Tuesday News & Notes from Legends Horse Feeds

Frankie Thieriot Stutes and Chatwin at Twin Rivers. Photo by Sherry Stewart.

We are so sad to share that Frankie Thieriot Stutes has withdrawn Chatwin from the Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event presented by MARS Equestrian. She posted to her Facebook page that Chatwin sustained an injury in their last outing, the Advanced CT at Twin Rivers, which they won.

“The Universe has other plans for us, I have no idea why, but I am sure eventually I will figure that out. I have my horse, and luckily for me, he means much more to me as a partner than the ribbons or accolades we have earned and will earn together,” she said.

We know these two will be back stronger than ever, and we wish Chatwin quick healing in the meantime.

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Events Opening This Week: GMHA June HorseTrialsGenesee Valley Riding & Driving Club Spring Horse TrialsWaredaca H.T.NJ Region’s H.T.Ocala Summer H.T. ICarriage House Farm Combined TestEquestrians’ Institute H.T.IEA Horse Trials, Classic Training & Novice 3-Day EventColorado Horse Park H.T.Poplar Place Farm June H.T. and Area ChampionshipsColorado Horse Park H.T.

Events Closing This Week: Riga Meadow at Coole Park Combined TestMCTA H.T., IncHeart of the Carolinas 3-Day Event & H.T.Poplar Place Farm May H.T.The Event at Skyline

Tuesday News: 

In addition to Frankie and Chatwin, there have been a few other withdrawals from Kentucky. [Land Rover Kentucky CCI5*-L Withdrawals]

The Badminton draw order has been revealed! Pippa Funnel will be the pathfinder of the group. As we look to our US riders, Jenny Caras and Fernhill Fortitude are #63 and Tamie Smith and Wembley are #76. [Full draw revealed for Badminton Horse Trials: Pippa Funnell to be pathfinder]

Winning is nice, but there’s so much more to riding than a blue ribbon. It’s hard to not let your placing in a division define the success of your weekend, but Annette Paterakis talks about getting your headspace right and having more fun. [How To Stop Letting The Scoreboard Be Your Main Measure Of Success]

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