Woodlander Farouche’s breeder Lynne Crowden has given up her share in the megastar dressage mare.
The double world young horse champion, who has made a winning debut at prix st georges at the age of eight under Michael Eilberg, was jointly owned by Alison Walton, Lynne and the Eilbergs. Lynne has now stepped out of the ownership, saying she wanted to cut down on “training costs”.
“I am her breeder and can enjoy her without owning her,” Lynne told H&H. “A little shuffling around happened so that I could own her son Wild Child and Faraouche’s unborn Sezuan embryo transfer foal, which sadly turned out not to be there.”
Farouche has already bred two embryo transfer foals successfully, Wild Child and Walk On The Wild Side, and Woodlander Stud remains Lynne’s primary focus.