The Horses
Saturday Boy

I bought Saturday as an unbroken 5 year old stallion and have produced him myself through the grades. 

He is now competing at Small Tour and we will be aiming at the Premier Leagues and Small Tour Championship for 2019. 

 

A really talented horse by Sandro Hit with a wonderful nature and a favourite of all who meet him ,

he continues to work towards Grand Prix at home.  I am very excited for the future with him!

Galanthus

Galanthus aka Winni is a huge big hearted mare by Olympic horse Giorgione and half sister to Saturday. 

Winni was predominately ridden by my daughter and trained to Advanced Medium.  Laura competed her successfully and took her to BYRDS High Performance Camp.  She has then had some time off and had some foals but now is back in work with Pip Etherington. 

Valdorama D

Valde came to me as a very green and slightly wild seven year old stallion.  I produced him and competed him to Small Tour with many successes along the way at the different levels,

qualifying for Regional and National Championships.  

 

He is now with a new owner Helen Dutton (fourth picture),

and I am proud to say they are now competing internationally.

Kick On Felix

Felix a wonderful PSG horse we competed in many Premier Leagues and Music Championships and then went on to compete Internationally at home and abroad at Small Tour level. 

He competed nationally at Grand Prix with many success along the way not least with his very special Freestyle to Music, with his super straight flying changes! 

 

Not only my Grand Prix horse, Felix later became my daughter’s young rider horse,

and a schoolmaster an confidence giver to young and old”.

Ballybrock

I bought ‘Badger’ originally as a family horse to hunt, but the dressage bug was never far away and I trained to Grand Prix.  His piaffe and passage were his highlight, as well as his spanish walk!

 

Badger had the biggest heart and trainability,  and he continued to hack, jump and be the most amazing schoolmaster to many long after his retirement from competition.

MCS Xanthos