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A Great Week for AES Horses at the NAF Five Star Winter Championships

AES horses had a fabulous week at the BD Winter Nationals this week. It is a great pleasure to bring you a few of the highlights:

On the first day of the championships, we celebrated a fantastic win for Andrew Gould with his up-and-coming talent, the AES graded stallion Genie I (Zhivago x Sandro Hit), in the Magic Prix St Georges Gold Winter Championship. The stallion, who was bred in Holland by S. van Dellen and is owned by Tatiana Skillman, was presented for grading last year, and it has been a great pleasure to see him going from strength to strength. 

Jezz Palmer and Tiny Dancer, a six-year-old Uthopia x T Movistar mare owned and bred by Anni MacDonald-Hall, achieved an excellent second place in the Baileys Horse Feeds Novice Freestyle Gold Championship.

In the Equi-Trek Elementary Silver Winter Championship it was lovely to see some old favourites with Lauren Williams competing the AES graded Vancouver LG (Connaisseur x Montechristo) who was bred by G H Zanten. The combination secured second place in a very strong class. 

The second day of the competition saw Angela Gladding in third place on her own bred Parisienne Jupiter by Johnson in the Petplan Equine Intermediate I Bronze Area Festival Championship

Andrew Gould and Genie continued their extremely exciting season and came second in the Magic Prix St Georges Freestyle Gold Championship

The penultimate day of the championships saw lovely results for Luis Vilhena with the recently AES graded stallion Loves Black STH, “Malegro” to his friends, who won the KBIS Prelim Silver class. The pair also came third in the Prestige Italia Novice Silver

The last day saw again some lovely results for AES bred horses. A big well done to Kate Smith who came third in the Nupafeed Advanced Medium Freestyle Gold with her own bred Last Love (by Last Minute out of a Warkant mare).

The British Dressage Medium Gold class was won by Amy Woodhead on Anne Seifert-Cohn’s AES graded Ivan Carlos (Ampere x Jazz).

To finish off a great week, in the Petplan Equine Advanced Medium Bronze Annabel Abell rode to victory with Sheepcote Lets Go (Lord Loxley x Rubinstein), bred at Sheepcote Equestrian Services. 

Congratulations to all the breeders, riders and owner on a fantastic BD Winter Championships. 


Tagged horses: GENIE IVAN CARLOS LAST LOVE LOVES BLACK STH PARISIENNE JUPITER SHEEPCOTE LETS GO TINY DANCER (E.T) VANCOUVER LG (HUMPREY VAN DE UILENHOEK)


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