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Fan Club Update: Cross Country Clinic with Ian Stark

Greetings Fan Club Members! We were lucky to have the cross country advisor for the USEF, Ian Stark, on the grounds at Windurra USA this past month. During the clinic Boyd schooled a variety of the horses in his competition string; some will look familiar to you, and there's a few new faces as well. Read more...

Cross Country Schooling with Ian Stark

Swan Lake Jumper Show

Yesterday I went to the Swan Lake jumper show in Western Pennsylvania with Santos, Eddie, Shamwari and Kyra and competed the horses in the 1.20m and the 1.30m jumpers. Santos - I thought he jumped really well in the 1.20. I made a mistake with my position coming out of the last combination and we had the back rail down because I sat up too early. This phase is Santos weaker phase, and I believe we are making good progress.  I feel like he is getting stronger and more careful; the Bromont Three-Day Read more...

Tsetserleg 7th after Cross Country at the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky CCI4*

Tsetserleg, owned by Christine Turner ran clear around his first four-star cross country course and added just two time penalties to his dressage score for a total of 33.2, to currently stand in seventh place at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event. Video of his round is available on the USEF Network: https://broadcast.usef.org/coverage/2018LRK3DE/ (You can sign up for a free Fan Membership for access). [RESULTS]       Steady Eddie, owned by George and Gretchen Read more...

Friday at the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event: Steady Eddie

In the second day of dressage at the 2018 Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event, Boyd and Steady Eddie, owned by George and Gretchen Wintersteen, Denise Lahey and Pierre Colin, scored scored 38.8 and are in a three-way tie for 32nd place at the end of the day. Tsetserleg owned by Christine Turner, was nudged out of his second place standing with a few dynamite performances in the top tier of the competition but he is holding on to a tie for sixth place on 31.2 in his very first four-star competition. This Read more...

2018 Carolina International

After three fantastic months in the Southern states it’s good to be finally back in my own bed, snuggling up to my cats Manny and Kostya. We arrived last night and while it's great to be home, this winter at Stable View was one of the best years we have spent in Aiken! Over the weekend we competed at the Carolina International. I only had two horses competing in the advanced, Long Island T and Ray Price, and I had Cortez in the one-star; I’ve only been on Cortez a couple weeks Read more...

2018 Carolina International Three-Day Event Underway

We have arrived at the Carolina International Three-Day Event in Southern Pines, NC in good order. Without question this is one of the great events of the winter circuit. I have a small group of horses entered which should make for quite a relaxing weekend. I have brought some of the Kentucky horses along for the trip to train, and to stop me getting too bored! We are slowly migrating north back to Pennsylvania.  Looking at the weather report this morning, I am glad I chose to stop Read more...

2018 Red Hills CIC

Here is a selection of videos and coverage from our first CIC of the year at the 2018 Red Hills International in Tallahassee, Florida:   https://youtu.be/B4KyP_0NDf8 https://youtu.be/IF7cqwkWUls https://youtu.be/yCGTQamZpPI https://youtu.be/MT_I97xPk-A   [ChronofHorse.com] [EventingNation.com] [RESULTS] Read more...

New Sales Horse – O Bea Brave !

NAME: O BEA BRAVE SEX: MARE COLOUR: BAY HEIGHT: 17h DATE OF BIRTH: 2011 BREED: THOROUGHBRED SIRE/DAM:   ANGLIANA out of SHESALITTLEDANDY OWNERS: AYSE VRIELINK USEA RESULTS Bea has been ridden by a professional (mainly dressage and a bit of jumping) for the past year before coming to Windurra in February 2018 to be trained under Boyd.  Bea is a beautiful big mare with upper level potential and tons of scope.   She is sweet, calm, smart and brave with tons of charisma. Bea Read more...

Windurra Young Event Horses Compete at Stable View Dressage

Today was the first official recognized dressage show at Stable View Farm in Aiken. I was busy working the Advanced and Intermediate Horses with US Team coach Erik Duvander, so my right hand man Mike Pendleton rode four of the young event horses in the Training and First level dressage classes. Looking at the results, I see that young Mike did a stellar job with the horses. The two Irish Sport Horses, Classic and Carl, won their tests, and the two new German horses, LuLu and Monty, made their Read more...
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