Despite Selena O’Hanlon not being able to compete in this year’s Badminton Horse Trials, she and Woody’s owner, John Rumble, have incurred major expenses. To cover those, they’ve held fundraisers, and they have one left, this gorgeous rose gold necklace crafted by Matt Dixon, who owns Dixons Jewellers in Ottawa. The bespoke necklace has 5 diamonds over the horse and rider with Badminton Horse Trials engraved underneath. On the back is engraved 70th Anniversary to reflect Badminton’s years of competition. The pendant and necklace are valued at $1,500.00 Canadian. Bidding ends at 5 p.m. today, Sunday, May 5.
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Just in on Jumper Nation: I Guess You Could Say She Stuck the Landing
There has been a lot of very classy riding today but Oliver Townend's round was one not to miss. His leading ride, Irish-bred Ballaghmor Class is known as Thomas at home and is owned by Karyn Shuter, Angela Hislop & Val Ryan.
Posted by Badminton Horse Trials on Saturday, May 4, 2019