After the World Equestrian Games, Kristina Cook was quoted as saying she “wanted to improve on bronze” and she did it in style at the European Eventing Championships in Fontainbleu, as Miner’s Frolic produced top form just when it mattered to secure not only a team gold medal, but also a coveted individual gold.
Blue Chip founder Clare Blaskey has a long association with Kristina’s family, the Giffords and sold her father Josh a horse called Southern Supreme to go jump racing. When she wrote to congratulate Kristina after her bronze medal success at the Olympics, it led to Miners Frolic becoming one of the leading international horses to trial Blue Chip’s innovative liquid joint supplement Joint RLF.
Already fed on Blue Chip Pro, after it became difficult to maintain his weight following diagnosis with equine gastric ulcer syndrome, Miners Frolic has continued to benefit from Blue Chip’s hugely successful Joint RLF, a success equalled when he and Kristina were crowned European Champions.
She said after the European Championships, “I was looking to improve on bronze and I’m so thrilled that I have. Miners Frolic is stronger and in excellent condition. He travelled well and finished still full of enthusiasm. It is the perfect end to a tremendous season.”