Segersta Equestrian

Mads and Sir Adam ready for finals of LiveArena & DressagePower Grand Prix Tour

At the national competition at Djursholm, Mads and Sir Adam competed the Grand Prix and the Grand Prix Kür with great results. This competition was also the last change to qualify to the final of the LiveArena & DressagePower Grand Prix Tour.  These two are really a match and with only a few months together they managed to take the second place in the last Kür with over 70% and are now ready for the finals that will take place at Linköping the 28th of October. The whole team looks forward and we hope that Mads and Adam will keep up this good work.

 

 

New horses for sale

Our business is growing and new horses are arriving and at the same time being sold to professional juniors and seniors. Some of them are now available on the website for both picture and video. Also updated videos for our competition horses, so have a look and and contact us if you are interested in buying your future star, regardless of level or age.

We just got a super nice horse gelding, perfect for a high aiming junior and future young rider. Soon on website.

Sir Adam third place in FEI Grand Prix

This weekend Sir Adam and Mc Queen went for the national competition in Kimstad. Mads was really happy with Mc Queen in both Prix St: George and Int I. She is doing stable and nice rounds and she is only improving at home. Fun to see this equipage in the future!

Sir Adam improves more and more, and him and Mads did a very good job in the FEI Grand Prix and came on third place. They also did a super test in the Grand Prix Kür second day, and it looks like this horse will be one for the future. Adam is also FOR SALE! So if you are looking for a passage/piaffe master, don’t hesitate, contact us right away.

National competition at Hogsta

This weekend was the national competition at Hogsta. Mads rode Mc Queen SEQ and Siv Birgerssons nice horse Samoa both days in Prix S:t Georges and Intermediaire I. Samoa did a super test first day and together they took third place in PSG. Second day Mc Queen stepped up and came on third place in Int. I.

Our stable manager Annie Ryhnell also competed with Bodjaragranta SAG or Gabbi as she´s called. It was their first Int. I and Annie was happy with the feeling that Gabbi gave her.

Next competition will be Kimstad this weekend.