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MAUREEN HALL

Mom, Maureen Hall is actually a re-rider, returning to the sport after almost 20 years out of the saddle.   She returned to riding in 2004 in preparation of the Dude Ranch vacation, and caught the bug again.

In 2005 she purchased a 17 hh 5 year old Clyde/Hackney Gelding she named Prodomus of Prospect.  Prody, as he is affectionately called, was actually trained to drive as a Commercial Horse, but at age 4 ˝ it was decided that he was too big for his team and his riding career commenced.

By the end of 2005 Maureen decided that in addition to eventing with Prody, she really wanted to advance her dressage and the addition of Stephanie Jensen to the training fold provided the perfect opportunity to do so.

Through the 2006/2007 winter, dressage began to take a greater focus in training with Prody and Maureen – they seemed to really enjoy and excel in the training.  An unfortunate accident at the beginning of the 2007 season at their first event, where Maureen broke her leg, was the beginning of the end for eventing for this pair.  However it also became the beginning of more dedicated dressage training once back in the saddle.

In 2008 Maureen and Prody competed in several National “Gold” Dressage Shows with FEI Dressage Rider Stephanie Jensen’s guidance, culminating in a 5th at Cornerstone and the CNE Classic in Level 1.  

In 2009 Prody and Maureen solidified their Level 1 work with scores of 66% and 63%, placing 3rd and 6th at Cornerstone's Gold Spring Classic.   They finished the year with a consistent level 2 training and working on level 3 movements. 

Maureen also enjoys breeding, training and showing Canadian Sport Horse Draft/Warmblood Crosses  and Hanoverians as well as grooming for her sons at their horse trials.   Another favourite activity is when the whole family goes on a family hack to a local conservation area for the day.

In 2010 Maureen will now begin training Prospect's Bravestrom - a Prospect bred 2007 Canadian Sport Horse Gelding as her next  dressage horse.   2016 saw Maureen and Bravestrom go down the centre line at Prix St. Georges under the coach of Melanie Thomson.   To follow their progress go to Prospect's Bravestrom

New mount for Maureen in the spring of 2014 - Prospect's Britannia - 2010 CSHA Mare by Prospect's Bravestrom, out of Been Jazzin bred and raised at Prospect Equine Farms. 

2016/2017 - Brittania and Maureen are becoming a solid first level team training second level.  For More information - go to Prospect's Britannia.

Maureen is the President of Hotel and Leisure Living Services Ltd.  which operates the business "Hotel Fun 4 Kids".  Go to www.hotelfun4kids.com for more information.

 

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MITCHELL HALL

Mitchell Hall, 24, has been riding under the guidance of his coaches Karin Davis and Michele Mueller until mid 2013.

With his coaches' help he has taken his mare - Prospect's Ebony - from a green horse in 2006 to a winning event horse capturing two events in 2007 and participating and completing in the Ontario Horse Trials 2007 Championships.

In 2008 Ebony and Mitchell placed 3rd at Checkmate with the top junior dressage score, 1st at Grandview, placing at other events and again participated in the championships.

At the end of the 2008 Mitchell started the training of his next up and coming mount, a 6 year old 17.1hh Belgian/TB Mare - Asper of Prospect.

Asper has already been introduced to eventing and at the last event of the 2008 season - Grandview, placed 6th in Entry out of 14 entrants. Her dressage marks were very impressive and bode well for the upcoming season.

2009 saw Mitchell and Asper really begin to form a wonderful partnership with top dressage scores, 6th placing at Canterdown, 3rd at Lanes End.

In addition to Mitchell's eventing and dressage, he has also participated in Canadian Pony Club activities including as a member of the 2007 National Prince Philip Games "Masters" Championship team.  As well Mitchell qualified for Canadian Pony Club National Jumper finals in 2008.

Mitchell and Asper had a Great 2010.  In August of 2010, just after Asper and Mitchell qualified for the Pretraining Championships by receiving a 3rd at Grandview's August Event, the decision was made to sell Asper and find a younger mount for Mitchell.  Asper sold the day she was put on the market and is now training at Ute Busse's Farm as a Dressage horse.

Mitchell is currently attending Trent University majoring in Environmental Science and assisting with the training and Showing of our Draft Cross Prospect Sales horse.

Mitchell has just welcomed his new mount Prospect's Free Spirit - a 2008 Hanoverian/TB Mare bred by Quebec 3 Day Eventer Peter Barry.  "ALLIE" is by the Hanoverian Stallion Freedom Z out of Liberty Spirit (Catherton Liberator X Mille (Primitive Rising)).  This chestnut mare was bred to be a 4* eventer and we are really excited to see what the future holds for this team.

