Some success stories of horses which have gone from the yard into other disciplines
Sucsessfully rehomed thanks to mark and Lindsey lee. Rita had the winter off to forget about racing and focus on becoming a riding horse and getting fat! She is now working away nicely under saddle and with her owners being very competitive in the show ring were expecting very big things from her in the years to come.
Owned by Hannah Watson for the past 7 years. He’s competed to a high level in all spheres,especially ROR classes.
Pioneer Boy and Shayla
Enjoying their new training
Sir Cycroid Hawk
2006 bay gelding –
A good sort who never got a chance to show what he capable of in racing, through niggling problems, shows he is going to be more than capable in his new home of eventing.
At his first event, he got middling dressage, one down in showjumping and clear cross country with a couple of time faults.
He is starting affiliated British Eventing in August at Frickely (Doncaster) and then Norton Disney (Lincolnshire) in September.
If all goes to plan he be coming up to Richmond, Aske, Northallerton etc.
Click here for more pictures …………Sir Cycroid Hawk
Sir Charlie Hutch
2005 chesnut gelding –
A strapping German bred by Spartacus failed to live up to expectations on the racecourse, but has taken well to his new life.
Going brilliantly and just started jumping, he won at first time out at the Charity Newmarket Show in the Thoroughbred ring and was 2nd and 4th in his first 2 dressage tests. He will go affiliated eventing next Spring. Well done to his new owner Hetty Stearn as he looks to have a big future in his new discipline.