A Busy, but Successful couple of Weeks
It’s been a while since my last post, due to how extremely busy we have been here at Brook Farm it's difficult to find time to sit down and reflect on what we've achieved, but here goes...
I have to say the biggest of thank you to my incredible team, they have worked so so hard and keep on doing so to keep me on the road, I LOVE you all.
As Eventing goes we’ve had some highs and lows but have picked up lots of placings and a few WINS in the last two weeks...
First up was ASTON LE WALLS (1) EMOTION was a WINNER, she's now posted 2 wins from two starts ⭐️⭐️ CURLY GIRL was double clear to claim 4th place.
on to ASTON LE WALLS (2), it was a very busy couple of days with 10 entered. but sadly due to lorry issues only 7 got to run but they all finished in the rosettes...
E WARRANTSON was double clear claiming 8th place in the Intermediate MR SNEEZY was double clear in the Intermediate and would have been placed but was running HC GLOBALl H posted another WIN finishing on his dressage score of 20 in the Novice HAKUNA MATATA was double clear and 6th in his first Novice PENGRAHEN double clear claiming 3rd in the BE100 CURLY GIRL jumped another double clear finishing in 4th place again RLE CHLOE double clear claiming 2nd place in the process GILADRO completed our Aston le Walls adventure jumping double clear to finish in 3rd place.
Next stop was CHATSWORTH INTERNATIONAL where I had FINDUSS PFB and MR SNEEZY in the CIC3* FINDUSS PFG who is still only 8 years old stormed round his first CIC3* performaing a top ten dressage, had a few green moments in the show jumping and jumped beutifully clear (with a few time faults) round a decent 3* cross country track (Louis has so much potentially, and I'm excited for his future).
MR SNEEZY also delivered a top ten dressage, rolled a pole in the show jumping and was cruising around the cross country making it feel very easy until we had a misunderstanding a few fences from home. Both myself and Sneezy are fine and he will back to fight another day.
The final stop on the ten days of competition in two weeks was MOUNT BALLAN nad it was a WIN for HAKUNA MATATA in only his second Novice finish on his dressage score of 25. Close behind was REHY MELODY with a double clear to finish in 2nd place. GLOBAL H thought he was a stallion in the dressage but jumped another double clear to finish 5th 💕
EMOTION was double clear with a couple of time faults to finish in 10th BE100.
HAPPINESS DHI scored a 25.5 in BE100 with a couple of poles in the show jumping but jumped clear round the cross country.
CASHMANS DIAMOND jumped double clear in the BE100 for 11th place.
and RLE CHLOE had one down in the show jumping but jumped clear cross country.
It's been a lot to fit into only 10 days, but it's only possible due to the AWESOME team I have working for me and the AMAZING Owners that I ride for, not forgetting the all the support I receive from some GREAT sponsors. THANK YOU xx
This weekend we head to ROCKINGHAM INTERNATIONAL, with six horses entered from Novice to CIC2* and a further three horses entered for the Dubarry BYEH...
Until next time, take care