2012 - Mitchell and Allie have spent the winter getting to know each other with lots of hacking and some dressage lessons with Karin Davis. 

In May 2012 Mitchell and Allie attended their first show - a Bronze Dressage show at Bluestar. While she was a little spooky, she handled her first outing in a busy environment very well. By the end of the day they relaxed and settled.

Training with the help of Ian Roberts, Judy Hodgkinson and John Hobson for jumping while their regular Coach Michele Mueller participated in the Olympics and continuing with their dressage coach Karin Davis through the spring and summer of 2012 along with a few entry events proved to lay a great foundation for this pair.

With their first event at Grandview and their second at Dreamcrest, where they got their first placing at 5th.
Allie and Mitchell also participated in the Canadian Young Event Horse Competition placing first in the 4 yr old division with some impressive comments from the judge on her ability.

The balance of 2012 was a training and learning year for Allie and Mitchell with Michele Mueller. Training over the winter with Karin Davis for Dressage and Michele Mueller for jumping have the team ready for 2013.

Allie and Mitchell completed their first combined and Horse trial at Pretraining in May 2013.

June 2013 - Mitchell graduated from Trent University with a Bachelor of Science Honours in Environmental Science

2014 - Mitchell and Allie completed a number of events at Pre-training throughout 2013 and 2014 as well as working on their dressage over the winter months. They started training with Melanie Thomson for Dressage and Ian Roberts for eventing.

In May 2015 it was decided that a foal would be great from Allie and while she enjoys a relaxed motherhood, Mitchell has taken over the reins of Prospect bred Belmont - our homebred 2011 gelding - training him for eventing.  For more information  their progress go to Prospect's Belmont

2016 saw the birth of Allie's foal - a filly and future eventing star - Prospect's Amelia.  Mitchell and Belmont also completed 2 events at Entry successfully in their continued training.  Allie is coming back to work at the end of 2016.

 

 

Prospect's Free Spirit

STEPHEN HALL

When Stephen started riding with Stephanie Jensen and Michele Mueller as coaches in 2006, his pony, Prospect's Oasis, was a green pony that was a bit of a challenge for the new rider.

Through great patience and consistent instruction from his coaches, the pair developed into a wonderful team. Sadly, in the spring of 2007 it was realized that Stephen had outgrown Oasis and Stephen needed a new mount.

Along came Prospect's Petronus - a 14.3hh 6 yr old gelding that was being used by his brother Mitchell as a games pony. "Pete" as he is affectionately known, became Stephen's best buddy in 2007.

While still used by Mitchell for Games during 2007, Stephen, with his coaches' assistance was able to foster great confidence in this pony to produce an awesome small gelding with expressive dressage abilities culminating with a 4th place at Grandview in October 2008.

As boys tend to continue growing, so too did Stephen outgrow Pete and the search was on for a new mount. As luck would have it, since Mitchell moved to a new mount Prospect's Ebony no longer had a rider.

Tentative at first, Stephen began riding his brother's previous mount Prospect’s Ebony and they have now established a great bond that has produced fantastic results in 2009.

Stephen has been able to advance Ebony’s training with their coaches' assistance and they are beginning to work on more advanced dressage movements. This partnership is sure to go to great heights. 

Highlights of their first season include 2 first place and one 2nd place finish at their first three events of 2009.

Ebony and Stephen Hall were Reserve Champion Young Rider for the 2009 Challenge Series at Pretraining.

In addition to Stephen's eventing and dressage, he has also participated in Canadian Pony Club activities including as a member of the 2007 and 2008 National Prince Philip Games "A" Championship teams.  As well Stephen qualified for Canadian Pony Club National Jumper finals in 2008.

2010 was a transition year for Stephen.  While he worked at training some of our sales horses and we searched for a new competition mount. 

In August 2010 a new mount was finally found for Stephen.  Prospect's Lillian, a Selle Francais joined Prospect Equine Farms.   This 2005, 17.3hh mare is by the stallion Ilian De Taute.

To learn more about Lilly and Stephen's journey go to Prospect's Lillian as they progress to the preliminary division of eventing under Melanie Thomson for dressage and Ian Roberts as their eventing coach.

2016 also say the arrival of the hanoverian foal Vienna - a future eventing star for Stephen.



 

 


 

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