Having produced Cass from a 3 yr old Carol successfully competed him at Small Tour. In 2008 he started at PSG with a win and has had many wins since including Premier Leagues at Addington, Sheepgate, Keysoe and Hickstead. He was Regional Champion at Intermediare 1 in 2010 and competed PSG and Intermediare 1 at the Nationals for 3 consecutive years.
He has since been training on working towards Grand Prix and this summer completed his first two Grand Prix tests. He will be out again in 2015!
Wise Guy (Frodo)
Wise Guy has competed at PSG in 2014 and achieved over 70% in his last outing.
Carol has had Wise Guy, who is by Fidermark, since a 4 year old.
Bono has had 3 wins at Elementary so far this year – all scoring over 70 % and a good start at his first Medium too.
In 2013 Bono finished the year being placed at the National Championships in the Elementary Open.
Bonanza is jointly owned by Carol and Alison Swinburn and was bought as a 3 year old.
Some Special Horses no longer with us!
Daedalus was homebred by Dutch Gold out of Tara Too. A 7/8 thoroughbred he was bred to event but by the time he was in work Carol had focused on dressage. Luckily he moved well enough and reached Grand Prix. He was Small Tour champion at Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Roo was bought as a 3 year old and Carol trained him to Medium level competing him twice at the National Championships. Katie, Carol’s daughter, took him over to as he wasn’t over-enthusiastic about his dressage and has had lots of success eventing him, including placing at Intermediate level.
Ridden by Carol for Sally and John Draper, Carol and Tarzan won the Elementary Regional Championships at Keysoe.
Ridden by Carol for Olivia Palmer and Alison Swinburn, Forest was 4th at the Winter Championships at Novice in 2009 before being taken on by Olivia for eventing.
Ridden by Carol and Katie for Alison Swinburn, she evented successfully, placing in the top 3 at her last 3 Pre Novices before being sold on.
Also homebred out of Tara Too, Carol trained Andante to Prix St Georges with a win first time out.