Two of Irish showjumper Peter Charles’s top horses, Carnavelly and Corrada, are for sale, and Hampshire-based Peter will ride them at only two more shows, Royal Dublin and Hickstead — where he aims to win his third consecutive Derby on Corrada.
“Paul Stamp and Jes Neilsen, who have been wonderful owners for the past nine years, have decided to dissolve their partnership and Carnavelly and Corrada are therefore for sale,” said Peter.
Another horse, Mulligan, whom Louise Pavitt rode at the recent junior European Championships, is now at Andy Austin’s yard to be sold.
The decision does not affect the horses owned by Denise Stamp. These include her home-bred Amber Du Montois, who will be ridden by William Funnell in the British Nations Cup team at Royal Dublin tomorrow.
The mare’s half-sister, Nova Du Montois, remains with Andy Austin, who will also retain the ride on horses jointly owned by himself and Paul Stamp.
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