Horseandhound.co.uk - Full Article
12 August 2015
The Baileys/BEF Futurity recently headed to Writtle College, Essex (3 August).
Top scorer for the day was 18-year-old Tara Lee’s filly foal, Florouche JT (pictured top) (Woodlander Freddie M x Firebreak) attaining an elite premium of 9.05 in the dressage section.
Tara from Basildon said: “I am delighted with Florouche, I outgrew my 14.2hh dressage pony and so mum and I decided to breed a horse that I can go out and compete in a few years.”
Florouche JT is out of Tara’s mare, Magic In Motion. Tara continued: “Magic in Motion is a former racehorse. She ran about seven times but she wasn’t very fast! We bought her from Lynne Crowden as a broodmare. We will keep Florouche as she is definitely part of the family, but any further foals will be for sale...”
Read more at http://www.horseandhound.co.uk/news/endurance-youngster-achieves-elite-premium-at-futurity-505663#tb2iMwAC5xwqMsL6.99
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