The Partner (Conquer)


165 cm
Year of birth


The Partner (Conquer)







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Caught on Camera - by Catherine Barr - amazing sequence of photos were sent
Flying the cross country in front of Blenheim Palace
So pleased with the test
That shine!
Dad watching from the side (eye's shielded)
A little loving before the trot up
The Partner being presented to the ground jury
The Partner making a good job on what he finds difficult
The Partner doing what he does best! Somerford Park OI 2021

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A Few Testimonials

Sharon and Holly Bishop Parkfield Breeding - Owner As breeders and producers of high quality Event horses, Parkfield Breeding absolutely understands the importance of working with only the best partners. The full team at Will Rawlin Eventing (WRE) epitomise the attention to detail required to allow every horse to perform to the best of their ability. Be it consistency of routine, the quality of training or planning ahead. And perhaps most importantly, giving every horse confidence and affection both on the ground and in the saddle. Our horses mean a great deal to us! Thus having a relationship based on trust with a rider means everything to us. Will keeps us updated and we are actively involved in each horses’s journey. The family nature of WRE means attending events is great fun and we always feel valued and well looked after. We would have no hesitation in recommending Will for all of the above reasons. Furthermore we believe he is a talented athlete on his way to great things and we are excited to be a little part of that journey. *** John Bowen - International Coach I have been working with Will as his coach since he was 12 years old. I was immediately aware that he had a talent as a rider, and have enjoyed helping to develop him into the Young Professional that he has become. Will has a thorough understanding of the correct training principles, and producing the Event Horse as an all round athlete. In short, Will is a talented athlete, who is a pleasure to work with, has a bright future ahead of him, and is an ambassador for the Sport of Eventing *** Fi Apthrorp - Owner Having seen Will ride since his early teens he stood out to me as something very special. My daughter gave up her ride and Will was the person I wanted to see have the ride instead. In my opinion, he will be one of the top event riders in the country one day. He is an extremely dedicated, hardworking person who shows exceptional maturity for his age. It’s about the bigger picture not the immediate wins that is important to him and he always puts the horse first.

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.

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Fantastic Local Event.
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Fantastic Local Event.

We had a short trip up the road to Cirencester Park for two days competing.

Day one was Ballycoog Breaker Boy in the OI. He pulled out one of his best results with a 25.2 and double clear to stay in 2nd from start to finish. He was consistent in all three phases still with areas of improvement.

The Dominator PFB was making his international debut in the 2*S. He produced a much improved test compared to recent events and was able to have time and relax more in the big arena. There were a couple of obvious blips that marred the score. Despite that it was a very encouraging start to the weekend.

Day two The Dominator PFB returned for his jumping phases. He had a clear show jumping which was great but was a little distracted at times as this was his first occasion with a crowd and marquees due to Covid. His confidence in the XC grew as we went round and this was his best round yet. He covers the ground effortlessly and we were clear inside the time. We finished 15th out of 70 - all very close and only a better dressage would have improved his placing.

V.I.P Vinnie , in the advanced, did a very good test and was lying 4th after dressage, despite me coming out feeling slightly deflated by it. One of the judges has suggested that I take more risk particularly with my medium and extended work. I will give this ago at Aston and see what happens!!!
He did a super double clear and came home with some time to finish just outside the top 10.

The Partner was also in the advanced, but sadly he came out fresh and tense, so the test was a question of making the best of what we had on he day. Unfortunately warming up for the show Jumping Mum noticed he had a cut on his front leg below the fetlock. As a result we had to withdraw as we were unable to sort it in time to run and we didn't want to risk an infection, therefore causing it to be worse. He had a boring day waiting for the others to compete as he had an early dressage.

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