Manuel Fernandez Saro
Manuel Fernandez Saro HorsesCapella (Caretino, 1994)
Comodoro ( x Rasso, 1989)
Gio Granno (Grannus x Ramino,1990)
Quin Chin (Quantum x Gambiona, 1998)
Quinto 17 (Quantin , 1998)
Quo Vadis (Quidam De Revel x Grannus, 1996)
Sergeant Pepper 10 (Silvio I, 1994)
Manuel Fernandez Saro Competition Results20 - World Equestrian Games, Round 2 - Team final and 2 indiv. Two rounds - 31/08/2006 - Quin Chin
08 - World Equestrian Games, Team - 31/08/2006 - Quin Chin
72 - World Equestrian Games, Round 1 - Team final and 2 indiv. Two rounds - 30/08/2006 - Quin Chin
66 - World Equestrian Games, Team and individual Speed and handiness - 29/08/2006 - Quin Chin
16 - Gijon, Grand Prix - 07/08/2006 -
05 - Gijon, 1.50 Winning round - 05/08/2006 -
02 - Gijon, Nations Cup - 04/08/2006 - Quin Chin
01 - Gijon, 1.50 Group comp. - 03/08/2006 -
19 - The Royal Show, Falsterbo Grand Prix - 15/07/2006 -
08 - The Royal Show, Nations Cup - 14/07/2006 - Quin Chin
05 - Gelderland, Zwolle International - 1.45 Tempo - 11/06/2006 - Capella
24 - Gelderland, Grand Prix - 11/06/2006 - Qualdandro Z
07 - Gelderland, Societeit Gelre - 1.40 Diff.prog. - 10/06/2006 - Capella
02 - Gelderland, Anemone Horse Trucks - 1.40 Against the clock - 09/06/2006 - Capella
09 - Wiesbaden, Preis der Firma Sprehe Feinkost - 7/8 Years Against the clock - 03/06/2006 - Linos
9 - Nantes *** CSI, Prix Conseil General Loire Atlantique - 1.45 Due manches - 28/01/2006 - Comodoro
13 - Olympia International Horse Show, Grand Prix - 19/12/2005 - Comodoro
20 - Olympia International Horse Show, Ivy Stakes - 18/12/2005 - Sergeant Pepper 10
10 - Olympia International Horse Show, World Cup Qualifier - 18/12/2005 - Gio Granno
7 - Olympia International Horse Show, Santa Stakes - 17/12/2005 - Comodoro
11 - Olympia International Horse Show, Pounds for Points - 16/12/2005 - Sergeant Pepper 10
6 - Olympia International Horse Show, The Christmas Cracker - 16/12/2005 - Gio Granno
6 - Olympia International Horse Show, Puissance - 16/12/2005 - Sergeant Pepper 10
37 - Olympia International Horse Show, The Christmas Stakes - 15/12/2005 - Sergeant Pepper 10
22 - Olympia International Horse Show, Welcome Speed - 15/12/2005 - Gio Granno
15 - Olympia International Horse Show, The Welcome Warm-Up Class - 15/12/2005 - Comodoro
3 - Munich, Sprehe Feinkost Youngster Tour - 7/8 Years Mixed comp - 04/12/2005 - Quin Chin
1 - World Breeding Championship, 6 Year Old Championship - Final - 26/09/2004 - Quin Chin
7 - World Breeding Championship, 6 Year Old - 2nd Qualifier - 25/09/2004 - Quin Chin
3 - World Breeding Championship, 5 Year Old Championship - Final - 28/09/2003 - Quinto 17
5 - World Breeding Championship, 6 Year Old Championship - Final - 29/09/2002 - Quo Vadis
Qualdandro Z- x -, -
JosÃ© Manuel GorigoytiaJosÃ© Manuel Gorigoytia - CHI
JosÃ© Manuel Gorigoytia
JosÃ© Manuel Gorigoytia HorsesQuel Homme van de Heffinck
Quidam De Revel
JosÃ© Manuel Gorigoytia Competition Results09 - Bagnaia , Grand Prix - 29/09/2002 - Quel Homme van de Heffinck
Manuel PrauseManuel Prause - Germany - Showjumping
Jose Manuel GayanJose Manuel Gayan - Spain
Jose Manuel Suarez DiazJose Manuel Suarez Diaz - Mexico - Showjumping Riders
Manuel Bernal RivasManuel Bernal Rivas - Spain - Horse Driving
