Will Rawlin Eventing (WRE Partnership)


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Aston Le Walls
Aston Le Walls

Back to work the normal day job following a great week at Badminton

Tenz and Camee de Muze both ran very well in the Intermediate at Aston le walls with Tenz finishing 7th in his section despite my mistake in the show jumping which cost him a clear round and as always great cross country and much improved dressage. It was lovely to have Tenz's owners with us to watch and see how he is progressing.

Camee de Muze did a very accurate test to score 21.8 lying second going into show jumping and proceeded to continue his double clear run with a fast run cross country before his 3* long at Bicton taking the win.

Mackenzy also had a good run in the Novice ahead of his run at Bicton 2*L with a good double clear to finish 10th, whilst Cullion Womanizer didn't have his best day despite an improved dressage but sadly had a stop SJ and also XC but then stormed round in his usual fashion.

Burnham Market
Burnham Market
Burnham Market3
Burnham Market

A good weekend with all three horses doing very nice double the sun!

This weekend was also interspersed with celebrations for my 30th Birthday - It was lovely, with no actual competing to do on the Saturday, that we were able to get off site and go to the Beach.

Ballycoog Breaker Boy (4*S) did a good test but we fluffed a change which was costly as they are double points in that test, but the rest of his work was good. He then did a great show jumping round and accurate cross country round which was planned to have some time penalties.

The Partner (4*) did a good test for him and great to have his show jumping back on form following Thoresby and he just felt mega on the cross country track.

Camee de Muze's dressage didn't go according to plan - this was his first stay away and he was a touch over excited. However, he more than made up for it with his excellent jumping both sj and xc.

Also, Well done to Marianna Sawyer, who completed her first 3* with a great XC round.

Next outing at Kelsall with the youngsters and then 7 rides at Cirencester over the following weekend.

A big thank you to Hannah Cole for the fab photos as always.


Gavin Scofield

Gavin is an internationally renowned Equine Osteopath, who has been in full time Equine practice for over twenty years . Gavin has worked with Will for about 15 years, since Will was still riding ponies! Gavin has refined and developed Osteopathic technique to develop a unique way of working which has pushed the boundaries of what is possible therapeutically, allowing the patient’s body to achieve greater benefits from manual medicine. This subtle approach is specifically tailored to work with the innate homeostatic /self correcting reflexes within the body, including the postural centres of the brain. By appropriately stimulating these areas, on many levels, it is possible to help the equine FUNDAMENTALLY change patterns of tension within their muscular-skeletal system. This allows not just a release of tensions, but a PERMANENT change in postural balance, improving biomechanical function, especially movement. This improved postural balance can not only optimise the equine’s movement potential but has also been seen to help improve physiological function and psychological issues.

Gemma English
Equine Dental Technician, ,

Gemma has worked with Will since 2016. We had met Gemma through Rupert Smith - a long standing EDT who worked with our horses. When he retired Gemma was the obvious person take over their care. Since becoming fully qualified Gemma began building a business and reputation for excellent dental care which was further excelled in 2016 by taking over from Rupert Smith. Gemma covers mainly Northamptonshire and surrounding areas with the occasional locations nationwide by special request. The client base is diverse in terms of the variety of equine disciplines and all levels within them which Gemma finds important to full fill a more in depth understanding of equine needs. A chosen career in the very specific field of equine dentistry was fuelled by a lifelong love of horses, the requirement of attention to detail and an overall compassionate approach with the desire to improve welfare and performance. Gemma has been and remains a full member of the BAEDT (British Association of Equine Dental Technicians) since 2015. In 2018 Gemma was elected onto the council and served the Association for 3 years gaining valuable industry insights but mostly helping to promote equine welfare, professionalism, training and public understanding of equine dentistry. Gemma graduated in 2013 from Hartpury University obtaining a degree in Equine Dentistry whilst being an apprentice of Grant Chanter from the years 2011-2015. Gemma successfully passed the BEVA/BVDA Equine Dental examination in 2015 to become a fully qualified Equine Dental Technician.

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