Two four-stars in two weeks … phew! Kentucky and Badminton on back-to-back weekends is always a crazy time for the EN team, but where would we be without a little insanity in the middle, eh? It’s what the chinchillas thrive on after all. Ain’t no rest for the weary though, Jersey Fresh is coming up fast!
National Holiday: National Paste-Up Day
U.S. Weekend Results:
Monday News & Notes:
It seems that Cooley event horses are dominating headlines worldwide, most recently with Oliver Townend winning Kentucky CCI4* aboard Cooley Master Class. The couple behind the Cooley Farm mega brand is Richard and Georgina Sheane and they first launched the business from the Co. Wicklow base in Ireland in 2014. They source, produce and sell quality Irish Sport Horses and their client base reads like a who’s who of eventing. [Take note: 9 Cooley horses going for eventing world domination]
The 144th Kentucky Derby winner was full of energy on Sunday morning and Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has every intention of heading to Baltimore for the May 19 Preakness Stakes (GI), the second leg of racing’s Triple Crown. Justify ‘Full Of Himself’ After Derby Victory; Good Magic Considered For Preakness]
Mulry’s Error has completed his final four-star in front of a cheering crowd at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials. Rider Ben Hobday paid tribute to Sallie Ryle’s part-bred Clydesdale, who will enjoy a fun-filled retirement as a schoolmaster and hunting. [‘He has won to us’: Mulry’s Error completes his final four-star]
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Posted by Bosanko Sport Horses on Sunday, May 6, 2018