Mulawa Performance Accolades | Dressage & Performance Horse News
Congratulations to Mulawa Performance on the outstanding results achieved at the 2017 Sydney CDI this weekend. Katharine Farrell & LUXOR 118 , after a few months off recovering from an injury, have finished the prestigious competition with an undefeated record. On Thursday, the pair scored 69.04 from the international panel to win the Mulawa Performance FEI CDI-U25 Intermediate II. The following day, LUXOR & Kate scored a 68.744 to win the Mulawa Performance FEI CDI-U25 Grand Prix. Today, making it a clean sweep and three for three, the pair returned to score an impressive 72.35 in the Mulawa Performance FEI CDI-U25 Grand Prix Freestyle, finishing with a very comfortable lead ahead of the nearestEquestrian NSW Dressage Awards
Exciting news from the annual Equestrain NSW Awards Ceremony! The highest honour of the night was ABER HALLO 29 winning the award for Dressage Horse of the Year. Along with ABER HALLO's prestigious award, Julie, Katharine & Jane Farrell were honoured as Equestrian NSW Dressage Owners of the Year. With high calibre performance horses such as ABER HALLO 29, LUXOR 118 and FURSTIN FRIENDSHIP competing with Brett on their behalf, Julie, Jane & Katharine have been regulars at Dressage events across the state this past season.2013 CDI Sydney | Mulawa Success
Mulawa is pleased to report success at Australia's premier Dressage event - the CDI Sydney. The star for Team Mulawa was LUXOR 118, an 11 year old Hannoverian gelding imported from Germany. With rider Katharine Farrell aboard, LUXOR won the Horseland FEI Young Rider Individual Test (CD-Y). Brett Parberry was also hard at work at CDI Sydney with ABER HALLO 29, a nine-year old dark bay Westphalian stallion also imported from PSI. The promising pair finished a strong third in the Mulawa Performance FEI Intermediate I (CDI) and the Needs for Steeds FEI Prix St Georges competition, as well as the Zilco Intermediate Freestyle CDN.Dressage with the Stars - Successive Success
For the second year in a row, Team Mulawa Performance was victorious at Dressage with the Stars, the 10th annual event in Werribee, Victoria. In the toughest competition for young Dressage horses on the continent, Arabian Warmblood mare SUGARLOAF SIRHARA was named Champion Five Year Old with an excellent score of 9.0 for Ridability from UK-based and South African born Emile Faurie. SIRARA was also the highest scoring Dressage horse of the show with an excellent score of 82.4%. On Saturday evening competing against both the champion four and six year olds from their respective divisions, SIRHARA was named Australian Young Dressage Horse Champion of Champions to the thundering approval of the crowd.