Super Irish stallion Cruising dies at age 29

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Sad Equestrian World comes from Ireland where the McCann family of the Hartwell Stud has released Equestrian World of the death of the famous stallion Cruising. The horse died on Sunday 7th September at the age of 29.
Cruising was one of the most famous show jumping horses from Ireland and reached the highest level with rider Trevor Coyle, winning competitions like the Aachen GP in 1999, GPs in Dortmund and Lucerne in 1998, San Marino and Wolfsburg in 1996 and World Cup stages in Millstreet and Geneva in 1998.
In team events he stood out in the Nations Cup in Dublin 1997, in Rotterdam in 1996 and then Calgary, Dublin, Aachen in 1995 and Modena in 1994.
Son of Sea Crest, he is considered to be one of the most important stallions of the 21st century and his sons were top choices on the market of sporting horses: Flexible of Rich Fellers (horse of the year in 2012), Mr Cruise Control, Larkhill Cruiser and also Mic Mac du Tillard that had stunned everyone at the European Championships in Herning with the Swede Angelica Augustsson.
Source: Horse Sport Ireland

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