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Hey y’all! I’ve been at my aunt’s all weekend and I’ve had so much fun with Sprinkles. On Saturday I had a lesson with Carol Court. On Sunday I drove Sprinkles and today I rode her and focused on trotting. She was such a princess 💖
Malibu had hops today over 3’ | I am the rider I am today thanks to my amazing trainer Sandy Marks. I can’t see myself with anyone else. She has allowed me to continue to grow with the amazing training and opportunities she has provided. She has allowed me to ride her amazing boy that continues to surprise me everyday that he’s still game at almost 22 to step up and show me what he can do. My riding skills are all thanks to Sandy
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New Zealand’s top offshore based eventers are on the card for the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials – the world’s premier three day event. Leading the charge is the defending champ, Jonelle Price aboard Classic Moet (pictured). She is joined by husband Tim who has three on the card in Ringwood Sky Boy, Bango and Xavier Faer. Sir Mark Todd has entered NZB Campino, Andrew Nicholson has Swallow Springs, Caroline Powell is in aboard On The Brash, Jesse Campbell has Cleveland and Ginny Thompson on Star Nouveau.
Organisers are calling it a stellar entry list, citing Jonelle alongside three of the four-strong British team gold medal winners from the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games – missing from the team is world champ Ros Canter who is due to have her first baby this summer. Also in the field are seven previous winners including three Kiwis – Mark, Andrew and Jonelle; along with Sam Griffiths (Aus), three from Great Britain – Pippa Funnell, William Fox-Pitt and Oliver Townend – all of whom have multiple rides. But the strength of entry doesn’t stop there with the silver and bronze individual medallists from WEG Padraig McCarthy (Ire) and Ingrid Klimke (Ger) also entered. Ingrid has twice been second at Badminton so will surely be chasing that illusive crown with vigour.
There were 114 entries for the 2019 event, with 24 on the waiting list. Competitors are only allowed to compete on two horses and must make their choices before the first horse inspection on Wednesday, 1 May.
The draw for starting order will be live streamed on Facebook on April 15.