Manuel FontesManuel Fontes - Uruguay - Endurance Rider
Jose Manuel RogersJose Manuel Rogers - Chile
Juan Manuel LuzardoJuan Manuel Luzardo - Argentina - Showjumping Rider
Juan Manuel ThillJuan Manuel Thill - Argentina
Juan Manuel Melgar VardalesJuan Manuel Melgar Vardales - Guam
Juan Manuel Vazquez ColmeneroJuan Manuel Vazquez Colmenero - Spain
Juan Manuel Vidal - TestalJuan Manuel Vidal - Testal - Spain
Manuel Castillo MondragonManuel Castillo Mondragon - Mexico - Showjumping Rider
Manuel Gonzalez PerezManuel Gonzalez Perez - Spain
Manuel GraveManuel Grave - Portugal
Manuel HenryManuel Henry - France
Manuel HernandezManuel Hernandez - Mexico
Manuel Jose OssandonManuel Jose Ossandon - Chile
Manuel Justiano PÃ£â€°Rez BassoManuel Justiano PÃ£â€°Rez Basso - Uruguay
Manuel Malta da CostaManuel Malta da Costa - Portugal
Manuel Alejandro Bernal SotoManuel Alejandro Bernal Soto - Spain
Manuel AÃ±onManuel AÃ±on - Spain
Manuel AtaideManuel Ataide - Portugal
Manuel BigioniManuel Bigioni - Italy
Manuel Blazquez GuerreroManuel Blazquez Guerrero - Spain
Manuel BontempiManuel Bontempi - Italy
Manuel Bouzas JaneiroManuel Bouzas Janeiro - Spain
Manuel CortesiManuel Cortesi - Italy
Manuel De JudicibusManuel De Judicibus - Italy
Manuel Diaz MartinManuel Diaz Martin - Spain
Manuel EichnerManuel Eichner - France
Manuel Espinosa PlaManuel Espinosa Pla - Spain
Manuel FigueiredoManuel Figueiredo - Portugal
Manuel Jose GraÃ£â€˜En Ortiz De La PeÃ£â€˜AManuel Jose GraÃ£â€˜En Ortiz De La PeÃ£â€˜A - Mexico
Manuel LecuonaManuel Lecuona - Mexico
Manuel LupiManuel Lupi - Portugal
Manuel Marquez MedinaManuel Marquez Medina - Spain
Manuel MarxManuel Marx - Germany
Manuel Mota CurbeloManuel Mota Curbelo - Uruguay
Manuel Movelan Haya ManuelManuel Movelan Haya Manuel - Spain
Manuel Nistal RiadigosManuel Nistal Riadigos - Spain
Manuel PetitManuel Petit - France
Manuel PizzatoManuel Pizzato - Italy
Manuel Ramon Palmero GallegoManuel Ramon Palmero Gallego - Spain
Manuel RobertiManuel Roberti - Italy
Manuel Saturnino RosasManuel Saturnino Rosas - Uruguay
Manuel Senra ChoverManuel Senra Chover - Spain
Manuel SiliÃ³Manuel SiliÃ³ - Spain
Manuel ThiryManuel Thiry - Belgium
Manuel Ubeda RuizManuel Ubeda Ruiz - Spain
Manuel VanlaereManuel Vanlaere - France
Manuel ZapffManuel Zapff - Germany
Manuel RiaÃ£â€˜OManuel RiaÃ£â€˜O - Uruguay
Manuel RodriguezManuel Rodriguez - Mexico
Manuel SantiagoManuel Santiago - Uruguay
Manuel SchwarzenbergManuel Schwarzenberg - Germany
Manuel TorresManuel Torres - Columbia
Manuel Vasconcelos E SousaManuel Vasconcelos E Sousa - Portugal
Manuel VeigaManuel Veiga - Portugal
Manuel MonteroManuel Montero - Chile
Manuel Narbona LopezManuel Narbona Lopez - Spain
Manuel Ordovas GonzalesManuel Ordovas Gonzales - Spain
Manuel PintoManuel Pinto - Switzerland
Manuel RadakovitsManuel Radakovits - Austria
Manuel RitterManuel Ritter - Germany
Manuel Oliveira CorreiaManuel Oliveira Correia - Portugal
Manuel PetiteauxManuel Petiteaux - France
Manuel Vazquez GironManuel Vazquez Giron - Spain
Manuel Vieira MonteiroManuel Vieira Monteiro - Portugal
Manuel Sanchez CharroManuel Sanchez Charro - Argentina
Tullamarine PC Pre Royal
Crestwood Royalty was named Champion Led Welsh B and was placed in her show hunter saddle classes.
