SANDFONTEIN C continues his amazing progress with his first affiliated shows. With a 77.4% at novice 23 and 70.5% in novice 39 at keysoe on the 1st July. then again at Bluegate Hall on the 4th July with a 70.86% in novice 39.
then moving to the to the inter county at keysoe on the 12th July Samantha Kent and Sandfontein c won the novice with scores of 77% and 75%
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Charles (The Candy Man) and Kat (Longwood Alley Diamond) owned by Charlotte West, have started their 2015 affiliated eventing season well.
With Bruce Haskell, New Zealand 4* rider, and Netherwylde trainer, they have been to two affiliated events so far, at Aston Le Walls and Swalcliffe Park.
Both horses have started at BE90 (intro level) and have both jumped clear cross country both times, and Charles has also jumped two lovely clear show jumping rounds. Kat has also continued to be very strong in dressage
Congratulations to Samantha Kent and Lauren Parrott who both competed at patchetts on the 15th march, Sam scoring 65.41% on sanfontein C and Lauren scoring 63.5% on Judaico and qualifying for the Chiltern and Thames finals at bury farm.
Well done to Samantha Kent and Sandfontein C who went out this weekend to Bury Farm. Scoring 67.7% and coming 3rd in Novice 24 on his third competition, He scored a nine and two eights alongside some lower marks for his spooking, this just shows his greenness at this stage.
Ollie’s first outing of the year was on Valentine’s Day – the Albion Medium Restricted Winter Regional Championship class at Addington Manor EC. A very good fourth place with 65.63% in a relatively large class (the only one being held outside). Good enough for Hartpury?…
Happy New Year to you all – clients, riders, owners and trainers. And of course to all our lovely horses!
Team Netherwylde was off to a flying start with two wins at Bury Farm, defying heavy fog and cold on Sunday 4 January. Samantha Kent and Norbert Marciniec, a Netherwylde employee, both competed in the Novice 38. Sam and Sandfontein C gained 69% and won not only their section (B) but came first overall while Norbert and Radza won section A with over 65% (they came 4th overall). Well done everyone – time to affiliate and get serious.