Après plusieurs classements cette semaine avec ses différentes montures sur les premières épreuves du circuit hivernal américain, COMANCHE (6ème d'une épreuve 1m40) , JACKIE BROWN (idem) Samurai (9ème) et Daisy (5ème d'une autre épreuve)
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voici une très belle conclusion de ce week-end avec cette dernière , Daisy et Mérédith Michaels Beerbaum remportent après un beau barrage à 12 le grand prix Suncast 1.50m devant Marie Hécart.... pour une première de la jument à ce niveau, un début plus que prometteur!
Markus Beerbaum n'est pas en reste, se classant 5ème d'une épreuve avec Contina et 4 et 5 avec Tequila de lille
A nine-year-old Dutch Warmblood mare (Excenel V x Timeless), Daisy jumped the young horse classes throughout Europe with Michaels-Beerbaum in 2016, and is just stepping up to the 1.50m level.
“She is absolutely fantastic. She has a heart as big as this horse show,” the rider described. “She wants to do it. She has a wonderful character, a wonderful attitude, and it makes riding fun. This was her first 1.50m jump-off class, and it was just amazing how well and how easily she jumped it. Then to go and win it like she did was really the icing on the cake.”
Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum and Daisy in their winning presentation with ringmaster Steve Rector and Lauren Tisbo of Suncast®.
With five riders ahead of her in the jump-off that all had rails down, Michaels-Beerbaum was the first to jump a double clear round and keep up the pace.
“I knew everybody was going a little bit too fast, that’s why the rails were coming, so I tried to not overdo it,” she explained. “There were a lot of fast horses in the jump-off, and fast riders, so I think some riders were trying to win it before it was even over. I just tried to give her the best ride I could. She is a fast little horse, so the time was good enough. She is kind of like a little motorcycle. She is adorable and you know she is on your side.”
Michaels-Beerbaum plans to keep Daisy at the 1.50m height this winter to give the mare more experience. “We will just take it as it comes, and try to manage her well and not over do it, but I think she has a big future,” she concluded.