Corio PC Pre Royal
Crestwood Royalty was shown at this lovely event by Rebecca Jones and had a very successful day. She was sashed Reserve Champion Newcomer Led Hunter Pony, Champion Led Open Hunter Pony, Champion Ridden Newcomer Hunter Pony and Reserve Champion Ridden Open Hunter Pony. Well done to Beck and Dony!!!
Pedro Manuel Cabrales RosadoPedro Manuel Cabrales Rosado - Spain
Manuel Rodriguez-AbreuManuel Rodriguez-Abreu - Argentina
What is Para Equestrian?
Kerri has recently been classified as a grade II Para Equestrian in the United States. She will receive her second international classification when returning to Australia later this year.
Para Equestrians compete in traditional Equestrian sports, including the two most prestigious of these; Dressage and Driving. In sports like the Para Equestrian, each athlete is classified and assigned a grade according to the level of their disability or impairment. These classifications ensure fair and meaningful competition between athletes, allowing participants of both genders to compete against one another in their assigned Para Equestrian grades. The sport of Para Equestrian was designed to provide an equal arena for disabled athletes, where they can compete in healthy competition and strive to achieve their personal goals.
The Para Equestrian System for Classification was devised by Dr Christine Meaden, M.C.S.P. PhD, Chief Classifier for the International Paralympics Equestrian Committee.
In Para Equestrian events, Dressage is split into four levels of grading. Grade 1 Dressage is split into 1a and 1b, with 1a participants competing at a walking pace and 1b participants at a walk trot with the opportunity for lateral work and to canter in the freestyle section. Grade II riders perform at a walk trot pace and can also show some lateral work and canter in the freestyle section of their event. Riders in Grade III are able to complete their event in a walk, trot and canter and can perform lateral work throughout the freestyle section of their event. In the final Grade IV category, riders can walk, trot, canter, canter half pirouettes and perform sequence changes and lateral work in their freestyle events. There are two sizes of arenas for riders to compete in, with Grade I, II and III competing in 40x20m arenas and Grade IV riders competing in arenas that are 60x20m in size.
In 2006, the sport of Para Equestrian moved from its authority in the International Paralympics Committee to the Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI), becoming the 8th of the FEI disciplines. The FEI is the first international federation to govern and regulate a sport for both able bodied and disabled athletes. All rules and regulations with regards to competition venues and organization are governed by the same principles which also cover elements of each individual discipline.
For the first time ever the 2010 FEI World Equestrian Games will include the Para Equestrian events in Dressage and Driving. This will also be the first time that the FEI disciplines will be held in the same venue and at the same time. It is one of Kerri’s major goals to represent Australia in Kentucky at these FEI World Equestrian Games in 2010.
Manuel Gonzalez DufranManuel Gonzalez Dufran - Mexico - Showjumping Rider
Manuel DebruyckerManuel Debruycker - France - Eventing
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Manuel Artigas Rodriguez AbreuManuel Artigas Rodriguez Abreu - Argentina
Should I be concerned about this horse?
Before I say my question I’ll give some background information:
I live in a large city, but my particular neighborhood is “rural” with half acre to three acre lots— some with horses/livestock. Theres a large trail that loops around the entire neighborhood, and goes into surrounding hills. On the side of the road, there’s a pretty wide ravine that is flat at the bottom and shaded by trees. I take this ravine as a short cut sometimes, it’s easy to get into because it slopes gently at both ends. There’s a lot of grass/weeds at the bottom of the ravine.
A month or so earlier, my neighbor had to give away his horse for free because he could not afford it.
