3* eventer TF Kreisler dies on California cross-country


Three-star eventing horse TF Kreisler, a 12-year-old Irish Warmblood, died on the cross-country at the Woodside International Horse Trials in California on October 8.

Ridden and owned by Canadian Sara Sellmer of Kamloops, British Columbia, “Brad” had a near-flawless cross-country round, his rider said.

“His giant, gangly lanky frame and is amazing quiet friendly personality was infectious. If you were lucky enough to meet him you could never forget him,” TJ of Lanzelot Eventing Stables said in a tribute to TF Kreisler.

“He was kind in every way. His goofy personality always overflowing. To know him personally however, was truly special.”

The combination went from training to three-star in just three years.

“Brad” was bred by Amy Dundas Head, who died in a stable accident before Brad was born.

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