Friday, July 16, 2010
Breaking In Waranga
On the other side of the world a horse is getting broken in and is about to make a very large lifestyle change. Waranga is a three-year-old gelding by Copabella Visage (KWPN) out of a Brilliant Invader (Australian Thoroughbred) mare. Brilliant Invader was the sire of Ready Teddy (the horse with which NZ eventer Blyth Tait won both Olympic gold and the World Championships).
My old friend Gordon Bishop is breaking in Waranga before he starts his big trip to America at the end of this month. His early training has been going well according to Gordon and he looks to be a big, strong horse with huge movement.
Congratulations to Amy Lindgren, Minotaure Du Passoir's owner, for coming on board and owning this promising young horse. He may look a little rough in these photos, but I promise you this horse has all the tools to be a champion: movement, size, pedigree and talent.
Posted by Amber Heintzberger at 11:43 AM