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2019 Season Underway

Great to get the 2019 season underway at long last.  The snow has melted and the sun had been shining.  

Austin – One More Cooley – Swalcliffe

Team O’Connor trucked off to Aston Le Walls to start the season with a few gentle runs at the un-affiliated for some of the young guns.

Silver Don – the gorgeous 6-year-old graded Hanoverian stallion, finished 4th in the Pre-Novice (100) out of 35 entries.  A good dressage of 30.5 and a double jumping clear.

Cooley Admiral – WON his Intro (90) section finishing on his dressage score of 25

 

It was a busy Tweseldown with 6 rides for Austin across 3 days, and 5 out of the 6 finishing inside the top 10.

Money Talks – produced a good dressage of 31 and finished on that score to place 5th

Isazsa – went one better to finish 4th on this dressage score of 31.8

Silver Don – delivered the best dressage test and a double clear but in a more competitive section to finish 6th

Solsboro Sweetpea – jumped a double clear but ran steadily in the Novice to add 6.4 time to their 34.5 dressage and finished 7th

Lucky Contender – this little superstar finished 3rd in a very competitive OI section, full of 5* horses, adding 7.6 time to their 34.3 dressage

Colorado Blue – the only one to roll a pole which dropped him down to 20th after a 33.9 dressage and lovely steady cross-country clear.

In total the Attington team had 12 horses competing over the 3 days, with 10 in the top 6, 11 double clears and Georgina Herrling winning the BE100u18 on Falvaro!

Amy – Cooley Admiral – Swalcliffe

Onto Swalcliffe Park and another busy weekend for the younger horses.

Silver Don – delivered another sub-30 dressage to finish 8th in the BE100

CFS Dassett Decoy – finished 7th in the BE100 with Amy, finishing on their 33.8 dressage score.

Cooley Admiral – did his first big boys eventing party and jumped a super double clear, after he realised it was safe to trot his precious fancy toes through the mud.