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Artemision retired from racing in 2023 and is now enjoying life with our racing secretary Katrina Stanhope-White and her family. Artemision has taken to his life outside of racing like a duck to water and here is a picture of him flying hedges with Katrina’s daughter which he absolutely loves.



Boomarang was retired from racing in 2019 and is now enjoying his second career with Emily Louisa Bakes.  She says:

I got Boomarang following the loss of my old ex-racehorse. He’s an absolute sweetheart with manners to die for! We’ve only just started his retraining giving him some time “to chill”. He’s proving to show a real can do attitude and tries his hardest at everything asked of him.  I couldn’t be prouder to own him ❤️




Fortunate George was owned by The George Inn Syndicate, who enjoyed some wonderful success’s and days on the racecourse with him.

He recently retired from racing but everyone still love visiting George at home with his new owner Juanita, and he especially enjoys all the carrots and polos he receives!

The past few months George has loved learning dressage and jumping with Juanita, coming fifth at his first competition – go George! The pair of them hope to compete at Eventing but they’re also very happy enjoying each other with George also being rather talented at posing!



Smarter was rehomed with Molly King earlier this year.  Molly was a rider here for several seasons and formed a particularly special bond with Smarter.  When Molly moved onto pastures new, Smarter’s owner kindly agreed that he could also go with Molly!

Smarter seems very happy learning all his new talents – particularly jumping and hacking with Vixen the Jack Russell!



Dollnamix and Lisa have always been inseparable, with Lisa riding him on the yard nearly every day, and also taking him to the races.

After winning over hurdles Dolly was retired by his owners this year, and Lisa was obviously the first in line to have him.

As you can see they both seem very happy with their situation!



Reelingintheyears (Arbie) left us in 2018 and was re-homed by Rachel Sharp.   Together they are having a lovely time as pictured here during their first dresssage competition, where they warmed up beside Olympic event rider Alex Hua Tian, so they really are rubbing shoulders with some the very best!   Don’t they look a happy couple.



The fabulous Junction Fourteen left us last season and is now very happy with his new owner Tilly Knowles. Tilly tell us:

Junction has been brilliant learning his new job whipping in for the Tedworth hounds. He’s a gentlemen with the hounds and is happy going off in front or staying behind. He also has regular flat work lessons and enjoys flying round fun rides and hunter trials. 

Junction recently competed at the Barbury Horse Trials (July 2021), finishing third in the racehorse challenge and also winning a combine training class at West Wilts – very impressive Junction! 


Parish Business

Parish Business was re-homed in 2017 to the Royal Artillery Saddle Club at Lark Hill, and subsequently Monique Hurrell took him on and fell so in love – she bought him! Clearly they are having a smashing time and look rather good over a fence together!


Banjo Hill

At the ripe age of 27 Banjo Hill is now enjoying a full retirement with Sam Clark.  But, here is in showing days (above) cutting a serious dash! He also was a smashing racehorse winning six times under rules.












Fix It Right

This photo tells a thousand words – that Fix It Right and Danielle Bailey are very happy together!

Danielle has had this chap for four years now and don’t they look good together.  He was another very successful syndicate horse we trained up until 2015.