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Sales Horse Spotlight on Espri Fidele!

Espri Fidele (Embassy III X Gajus) was imported from Germany in 2016 as a six year old and has been in professional training ever since. His bloodlines include Escudo I, Espri, and Calypso II. He is a super careful show jumper with perfect technique over fences and can score in the 20s in dressage. Upon his move up to training level this past season in Aiken (with Mike Pendleton in the irons) he placed 2nd at Pine Top and has had multiple other top results. He just moved up to Prelim in August of 2018. Read more...

Millbrook Horse Trials 2018

https://youtu.be/8RrBm5C9gbM Eventing Nation Live Updates from XC [RESULTS]   Read more...

Saturday at Millbrook

With torrential rain falling through the night the organizers of Millbrook Horse Trials altered the schedule and will run the Intermediate and Advanced cross country tomorrow after show jumping. The show jumping will start at 8am with Intermediate followed by Advanced, then Intermediate cross country will start at 10am  followed by Advanced at noon. Hospitality events have also changed and the charity luncheon will begin at 12:30 pm in the big tent on the hill; only cold beverages will be offered Read more...

Millbrook Horse Trials

We had record rainfall here at Millbrook Horse Trials this afternoon, and things are looking pretty wet and muddy. It's a very pretty cross country course and Mike and I are looking forward to giving the horses a run around tomorrow as long as the footing holds up - hopefully the rain is finished for the night. In all likelihood we will run them all but take things slowly. It was a successful couple of days of dressage to get the event started, with Long Island T holding on to the lead in Read more...

Baby Leo is One Week Old Today

Leo was born a week ago today and is doing well. It's been a rough week with ups and downs but the past few days have been good. He's still under the billirubin lights, which are to prevent jaundice, though his counts are much better. He's also still on a breathing tube, which is unfortunate because he really doesn't like it. He already had a blood transfusion and an IVIG transfusion, (which is what I've been getting throughout the pregnancy). They don't expect him to have any long term problems Read more...

Jumping the Big Jumps at the Kentucky Summer Classic

Featured Video Play IconWith a hectic week, I managed to sneak off to Kentucky with Ray, Ludwig, Thomas and Eddie to the Kentucky Summer Classic Jumping Show at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. It was great jumping under pressure around the 1.20m and 1.30m, against the straight jumpers. All the boys jumped well and are improving as we gear up towards the second half of the year. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=de8MzIGQ6YA http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qso439Ucf1E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Icv3d9YXjJ8 https://youtu.be/57kjHi077xE Read more...

New Farm Use Rates at Windurra USA!

  WELCOME TO WINDURRA USA! The new gallop track is open for use, and with that we want to publish our new facility use rates.  You will see signs up around the farm to help guide you. Cross Country Schooling Fee - $60 Showjumping Arena Usage Fee - $40 $25 after 4pm and all day Sundays (appointment only - text Boyd 610 806 2381) Gallop Track Usage Fee - $40 Dressage Ring Usage Fee - $25 - by appointment only - text Silva 610 806 2721 Silva and Boyd lessons Read more...

2018 Maryland Horse Trials at Loch Moy Farm

Featured Video Play IconBoyd rode several horses at The Maryland Horse Trials this weekend, giving a few of the upper level horses, including his Land Rover U.S. Eventing Team horse for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, Christine Turner's Tsetserleg, an easy run around the CIC2*. Several teammates also gave their horses a canter around this weekend including Lauren Kieffer with Vermiculus, Lynn Symansky with Donner and Marilyn Little with RF Scandalous. Boyd won the Open Intermediate riding Ray Price, with On Cue Read more...

Cross Country Schooling with Ian Stark

Making the WEG Team is Just the Beginning

First and foremost I would like to say how proud and honored I am to have been selected to represent the USA at this year’s World Equestrian Games with Christine Turner's Tsetserleg. In my eight years representing the USA, this was by far the hardest team to get on. Compared to other countries America has a lot of depth, and we have a strong contingent waiting to step up if a team horse is sidelined. In my opinion the selectors had a tough job this year choosing from such a vast pool of talent. Chris Read more...
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