News From Louise Print

Louise has been busy in the last couple of months with the event horses. Murphy's Miracle went double clear and finished 13 th in Saumur in France in June. He is now qualified for Burghley whilst remaining on the short list for the Irish event team for the World Equestrian Games. He is running at Gatcombe this weekend in the British Open Championships which is always a very exciting competition with a huge testing cross country course to jump.
Ballinaslogue Cavalier has stepped up to novice level and done 4 novices clear xc. He will do a couple more and then be produced for next year with Intermediates in mind or be sold. He is a very talented horse.
Dartans Proper Job has now competed in 3 intermediate competitions including a big course at Glanusk. She has gone clear on all 3 occasions. She will now do a 1 star at Somerford Park and then have and rest and be schooled over the winter and aim for 2 stars in the spring 2011.
Devils Darnay has now done 3 pre novices all clear. He is a lovely horse with a brilliant attitude and he is now for sale. He is very genuine with the ability to go to novice level. I hope to find a nice home for him.
Thorntons Avatar again has gone clear in his 2 pre novice runs and is for sale. He will give a junior rider lots of fun as he just loves cross country and aims to please.
Chevalian heroin and The Squire have done 2 Burghley young event horse classes and will now aim for Gatcombe and Hartpury. They were bought last year unbroken and both have turned into lovely horses for the future.
Wyndham Touch of Spring owned by Donnachea Dermody has been sold to Ashlee Wynstanley to aim for novice eventing next year. I wish them the best of luck. She is a very exciting prospect for the future.
Ballinaslogue Cear has been sold to Jane Silman based at Somerford Park. He has the most amazing jump and I wish them success for the future.
Louise's exciting news is that after Burghley in September she will be opening a competition livery yard in Piltown, Ireland. I will base myself full time over there for the winter and then from March travel back and forth for the events in England.

 Hopefully this will allow me to source some nice horses in Ireland for sale and produce the younger horses in Ireland with the first class facilities at the centre. The competiton centre is called Belline Estate Equestrian Centre.  News and horses for sale will be placed both on this website and Bellines.