Windurra Eventing Ready For Action at Bromont 2019

We’ve arrived safe and sound at one of my favorite events of the year, the Mars Bromont Three-Day Event in Quebec, Canada. This is always an epic event due to the fact it’s one of the toughest cross country challenges in North America, and this year is no exception. It looks like a real test for all levels and it should be an exciting competition.

This weekend I’m riding five top-class horses and they’re all in sizzling form:


Ray Price, owned by the Ray Price Syndicate, is having his 3rd run at this level. Slowly but surely he’s been improving and this course will suit him because he’s mostly Thoroughbred and will enjoy the galloping terrain. I think he’s in with a good chance.

On Cue, Chris Turner’s mare, is a fancy, flamboyant horse that looks to be really special. It’s her first attempt at this level but she’s been in great form this year.


Luke 140,  owned by the Luke 140 Syndicate, is probably the smallest horse in the field but the one with the biggest jump. I’ll probably go a little slow with him on Saturday as we’re still getting to know each other.

Barry, owned by myself, Kathleen Crompton and Nancy Hathaway, had a great run at Jersey Fresh until I missed a jump on cross country, so I’ll be looking for redemption and he should be competitive.


Fernhill Prezley is a new horse to me. Obviously bred by the esteemed Fernhill Horses in Ireland, he is owned by Nancy Hathaway and has been beautifully produced by Heidi White. My goal is to get him around safely since we are still getting to know each other.

Windurra has a number of horses here with Brad, Joe and Mike all riding in the U25 section and all the boys look like they’ve got their horses going well. Stay tuned for more updates throughout the weekend.


Great promo sign for the event! What a handsome and talented rider! 😀


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  1. Cynthia M Lawler says:

    Looking forward to seeing all the riders and horses from Windurra go!

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