Monday News & Notes from Fleeceworks

Tim Lips and Bayro, winner of Poland’s Strzegom Spring Open CCI4*-S. Photo by Leszek Wójcik courtesy of Strzegom Horse Trials.

The U.S. double-header of The Fork at Tryon and Chattahoochee Hills weren’t the only CCI4*-Ss taking place this weekend. New Zealand had its Kihikihi International CCI4*-S; Australia hosted the Quirindi Eventing CCI4*-S; and Poland featured the Strzegom Spring Open CCI4*-S.

American entry Woodge Fulton and Captain Jack had a lot of fans cheering them on from afar in the Strzegom CCI4*-S, where they finished in 23rd place in a field full of heavy-hitters — they were next out of the start box after Germany’s Andreas Dibowski and his longtime FRH Butts Avedon, speaking of hard acts to follow. (They pulled it off, jumping cross country clear with time — well-played, Woodge!)

National Holiday: National Empanada Day

Weekend Results:

The Fork at Tryon CCI-S & HT [Results]

Chattahoochee Hills CCI-S & HT [Results]

Pine Hill Spring H.T. [Results]

CDCTA Spring H.T. [Results]

Spring Bay H.T. [Results]

Your Monday News & Notes:

You just never know where life with horses is going to take you. The USEA catches up with Mexican eventer Daniela Moguel, who packed up shop and moved to the Carolinas after contesting the 2018 World Equestrian Games in Tryon last year. [A Fork in the Road: Mexico’s Daniela Moguel Reflects on Tryon 2018, The Fork, and her Future Goals]

The FEI World Cup Final is underway in Gothenburg, Sweden. In the dressage, Germany’s Isabell Werth earned her fifth World Cup title, narrowing edging out second-placed American pair Laura Graves and Verdades. Catch up on all of the Chronicle‘s great World Cup Final dressage and show jumping coverage here. [Werth Wins Another World Cup, But Three U.S. Riders Finish In Top Seven]

Burghley Horse Trials accommodations can be hard to come by. Last year a neighboring estate, about a two minute drive to the nearest Burghley entrance, offered people space to pitch tents and park their horse boxes. They’ll be doing the same for 2019, for a fee of £20/night for small tents and £30/night for large tents and horse boxes/caravans. For a small fee they’ll also shuttle people to the venue. For more information contact Archie Dennis at [email protected]gmail.com or telephone 07799662756.

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Featured video: Watch winner Tim Lips and Bayro jump around CCI4*-S show jumping at the Strzegom Spring Open.

 

SSO: 🇧🇶 Tim Lips with the 13-year-old Bayro won the CCI4*-S class, the most prestigious class during Strzegom Spring Open.

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Posted by Strzegom Horse Trials on Sunday, April 7, 2019

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