The second of our 15 combinations that will be competing in the ULTRA-MOX STALLIONS AND PROFESSIONALS competition at Equidays is TINA FAGAN AND DROGON.
 
Tina went with a Game of Thrones theme with the naming of her two stallions, the first being named Drogon. This handsome bay is about 10-years-old and approximately 15hh with magnificent locks and lovely kind eyes. When he’s unsure or playful he likes to curl up his neck and snort, so represents his dragon namesake beautifully.
 
Tina has spent the majority of the past three months overseas, or busy with her family, so Dargon has only been handled 13 times out of the 92 days. He is now being consistently worked and they are making up for lost time. Tina is impressed with his gentle soul, his willingness and try, and how he looks for her for reassurance.
 
He is only at the very beginnings of his journey to being ready for Equidays and in the coming months she is hoping to start him under saddle. Already he is showing great power and movement for a wild horse and has also started lunging over jumps. She is very much looking forward to the next stage of his journey.
 
 
ABOUT TINA:
Brought up as a very determined independent and unique equestrian, Tina named her farm after her first horse and now the Starlight Farm brand is National and Internationally recognised through its very successful breeding program with Starlight horses and ponies representing and competing in both hemispheres.
 
Champion of both the KHH Stallion Challenges in 2015 and 2016, Tina is also known for providing very successful tuition and training to many, many students. Tina is a sort after clinician and Natural Horsemanship trainer that turns her hand to competition and helps students link the gaps between Natural and Traditional training systems.
 
Tina is also a dance teacher working alongside partner Marcus Ashwell at their Dance Studio ‘Dancewell Studio’ in Hamilton. They also have two beautiful girls Hannah and Twyla.
 
For more information about our sponsor Ultra-Mox visit Bayer NZ Equine or http://www.bayeranimal.co.nz