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%
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.
Well done to our livery Lara Aka and her horse Dutch Courage. A great start to the year after not being out in months winning her class at Quainton Stud yesterday in the elementary with 64.68%
Well done to Samantha Jones and her horse Genevieve III (Genny) with recent success in the show ring at the Horse and Pony Exhibitors Malvern Festival at the Three Counties Showground, Worcestershire. It was run alongside the Midland Arabian Group Summer show. Genny was first in both the in hand and riding horse/hack class, third in the Thoroughbred class and Champion in the morning ring of classes .She qualified for the TARRA (Thoroughbred and Retrained Racehorses Association)
Well done to Norbert Marciniec on competing his horse Radza at Bluegate Hall Dressage on Saturday, gaining a 67.41% at Elementary 43 and 68.03% at Elementary 57 coming 2nd and 3rd.
Well done to Naomi Inwald with her 16hh Swedish warmblood Lilliehammer, In coming third in the Pet Plan Regionals at Bury Farm in the open advanced medium 92.
Kat and Charles had a fun day at Holkham beach in Norfolk. with owner Charlotte West and our head groom Anna Pretorius.
Congratulations to Sam for getting into the Horse and Hound.
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%
well done to them both.
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