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Springfield Farm North (Sweden) and Springfield Farm South (Wellington) has been our base for the last three years.
To be based in Wellington, US, during the winter season provides a great base for training an competing and keeping both men and horses at top condition.
Since the Winter Equestrian Festival provides multiple shows and classes every day, it enables horses at any age to compete at their exact level for the purpose of growing their experience, developing their talent and taking them to the next level. The horses will learn more in these three months than what they would learn in half a year or even a year in Europe.
Being based i US during the winter is not only perfect from a training and showing perspective, but also for business purposes, Wellington is like the Wall street of equestrian sports. It’s probably the most competitive environment in the world of showjumping in terms of sport and business, so if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere.
Moving to Sweden for the sumer season, means bringing a fit and competitive string of horses ready for the European show season back from US.
Springfield Farm, Sweden, is the base for the sumer. Close to the continent, to Copenhagen airport and to big shows in the European region which is the heart of the Equestrian sports during the sumer.
All my life I have trained, studied and modeled the very best of my industry and other industries. By using what I have and what I’ve created, I’m achieving more and more goals and getting closer and closer to the top of the sport. But no matter how corny it sounds, if you want to be the best, you really have to believe that the sky is the limit! It’s like trying to imagine that the universe really is eternal! Because it doesn’t matter how much you have achieved, it seems you will never have enough, be good enough or perfect enough. It’s a never ending process. Medals, money and trophies are material, but it’s the road to success that really counts and gives you fulfillment.
Everyday I’m out there improving and innovating to achieve my goals and visions. I’m improving my riding, getting better horses, growing my business, getting owners, getting endorsements, empowering my team, improving my fitness, improving my mental strength, researching what’s be best food, what’s the best training system etc. to get to the top of my sport.
”Success is not about your resources, it’s about how resourceful you are with what you have”
– Tony Robbins
Competition is good for you and helps you push yourself further, but in the end, it’s gotta be about you because you can always be better than you were yesterday, regardless of what your competitors do or what anyone has ever done before you.
Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian of all time and man of many, many records said; ”I always wanted to be the first Michael Phelps”.
For the sport of showjumping I believe the future is bright and I would like to bring it to where it becomes worldwide known. Imagine if showjumping riders were worldwide household names, imagine if showjumping was broadcasted on NBC, imagine if CNN showed highlights from major competitions, imagine if riders got million dollar endorsements… That’s something I’ve always envisioned and a vision I hope will be a reality one day”
Being the head show groom, Victoria travels with Alex and the horses to shows globally and is also based in Florida with Alex during the winter season.
She has a background as a show groom (with Alex since 2014) and has previously worked for Malin Stiernswärd and Heiko Schmidt, as well as she has interned with Eamon Hickey.
She is educated in horse science and is a graduated groom from Flyinge, one of Swedens three national equestrian institutions.
Aisling is Head of Operations. Managing shows, planning, travel, orders and being the head of the staff she manages the Springfield Equestrian business.
Being the CEO and owner of Springfield Showjumpers AB for 30 years, training, producing and trading horses internationally, she is a backbone in the team and a great support in business as well in as in the daily operations.
” It is not a myth that people who work together can achieve lot more, than doing things self. I know that my team is one of my success factors and that they all play a major role for how far I will reach. The word “team” has a meaning, who I believe in; Together Everyone Achieve Miracles.”
Zidane came to our stables during the Wellington circuit 2014 and has been my third horse in the team after Cafino and Flecu. He’s a super fast horse, very careful with a sometimes very funny technique as he sometimes stretches out his frontlegs forward in the air like ’’Superman’’. He’s got a funny character, he’s a very happy horse and if he was a human he would be a professional actor, in the stall he will be looking very happy and ears forward and next minute he’s got a cross look in his face, but we all know he’s just trying to look like he’s angry but he’s actually really happy and wants to play the angry game!
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Flecu is my first horse in the stable and has been at Springfield Farm since October 2010. He was very successful as a young horse, he won a lot of classes as a seven year old and topped 2011 with a win in the 7 year old championships in Falsterbo. Last year was a vey successful year with Flecu, took many top placings in Wellington, Geesteren, Falsterbo and Dublin. He’s a horse with a wonderful character, and he’s the star in the stable but just the same – being a Swedish bred one could say that he’s the epitome of Swedish ’’lagom”, he’s moderate in his way of being and doesn’t go to the extremes. But just when you think like that, he will remind you every now and then with a few kicks or scraping on the boxdoor who is the boss!
Flecu is now sold to young talented rider Viggo Björklund, and we wish horse and rider lots of success and joy in the future.
Avon is a new addition to our team, although I rode him as a four and five year old at the stallion performace test in 2009, where he was approved as a stallion in Sweden. He’s since been competing with my brother, Daniel and Jens Fredricson. It’s one of those horses you look forward to riding because he’s so nice to ride and deal with. He is a very cool horse and aways up for the task, whether it’s a speed class, derby class or Grand Prix. I’m looking forward to see how far we can go!
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Cafino came to our stables in September 2013 and on the day one year later we went to the World Championships. That basically tells you all about what fairytale story it’s been with this horse. Cafino is without doubt the horse that has meant most for me and my career. He really made me believe time after time that I could do anything, jump clear in any Grand Prix in the world, go faster than what’s possible and get on one of the best national teams in the world. When you have a horse like him in your stable, it makes you and all the other horses raise their level, it’s kind of magic! Now he’s sold to the USA and will be competing with young Victoria Colvin and he has a great home which is very important for me. It was a very tough time to let him go as you ought to think that this might have been the horse of your life.
Contessa has competed successfully in 1.45 classes with the former owner, and is now ready to take on a bigger task. Contessa and Alex has already shown great progress and the future is nothing but promising for this high class mare.
Cordalis is a new horse in the Springfield Farm stable and very promising gelding, that is. He has a great history with placements and victories in classes up to 3* Grand Prix.
Cordalis is very talented and we look forward to be a team on his journey forward in the sport.
Waterford is one of the new stars in the stable. He is elegant and has an incredible will and capacity. He has shown great talent with his former rider Ebba Larsson, winning the 2015 Young Rider European Gold Medal.
Now, we are very grateful to have the honor to develop a horse like Waterford forward, and look forward to see what he can become.