Lucinda Green rides Spring Along

Spring Along fact file

Bay gelding, 16hh, 14yrs

Owned by: Daisy Dick and her mother, Caroline Dick

Stable name: Pod

Breeding: Irish, by Pallas Digion

Breeder: Willie Macdonald

History: Spring Along was brought over from Ireland by the Sussex-based dealer Donal Barnwell. He then sold Spring Along on to Clayton and Lucinda Fredericks, who, in turn, sold him to Daisy as a five-year-old

Record: 11th and eighth twice at Badminton 2004-2006; individual 11th at European Championships 2005; finished on dressage score to win world team silver 2006

Spring Along gallery

Daisy Dick and Lucinda Green with Spring Along
Daisy Dick and Lucinda Green with Spring Along

Lucinda Green enjoys a canter onboard Spring Along
Lucinda Green enjoys a canter with Spring Along

Lucinda Green is impressed by Spring Along's jump
Lucinda Green is impressed by Spring Along’s jump

Lucinda Green and Spring Along enjoying themselves
Lucinda Green and Spring Along enjoying themselves

Read Lucinda Green’s assessment of Spring Along in today’s eventing special issue of Horse & Hound (29 March, ’07), which also features an interview with top trainer Ruth McMullen, the best places to go cross-country schooling and advice on how to help your horse pass the final trot up at a three-day event.

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