Top 4* rider and YR European Gold Medalist, Georgie Spence is putting together a group of people to form a syndicate called ‘The Future Partnership’. The aim is to produce young horses to the top of the sport, with a lot of fun on the way.
Georgie has successfully produced many event horses to advanced level. Her current 4* horse, Wii Limbo, was purchased as an unbroken 3 year old and produced by Georgie to jump 3 double clears at Badminton and Burghley with a 12th at Burghley in 2015.
In 2018, Georgie is lucky enough to have a supportive group of owners and two horses competing at Badminton, her long term partner, Wii Limbo who is owned by Lucy Fleming, Samantha Wilson and Suzanne Doggett and her up and coming superstar Halltown Harley who is owned by Suzanne Doggett. She also has great ambitions to compete on some Nations Cup Teams again, following her success in 2017 adn 2018, winning two Silver medals and winning the Austrian Leg of the Nations Cup CICO*** Series on Halltown Harley in 2017 and i into 2018 won Team Gold and 2nd indivudally at Great Meadows in America and went on to win the CCI*** at Millstreet.
Georgie also has a range of younger horses who look set to move up to 1* and 2* level with plenty of National and International Events in their calendar.
I am very excited to introduce UPPERCOURT COOLEY aka Bueno who I am syndicating (please contact me if your interested in owning a share in this gorgeous boy)
He is a 16.2hh 11yo Bay gelding and came from the famous COOLEY STUD. He has previoulsy competed up to CCI4* level with Emily Baldwin and I am very excited to welcome him to my Team.
We had a great start to our partnership winning the Newcombers and 1.15m at our first BS show together.
Eventing wise, we started at Dauntsey in the ON, where a dressage of 28 and a double clear in the time leftbus in 2nd place. We then headed up to Oasby in search of good ground. Another super test to score 27 in the OI, followed by a lovely double clear, adding some time faults to finish in 3rd. We were so lucky to have headed further north as everything around us was cancelled.
And the last event of 2019 was Bicton International where we were competing in the CCI3*S. Sadly with such bad whether the ground was really suffering, and being 99th to go was very challenging conditions, but Bueno tried his littel heart out for a 27 to lie 8th out of 100. We started over night and SJ on a surfance the following day with a foot perfect double clear. We then made the decision to withdraw from XC and save him for another day which was disappointing but as a new combination it wasnt worth the risk.
He is a very special horse, who I have great ambitions for over the coming years. In 2020 I plan to establish our parternship at 3* level and then move him up to 4* level aiming for some Nations Cup teams and a 4* Long at the end of the season with plans for him being a potential Senior Team prospect in 2021.
This is a rare opportunity to buy a share in such an exciting prospect. Please email me for more infomation.