Rockingham Castle International

Creeslough - OI - 4th                                Undalgo De windsor - Nov- 8th

Knights Escapade - Nov- 2nd                    About Time Too- Nov- 6th

CVS Indian Summer- Nov- 2nd

A good first day at Rockingham Castle, Danetime Panther had an outing, he did a fantastic dressage then was a little taken back by the atmosphere in the show jumping, he then stormed round the XC making it feel very easy, he had plenty to think about and took it all in his stride.

About Time Too did a lovely dressage to score 27, he had an unlucky pole but then flew round the XC to place 6th. Corinthian Clover went well, doing a lovely test although rather harsh marking which was a shame, a couple of unlucky poles for him but a foot perfect clear xc! Lastly CVS Indian Summer - has been feeling so well, she did her best test to date scoring 25, then a perfect double clear, going quick XC and finished 2nd! Could not have been happier with her! 

Sundays outing with Creeslough in the Open Intermediate - in contention to winning the £9,500 Lomes Watch kindly sponsored section. He did a great test of 32 in the top 5 after dressage, then a very unlucky pole in the SJ but the best round to date XC, going speedy across the XC clear, being just 6 seconds outside the time finishing 4th in a very competitive section.

Eyesnosebest was next out in the novice, she too did a consistent test, a lovely clear XC but took fright at fence four, after rather a lot of spooking beyond the fence and managed to get stuck on the fence! A tactical dismount saw both horse and rider unharmed but just rather irritated by a silly miss hap!
Undalgo De Windsor made his 2nd Novice feel like a pre novice - he did a great dressage and was leading on 26, then an unlucky pole in a very atmospheric arena followed by a classy clear XC inside the time to finish 8th!Lastly Knights Escapade, scoring 27 in the dressage and a perfect double clear and flying round the XC like a rocket, proving that even being tiny in size he can jump the biggest of fences - coming back well inside the time to finish 2nd!

Seriously cool ponies and owners this weekend!! Made the 3.30am start and 4am start well worth while.

Thank you to everyone for all their help over the last month and before - Especially Mummy Howe, Ellen Goodwin, Laura Simpson who i was lucky to have back from Uni for the weekend, Jo Jenkins and of course Ginny's Sister Rachael Sheppard - this could not be done with out all of your help!



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