Monday News and Notes from Success Equestrian

Lizzie Brown and Henton Attorney General

Congratulations to Lizzie brown and Henton Attorney General for their win at Boekelo.  As predicted Show Jumping was a huge shake-up, clear rounds were handsomely rewarded with major moves up the leaderboard.  Peter Thomsen and Horseware’s Barny finished second, Mark Todd and Leonidas II third.  I must confess that when I sat down to check the final results yesterday afternoon, I was thrilled to see Kenki Sato and Chippieh had finished fourth.  I’ve been quite fond of the pair since the London Olympics.  With Boekelo a wrap, we’re on to Pau!  Allonz-y!

Boekelo:  [Homepage] [Results] [Boekelo TV] [SJ Footage]

Weekend Results:

Greenwood Farm Inc. Fall H.T.  [Results]

Colorado Horse Park Fall H.T. [Results]

Radnor Hunt H.T. [Results]

The Maryland H.T. at Loch Moy Farm [Results]

Pine Top October HT [Results]

Events Opening This Week:

Pine Top Thanksgiving H.T. (Georgia, A-3)

Monday News:

Kansas Horse Council and KSU College of Veterinary Medicine hosting their Second Annual Horse Care 101 Educational Seminar on November 9th, at KSU Veterinarian School.  Registration is available online.  [KHC Equine Clinic: Horse Care 101]

A horse in the Pasco area of Washington state with West Nile virus has been euthanized.  The horse had not been vaccinated against WNV.  This horse was Washington state’s second case this year.  The previous case in Washington was in Yakima County.  [Horse With WNV Euthanized]

The federal government’s shutdown has postponed the annual Chincoteague pony round-up.  The ponies are rounded up twice yearly, with the focus of the fall roundup being to deworm the herd and to check for newborns.  The roundup will be rescheduled, but it is unclear when that will be.  [Roundup Postponed]

Bryce Newman scored the win in the CIC3* at Taupo over the weekend.  This win puts Bryce in to an early lead in the ESNZ Eventing Super League aboard Bates Trademark.  Dannie Lodder of Auckland finished second on Moochi.  [More from]

Are you a fan of Michael Jung’s Grafenstolz?  I know I am!  Grafenstolz has a three year old son named Future Gravitas who has just been licensed as a stallion.  He carries more than 50% thoroughbred and anglo-arab blood.  Plans are to have Future Gravitas available to British breeders next season.  There is the possibility of him becoming available internationally as well, should there prove to be demand.  [Future Gravitas Licensed by the Breeders Elite studbook]

From HorseNation – Say Cheese! 15 Horse Selfies.  Everyone’s guilty of taking a selfie once in a while.  A good selfie is like Dressage, hard to master and most of the time you just look ridiculous, but when it all comes together you feel like a boss.  [HorseNation]

Monday Video: Lets get ready for Pau with some helmet cam action!

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