We have taken the hard decision to sell Lulu, she is such a 🌟 we are looking for a 5* home.
Irish Sports Horse, Dark Brown Mare, 8 years, 16.1hh
We have owned Lulu for just over two years, when she came to us she was only just broken having had two foals with the Atlantic stud in Ireland that bred her. Lulu has been a pleasure to produce over the past couple of years going from strength to strength and always taking on what you have taught her, she has a great trainable temperament with the ability to match. She is a lovely horse to have around the yard, she loves fuss and attention and has a lovely nature. She is now ready for someone to take on and have great fun with.
Lulu is a very well bred mare by Future Trend, with both Master Imp & King of Diamonds on the Dams side, she has a fantastic temperament and masses of ability.
Works very well on flat, scoring over 70% in last few test scores at prelim & novice. Super scopey jump, consistently placed Discovery with all her double clears for 2018, placed newcomers with 2 double clears, she has plenty of ability to carry on up the levels.
Done two events going really well at both, very straight Xc and answered every question asked of her. We have been training through the winter with Caroline Moore working on the accuracy for the cross country. Hopefully it has now stopped raining for a bit and we will get out eventing soon!! Would be a great contender for Badminton Grassroots classes or has the scope and the attitude to be a really competitive JRN horse.
A pleasure to deal with around the yard, brilliant to hack alone and in company.
Genuine reason for sale.
Open to any trainer/vet, she has good recent X Rays
Rachael Fairbrother 07810696959
Like everyone else this spring has been very frustrating for us, it feels like it will never stop raining! The horses feel great and are going really well at home. I have had a couple of great dressage lessons with Charlie Hutton on Lucy who seems to be going from strength to strength hopefully we can keep it up when we get in the arena. Lulu and Lucy have both been for a couple of Caroline Moore lessons which really gets us thinking and gives us lots to work on and if we ever get to go cross country should give me some tools to help with The more technical lines. We have been showjumping with Flo and Lulu for the first time out last week, both were on really good form. I am chasing the points on flag hoping to try and qualify for the bronze league where the final is held at Horse of the Year Show. She was on top form and won the open section of the 1m class and then we were really unlucky to have a last fence in the jump off in the 1m 10 class. Lulu was also a little star, she won the discovery section of the 1m class and then went on to the eighth in the newcomers. I have also taken Lucy and Flo out but the rain even managed to cancel a shout out on the surface but luckily I managed to hire a course in the indoor school, she jumped really well and hopefully we can do the same in a competition.