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A 16.1 hh 2007 brown mare. Doonaveeragh Emma is a Grade A International Show Jumper with actual winnings of over £5,500 and 3,000 BS points. She is consistently placed in 1.35 and 1.40 classes. In 2019 she has been consistently placed in CSI2* 1.35 classes and clear in 1.40 classes. In 2018 she ws consistently placed in CSI2* 1.40 classes and contested a few ranking classes. She was 6th in the National 1.30 final in Stonleigh in August. Doonaveeragh Emma started 2017 being consistently placed in 1.40 Grand Prix Classes and 1.35 Classes at CSI* level, and continued her good form, jumping her first 1.45 classes, jumping the 1.50 Grand Prix at the All England Jumping Championships, placing 4th in the CSI1* Grand Prix in Jardy and achieving her first CSI2* placings. Doonaveeragh Emma finished 2017 by jumping her first 1.45 World Ranking Class and gaining her first World Ranking Points in the CSI2* Grand Prix at Keysoe. In 2016 she was placed 9 times in 1.35 and 1.40 classes at the CSI3* Sunshine Tour in Spain, being 4th in a 1.40 Grand Prix, and placed in two other Grand Prix. She was 8th in the 1.35 Grand Prix at CSI1* Hardelot, and has been placed consistently in 1.35 classes nationally all summer. In 2015 she jumped at the CSI3* Sunshine Tour being placed in both 1.35 and 1.40 classes. She has regularly contested CSI1* Grand Prix at both 1.40 and 1.35, and jumped 1.40 classes in the main ring at Hickstead at the AEJC in both 2015 and 2016. In 2014 she was placed in CS1* 1.30 classes and jumped CSI1* Grand Prix's in Hardelot, Lummen and Auvers.
She is exceptionally careful and bold and a has very good technique.
Kvint is a 2010 bay gelding bred in the Ukraine by Kanvas, a son of Clinton. He has been in the UK since January 2017 and has now achieved international placings at CSI1* and CSI2* level. In 2019 he has been placed in 8 CSI2* 1.35 classes and will soon step up to 1.40 classes. Kvint is careful, easy and scopey. Although Kvint is about 17.1hh he is a very easy ride and quick and efficient in his jump. I have had the ride on him since the beginning of June 2017.
Askeaton II is a 2013 mare by Golden Hawk out of a Good Times mare. Bred by Breen Equestrian, she was broken in December 2017 and rapidly progressed to jumping 1.10’s and 5 year old classes. She contested her first international show at Bonheiden at the end of September. where she jumped brilliantly. In 2019 she has stepped up to CSIYH1* Six Year Old classes being consistently placed in these classes. She has fabulous paces and is a careful and impressive jumper with loads of scope. She is proving great fun and an absolute pleasure to produce.
Hurricane Heidi is a 2014 chestnut mare by Typhoon S out of Tiandra (By Heartbreaker). Both her parents were jumped successfully up to 1.50 level by Max Routledge who bred her. Heidi was broken at the end of August 2017 and has been with us since the beginning of October 2017. She isn't very big, but she is an exceptional mover, and very bold, scopey and careful jumper, so I am really excited about her future. Heidi spent most of 2018 growing and relaxing in the field, but in 2019 she has been contesting international five year old classes, being consistently clear and placed, including 5th in the Five Year Old Final at CSIYH1* Lier.
Culana Z is a 2010 mare by Calvados Z (Chellano Z) out of Celano mare. She only came to England from Holland in September 2015 and she started her competition career in October 2015 and is now jumping consistent clears at 1.10m. Culana Z contested young horse classes at CSIYH* Vejer de la Frontera (the Sunshine Tour) jumping 9 clear rounds during the show. She is a good mover and a very careful jumper with a great technique, and a very easy canter making her very easy to jump. She has all her Newcomers double clears for 2017 and is ready to jump in 1.20 classes. Sadly Culana was injured in 2016 and is now a brood mare for Gemma Tattersall.
Very sadly, Catokyo developed a neurological problem at the end of May 2017, and by the end of July after eight weeks of rest, treatment and diagnostic tests we had to make the very sad decision to have her put down. However, I think she still deserves a space on my page as she was such an exceptional little horse.
Catokyo was a 2011 dark brown mare by Candor, by Catoki. Like Benny she arrived here in mid-May 2016 having jumped the five year old classes on the Sunshine Tour with Alice Palmer. I absolutely loved her, and with her wonderful temperament Mark was able to hack her out. She was so brave, scopey and careful and I absolutely loved riding her. Sadly not all horse stories have happy endings, but I think she is one who will never be forgotten.