Tuesday News & Notes from Legends Horse Feeds

Yesterday was busy for British riders at Oasby where five Open Intermediate divisions kicked the off the start of the season for many top competitors. The Elite Event, put on by BEDE Events, hosted five Open Intermediate classes. Horse & Country TV hosted the live stream, and if you missed any, subscribers can watch back the event here. For full results, click here. Congratulations to the winners:

  • Open Intermediate A: JL Dublin & Nicola Wilson
  • Open Intermediate B:  Ballaghmor Class & Oliver Townend
  • Open Intermediate C: Brookfield Inocent & Piggy March
  • Open Intermediate D: London 52 and Laura Collett
  • Open Intermediate E:  Fonbherna Lancer & Piggy March

National Holiday: Happy National Puppy Day!

Events Opening This Week: Apple Knoll Farm H.T.Jersey Fresh InternationalUnionville May H.T.WindRidge Farm H.T.Poplar Place Farm May H.T.Miami Valley H.T. at Twin TowersThe Event at Skyline

Events Closing This Week: Fair Hill International April H.T. and CCI-SCDCTA Spring H.T.Chattahoochee Hills H.T.Twin Rivers Spring InternationalSpring Bay H.T.Land Rover Kentucky Three-Day Event

Tuesday News: 

British Eventing was rocked when five Internationals announced they couldn’t run in 2021, but now other venues are stepping up. Bicton in Devon, which will run in June, has taken on all the CCI4*-L/S and under-25 classes that were due to be held at Bramham, among many others. [Eventing calendar bounces back as venues step up to host cancelled internationals]

USEA Future Event Horse competitions are more a reflection of thoughtful breeding, and less on actions the day-of, but there are still things you can do to make a great impression. Having a well turned out handler is one, and many owners choose to use professional handlers who can best turn out their young horse. [Top 10 Tips for Presenting Your Horse in a USEA Future Event Horse Competition]

Tuesday Video: Piggy’s nieces have a fun school with what they can find around the yard: