Holstein Mer beautiful girl (Coventry x Clearway) Last year at Le Lion d’Angers he became the world champion in seven-year-old event horses under Kevin McNab. Now Mara is sold to America and Holly Koon is the new rider. “It was an incredible opportunity to ride such a well-trained and proven horse,” says Koon.
Under Australian Olympian Kevin McNabin, the beautiful woman grew up to be a successful event winner at the World Championships for Seven-Year-Old Horses. McNab: “We thought the beautiful girl would be a great horse for Paris, but unfortunately we have to sell some good horses in this game.” He will play a key role in the introductory process as Holly plans to return to training camp in the UK before crossing the Marai Pond.
“We’ll see her go to Paris. It’s nice to see her go to Haley, and we look forward to following them into the future – all the best to her and we wish her all the success we have had,” McNab said.
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Holly Koon, 27, is working hard on the event road. Last year he won the KWPN Mary Global X (By Condor), he finished seventh in Pokலோmon. He had previously had great success at KWPN Marr Celian (Via Tenerife VDL). With the new addition, the American hopes to get a team spot for the Games in Paris.
McNabs Humphreys to Piggy March
Kevin McNab not just lost the beautiful girl. He also had his 3 * horse last month Scuderia 1918 Humphreys (By Humphrey) Sold to Piggy March. With nine-year-old Humphries, McNab won the longest 3 * in Osbourne last year.
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