Medal-winning British event rider Georgie Spence is looking for a new syndicate member to help fund the running costs of her horse, advanced eventer Wii Limbo.
Georgie is looking for someone to join the three other owners in his support syndicate.
Bought by Georgie as a three-year-old, Wii Limbo has been produced by her from BE100 to four-star level.
Known as “Woody” at home, the 14-year-old gelding has had a very successful career with double clear at CIC***, CCI*** and CCI**** including at Badminton in 2015, and at Burghley in 2014, 2015 and 2017, coming 12th in 2015 at Burghley Horse Trials, and finishing 23rd in 2014 and 2017. He has also competed on a Nations Cup Team and has been long listed for Team GB at European and Olympic level.
The Dutch-bred Event horse, by Highline, is enjoying a holiday and will come back in November in preparation for the 2018 Event Season where he will be aimed for Badminton and Burghley as well as the Nations Cup Team Series.
“I run a racing-type syndicate with Woody. I have four people that run a leg each — it is the same ’set monthly fee’ if he runs at a local show or if he competes abroad.”
Wii Limbo is currently supported by Lucy Fleming, Suzanne Doggett and Samantha Wilson.
There is no buy-in fee, but rather foster owners commit to a year at a time and can pay the monthly running costs as a direct debit.
Georgie also has a range of horses available from 4yo’s upwards that have buy in syndicate shares available. Alternatively if you have a horse that you already own and are looking to move to another rider, we would be delighted to hear from you.