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Another stunning 4.5-tonne Encore from Equihunter Horseboxes.
For more information about what we do, and for our range, please visit us at equihunter.com, or why not contact us directly, our details are below. Ask us to send you our Arena (3.5t) or Encore (3.9t & 4.5t) information packs by email…
THIS IS OUR LASTEST EQUIHUNTER ENCORE 45 – 4.5 TONNE HORSEBOX PACKING 1,820kGS OF PAYLOAD
COMES WITH SLEEPING FOR TWO, HOOKUP, SINK, LPG HOB, WATER SUPPLY, WARDROBE, TABLE, PLUS COOLBOX CUPBOARD WITH 12V POWER
*PLUS A HORSE WASH FEATURE WITH AN INTEGRAL WATER TANK *
LIVING AREA FEATURES
SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION FOR TWO WARDROBE STORAGE SHELVES SEATING DEMOUNTABLE TABLE LPG GAS HOB/SINK HOOK-UP HORSE WASH 240V / 12V POWER COOLBOX CUPBOARD
The Encore 45 is designed for those with two heavy horses to take out.
With 2 x 17hh plus horses on board at 700kgs each, you would still have 420kgs left for the driver plus 2 passengers, a full tank of fuel, water, tack and anything else you need to take along for your days & nights out.
Priced at £38,000.00 Including 20% vat
Available to view at Felbridge Show Centre (address below)
Please contact Chris at Equihunter for more details on … m: 07904 818389 t: 01342 545030 e: email@example.com
[Equihunter Horseboxes] Well we are just three weeks into the new year and at Equihunter we’ve delivered our next creation for a customer in Aberdeen … An Equihunter Arena based upon the BMW Mini Cooper.
[The Irish Times] One of Ireland’s leading international horsewomen and a leading figure in dressage has told the High Court that her professional career has been jeopardised by the unlawful seizure of her only horse transporter in a dispute about a financial debt.
Horse box said to have cost €125,000 seized over disputed bill of more than €35,000. Photo: Alf Harvey
Colm Hennessy, for Anne-Marie Dunphy, Castlecomer, Co Kilkenny, said the horse box, which can transport seven horses and sleep three assistants, originally cost her €125,000 and had been seized on foot of a disputed service bill of more than €35,000.
She had paid a cheque for the service in preparation of its annual road-worthiness test but when she called to collect it on August 14th, she was given a bill for previous services totalling €35,594 and told she was not getting it back until something was done about the debt.
Mr Hennessy, for Ms Dunphy, told Ms Justice Bronagh O’Hanlon yesterday there was “an element of deceit in that the imposition of an alleged lien on the vehicle seemed to be calculated”.
Ms Dunphy told the court she had been horrified, shocked and upset when Ms Doyle presented her with “such an enormous bill”, claiming she would owe them €8,000 at most.
Despite an exchange of solicitors’ letters, the defendants had refused to return her vehicle and she was now at risk of losing her business, her reputation, sponsorship and clients.
Brownie has been an absolute pleasure to own and work with, always giving 100%. He has taken Libby from jumping 90cms to 1.10m with scope to go on and recently jumped his first ‘Members’ cup.
Brownie works in a relaxed correct outline on the flat and has three uphill paces.
He has mainly competed in British Show Jumping with our team but has also taken part in Pony Club & School Teams as well and is an absolutely fantastic cross country pony, happily jumping all coloured, natural fences and water ditches etc., without any problems
Brownie delivers a lovely dressage test and is a true gentleman to hack out on his own or in company remaining totally calm, he is never strong.
He is good to shoe, clip, and for the dentist and he is fully up to date with vacs and physio
Very sadly for sale as Libby has now outgrown him and has also been concentrating on her GCSE’s
For us it is an extremely sad sale and an extra special competitive home is required for this talented little lad who would perfectly suit a child coming off 128’s or 138’s.
He would also make a top class pony club pony.
For more information, please contact Lorraine on 07796 488996 or Chris on 07904 818389
[Telegraph] Germany, the major challengers for gold in all three equestrian teams, announced its dressage and jumping squads after final selection trials at Aachen.
All smiles: Helen Langehanenberg is going to London 2012 Photo: AP
An all-new dressage trio of Helen Langehanenberg (Damon Hill), Kristina Sprehe (Desperados) and Dorothee Schneider (Diva Royal) comprises horses with fast improving form, suggesting the loss of wonder-horse Totilas due to the illness of his rider, Matthias Rath, does not significantly dent team medal chances.
All three scored personal bests at Aachen, with Langehanenberg and Sprehe scoring in the mid 80 per cents in the freestyle kur to music.
[stuff.co.nz] ”You have to love keeping it in the family!” pronounced Lyndal Oatley when she heard her cousin Kristy was joining her on the Australian Olympic equestrian team to compete in London.
Some riders claim the selection process favours Kristy Oatley
But, in the world of dressage, the love didn’t spread far at all.
Instead, the selection of the two Oatleys – granddaughters of the billionaire Bob Oatley, a sponsor of grand prix events in the sport in Australia – has exposed bitter tensions at the perceived influence of wealth and patronage in the sport.
Kristy Oatley gained her spot at the expense of Hayley Beresford under a discretionary selection process. Yet, only two weeks ago, Beresford was ranked 111th in the world, well ahead of Oatley’s ranking of 283, as judged by the Federation Equestre Internationale. Both women represented Australia in Beijing.
Then, last Thursday Beresford confirmed form, too, was on her side, beating Kristy Oatley in Aachen in Germany – only hours before the Court of Arbitration in Sport, sitting in Sydney, closed the final legal door to her Olympic dream. She finished the event in tears.
”I am deeply devastated and at this moment cannot find the words to explain the selection process,” she said on Facebook.
Beresford last night told the Sydney Morning Herald Lyndal was clearly the best rider but that selectors were biased towards Kristy.
Other riders are speaking out, claiming the selection process was altered to favour Kristy Oatley, who was added to the shadow Olympic team after it had been finalised despite not having competed for……