Prazer eyeing up the Sylvia Loch’s flowers presented to her at the Lusitano Breed show 2017
Photo © Sarah Philpott
Pen-llyn’s Cai and Duque at the MCI Qualifiers – qualifying for Paris!
Photo: Simon Armitage
Tetuã – Mid-Summer Night
Photo: Suzanne Kempe
Memories from Watching Trooping the Colour
Watching the superb coverage of Trooping the Colour sent a wave of proud emotion of the various times my Luso Tetuã took me onto Horse Guards Parade, the Mall and the Gates of Buckingham Palace as did Jenny Myerscough’s Violetta in 2016. Phioto: Paul Ruffle.
I stand with GREAT BRITAIN
We are the UNITED KINGDOM.
I stand with London (6.6.17)
I stand with Manchester (22.5.17)
I stand with GREAT BRITAIN
I stand with my people
I stand with my country
I stand with my culture
I stand with my heroes who have won 2 wars
I stand with my emergency services who protect and save us every day
I stand with my family and friends who are strong and proud and just
I stand with the stranger in the street whose name I do not know
but who loves this country as much as I do
I stand with the pensioners who paved the way for us to have what we have
I stand with the next generation our children who will make our future great
I stand with those who don’t work and those who do
I stand with all of you who love our country
and now I stand with the Grenfell Tower disaster (14.6.17)
now in Portugal with those dreadful raging fires in the Forests near Pedrógão Grande (17.6.17) ………
‘Bobbie’s Broken Arm Golegã’
On the last night of Golega 2016 it suddenly poured with rain, Richard and Bobbie Chamberlin took shelter in the Veiga cassetta and this lovely horse came and shared the shelter next to them.
He was such a gentle soul and stood close and very happy in a crowd of about 75 people.
This gentle soul was none other than Varão da Brõa, who delighted the crowds at Olympia
being ridden bridleless by Manuel Borba Veiga. Especially comforting for Bobbie who had recently broken her arm.
Emily Evans with Fado at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. (Photo Jo Monck Photography)
‘The Portuguese horse in the English Countryside’
Rebecca Turner with Divertido (Photo © Fleur Churchill)
Thank you to the Pen-llyn Lusitanos for this photo
“They can keep the rosettes, where’s the polos?” by Sue Whitmore
Photo: John Sutherland
Luso News – Essential Reading!
When the Luso News arrives, I have to admit I spend more time sitting down
in the ‘little boy’s room’ reading.
Photo © www.blueinfinity.co.uk
Calling all Lusitanos!
Evangelico (aka Blue) with Jade Clark
Evangelico was one of the very few Lusitanos at the Winter Dressage Championships last week.
He had a win, and 4th at Elementary and Reserve Champion at Medium level.
Photo © Hoof Prints Photography
Zimbabwue & Prazer
It’s wonderful to see two handsome Lusitano gentlemen greet each other for the first time. Somehow, one feels there is a common bond – a recognition of a shared heritage… a proud Portuguese past.
Both of these stallions were born in Lusitania, both come from a distinguished pedigree – both know they are special!
Thank you to Sylvia Loch for your contribution and Anthony Osmond-Evans for the photo.
Distraida and Grace Donaldson at Windmill Farm.
Photo copyright Paul Ruffle Photography
APSL Team – Equitana 2017
The Portuguese WE display team featured
Miguel Fonseca – Habil de Sena,
Gilberto Filipe – Zinque das Lezirias,
Mario Lopes – Satelite
Eduardo Almeida – Andaluz
Photo courtesy PK Photo Co.Ltd.
Who wants to clean this one??!!
‘Could someone come and sort me out ‘ !
Thank you to Amanda Birch and Emma Fletcher
Helen Dalgaudio’s Stuie, the Mudlark
Samantha Fulton’s Reliquia enjoying Winter Sports
‘Miles & Miles of Sand’
Leigh Smith with Calida
on Belhaven Bay, part of John Muir country park, in East Lothian, Scotland!
Young Charlotte enjoying a sit on Lusitano Sasa. The photo of Cassy Gadsby, her husband Chris and Lottie was taken during their recent visit to Pine Lodge, where Cassy had a lesson on Sasa. Also featured in Horse & Hound magazine.
Sasa had a very distinguished career competing in European and World WE champs with a few different riders before Holly retired him from competition after he won the advanced WE class at the 2015 Luso Breed Show.
Mirror mirror on Windmill’s Wall. Distraida is 8 years old and the kindest mare I’ve come to know – Grace Donaldson.
…. from the stables of Alexandra Downing.
Just checking the Cattle – Doing what Lusos do so well – 18th Jan.2017
A Merry Threesome this time – 7th.Dec. 2016
Olivia Pile’s Xaile being
|‘Horse Warming Party’
Antonio Monteiro Borba (EPAE) and his wife Tatao came to visit Andy and Jacqui Sharland along with some friends for a ‘horse’ warming party (as opposed to ‘house’ warming). This is a photo of Antonio, Jacqui, her friend Innes and their two 5 year old lusitanos – Gallardo & Goya. Jacqui is the only non-Portuguese in the photo.
|New Kid on the Block
Justine Armitage with new stallion Don Soberano and his uncle Xique de Tramagueira for his first outing since being imported last week. He was having a lesson with Stephen Clarke, who loved him.
There’s nothing to match Luso Therapy 21st. Nov. 2016
Grace is very young girl, who is out there fighting cancer. She couldn’t go to ‘Your Horse Live’, so she let me take her cuddly pony instead to have photos and signatures done. The pony got quite tired and it was soon time for bed! … but not before she had a cuddle with Geoff Billington, a pirouette with Charlotte Dujardin and supper with Lorenzo.
Here she is with two of Lorenzo’s Lusitano horses.
It’s fun wading through the Autumn bracken on a Luso! 3rd. Nov.2016
The Weekly Photo feature is a changeable post featuring topics relating to member’s Lusitanos.