beautiful pictures! they all look SO regal, im jelly i love the cool atmosphere too!!
Thank you Alexa
To continue with the updates from the Herning Dressage Cup II!
Today I'll present two of Arthur Jackson's mounts. Arthur has been with Rotherford for ages! Longest of us all! He was hired as a young, young rider by my deceased aunt Ella and has been with us ever since.
He is the head of our dressage competition team and takes care and personally selects all of our upper level dressage horses, and rides the most perspective ones himself alongside with Tia. He was the one who brought RFE Incandescente and Celeridad Clodoveo up the levels and he has also brought his state-of-the-art mare Tanns Schwabenkönigin up to Grand Prix with envious results. His mare, Švab, will soon be in foal to RFE Incendio, and it's going to be a top match we won't be able to wait for!
Anyhow, his current young hope is our 4yo Irish Sport Horse mare RFE Morsmordre. She is sired by StE Love Child, who we owned and brought up the levels when he was a young horse and then sold to @Amelia-Martin-Teagarden , but we kept the right to one breeding. Her dam is our also a relatively young prospect RFE Moria from our mare RFE Kinmorina, who is currently beginning her Inter I tests and is making us very proud.
Morsy was 1st in Training (Lvl2) which is her first win, and I believe it was her fourth show ever.
I also felt like making a BIG edit, so I made a full-blown edit of our 8yo Andalusian mare MRD Murciana IV del Cascabel , bred by @Marina-Davia . She and Arthur were 3rd in the Intermediare I (Lvl8).
Murcia is competing in Classical Dressage as well in which she's got slightly better results than in dressage, but she is still kicking butt. She is so super promising and moves so beautifully, that we consider her our very own Mount St. John Freestyle if you wish Arthur rode her since we got her and she never had any other riders, maybe a few times at home when Arthur couldn't make it. She is definitely a Grand Prix contender and will be a high quality horse in the top levels of the sport.
We have a new horse in our stables! I am happy to introduce BBS Daisy Roshanna, a Welsh Cob Section D mare! She will be trained in carriage driving to start with, and Im still thinking of a second discipline for her. Any advice or ideas are greatly appreciated!