DetroitHorses produced and sold by Bill include:

Bill Levett and Silver Night Lady, Salperton HT  2014

 

. Detroit is a lovely novice horse who we have sold to California USA.

. Silver Night Lady, produced to Intermediate level and sold to the US to join Finn. She came from Ireland and was a joy to produce, a real favourite in the yard.

Bill Levett . Major Diamond Flight, an ex working stallion, started his eventing career in 2012 with Bill. Produced to Novice level.

Bill Levett. One Two Many NJ, bought as a 4 year old and produced to three star level. Winner of Hartpury 3* 2011. Placed on the Australian Elite Squad, Coco was named as a reserve for the 2012 Olympic Squad before picking up a minor injury which ruled him out of contention. A true championship horse.

Bill Levett

. Quick Decision NJ, produced to Novice level and sold to a competitive young rider in the UK at the end of his first season of eventing (2012).

Out of Touch II, produced to two star level, placing 10th at Houghton Hall in 2012.

Bill Levett· Venture Capital NJ, produced to Intermediate level and sold to a professional, placed top 5 at Blair 2 star and top 20 Boekelo 3 star 2011.

· Miracle Contender NJ, produced to two star level and sold to give amateur experience and take them up through the grades.

Uplala, produced to Intermediate level and sold to Norway, to a professional rider to continue to take her up the grades to fulfil her potential.

Bill Levett · Goodwins Reef, produced to Advanced and sold on behalf of a client to a fellow professional as back up horse for 2012.

· Time For Fun NJ, found as a three year old and produced to Novice level, sold to France, now competing successfully at 2 star level.

· Headhunter NJ and Bounce Back NJ, sourced in Ireland, produced to Novice level and sold to America, where they are now competing successfully.

· Blueberry NJ and Mr Mackenzie NJ were both successfully competed by Jenny. Due to a combination of work commitments and building work at Little Charingworth, they were sold on to local competitive amateurs to continue their careers.

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