Bertram and Gun Powder (Econoon van het Lindehof x Caretano Z) finished runners-up in Saturday's Live Oak International CSI3* 1m50 Longines world ranking class. A solid debut for the exciting 10-year-old stallion.
Bertram continues he's success in Wellington. Yesterday he dominated the five-star $37,000 Bainbridge 1m45 speed class at WEF - Winter Equestrian Festival in Florida, taking first and third place.
Bertram and the young and talented gelding Go to Fortuna finished third in the Future Stars 1.45m Grand Prix last weekend at the Stephex Masters in Brüssel, Belgium.
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Bertram and the 8-year-old gelding Christy (Indoctro / Clinton I ), owned by Ballywalter Farms, finished 3rd in today's 1m35 for seven and eight year old horses at the CSI5* -W Lyon. Carlos Lopez (COL) won the class of 51 riders.
Bertram and the 8yo gelding Pacino Amiro (owned by Aiden McGrory), was victorious in Saturday's 1m45 feature class in CSI2* Kronenberg, Netherlands, last weekend. Photo Eva Van Den Adel
Bertram continued his winning streak in Wellington yesterday, winning the CSI4* "Equinimity WEF Challenge Cup Round 4" class of 54 on Ballywalter Stables' GK Casper and making it two wins from two starts in two days on the tour.
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We're happy to have the fifteen-year-old chestnut gelding Quiet Easy (Rory) back at Ballywalter Farms stables in Hunxe.Photo Stefano Grasso / GCT
Bertram makes his first FEI World Cup appearance of the 2018/2019 season in Verona this weekend. Picture: Therese Alhaug / Equipromotion
Bertram and Alberto Zorzi, presenting the Valkenswaard United team, finished as GCL runners-up yesterday, after having eight faults in the second round of the Global Champions League in Miami, while London Knights overtook the leading position.Photo Stefano Grasso/GCL
The first week in Wellington started the best way possible for Bertram and his speedy partner Quiet Easy, who yesterday won the CSI4* 1.40 class, counting 80 horse and rider combinations. Photo ® Sportfot
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Top Irish International Showjumper Bertram Allen is delighted to announce a sponsorship with Mount Juliet Equestrian, making the prestigious estate his Irish training base.
Photo: GCL / Stefano Grasso
Bertram and the grey stallion Hector van d'Abdijhoeve finished as runners-up in yesterday's 1m50/1m55 five star class at the Global Champions Tour show in Miami.