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BE Stakkato

Gender
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Gelding
Height
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166 cm
Color
 - 
Bay
Level
 - 
4 y.o
Year of birth
 - 
2016

Pedigree

BE Stakkato

SIRE

Stakkato Gold
Hann

DAM

Zarnita
AES

SIRE OF DAM

Namelus R
KWPN

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A Perfect Day at Pyecombe
A Perfect Day at Pyecombe

After a busy start to the month with two international events at Royal Windsor and Bolesworth, it was time to return to a local venue - Pyecombe Horse Shows. This venue is a Breen Team favourite with it being just down the road and a great place to train for the big shows.

Katie Speller kicked off the day with two super clears with BE Stakkato and Cabilina. BE Stakkato had an easy schooling round in the British Novice to finish 7th. This was followed by Cabilina PS in the Foxhunter who schooled beautifully round the course to be place 9th.

Georgia also had a super day riding three horses, Team Z7’s Can Ya Makan, The Old Lodge’s Evita XX and her own Donavaya with all horses performed brilliantly. Evita XX had an unlucky pole in the National 1.30m but still jumped with a lot of enthusiasm to finish in 10th place. Can Ya Makan jumped a super clear round the 1.40m to lie 5th overall and Georgia then pulled out another clear with Donavaya in the National 1.30m leaving them in 4th place.

To kick off Jack’s day, 4-year-old stallion Z7 Mevano came jumped clear and into 4th place in the British Novice. Later in the day, his own Essenar High Hopes jumped the 1.40m and landed on the podium in 3rd, another super and consistent result for this pair. Finally, this highlight of the day was when Cooper VA won the National 1.30m. A great first appearance in the ring for this new pairing!

After some great results at Pyecombe, we at Breen Equestrian are looking forward for what’s to come over the next few weeks with Georgia heading to the 4* European Equestrian Federation Nations Cup Final on Z7 Ascot in Warsaw, Jack heading to Vilamoura for FEI European Youth Show Jumping Championships with BBS McGregor whilst the rest of the Breen Team will be competing on home soil at the Royal International Show at Hickstead. Wish us luck!

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