Login Register

Equestrian by Kathryn Pearn, June 15

By Cornish Guardian  |  Posted: June 15, 2012

EYE FOR A PRIZE: Jayne Carne and Hawk, jointly owned by Andrew Clemens, winner of the skewbald and piebald in-hand championship. BY Kathryn Pearn.

Comments (0)

ROSEMARY Penn's good eye for a prospect was ratified when her three-year-old filly Deauville was called forward to stand hunter broodmare and youngstock champion.

"I'm absolutely thrilled," said Rosemary, who lives at Mount, near Bodmin. "This was her first ever Royal Cornwall and it's a memorable debut."

Jayne Carne's fairytale partnership continued with her miniature stallion Hawk who clinched the in-hand coloured championship and increased his tremendous tally by standing reserve miniature champion.

This eight year-old skewbald was originally spotted by his St Columb-based owner at Hallworthy Market where he was put up for sale by his breeder Rachel Tallam of Altarnun.

Jayne's partner Andrew Clemens who jointly owns the charismatic stallion said: "Rachel called him Hawk because he was as wild as a hawk. But Jayne took a shine to him and bought him for a small amount. You couldn't get near him and he had to be stabled for the first few months until he had full confidence in people."

Following five months of patience and careful handling Jayne gave Hawk his first outing and the rest is history with the stallion going on to pass his grading with the BSPA (British Skewbald and Piebald Association).

Andrew said: "He's such a character that he's gaining a bit of a fan club. Jayne took a chance on him and has been totally dedicated to producing him. I'm so pleased he's rewarding her with this success."

Ronnie Jones from Summercourt, landed another Royal Cornwall title with her Harlequin leopard spot stallion Broomells Sun Up, a winner at last year's Horse of the Year Show.

Broomells Sun Up started his career with a win in 2002 on his very first outing at the Royal Cornwall Show under judge Mr J Walsh. He repeated this on only his second time out the following year, again at Royal Cornwall and since that time he has secured the spotted horse championship at Royal Cornwall on numerous occasions

Ronnie, who has racked up an exceptional record over many years with her stunning spotted stallion, said: " Tigger (Broomells Sun Up) is my horse of a lifetime."

Lucy Booth of the Hurtstock Stud, Cardinham, landed the New Forest pony championship with her prolific liver chestnut stallion Woodrow Portman, jointly owned by June Whitham.

This 14 year-old son of Peveril Peter Piper has been a prolific winner for the Booth family whose name is synonymous with the New Forest breed.

The Landerio Horse & Dog Show being held at Landerio Farm, Mylor, on Sunday June 24 is a new fixture to the summer programme.

For further details with regard to the horse schedule contact Jo Green 01326 316459; Jackie Meyers 01326 372594 or for the dog show Jeanette Merritt 01326 373594 or www.landeriofarm.co.uk

Schedules are available for the Roseland Fun Pony Show & Gymkhana being held at Trethenna Manor Farm, Veryan.

Open to children aged 12 years and under, this show is another new addition to the local equestrian calendar and has its emphasis on fun and encouragement. For further details call 01872 501477/501346.

The Native Pony Association Annual Breed Show takes place on July l at the Royal Cornwall Ground where an extensive schedule includes a wide range of qualifiers for the South West Pony Association, the Blue Chip NPA champion of champions.

There are a host of in-hand and ridden classes for all breeds of mountain and moorland ponies including NPS ridden and part-bred classes with WPCS in-hand medals on offer.

Visit www.nativeponyassociationcornwall.co.uk for schedules or call Martyn Hendra 01209 212735; Di Cosgrove 01736 362906 or Sue Payne 01736 851243.

Read more from Cornish Guardian

Do you have something to say? Leave your comment here...

max 4000 characters