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LeMieux National Grand Prix Championship

Olympia might have been cancelled and the news headlines get gloomier and more confusing by the day, but what a festive treat British Dressage organised for us at Hartpury. The LeMieux National Grand Prix Championship showcased fabulous riding and equine talent and gave dressage fans a perfect Christmas present despite the technical glitches with the livestreaming.

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Nexgen Young Horse Series – Day Two

The Coldstream sponsored Show Jumping finals of the Nexgen Young Horse Series took place on Wednesday 16th September and showcased some very exciting young British bred talent.

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Nexgen Young Horse Series – Day One

The brand new Nexgen young horse championships has been a fantastic addition to the British sport horse calendar this year. The series brings together young horses and ponies from all three Olympic disciplines to the final at Hickstead.

Sadly due to the pandemic restrictions, spectators were not allowed to attend, but there was excellent coverage on Clipmyhorse which allows subscribers to also go back and rewatch the competition and should provide an excellent shop window for breeders and producers.

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Liverpool International Horse Show 2019

The 2019 Theraplate UK Liverpool International Horse Show saw success for British bred horses in some of the flagship classes of the show.

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Burghley 2019

This year’s Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials was one of the most dramatic and challenging in recent years. There were thrills and spills but importantly for the sport every horse and rider got up and walked away. As a breeder, of course I am most fascinated by the pedigree make up behind the horses that excelled at the pinnacle of modern three day eventing.

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Badminton 2019 – Final analysis

Looking back over another excellent 4 days of competition there were a few eye catching performances that we have not yet looked at in detail. 

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Badminton 2019 – Cross Country

Cross Country day saw a tough course as to be expected at Badminton and from a breeding point of view the Irish Sport Horse rose to the top. Oliver Townend retained his overnight lead, although on his second placed dressage ride – Ballaghmor Class, son of the Holstein stallion Courage II.

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Badminton 2019 – Dressage

Only 11 British bred horses came forward to start the dressage phase of the 2019 Badminton Horse Trials. With last year’s victors Jonelle Price and Classic Moet not defending their title this year, we look at some of remaining British bred contenders who we hope can keep British breeding in the headlines.

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BD Nationals 2018 – Young Horse Classes

A class that always draws large crowds at the British Dressage National Championships is the Shearwater Young Horse Final, held over two days. The crowds are enticed partially by the opportunity to see one of the best young horse riders in the world (Eva Moller) try out the top 4 in each age group, and partially in the hope that they might spot a future champion from among the contenders. 

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World Equestrian Games – SJ Preview

The World Equestrian Games has certainly provided a lot of talking points on social media in the first week, and for the breeders among us there is a lot of interesting data to mull over after the dressage and eventing. But the show jumping is next on the horizon and there is some positive news for British breeding among the pre-entries.

There are 5 British bred entries, all of which are registered with the Anglo European Studbook. Two of those are on the British team, one for Ireland, one for Israel and one for Australia. Sadly the Irish entry EFS Top Contender did not make the trip to Tryon which is also a shame for his British based sire Lauriston.

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