Anyway, I was taking a walk to get some exercise, and I decided to walk through said ravine—- I hadn’t walked through it in quite a long while(like 2 months) and I find my neighbor’s old horse tied (by a very long rope) to a tree. He has a makeshift shelter that is just like a shade made out of wood, and also a big bucket of water that is full.i looked under a tarp that was there and i found a saddle and bridle, and extra buckets of water a hoof pic and a curry comb(no other grooming materials). I don’t see any hay around, but the grass(very plentiful) is cropped short in some places and the horse is grazing as i see him. He doesn’t have shoes, but this is normal for him because he has always gone barefoot. THere’s also one of those fly catchers attached to the tree. His mane and tail are long, as is his coat, but that’s just because of winter—-other than that, he is actually in very good condition, fine weight and no injuries. He’s just attached to this tree by a long rope halter, and can travel in like a 100 foot radius.
Thing is, I’ve no idea who my neighbor gave the horse to, and i havnet seen him being ridden(but the ravine itself is flat on the bottom, and in places where there is no grass is hard packed flat dirt, like an arena so i think he’s just being ridden there)
Thing is, although the horse seems to be faring well, I want to know is this actually safe for a horse to be living like this? Nobody owns the ravine, so it’s free use I guess, but not many people go down there. The previous owner(my neighbor) said he gave the horse to “some kid, seemed nice” but idk why someone nice would keep a horse away form their property(or at least a proper barn)
Should i be concerned and contact authorities, or let it be because the horse is healthy??? ive been giving the horse apples every day, because i know him well and used to ride him for my neighbor—love him dearl and dont want any harm to come of him im REALLYYY sorry this is so darn long, i couldnt get al the info in there otherwise
Manuel CampilhoManuel Campilho - Portugal
100% Purebred Fewspot Knabstrupper Mare - Fully Graded KNN
Dam: Mølager Lotte 208333199606368 KN DK (Rasmus af Hallundbæk KNN 119 DK Knab)
Rare 100% purebred black based whiteborn with no sabino (4 dark triangles). .
Lupi carries some of the old and well respected classical Knabstrupper bloodlines as well as the Sport types. One of a very few 100% purebred fillies in the UK making her a valuable asset to any stud. She did well in her grading in September 08 and was accepted into the Main Book KNN.
She combines bone and substance with quality and she has a refined, feminine head. Three good straight paces, a fabulous trot and an easy, trainable temperament as you would expect.
Lupina foaled in 2009, a gorgeous dark bay leopard colt by Rubin Star N (Old) who was sold within two weeks of him being born. She is currently empty for 2010 so could be backed and ready for work or put to one of our stallions free of charge.
She will be available at weaning - beginning of October. Deposit secures. A sale that we will probably regret but need to reduce our numbers a little more.
Juan Manuel RosasJuan Manuel Rosas - Argentina
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TuffRock can be found next door to one of Australia’s best wine regions, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, 2 hours drive north from Sydney and less than 1 hour from the best thoroughbred breeding farms in the Southern Hemisphere. Its products are sold nationwide in Australia and the company is currently in the process of establishing its presence in South East Asia, Middle East, UK, Ireland, Europe and the USA. TuffRock continues to work closely with industry to develop specific applications in various regions.
TuffRock’s core competence is it’s intimate knowledge of Australian volcanic minerals and how to apply them in developing world-class animal health products. The company is focusing on selected areas of veterinary markets particularly in areas where strong absorbing and binding / locking capabilities are required. As an example, TuffRock’s product range includes a natural hygiene bedding additive that has excellent ammonia control and equine rotavirus binding capabilities; other products support normal bowel function, aid digestion & feed conversion, maintain general well being or support both normal physiology and collagen generation to achieve results.
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In late 2006 TuffRock balanced out it’s range of animal products focusing on the small animal market. Canine Conditioner (similar product to Conditioner Plus) was introduced to the racing and show dog industry and Petit Plus (similar to Foal Plus) was specifically developed for small stomach upsets.
In 2007 TuffRock will release it’s first human product, TuffRock Sports, the world’s first supercharged topical Sports product which is being indicated for immediate use on sporting injuries. Trials results are unbelievably good.
TuffRock now has international patent process underway to protect intellectual property, technology and product formulae.
Walter Manuel AbellaWalter Manuel Abella - Uruguay - Eventing
Manuel SheridanManuel Sheridan - Australia
Emanuel ErnstEmanuel Ernst - Germany
Emmanuel Le BourdonnecEmmanuel Le Bourdonnec - France
JosÃ© Manuel LUCENA ESTRADAJose Manuel LUCENA ESTRADA - Dressage Rider
Manuel SantillanManuel Santillan - Argentina
We have been very lucky this season to have had 5 healthy new foals born.
