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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...

Boyd Schooling in his new Airowear Cross Country Vest

Boyd was excited to receive his new Airowear cross-country body protector today, and wasted no time in taking it for a test ride in the ring at Windurra. Danielle Santos of Charles Owen explained the key differences that set the next generation of Airowear body protection apart: “The biggest difference is that it is detachable: the body protector and air jacket are anchored together by the interior front zip. The foundation body protector is our AirMesh2 –  a black mesh body protector, Read more...

Windurra Cross Country Course is OPEN

We are pleased to announce that the Windurra schooling cross country course built by ETB Equine Construction is officially OPEN! Shake off those winter doldrums, dust off your galloping boots and come on out for some cross country fun. Schooling Fee: $60/horse. There’s a mailbox under the big tree on the main driveway which has waivers that need to be signed for each rider. Please deposit your check here before getting on your horse.  Payment is expected on the day, no excuses! All riders Read more...

Badminton CCI4* Post Cross Country Update

Boyd and Crackerjack had a fall today at Vicarage Vee, one of the most notorious fences on the cross-country course at one of the world's most difficult three-day events, the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials CCI4* in Gloucestershire, England.  After getting Crackers settled in back at the stables, Boyd had a few moments to reflect on his ride today, and relay his plans for Crackers over the next few weeks: Crackerjack was giving me a fantastic round at Badminton today. I felt like Read more...

Both Horses Clear Cross-Country at Rolex Kentucky 2015

  Crackers felt good today, he's green and the ground was a bit tiring but he jumped beautifully. I wanted to get him home safe and sound so he had a fair few time penalties but he jumped clear and is now officially a four-star horse, which is great! He also moved up considerably, from 45th after dressage to 25th after cross-country.   The ground had deteriorated considerably through the day, and I wanted to have a crack at the time with Master Frisky but we were three Read more...
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