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FIS Prince Charming

F.I.S. Prince Charming
2004 16 h Gray New Zealand Thoroughbred Gelding

Nicknamed "Peanut" this amazing little horse is a flamboyant jumper with a big heart and a gallop to match.  Light as a feather and very fast, he eats up the cross country with enthusiasm and is great fun to ride.   Lisa's highest accomplishment with Peanut to date is competing at the 2015 Rolex Kentucky Three Day Event.


Peanut made his Advanced debut at Millbrook HT, where he had a top ten finish!  He was a rock star on the cross country, which was hilly and challenging for the little guy.  His second Advanced HT was at Richland Park, where he again sailed around the XC, proving his talent at this level.  He finished in 7th place among a group of very experienced horses.  After jumping well at the American Eventing Championships in September 2012, Lisa and Peanut ended the year at Chattahoochee Hills CCI2* by finishing second!


Lisa and FIS Prince Charming won the Advanced division at Red Hills in March 2013. Lying 3rd after a lovely dressage test, and with the fastest time xc in their division,  they produced a beautiful show jump round with only 2 time penalties added to their score to capture the blue ribbon!  At The Fork CIC3*, they were clean and fast on cross country and produced an impressive clean show jump round, one of only a few without penalties, to move up 30+ places in a very large division.  A top 20 placing, and excitement for the future was the result.  Peanut completed the CIC3* at Plantation Field in September 2013.  His cross country skills were on full display as he was one of the horses to successfully negotiate the dreaded water complex, that caused falls of 7 pairs out of the first 28, before it was taken off the course. 


Spring of 2014 brought Lisa and Peanut to the Jersey Fresh CIC3* where they finished 6th after a picture perfect XC run and just one unlucky rail.  The highlight of the spring season together was the Bromont CCI3*, where they skillfully conquered the XC without hind shoes, in the mud, and then show jumped clean to capture second place!


The 2014 season ended with Peanut completing the Fair Hill International CCI3* in the top 20.  He was brilliant on the cross country course with only a few time faults, and he recovered well in the vet box. Only one unfortunate rail cost them 10th place on Sunday.

Rosie's Little Miss Liberty

Rosie's Little Miss Liberty
2007 16.1 h Bay British Sport Horse Mare
Catherston Liberator x Rajacon's Rose (by Consul)

"CC" is a phenomenal jumper with power and scope to spare, along with a big stride and uphill carriage. She displays the best of her TB, Holsteiner, and Dutch breeding. She officially started her eventing career in January of 2012 at Rocking Horse HT with a 2nd place finish...only .5 from the blue ribbon!  

Surefire HT was CC's first recognized Training Level event, and she rocked the weekend!  The dressage went very well, with her score of 27.3 placing her in 3rd going into the jumping phases.  After a beautiful clean show jump round, the mare cruised around the cross country like a pro.  Her final placing was 2nd, this time just .4 from the blue ribbon!  

At Stuart HT, she was first to go in the dressage and had to share the warmup with a giant "aggravator" that was trying to soften the footing...airs above the ground was the result!  CC still managed to do a lovely test scoring 27.7.  She ran fast and clean xc and then was the first horse in the division to jump clean in stadium, finishing 2nd with less than half a point between her and the blue ribbon again!

In what seems to be a pattern, CC finished 2nd again in a tough division of Training at Millbrook HT. At the 2012 American Eventing Championships, she had another good weekend, with a top 10 finish among the best horses in the country.  She handled the crowds and excitement like a seasoned veteran.  

Lisa moved CC up to Preliminary in the spring of 2013. She won her division of Preliminary Horse at Poplar Place!  They were 7th at Five Points and 3rd at Morven Park, and then completed the Plantation Field CIC* in September.

2014 was an exciting year with CC winning a division of Preliminary at Fair Hill, finishing 4th at Virginia HT and then 8th at Surefire.  The big move up happened at Maryland HT, where CC earned 2nd place in her first Intermediate with a double clean show jump round and just a few time faults on a great XC run.  She had a phenomenal XC and show jump round at Millbrook, then rocked her first CIC2* at Richland Park, again clean jumping with just a little time. Lisa and CC earned 6th in the OI at Five Points with no jumping faults and .4 time on xc, then jumped clean again at the CIC2* at Plantation Field with 13.2 time xc.

Here is a video of the CIC2* Show Jumping at Plantation Field 2014:


October 2014 - CC completed the Fair Hill International CCI2*, which was a HUGE course and very challenging, with no jumping penalties and a few time faults.  


Kenzo de la Roque
1998 16.2 h Chestnut Selle Francais Gelding
Papillon Rouge x Vania de la Roque


Kenzo Rotator



Kenzo was a very talented three-star horse that Lisa produced from the preliminary level on up. He loved cross country and was a super careful show jumper. At the 2011 American Eventing Championships, he finished 10th overall in the Advanced Championship (9th for the US).  At his first CCI *** --at Jersey Fresh--he was 8th, which followed top placings at Advanced including:

14th CIC*** - The Fork
3rd - Red Hills 
5th - Rocking Horse
6th - Pine Top

Click here to see a video of Lisa and Kenzo at Richland Park 2010

Click here to see a video of Lisa and Kenzo - Cross Country at Red Hills 2011

Click here to see a video of Lisa and Kenzo - Show Jumping at Red Hills 2011


Following a suspensory injury and subsequent pasture accident, which injured his left eye, Kenzo was retired in May of 2013. Lisa will be forever grateful to this wonderful horse who taught her so much.

Rosie's Double Take

Rosie's Double Take
2006 16.2 h Bay British Sport Horse Mare
Welton Double Cracker x Rajacon's Rose (by Consul)



"Zoomy" started her eventing career during 2011 at the beginner novice level.  She moved up to Novice in January 2012.  This beautiful mare is an elegant, lofty mover, and has a huge jump!  Cross country is easy for her with her ground-covering gallop.


Her real talent is in the jumper ring where she really enjoys herself.  She has a huge stride, is very honest and brave, and plenty of scope for moving up the levels.


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