Lucinda Fredericks

Lucinda Fredericks is a very popular addition to the Horse Radio Network family of co-hosts.  She  is one of the rotating co-hosts of the Eventing Radio Show and we will carry her tips here on Horse Tip Daily…

Bio:

For many budding event riders, to compete at a three-day event is their dream, for some, to complete Badminton, for Lucinda, her mantra for 2006 to ‘ride at a four-star well’. To ride well would hardly be a problem.
Lucinda has a three-day event record that spans being a member of Britain’s junior and young rider teams to taking the titles at Windsor and Blair two-star events and Blenheim three-star, often on more than one occasion. But she recognised a good four-star run eluded her.
In her twenties, she was admired for her ability to coax the one-paced Just Jeremy II around a four-star course (he was also scared of water!) and for her bravery in piloting Arctic Goose (he wasn’t scared of anything!).
But in her thirties, the need to make a living and create a home for her impending and then resulting family (Clayton and now three year-old Ellie) meant that while she had an eye for a good young horse, and the ability to produce it, she didn’t have the finances to keep it.
Four-star and World, European and Olympic horses like Springalong, Simply Red, Beacon Hill, Dalliance, Tina’s Gold, Lovell Lass and more were all produced by Lucinda, as was the advanced Azupa Gazelle with whom she was long-listed for the Sydney Olympics – in dressage!
For many budding event riders, to compete at a three-day event is their dream, for some, to complete Badminton, for Lucinda, her mantra for 2006 to ‘ride at a four-star well’. To ride well would hardly be a problem.  Lucinda has a three-day event record that spans being a member of Britain’s junior and young rider teams to taking the titles at Windsor and Blair two-star events and Blenheim three-star, often on more than one occasion. But she recognised a good four-star run eluded her.
In her twenties, she was admired for her ability to coax the one-paced Just Jeremy II around a four-star course (he was also scared of water!) and for her bravery in piloting Arctic Goose (he wasn’t scared of anything!). But in her thirties, the need to make a living and create a home for her impending and then resulting family (Clayton and now three year-old Ellie) meant that while she had an eye for a good young horse, and the ability to produce it, she didn’t have the finances to keep it. Four-star and World, European and Olympic horses like Springalong, Simply Red, Beacon Hill, Dalliance, Tina’s Gold, Lovell Lass and more were all produced by Lucinda, as was the advanced Azupa Gazelle with whom she was long-listed for the Sydney Olympics – in dressage!

Type of Tips:

Training

Listen to all of Lucinda’s tips.

Links:

You can visit Lucinda’s website at www.teamfredericks.com.

Hear Lucinda Fredericks co-hosting on the Eventing Radio Show.

Team Fredericks Facebook Fan Page

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