Consistency is key! India 2nd again in National Grand Prix

After their 2nd place in the Grand Prix at Arena UK last weekend, we were delighted to see India and the ESM Equestrian Team’s Fahra ES jump another stellar double clear in the National Grand Prix, this time at Aintree Equestrian Centre, to be piped to 2nd place once more by just 0.02 of a second. Consistency is key and we are so proud of how far this combination have come together in such a short space of time! 

4th place in HOYS Puissance

We were delighted to see India taking on the Puissance again at Horse of The Year Show. This class always has a sellout crowd and a great atmosphere! The pair cleared 1m95 to finish in joint 4th on this occasion. We are so happy with their performance!!

References in the ribbons

We are always delighted to see Wodehouse Stud graduates out there doing well and making their new riders as happy as they made us! 

We were so happy to see Kym Moore and Wodehouse Stud reference Keelnacally Quiletto Robuck take top spot in their Championship at the Scottish Home Pony International a few weeks ago. We always had a great feeling with this power-house of a pony and are delighted that she continues to impress with her new Irish rider!

Also, at the British Showjumping National Championships, we were delighted to see Charlie Court and Wodehouse Stud reference Calisto de Laubry Z also join the winners circle! This horse we produced from the very start of his career, and we are delighted he has found his perfect match with young rider, Charlie!

Second foal of 2021, Wodehouse Pluie d’Été

We were delighted to welcome this gorgeous filly into the world last night!

Out of our own Billy Comme Ca (by Billy Congo) who herself jumped to 1.50m level, and sired by the popular Diarado of the Schockemöhle Stud, 𝗪𝗼𝗱𝗲𝗵𝗼𝘂𝘀𝗲 𝗣𝗹𝘂𝗶𝗲 𝗱’É𝘁é – stable named ‘Storm’ – looks to have a very bright future ahead of her!⚡️

Wierden CSIOY

We had a great show in Wierden for the Dutch Youngster Festival and it was great to be back jumping abroad after a quieter year last year due to COVID! 

Billy Colman jumped fantastic all show placing 2nd in the opening 1m40 YR class out of over 70 combinations! He then stepped up to jump his first LR 1m45 Grand Prix jumping a great round around a strong track, and finished his week placing 4th in the 1m40 YR class on Saturday. 

Florida VDL also put in some good performances with a double clear in the opening YR 1m40 class also, and jumping around a very tough 1m45 Nations Cup format in which there were only 5 clears. 

Check out the gallery from the show below: