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Calgary Tame on flying form at CSI5* Royal Windsor Horse Show
Calgary Tame on flying form at CSI5* Royal Windsor Horse Show

It was a great end to the week at the Royal Windsor Horse Show, with Calgary Tame taking the win in the final day's 1.50m Manama Rose Show Stakes. Calgary Tame was also 2nd in Saturday's 1.50m Defender Challenge Stakes.

Confu and Bisquetta joined Calgary Tame for the trip to London, with all horses jumping some great rounds.

Confu came 7th in Friday's 1.45m Pearl Stakes and 5th in the 1.55m Kingdom of Bahrain Stakes for The King's Cup on Saturday.

Bisquetta came 4th in Friday's 1.55 Defender Stakes.

Rome Gladiators take the win in Miami
Rome Gladiators take the win in Miami

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It was a fantastic show in Miami this weekend with Calgary Tame and Bisquetta.

As part of the Rome Gladiators Global Champions Tour Team with Lorenzo De Luca, Laura and Calgary Tame jumped a swift clear in the first 1.55 GCT competition to finish 4th and then backed this performance up with another clear round, this time on Bisquetta, to finish 3rd.

These performances, along with Lorenzo's clear round put the Rome Gladiators into the top podium position.

Thank you to ClipMyHorseTV for powering the Rome Gladiators.

Cedric inducted to the Showjumping Hall of Fame
Cedric inducted to the Showjumping Hall of Fame

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Cherry Knoll Farm's Cedric has been inducted into Kentucky Horse Park's Showjumping Hall of fame.

The Hall of Fame was established in 1987 and formally opened in 1989 to recognise legends of the men, women and horses who have made great contributions to the sport.

Cedric, who amassed over $2 million in prize money, helped Laura and the U.S. win a team gold medal at the 2008 Olympic Games in Hong Kong.

His partnership with Laura lasted more than 11 years, producing 81 clear and 45 double-clear rounds in major competitions of $100,000 or more.

Cedric is now enjoying retirement with his old U.S team mate, Lauren Hough's Quick Study.

Laura told Chronicle of the Horse:

“Cedric has been the horse of a lifetime for me. He has been incredible, and I’ve learned not to give up and to persevere. It took a long time as he was a little bit slower to develop than your normal grand prix horse. He’s been amazing, and I think I’ll never have another horse like him.”

You can read the full report here: https://www.chronofhorse.com/article/a-fond-farewell-to-cedric/