Cavalor selected by world-class breeding farm
Veredus sponsored eventers were victorious in the CIC*** at Burnham Market (13 April) – taking three of the top five spots.
Oliver Townend claimed the honours riding Cooley Master Class, while Andrew Nicholson took third on Byrnesgrove First Diamond and Nicola Wilson fourth on Annie Clover.
All three riders are Veredus ambassadors using the brand’s extensive range of horse boots that combine ultimate protection and performance.
It was an Equipe takeover at Belton Park International Horse Trials (31 March – 2 April), with six out of the 14 classes all won by riders using the Italian saddle brand.
Equipe ambassadors supported this impressive statistic with three riders taking the top classes.
Paul Sims won the Advanced section riding Glengarnock, while Izzy Taylor rode Kbis Starburst to victory in the CIC3* and Sam Ecroyd claiming the CIC2* on ArcoBB.
Congratulations to all!
Despite bringing her younger horses to the British Dressage Winter Championships at Hartpury College (12-16 April), Charlotte Dujardin still took home three first places and a second.
The Equipe, Sprenger, Fleck and Konigs ambassador kicked things off on day two with a win in the Elementary Gold Championship class riding Mount St John VIP. Their score of 76.61% was 7% ahead of their nearest rivals. Day four saw Charlotte take first and second place in the Advanced Medium Gold Championship riding Florentina VI and En Vogue respectively before rounding off the championships with another win in the Medium Gold riding Brioso II, a horse she co-owns with Carl Hester.
Despite Valegro’s retirement, it’s clear Charlotte has some really promising youngsters coming through and the future looks bright. Huge congratulations from us all at Zebra!