Here’s the latest report on how our profile riders are performing at shows from all around the world!
Amy Inglis has been at the European Championships in Fontainsbleau, France. This was Amy’s third time representing team GB. It was also the second consecutive year they have won team gold! Amy was riding her 11yr old gelding Nils D”Hurlvent who is bred by the famous stallion Quickstar. Nils was bred in France and his breeder turned up to watch him compete. Amy was pathfinder for the team, and they won the competition by 2 fences. We’re extremely proud of you Amy, Well done!
Angel Bailo Alonso de la Florida Angel’s main horse, Lemax has been out of action for the last three months due to an injury acquired at the Spanish Championships. But last week he was back at his first show -the national show in Gijon- jumping 1.30 and then his his first grand prix at 1.45m. He then finished third in a class with 70 horses, proving thathe is now back and fighting fit. Angel is now on to the Spanish CSIO5* in Gijon. “I think i trained well enough in the two preparatory Nationals to do well in this International, and I’m really looking forward to it!” he told us.
Mike Patrick Leichle was in Dobrocl, Germany recently and the horses that performed amazingly well: Clausewitz was placed in the first qualifier for the GP (no. 5), RPM Canturado was 5th in the second qualifier and third in the GP – double clear in the GP and jump off, Long Island Ice Tea was placed three times in 1.35m and 1.40m classes. Now Mike and the team are going to a small show around the area and then Clausewitz and Canturado are leaving for CSI***** Donetsk / Donbass Tour.
Emil Flam has recently been in Denmark at some local shows with two new 5-year old horses. They made good impressions and he’s looking forward to the indoor season and further development with them. He has now headed for Aachen to compete in the World University Equestrian Championship
Ellen Fabrot has been training all her young horses and was recently at a show near her home where all the horses was placed in all the classes. In total they bagged 5 victories, 3 second places, 2 third places, 3 fourth places and 1 fifth place. In the same weekend her student Malene and her Pony Jorik, won their debut in FEI-test compeeting against the best ponies in denmark.
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