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EQ Life April magazine: Billy Raymont gets the chocolates

Billy Raymont Cera Cadbury Z © Jo Jennings

Billy Raymont and Champion of Champions Cera Cadbury Z.

© Jo Jennings / Australian Jumping


Billy Raymont gets the chocolates 

By Adele Severs

Queensland showjumper Billy Raymont had a fantastic show at Dressage & Jumping with the Stars, ultimately winning the five-year-old and six-year-old classes — and taking out the overall Champion of Champions class with the “unbelievable jumper” Cera Cadbury Z.

Dressage & Jumping with the Stars (DJWTS) saw many exciting performances in the showjumping arena, from newcomers and seasoned campaigners alike. Queenslander Billy Raymont, who’s enjoyed many successes over the years and represented Australia on the international stage, scored major wins in the young horse arena with two budding stars.

Billy won the five-year-old class with Tulara Dakchico, a 17.1 hand stallion bred by Mark Fraser at Tulara Warmbloods, out of Tulara Chico’s Girl and by the stallion Dakar. In the six-year-old class, Billy also tasted success with Cera Cadbury Z, by Christian out of Cera Calista. This 16.2-hand gelding is owned by Caroline Price and was bred by Cera Warmbloods — and it was this horse that was ultimately crowned overall Young Jumping Horse Champion of Champions.

Following the event at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre on 18-20 March, we spoke to Billy Raymont about the road to DJWTS for these two exciting young horses, how he felt they performed, and what his hopes are for the next 12 months...


Read the full article here in the April issue of Equestrian Life!





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