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Huszti (16hh Hungarian Stallion)


Bill Noble suggested she try him as he was owned by a working pupil in his yard who was too tall for him, The minute she sat on him she knew he was gorgeously right for her. One week later, a legal exchange took place between two 4 year olds. Brugs became the owner of Huszti and a big stallion she was riding at the time left for pastures new.

In their first year together, Huszti and Brugs never went to a show without winning a class. Huszti was out of Novice after just six shows, skipped Elementary, qualified for the Regionals at Medium at the first attempt, was reserve Midlands Champion at Advanced Medium and at Prix St George was 2nd at Hickstead in the Southern Regional Championships.

Brugs lent him to a young rider Penny Brinsley who was selected to go to Barcelona in the Young Riders Team, where he was placed in every class. He was also borrowed to go to county shows and used in the Young Riders Quadrille. Because he was so small, he was always to be found bringing up the rear. nobody could believe he was a stallion! He won grading points at Intermedaire 1 & Intermedaire 11 and qualified for the National Champs which he, unfortunately, never attended. He only managed to compete in one Grand–Prix, which he was placed in, before he died at 11 yrs old.


Affectionately, Brugs remembers:

"Huszti was so different from Spotty. He was a gentle, quiet chap, but very sensitive to ride. He had manners to spare. The smallest person could ride him anywhere and he was so comfortable! I cried & cried when he died and it took a while for me to ride again. He is totally irreplaceable. I loved him so much"

Huszti PSG