GBPRE Show at Hartpury

We have just got back from Hartpury College with Judaico owned by Howard Guard and ridden by Lauren Bolton after attending the GBPRE show.

It was Judaico’s first attempt at showing and first time staying away at a very busy show.

 

On the Saturday he did us proud with a second place in the Novice Stallion/Gelding class.  The judge commented on how balanced and calm he was in the ring.  Then on the Sunday we were up against some very stiff competition in the PRE Stallion/Gelding class in the main arena with twenty horses in the class.  He behaved perfectly and performed a very nice individual show.  Unfortunately he did not place in the first six but overall we were delighted with the weekend and look forward to heading back next year to take part again.

 

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A new life for Duke

One of our pervious residents has gone to start his life at his new home a the blood bank in Buckinghamshire, with almost 400 other horses.  After sadly needing to retire from work with a back problem.

it is lovely to see so many happy horses in large herds enjoying life. And we wish duke a long and happy retirement.

Gold Coast

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A few lovely photos of Gold Coast, AKA  Giblet out training  at Bluegate Hall Dressage this weekend.

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Good luck to Sara with the continued progress and good luck for the upcoming shows.

New member of the team

We would like to welcome the newest member to the netherwylde team Ridzert and his owner Leanne
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Ridzert has had a busy two week since joining us with a trip out to the bluebell ride and a go on the water treadmill at Priory farm.

He has settled in well with his new neighbours.

Sirius Prospect

Congratulations to Emily Crossman  and Sirius Prospect for going from race horse to dressage  horse in just over a year, after a serious injury putting an end to his racing days.

Sirius has been on a long road to recovery to get him where he is now and with the determination of Emily and the Yarrow family with the support and hard work of the vets at the Royal Veterinary College and the staff of Netherwylde Equestrian. He is now making some fabulous progress in his training.

 

On their outing this weekend at Brawlings  farm the achieved  a  second in the prelim with 67.88% and a win in the novice with 68.4%

New Tractor

Thanks to Oliver land power for the great new tractor to help keep our surfaces in tip top condition.

A fantastic little tractor from TYM that is more than capable with any job on the yard. In the coming months it will be put to work topping and sweeping the paddocks.

check out the clip of it action in action.