Hope Beerling Performance Horses
Hope Beerling from Cooroy, Queensland, Australia and her gorgeous horse Remi Down Under ('Aussie') have achieved at National Level from a partnership that began when Aussie was a 3 year old. Hope, together with her instructor have trained him from only knowing the basics, to now competing at medium level and training advanced. This year they have taken out Champion 6 yr old horse Brisbane CDI and Champion Medium Horse GCEC 2**. Hope in September 2018 won QLD Youth Dressage Championships Mitavite Medium Champion and Champion Medium Freestyle. At the 2018 Queensland Dressage Awards Evening in December 2018 Hope took home the Champion Mrs. O.M. NUNN Medium Young Rider of the Year and runner up Dressage QLD 6yr old Young Horse of the Year.
Hope began riding at the age of 2 on a little Shetland, later riding for Mondiso Park stud and honing her skills on her first warmblood, River, who she competed on in the Grand Nationals, placing Runner Up Child’s Hunter Hack and Runner Up Rider 15-17.
Having had a taste of Dressage, Hope knew it was what she wanted to do and is now with the Queensland Dressage Young Rider Squad. Hope Beerling is a dedicated and very talented rider who is fully focused on taking her Dressage dreams to the top.
Hope currently has the following horses:
Remi Down Under ('Aussie') - Owned by Hope Beerling
7 year old Hanoverian. Breeding Don Dancier/Londonderry. Competing medium and training advanced. Coming out Advanced at the end of the year. Aiming to get to Grand Prix.
MF Dance with Honour ('Horatio') - Owned by Hope Beerling
2 year old Warmblood. Breeding Don Dancier/Hector. Being broken in next year. He will come through the ranks whilst Aussie works his way up to Grand Prix.
Eden - Owned by Caroline Ball
Warmblood, breeding Londonderry. Aiming for a 2** in October. Training elementary/novice. One very talented horse and I’m excited to be a part of his journey.
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Hope is in the Queensland Dressage Young RIder Squad 2018 and 2019.