Brett Parberry & Victory Salute Win World Cup Pacific League
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About the Final, he said: “If we go we would need to leave the horse overseas in Germany, Holland or the U.S. until the World Games in September. I am not sure which place would benefit our campaign the most. Then there are the financial issues and our own business to consider.”
“My whole goal is to try and cement in the minds of the dressage community, firstly to myself but then to the international judges and public that we are a solid 70 per cent and above combination; the question is how best to do that considering our training plan and, of course, budget.
“I don’t feel I need to find a special trainer overseas. I am happy working with Caroline [Lieutenant, owner of Victory Salute]. That has been working well for us. Caroline has been fantastic; she is an owner, sponsor and trainer in one!
Second Rachael Sanna was eager to show what she and Bev Edwards’ 10-year-old Jaybee Alabaster they could do after missing the Australian National Championships in October.
“I was very pleased with him,” she said. “There were a few mistakes but that did not take away from how happy I am with the horse, it was a really good result.”