Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Great Britain: Hadzi and Rich Take Honours at Kings Forest

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18 April - 12h19 | Lulu Kyriacou

The CEI 1*/2* at Kings Forest near Bury St Edmunds in England ran several classes in addition to the internationals, tested new Endurance GB protocols and introduced a new face to European endurance riding.

Tayla Hadzi is a native of Queensland, Australia but has been working as Head Girls at OSO Endurance Arabians in New South Wales for some time. She was responsible for training OSO Edith to compete at last years World Championships at Samorin where the ten year old mare was 24th individually when ridden by Sacha Laws King and helped the team into fourth place.

It was then that OSO Stud manager Amanda Kettlewell concieved the plan of aiming the horse, together with Tayla at the coming Young Rider championships in Italy. With that in mind the horse has been based in Somerset with Nikki Malcolm and Nathan Sweeny of Stride Ahead Horses and Tayla flew in a week ago to do the final prep and ride in the race. The team were also responsible for the second placed horse in the senior 120km ride...

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http://www.grandprix-replay.com/uk/article/4536/hadzi-and-rich-take-honours-at-kings-forest

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