Will Faudree just announced via press release that he is withdrawing Andromaque from Pau after the mare sustained a minor injury. Missie’s fans can rest assured that she will be back in action next spring, and she still remains a major contender for the U.S. World Equestrian Games team next year. Will and Missie have had a fantastic 2013, winning the Jersey Fresh CIC3*, placing fifth in the Saumur CCI3* in France and most recently finishing third in the Richland CIC3*. The EN team sends our best wishes to Missie as she makes what we’re sure will be a quick and full recovery.
“As it always is with the ups and downs of horses, I have had a fantastic year with Andromaque and unfortunately have to withdraw from Pau this autumn. It is never an easy decision, but the welfare of my horses always comes ﬁrst. Missie has sustained a minor injury and will be back in action in the spring. I want to thank Jennifer Mosing and my entire team for all the hard work and dedication this year, as Missie has been in top form. I am very grateful to my staff for the attention to detail, as this was caught in the very early stages. I get to now put my full attention into the super young horses I have and am aiming DHI Colour Candy (Andy) at the Fair Hill International CCI2*. I have exciting new working students that I am looking forward to developing and we will be bringing out a strong team in 2014.”