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zaterdag, februari 10

AES Sports Results Round Up

It's been a strong start to the month for AES horses, riders and breeders on the international stage. 

Here are some highlights:

Billy Ginger and Steven Franks have been having a great time in Valencia this year. Today, the pair came second in the 1.30m class. 

This year's Young Horse Classes at Valencia were dominated by AES horses, giving a great indication of things to come in the future:

Hello Franklin, previously known as Jalisco, and Scott Brash came second in the 7yo young horse classes on Thursday and Wednesday. This son of Billy Mexico was bred by Amanda McGlynn. 

Icarus bred by Castell Sport Horses and ridden by Aled Harding won the 5-year-old class on Tuesday.

Warriors Boy O.L., bred by P. Sultan, won the 7yo class on Tuesday with his rider Mark Armstrong.

A particular highlight for AES horses was the 6yo class, which saw three of them in top position: Kaomi, bred by Peter Lamb and ridden by Ashley Ray, Oakingham Titan, bred at Oakingham Farm and ridden by Patrick Joyce, and Phoebe, bred by Peter Lamb and ridden by Shane O'Reilly.

Elsewhere in Europe, another great result for a talented young AES horse came for Flipper la Premiere, bred by Claudia Prior, who came 3rd in the 7&8 yo class at Villach with her rider Janne Friederike Mayer-Zimmermann and for Golden Future MM who was previously known as Kwick v.d. Prinsenhoeve and bred by Karen Jacobs won the 7&8yo class at Offenburg with Werner Muff. 

Today, Mevisto's Bonaparte and Felix Koller won the CSI1* at Kreuth. Bonaparte is by Carolus II out of an Aram x Notaris mare and was bred by Stal Seignette.

The biggest win of the month so far came from Lizziemary, bred by Mike Dawson, who came 4th at Wellington with her rider Danielle Goldstein, winning a whopping €17,715.

Congratulations to everyone!

 


Tagged horses: BILLY GINGER BONAPARTE FLIPPER LA PREMIÈRE ICARUS JALISCO KAOMI KWICK V/D PRINSENHOEVE LIZZIEMARY OAKINGHAM TITAN PHOEBE WARRIORS BOY O.L.


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