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Mark Todd

New Zealand

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  • Returned home on Tuesday from a fabulous trip back to NZ, headed out to the first day of ESNZ Squad Training 2016 yesterday with three horses who all jumped really well with our showjump coach Luis Alvarez. Back in the groove and looking forward to the season!

  • Happy New Year! The annual Badgerstown high jump competition took place on New Years Eve with Issy winning, the entire Todd family taking part as well as the whole crew based here and a couple of locals!

  • My horsebox left this morning for CHI de Genève with NZB Land Vision on board as well as Bruce Haskell Eventing Stella Benatti Eventing and Ruy Fonseca. Looking forward to the indoor cross county competition and hoping I can go 2 better than at Stuttgart!

  • Great evening last night at Patch and Acre in Cornwall talking about the latest Keyflow UK feed product. Check it out here...

  • Saddles: Below, left, Mark Todd Jumping 17.5", Middle, Mark Todd Jumping prototype 17", Right, Stubben.

  • Saddles for sale... 1 x Mark Todd Jumping 18" (pictured), 1 x Mark Todd Jumping 17.5", both in good condition. Plus an older Mark Todd Jumping prototype, 17" and a well loved Stubben. Contact via e mail More photos on website

  • Thats a wrap for the 2015 season...NZB Campino finished in the top 10 at Pau CCI 4 star to finish what has been a great year for both him and Leonidas at the big ones. Thanks to Khia Cadley-Moon for looking after him and to James Todd and Jesse Campbell for being top drivers on the long haul there and back.

  • NZB Grass Valley (Riley) arrived back home to Badgerstown safe and sound with one very happy Gabriel Cury! 4th spot at Boekelo is pretty impressive for them both. Congratulations to Blyth Tait on his runner up spot with Xanthus, great to see him back at the top. And Team NZ qualified with a team for Rio which was the aim for the week! Good job Tim Price, Jonelle Price, Jesse Campbell and Dan Jocelyn.

  • It might not have been Team Brazil's day today at Boekelo with Carlos Paro and Ruy Fonseca not completing but it was game on for Gabriel Cury and my old ride NZB Grass Valley who backed up a 48 dressage with a fabulous clear cross country to move into 11th place overnight. Can't be more happy for them both, a true partnership that showed today. Also pretty happy to see Team NZ just point 3 off the lead in the Nations Cup and our Rio qualification within touching distance..

  • NZB Land Vision enjoyed a great spin for a double clear round Dauntsey yesyerday. Congratulations to Beanie and her team for another great event and putting up a £2500 prize pot for the OI is the way forward! Sunshine in October, friendly faces and happy horses..... Thanks to Uptown Eventing for the photo.