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Captain Mark Phillips To Build At Exciting New Three-Leg Eventing Grand Prix Series

on May 5, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Captain Mark Phillips To Build At Exciting New Three-Leg Eventing Grand Prix Series

  Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company Images by Lucy Hall Photography – All Rights Reserved and are subject to Copyright   One of the worlds leading cross- country course designers,  Captain Mark Phillips, has been confirmed to build at a new three-leg Eventing Grand Prix series. Notable for course-designing at Burghley Horse Trials for the last 13 years, Captain Mark Phillips will be responsible for the course at this year’s Cazenove Capital Eventing Grand Prix held at the Equerry Bolesworth International...

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Bill Levett Climbs the Leaderboard After A Super Cross Country Round

on May 4, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Bill Levett Climbs the Leaderboard After A Super Cross Country Round

Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company Main Image by Lucy Hall Photography – all rights reserved and are subject to copyright Bill has had 20 runs at 5 star level and has completed 4 out of 6 runs at Badminton and today he added another run to his accolade. Not only did he complete on a horse who has never ran at a 5 star until today but he climbed up the leaderboard from 29th to 9th place! Yesterday Bill wondered if Lassban Diamond Lift would answer the questions of a five star and he certainly has done that. he looked super...

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Tom Rowland Goes Clear Cross Country With Possible Mission

on May 4, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Tom Rowland Goes Clear Cross Country With Possible Mission

Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company  Images by Lucy Hall Photography – all rights reserved and are subject to copyright Tom Rowland put in a great performance for Possible Mission and his debut at Badminton. This is Possible Missions second ever five star test and they certainly did not disappoint. They looked great across the course and rode some of the combinations beautifully. Possible Mission was rather bold at times and Tom managed to contain this conjuring a clear round across the country though a circle at the Mirage...

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Andrew Nicholson and Swallow Springs Sitting Pretty in 4th Place After XC Badminton 2019

on May 4, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Andrew Nicholson and Swallow Springs Sitting Pretty in 4th Place After XC Badminton 2019

Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company Main Image by Lucy Hall Photography – all rights reserved and are subject to copyright Heading out on the cross country course Andrew has had 73 five star runs since 2008 and averages 1.8 time penalties when he goes clear so it was no surprise to see him add another 5 star run to his accolade. This was Swallow Springs second ever 5 star event after finishing 3rd at Burghley. Andrew Certainly set off with purpose out of that start box and was not hanging around. As Expected Andrew used...

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‘How do you tie a stock?’ – Topstocks reveal all!!

on May 4, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

‘How do you tie a stock?’ – Topstocks reveal all!!

This is definetely the most common question I get asked at shows, followed by -‘I just can’t tie a stock!’, ‘Do you sell ready tied ones?’, ‘Can you tie my stock please?’ All of which I am perfectly happy to answer/discuss and help tie (often nervous) competitors’ stocks. There does seem to be genuine fear and confusion regarding So maybe a quick historical explanation of why we should wear a stock. Traditionally these were found on the hunting field, tied very firmly and were thought of as a...

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What lies ahead for the Badminton Riders on the Cross Country now Dressage is complete.

on May 3, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

What lies ahead for the Badminton Riders on the Cross Country now Dressage is complete.

Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company   With dressage complete the top ten riders are :   Avg % Pens Diff Marks % Marks % Marks % 1 OLIVER TOWNEND 9CILLNABRADDEN EVO 80.26 19.7 206.0 79.23 213.0 81.92 207.0 79.62 2 OLIVER TOWNEND 97BALLAGHMOR CLASS 78.91 21.1 +1.4 210.0 80.77 211.5 81.35 194.0 74.62 3 TOM MCEWEN 42TOLEDO DE KERSER 75.26 24.7 +5.0 196.0 75.38 199.0 76.54 192.0 73.85 4 PIGGY FRENCH 32VANIR KAMIRA 74.04 26.0 +6.3 188.5 72.50 196.5 75.58 192.5 74.04 5 PIPPA FUNNELL 107BILLY WALK ON 73.53 26.5 +6.8 188.5 72.50...

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Tom Rowland and Possible Mission make their Badminton Debut in the Dressage

on May 3, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Tom Rowland and Possible Mission make their Badminton Debut in the Dressage

Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company Images by Lucy Hall Photography – All rights Reserved and are subject to Copyright First Timers here at Badminton : Tom Rowland and Possible Mission put in a lovely test here on their Badminton Debut. Tom  Rowland and Possible Mission had a successful 5* run at Burghley Horse Trials at the back end of 2018 and have just put in a very reasonable dressage performance scoring 33.9 and will lie 34th going into the cross country tomorrow. Tom is eligible for the Cotswold Life Trophy –...

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Bill Levett and Lassban Diamond Lift complete their Dressage for their Badminton debut

on May 3, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Bill Levett and Lassban Diamond Lift complete their Dressage for their Badminton debut

  Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company  Images by Lucy Hall Photography -all rights reserved and are subject to Copyright   Bill Levett really is just a pleasure to follow. His dressage didn’t go as good as he liked but they still managed a respectable 31.9 even with the two flying changes not as crisp as they could be. We caught up with him and got his thoughts on his dressage test as well as the task in hand of the cross country that takes place tomorrow. Bill you have just completed your dressage test talk me...

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Andrew Nicholson and Swallow Springs dance through the Dressage

on May 3, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Andrew Nicholson and Swallow Springs dance through the Dressage

Article sponsored by Le Jabot and Stock Company Images by Lucy Hall Photography all rights reserved and are subject to copyright Andrew Nicholson and Swallow springs complete their dressage and finish with a reasonable  score of 27.8 . This is Swallow Springs first Badminton so we caught up with them to find out how it went. How do feel your dressage went? I thought it was very good, he gets better all the time. He is quite a sensitive horse but he knows in the arena to do his job. He feels stronger than he did last year and he felt very calm...

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Anyone Can Whistle – The ex racehorse who has turned his hoof to most things!

on May 3, 2019 in Articles | 0 comments

Anyone Can Whistle – The ex racehorse who has turned his hoof to most things!

In 2012, my husband Martin & I got married & decided to extend our fur family by getting a horse to share together. We went looking for a middle weight hunter type but spotted the exact opposite on a For Sale Website & couldn’t resist having a look. Zippy (aka Anyone Can Whistle) was advertised as a 17hh (actually only 16.1hh at the time) 9 year old Chestnut Ex Racehorse Gelding & he soon became part of our family. After a short racing career of 10 races, as he wasn’t quick enough, Zippy ended up getting passed through a...

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