Congratulations Kilimazing Kwanza Eastern Connemara Supreme Champion

21 July 2023

Simple System was delighted to sponsor the Eastern Counties Area Connemara Show 2023 at The Suffolk Equestrian Centre, Bury St Edmunds.

The sun shone and a good day was had by all. We were even more delighted to discover that the Supreme Champion of the show was a Simple System customer! Our congratulations go to Kilimazing Kwanza (Daisy) who is owned by Sarah Baker, ridden by Emma Last and presented in hand by Justin Hollis. 11 year old Daisy is fed Organic Lucie Stalks, Lucie Fibre Cubes, Total Eclipse, MetaSlim and Lucie Brix. Bred by Mrs Tango Fawcett, Daisy is by Eastlands Banker out of Kilimazing Dubh. Daisy won: 1st Intermediate Ridden 1st Open Ridden Ridden Champion 2nd In Hand Mare Supreme Champion Champion British Bred Connemara "She is a very special pony to us," says Justin Hollis. "She has the biggest most kindest heart for a pony, tries her heart out and always wants to please - although a real diva." The team are looking forward to furthering their dressage training and hope to qualify for HOYS. We wish them the best of luck and look forward to seeing their progress.

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