A quick trip to Bury Farm is a winning one

The team made a flying visit to Bury farm last night to give the older horses one last outing before they head off to Spain. It was a very late night but definitely worth the journey with Louise winning a very fast 1.30 with Julia Cruden's Dakar RS and also picking up 3rd with yard favourite Chamberlain Z. David was also in good form with Julia Cruden's impressive 7 year old Keoki and his own Cognac V jumping double clear.

The team now have a busy few days preparing for Spain where they will be taking 10 horses including two for DLS pupil Anya Jackson who is currently training with Louise and David. Lola will be staying in Sussex with the young horses and be competing them locally whilst the older horses are on tour.