Transfer Market: Old Chap Tame sold by Australian horsewoman Edwina Tops Alexander.
Clearly the performances from Lintea Tequila lately have convinced Australian horsewoman Edwina Tops Alexander that she can do without one of her prized assets: Old Chap Tame.
The selle française stallion arrived at her stables in September 2013 but has now been sold to Abdulrahman Al Rahji who is the understudy to Saudi Arabia’s Abdullah Alsharbatly.
Old Chap Tame comes with lots of international experience, and in addition to riding with Edwina Tops-Alexander and previously with Eugenie Angot (together, they won the Aachen stage of the 2012 Nations Cup), also competed with Dutch rider Gerco Schroder.
The sale is an understandable decision by Edwina Tops-Alexander, who wanted to cash in for the experienced 13 year-old stallion and son to Carthago, seeing as she can also rely on the extraordinary talents of Holsteiner Lintea Tequila and Zangersheide Heidi du Rousseau Z.
With Old Chap Tame’s departure, the horsewoman’s “dream team” is predominantly made up of mares.