Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum has a new talent in her stable; Comanche 28 (Coupe de Coeur x Baloubet du Rouet). The eight year old gelding – also known under the name Coupido 2 – has for the past months been competed successfully by Angelica Augustsson. The pair had two very good Grand Prix rounds during the last month; first in the CSI3* Grand Prix in Vilamoura and then in the CSI3* Grand Prix in Liege.
Now Comanche 28 has been sold from Ashford Farm and Jos Lansink to Artemis Equestrian Farm that also owns Michaels-Beerbaum's success horses Fibonacci and Atlanta – as well as her talented seven year old Tequila de Lile that was purchased from Ashford Farm earlier this year.
To World of Showjumping Meredith comments: "I am very excited about Comanche. He is part of a new string of horses Artemis Equestrian Farm is building up for me, and will fit in very nicely between Fibonacci and Atlanta that both are nine and Tequila de Lile that is seven. I will take them all to Wellington to compete them at the Winter Equestrian Festival, and really look forward to that. This year I will be taking the time to build them up, all four of them are still young."
Artemis Equestrian Farm is owned by Jim and Kristy Clark, and Jim has already been a long-time supporter for Meredith owning horses like Shutterfly and Checkmate. "I am delighted to be able to make a comeback in the top sport with the support of Jim and Kristy! I am so appreciative of their confidence in me, and cannot thank them enough," Meredith says.
"We are very excited on behalf of Meredith and her fantastic owners, and believe that Comanche will be quite a special horse for them," Enda Carroll comments to World of Showjumping.
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