Absolutely sweet as pie! 13’2 (138cm) born in 2014, this little beauty is 6 years old (in 2020). She wears her creamy coat with pride and is a real looker. About Lady Cremello Lady is a really sweet natured pony with a kind and calm temperament. She loves her work and feels fun and positive
Connemara mare born in 2014. Measures 147 (we believe she will stay within the limits of a pony). She is by Derrymore Duncan – Drimcong Owen (Abbeyleix Owen) with Lecarrow Misty as a grand dam in who’s pedigree Carna Bobby appears twice. Carna Bobby appears in total an Amazing 7 times in the pedigree of
Mare born in 2013, measuring 139cm. This pony is just so much fun. She had a foal last year so had some time off but was brought back into work early spring 2019. Since then she has just proven to be such a sweet pony with a huge appetite for learning. She moves with big
Diamond Clover – Bred in the purple Diamond Clover is absolutely to die for! She combines the very best European blood lines via Burggraaf – Landlord, with the very best or Irish. You will find Diamond Lad on the damside of the Sire Diamond Graaf who in turn is by the king himself King of
Dyfrdwy Jolly Joker Gelding born in 2011 by Dyfrdwy Seryddwr – Dyfrdwy xx. Bred in the purple this Welsh Mountain pony has the stamp of a true to type pony well built through and through. He moves well with a good bit of action. Due to personal circumstances he has had the time of his
Fein Mithra Gii The Gustavii stud had bred this wonderful mare born in 2013. Fein Mithra Gii, 2013, approx 167 cm bay mare by Fein G – Marco Mitras 891 – Aarstein. Fein Mithra Gii is a sweet mare with a fantastic trot and canter, she is relatively untried to date, but shows a beautiful
Ferdinand Gii – a future in show jumping The Gustavii stud has bred this 3 year old colt, Ferdinand Gii, born in late 2016. He is by Fein G – Marco Mitras – Aarstein and currently measures approx 165 cm. He is the full brother of Fein Mithra Gii. Fein G – the sire of
Lariico Gii – promising sport horse Gustavii Stud has 4 year old colt. Lariico Gii was born in 2015, he is approx 162 cm but still growing. This is a bay colt by Lars Irco Gii – Baloubet du Rouet – Irco Marco – Menelek xx. Lariico Gi, as you can see above, is bred
My Class Quality – a true gem. My Class Quality is a mare born in 2015. This mare is by OBOS Quality, a sire of many top class horses both for show jumping and eventing. OBOS Quality himself is by Quick Star (Galoubet) out of a Domino mare. The dam of My Class Quality is
Foxhall X – jumping pony for the future Foxhall X, a mare born in 2014, measuring 147 cm (14’2). This pony was broken to ride over the winter and is now well on its way to a competitive career the showjumping world (she would also suit superbly as an eventer. She has 3 lovely paces
Madam Maxine – future superstar Madam Maxine is a 148cm / 14’2 mare born in 2014. Coloured in fifty shades of grey, she is an absolutely stunning pony that does not leave much more to wish for. This pony has 3 lovely paces and a very scopey, promising jump. This is complemented with a seriously
Kilickle Laurel – pony for showjumping and eventing This lovely dun / grey mare is born in 2014 and measures ~147cm. She sports a scopey jump and a very kind, rideable temperament. Kilickle Laurel is a very kind pony through and through, she handles nicely in the stable including shoeing, clipping, washing, catching in the
Filly for the future! This talented pony is by the Irish stallion Gamble on Diamond who jumped successfully up to 150 level. She combines a very scopey and promising jump with a “to die for” temperament. Born in 2014, she is now 5 years old (2019) and is about to embark on her competitive career.
Woodpark Dainty Woodpark Dainty is a mare born in 2012, 146.5, dun. This is a real little lovely lady. Woodpark Dainty super honest and a rock for anyone starting out showjumping or eventing. Dainty has done pony club, so is experienced Both cross country and over show jumps. She is a dream to handle in
Grid with oxers Improve technique, balance and strength. Jumping grids, especially a grid with oxers have many benefits for both horse and rider, and is definitely something to include in the training from time to time, especially if you need to improve on the horses technique over a fence. The rider also benefits hugely, the
Course exercise number 1 The importance of walking the course. Full speed ahead! Time to try out how far the exercises have got you. We are now going to put the exercises together and jump a whole course of fences. This time it is not about jump offs and tight turns, the goal is rather
Stand off the fence and don’t drift. This exercise has a whole bunch of benefits. It is created first and foremost for horses that are rushing their fences. The V pole will make them stand off the fence. This is not the only benefit though. This exercise will also help horses that drift and horses
Beat the competition!
Jump at an angle
To be able to shave off valuable seconds in a jump off you will have to be able to keep your horse straight and jump at an angle. This simple exercise will up your skills and help your horse feel comfortable with what is expected.
This bounce exercise aims to get your horse supple. It will also help you feel the stride, to feel the length of the stride and your eye. To be able to assess how many strides remain until the horse jump and where it will jump. Done correctly this exercise will also get an over excited horse to back off.
Barnaboy Eamon is a 6year old (*2013), gelding about 16″1, 163 cm. By the wonderful Irish ☘️ Sporthorse stallion Cottage Fire, who is also the father of 3star eventer and stallion Barnaboy Freeman.
Eamon was born at the Barnaboy stud in Co. Galway, Ireland. He has spend a lot of his life outdoors and has throughout been able to move which has made him both strong, healthy and surefooted.
Does your horse listen to you? Are you in sync over which way to go?
Is your horse awaiting your signals? Or do you feel like your horse is in charge? Are you in sync which way to go? With showjumping courses getting quite technical it is important to work on the conversation between horse and rider. A question we often need to ask ourselves is: Is my signals received by my horse? Are they understood? Do I listen to my horse? Are we on the same wavelength?