German Day Celebrations
OSS 60 YEAR CELEBRATIONS
Horse Riding @ OSS
ENDURANCE RIDE OSS PERFORMS AGAIN!!
On Farm Okaputa : 13 January : Bianca on Edl Aghbar Zeus came 1st in the 80km. 14 January : Bianca on Hurst Ramon came 1st also in 80km. Hurst Ramon also appointed Best Conditioned horse. On Odusa : Friday, 10 February : Bianca on Gadafi came 1st in the 100km. Gadafi was also the Best Conditioned horse. Saturday, 11 February : Bianca on Edl Aghbar Zeus came 1st in the 100km. At Sandune Lodge : Friday, 17 February : Bianca on Amaal came 1st in the 120km. She and Amaal won the trophy for the fastest 120km completed and Amaal was also the Best Conditioned horse. Saturday, 18 February : Bianca on Hurst Ramon came 1st in the 120km. Bianca participated in Portugal in a 40km ride where she came 15th of 60 riders, and she also won a trophy after completing a 120km ride.
On Xain Quas : 18 February : Timothy on Zabubega Shaker came 1st in the 80km. Saturday, 04 March : Timothy on Hurst Berk came 1st in the 80km. Hurst Berk was appointed Best Conditioned horse. On farm Okaputa : Friday, 03 March : Timothy on Hurst Mabrouka came 1st in the 40km. Saturday, 04 March : Timothy on Hurst Berk came 1st in the 80km. Hurst Berk was appointed Best Conditioned horse. On Sandune Lodge : Friday, 17 March : Timothy on Shalom Nafal came 1st in the 80km. Saturday, 18 March : Timothy on Zabubeka Shaker came 2nd in the 122km. On both the days his horses were appointed the Best Conditioned horse. Timothy also received a badge for completing the 6000km mark.
Timothy, Bianca and Maya Janbey, was chosen for the Junior World Championship Team that will participate in Italy in September.
During the weekend of 24 till 26 February, Jessica Kreiner, Ramona Halbich and Kayla de Wet participated in an Eventing clinic competition where Jessica came 1st in the 1m class. Ramona came 3rd in the 1m class. Kayla came 1st in the 80cm class.
Kayla de Wet, Maya Janbey and Jessica Kreiner participated in Azuluna, Harare, Zimbabwe as part of Leg 1 of the FEI Africa Cup. Other countries which also participated was South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Kayla and Maya participated Namibian Individual Riders and Jessica was part of the Namibian Shield Team. Here follows their results :
The riders had to, unfortunately, leave their own horses at home and participated on loan horses. They achieved excellent results in dressage and show jumping.
The Namibian team was the awarded the team with the Best Team Spirit.
Leg 2 of this same competition will be held in Otjiwarongo in August.
They work very hard, training daily to achieve good results. We wish them all the best!
At the Show Jumping tournament at Nubuamis, Windhoek, on 4-5 March, Kayla de Wet participated with 2 horses and came home with 2 second places and 2 first places.
Congratulations girls!! Keep up the hard work!