First to arrive was Amaranda Topsy Louise’s stunning pali filly by Mirinda Spycatcher, who is a full sister to C. Somerset. Mia is full of pizzazz and is simply gorgeous!
Next to arrive was Ripplebrook Kindle’s very pretty chestnut filly also by Mirinda Spycatcher who is a full sister to C. Espionage, Rendezvous, Pollyanna, Elegance and Propaganda.
Our third foal was Amaranda Lady Luck’s upstanding pali colt by Mirinda Spycatcher, who is very tall and elegant. Scooby is a full sister to our very successful C. Royalty, Casino Royale and Royal Romance.
Imperial Shy Girl was the next mare to foal, and she produced a gorgeous pali colt sired by Marconi Stud’s Weston Park Mercury. Shaggy is exceptionally friendly and is certainly our young daughters favourite.
And last but not least was Bungalally Champagne, who certainly kept us waiting, before presenting us with a huge pali filly sired by our Mirinda Spycatcher. And the filly was well worth the wait!
All of this seasons foals are offered for sale and terms may be arranged until weaning.
Huge congratulations to Lisa Oneill from Marconi Stud on the safe arrival of Marconi Dejavu, a divine bay/brown filly from Foxmoor High Light by Mirinda Spycatcher.
Juan Manuel Cru LilloJuan Manuel Cru Lillo - Spain - Showjumping Rider
Juan Manuel Bolafrica - BarriosJuan Manuel Bolafrica - Barrios - El Salvador - Showjumping Rider
Manuel Bulnes LabraManuel Bulnes Labra - Chile - Endurance Rider
Jose Manuel IbaÃ£â€˜EzJose Manuel IbaÃ£â€˜Ez - Chile - Showjumping Rider
Jose Manuel Ramirez UribeJose Manuel Ramirez Uribe - Mexico - Eventing
Manuel CornejoManuel Cornejo - Ecuador - Showjumping Rider
Juan Manuel MaldonadoJuan Manuel Maldonado - Columbia - Endurance Rider
Manuel Bulnes MuzardManuel Bulnes Muzard - Chile - Endurance Rider
Manuel EugsterManuel Eugster - Switzerland - Showjumping Rider
Manuel Da Silva RochaManuel Da Silva Rocha - France - Showjumping Rider
Juan Manuel MuÃ±oz DiazJuan Manuel MuÃ±oz Diaz is a leadaing Spanish dressage rider, born in 19/05/1969 Juan Manuel MuÃ±oz Diaz represented Spain at the London 2012 Olympics. Spanish Dressage Riders. Below you can watch Juan Manuel Muñoz Diaz riding FUEGO XII in the Kur Grand Prix Freestyle WEG Kentucky 2010.
Juan Manuel Muñoz Diaz - FUEGO XII Kur Grand Prix Freestyle WEG Kentucky 2010
Juan Manuel Alonso HernandezJuan Manuel Alonso Hernandez - Spain - Endurance Rider
Juan Manuel De Jove Rodriguez De TorresJuan Manuel De Jove Rodriguez De Torres - Spain - Showjumping Rider
Manuel Vazquez HerranzManuel Vazquez Herranz is a showjumping rider from Spain, below you can watch Manuel Vazquez Herranz in action riding Clearboy campeonato.
SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program®
We have used SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program® on their horses for several years. We have been thrilled to hear how enthusiastic they are about SUCCEED and how beneficial it has been. With the team achieving more and more success with a string of top quality horses, there is no doubt that exciting times lie ahead. SUCCEED® Digestive Conditioning Program® is a daily Functional Feed® programme that provides a unique and natural approach to optimal horse health and performance. The natural formula targets the healthy function and structure of the entire digestive system. SUCCEED addresses digestive imbalances at their root cause, improving nutrient uptake and reducing the risk of serious digestive issues. Better digestive health means better overall health and, ultimately, better performance. SUCCEED is an official product of United States Equestrian Federation, United States Eventing Association & United States Dressage Federation and was used by the US Teams (all disciplines) and members of the Canadian Eventing Team during the 2008 Olympic games and the 2010 World Equestrian Games. We at SUCCEED are proud to sponsor Chris King Eventing and wish them the greatest success in the future.