Restart the Game with Jaime Baker

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Off the Track Sponsored Rider Angus Fraser

Angus Fraser

Angus Fraser has many achievements to his name as a junior rider on the off the track thoroughbred Impazzire (racing name Beerbohm Tree). In 2014, Angus purchased Impazzire as a 14 year old and the duo are now competing at 1.30m. In 2016, Angus and Impazzire competed at the WA Interschool Championships qualifying to represent WA at the Interschool Nationals. While there, they also competed at the Australian Show Jumping Championships in Melbourne. Since then they have taken out Champion Off the Track Horse for Ring 1 at State Championships in 2017 and the Patrons Cup weekend in 2018. Impazzire was awarded the 2018 Champion 1.10 Horse at the WA Interschool Championship, with the pair also winning the 1.20m class. At State Championships the duo won the State Junior Show Championships title. Angus and Impazzire have also had success at the Perth Royal Show in the Junior Jumper classes and the Yalambi Championships.

Jaime Baker

As a young rider, Jaime Baker has already shown outstanding results in eventing, having been selected in the WA State Interschool team twice on her off the track thoroughbred Bling in 2018 and again in 2019. Jaime started riding when she was just four years old on a welsh cross called Mickey. The ‘eventing bug’ was passed on from her mother, Brenda Duddy, who competed in the discipline. In 2015, Brenda bought Jaime three-year-old thoroughbred Bling (racing name Restart the Game) from Capel trainer Trish Roberts. In 2018, Jaime and Bling competed seriously for the first time in eventing, having a very successful year and finishing third in the Eventing 80 leader board. Jaime and Bling have also competed with success in dressage and show jumping. At the beginning of 2019, Jaime stepped up to the EVA95 and has continued to experience success, with two first places, three seconds, and a fourth. Jaime’s goal is to take Bling to Adelaide and compete in the international three-day event.

Kristie Morrone

Adina Park

Coming from a family of standardbred breeder/owners and trainers, Kristie Morrone has been in the pacing industry for over 25 years. During that time, she has trained a handful of standardbreds as a hobby with success, including a Group 1 winner. Kristie began showing standardbreds at breed shows 20 years ago, with her biggest achievement coming in her second year when she won a Supreme of Supremes with Admiral’s Christmas. This success helped curb the stigma about the breed, and he went on to win over 20 Supreme of Supremes titles.

Kristie and Adina Park currently have a large show team including standardbred stallion Mynameskenny, who is in his second season of showing. His first was extremely successful with Supreme wins at the Perth Royal, State Championships and Horse of the Year. A second member of the team includes AP Burlesque (racing name Wash N Spin) who has numerous led titles to her name with four Champion Mare and one Supreme Standardbred titles at the Royal, four State Champion Mares and a Supreme of Supreme title. She has had an amazing saddle career which began three years ago, where she won the State Championships in her first six months competing and has followed through with titles again in 2018 and 2019.

Adina Park also has two newcomers, including Asphasia, a young standardbred who at her first four shows took out the Supreme Standardbred title. The second is Walk On Friar, a young thoroughbred mare who has been lightly shown in-hand for her first season. This special mare has amassed a Grand Champion title at the Dual-Code Spectacular, Supreme Thoroughbred at the Perth Royal Show as well as three Supreme of Supremes and a Top Five from a handful of shows.

Linda Brenzi

Linda Brenzi is well-known for her efforts in assisting retired racehorses transitioning into their second careers post-racing. Linda started riding at three years old, her father had trotters and her uncle trained thoroughbreds, which meant Linda ended up with her first off the track horse at only 11 years old. Linda has always loved thoroughbreds as well as the training involved in re-educating them for other disciplines away from the race track.

Linda was working at the Northam races as clerk of the course when she spotted Light the Skies. Linda had shown the trainer interest in having him when he retired, however the lady who bred him had purchased him back. A few months later Linda followed up, and went to ride Sky. She fell in love, and the rest is history! Linda and Sky have since had a successful career in show horse. Having just turned 13, Sky is still as bright as ever, and Linda is hoping to continue to compete at a high level for the next few seasons.

Tegan Cook

Team Brocklesby

Brocklesby Eventing have been training off the track horses into eventers for over seven years, and in that time have taken in excess of 20 off the track horses. Some have been rehomed into other disciplines, others have produced as eventers and have found homes with pony club riders through to international riders. As well as this Brocklesby Eventing helps young riders that are producing off the track horses.

Brocklesby Eventing’s current off the track horses includes Moet, an eight year old 16.2hh Gelding by Discorsi who raced as Lyrical Discourse. Brocklesby Eventing took him on in September 2015 and he is now competing at 1* very successfully, having five starts for three wins and two seconds, with the plan of upgrading to 2* in the near future.

Another, Leroy, is an eight year old gelding who joined Brocklesby Eventing in December 2015. After arriving sight unseen from Kalgoorlie, he was he was given time to grow and fill out, but always had a quiet disposition and is now competing at EvA95 and will upgrade to 1* in the near future. In 2019 he had four starts for two wins, a second and a fourth, and has proven himself as a suitable juniors horse after he took a junior around the EvA80 at WAYER and he won the highest place off the track horse.

Golden Trade, or Bob as he is known around the stables, is a five year old 17hh gelding by Tradefair. Bob joined Brocklesby Eventing in September 2018. Bob still has some developing to do, but with time and education he will be one to watch with the plan to start taking Bob to some training days and low key competitions in the near future.

Jet Black, also known as Doc, is the newest member of the team,  a five year old gelding by Dick Turpin and stands around 16.2hh. After spending 12 months with an adult rider before coming to Brocklesby Eventing Doc’s training will continue before a start to his competition career.