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HAMMERSTREAM NEWS  MAY 2010

WELCOME

Welcome to Hammerstream News our new newsletter. Hammerstream Farm has been a livery stables since 1996 and became B.H.S. approved in 2003. Rob and Susie Gladders took over the running of the yard from Gill and Ian in 2002.
Hammerstream is set in over 100 acres of farmland, boasting extensive facilities including cross country jumps, 2 rubber arenas and undercover horse walker. There is all year round turnout, 24 hour supervision, internal and external stabling with automatic drinkers.


       
      

IN HOUSE AT HAMMERSTREAM
The point to pointing and hunting season is over for another year, so the horses are taking a well earned rest. Rupert is keeping Piran going over the summer by doing sponsored rides.
Eventing is in full swing with Jack and Des going well, Des coming 4th at Nurstead Horse Trials qualifying for the BE100 regional finals.

Susie and Jack


 

PERSONALITY PROFILE: DULCIE SANDERS

  • Dulcie has just celebrated her 17th birthday this week, beware other road users!! She has been at Hammersream for 5 years and has become an integral part of the team, being  invaluable on the eventing circuit as Susie’s number 1 groom!
    When she came she had Annie with whom she attained many rossettes and competed at Trailblazer show jumping finals at Stoneleigh. She sadly grew out of Annie ( who is now giving Mary fun) and has a horse called Cooper who she won her first dressage competition on and is soon to start eventing him.

Dulcie and Cooper


TEAM HAMMERSTREAM

There is a variety of equestrian interests at Hammerstream. Jane has just completed Bull Farm hunter trials on Lynsey, a former point to pointer, and together with Sara, Frances and Dulcie will be competing in the Ashford Valley Hunt hunter trials at Wittersham. As will avid hunt followers Phoebe and Rupert.
Steff and Carly are in training for the help the heroes half marathon and we wish them the best of luck.

(Left to right) Aimee on Roo, Grace on Ash, Phoebe on Foxy at a local hunter trial


 

At the races with King Cole, he had lots of admirers!

HAMMERSTREAM KIDS

Julia and Sarah will be busy this summer with pony club events, taking Charlotte and Mr Parker and Mary and Annie to lots of rallies and shows.
Holly is getting on very well with Oliver and has been practising for her gymkana races!

Holly and Oliver

 

 

HAMMERSTREAM HORSES

There is a variety of horses and ponies at Hammerstream, ranging from thoroughbreds to minature horses, cobs to warmbloods.
All of whom get along well and enjoy the Hammerstream way of life!

If anyone has any suggestions or photos for the next newsletter please let Susie or Jane P know.

 

 

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