What a Weekend!

Fernhill horses were out and about all over the globe at the weekend and some great results were achieved.
The new event on the English calendar “Wellington” in Hampshire managed to run despite the weather that caused the cancellation of many events.
Mary King won an intermediate section on an ex Fernhill In mate Cavalier Venture, he was double clear and Mary was delighted and is very excited about him for the future.
Fernhill Pimms made the long trip from Cheshire and won another of the Intermediate sections with Duarte Seabra on-board.
Fernhill Nearly Darc won a Pre-Novice with Chloe Newton posting another doube clear at this level.
Kate Honey placed 8th with Fernhill Now or Never in a hotly contested Open Intermediate section.
Mary king with Intermediate winner Cavalier Venture
Over in The States the Richland Park Horse Trials ran a class for just about every horse of every level and age!!
In the CIC*** Phillip Dutton rode three horses Supplied by Fernhill, Fernhill Eagle did a personal best in the Dressage Phase scoring 44 and finished in 4th Place overall. Mighty Nice was 6th and Atlas who took it easy xc finished 16th.
In the CIC** Alex Green was 10th on Fernhill Cubalawn.
Fernhill Stowaway was 7th in the Intermediate Riderhttp://www.evententries.com/ section with Jenny Caras.
We were delighted to see Fernhill Whatever with Valerie Vizcarrondo taking 3rd spot in the Open Prelim so early in their partnership.
Fernhill Cove now being partnered with Beth Perkins slotted into 7th place in an Open Intermediate section which I know will have pleased his owner and former rider Anie Eldridge.
Fernhill Fortitude placed 8th in the Prelim with Jenny Caras.
The ever improving baby Fernhill hustler was 5th in a training division with Julie richards onboard keeping him tuned for his owner/rider Lindsey Stone.
All in all a great weekend for Fernhill and our horses, keep it up guys!!
I am sure there are some horses I have missed from the above results and for that I apologise but please send me news if you know of any omissions.

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