If April sets the tone for the rest of the season, we will definitely be happy with that! There was plenty of potential on display, especially from the young horses.  

Freddie went eventing! 

I could not have asked for more from Double Time FW at Hazelton Manor and I’m thrilled that we have got his first event under the belt. He produced a wobbly but sweet dressage test for a score of 33, followed by a super bold clear show jumping round. It was a bit of a green start to his cross country, with everything rather new to him, but nevertheless he jumped clear, adding a few time penalties to finish 7th! It was great to feel his confidence and boldness grow as he progressed around the course and he finished like a total pro. 

This performance was particularly exciting as he is just turning 5 years old and is a Homebred, and a very special one at that! I love producing the young horses but being able to say I bred him too makes the journey even more exciting.


A great start for new ride, Clabbystown Invictus 

A trip to Calmsden BE with the young ones proved to be well worth the crazy early start! Clabbystown Invictus, owned by Ale Tafur, has taken a while to settle in, but everything felt like it was coming together. He was lying second after the dressage on an impressive score of 20! He then went on to jump two faultless and great jumping rounds to keep hold of his position and finish 2nd! 


A promising display from Tommy

My own stallion Chanuck Z also had his first run of the season at Calmsden. It wasn’t our best dressage test, he was a bit wobbly and I forgot to circle!! (The first time in YEARS for a -2). Despite this he delivered a score of 28, which was followed by super double clear to finish on his dressage score. He zoomed up the hills like a pro. Big Goals for him this year!


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