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Mark Todd Eventing


Foxhill, Swindon
Badgerstown is set on the edge of the Marlborough Downs. The property was created by Stan Mellor the first National Hunt jockey to ride over 1000 winners. In 2002 the Colthurst Family from Cork acquired the property and turned it into an equestrian establishment. Bought Badgerstown in 2012 and moved in immediately after the London Olympics, currently in the process of updating the facilities. We have over 30 stables, staff accommodation, all weather full sized menage, all weather & grass gallops, cross country course, post & railed paddocks. The cross-country schooling course and gallops are open for outside business with plans for further improvement. Over the winter more schooling fences were built to give a wider range for clients. The water complex is excellent and there are several portables that are moved around so that the course is dynamic and ever changing. I will be holding cross-country clinics whenever I get a gap in my schedule.

Facilities

24hr onsite supervision
Designated lorry parking
Excellent off-road hacking
Floodlights on school
Horse walker
Hot water washdown
Individual turn out
Lunge Pen/ Separate school
Non-individual paddock turn out
Onsite communal tea & coffee facility
Onsite cross country
Outdoor school 20m x 60m or over
Stabling
24hr onsite supervision
Designated lorry parking
Excellent off-road hacking
Floodlights on school
Horse walker
Hot water washdown
Individual turn out
Lunge Pen/ Separate school
Non-individual paddock turn out
Onsite communal tea & coffee facility
Onsite cross country
Onsite gallops
Outdoor school 20m x 60m or over
Stabling


Onsite Professionals

Sir Mark James Todd, CBE is a New Zealand horseman noted for his accomplishments in the discipline of eventing, voted Rider of the 20th Century by the International Federation for Equestrian Sports, He won gold medals at Los Angeles (1984) and Seoul (1988) Olympics, the Badminton Horse Trials on four occasions, the Burghley Horse Trials] five times, and as a member of New Zealand’s Eventing team he won gold medals at the World Championships in 1990 and 1998 (Rome), the European Championships in 1997, plus 20 or more other international events, and numerous other international individual and team titles. In New Zealand he has been honoured with the 1998 Supreme Halberg Awar as New Zealand Sportsperson of the year and inducted into The New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame. Todd and fellow equestrian Andrew Nicholson, are the first New Zealanders to have competed at six Olympic Games. Awards CBE, MBE Double Olympic Gold medals Knighthood in the 2012 honours list



Disciplines we cater for

Dealing and Sales
Dressage
Eventing
Livery - Competition
Show Jumping

Connections

Fiona Runciman
Business


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