Chilli Knight (Alfie)


168 cm
Year of birth


Chilli Knight (Alfie)


Chilli Morning
Berl- Brand


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My Badminton 2024 round up with Chilli Knight (Alfie)!
My Badminton 2024 round up with Chilli Knight (Alfie)!

Photo Credit: Hannah Cole Photgraphy

Not the result we were hoping for this week leaderboard-wise but we have a very happy, healthy, none-the-wiser ginger pony who is an out and out winner in our eyes… 🧡
He tried SO hard to jump out of Huntsman’s and he would have actually won without the flag penalties too 😬
He showjumped unbelievably around a really technical and tough track for one light touch, I was so proud of the way he jumped today.
I am so very fond of this little horse, he might not be the flashiest or fastest but he has the heart of a lion and gives me everything he’s got every time we compete.
One day I will do it… I’m so determined to win on the greatest stage in the world. I’ll just have to keep at this eventing malarkey for a bit longer won’t I?!

We’ll re-group and go again at the next one!
A HUGE thank you to my whole team, I can’t say it enough - without them, none of us would have been here this week - they are quite phenomenal.

Special thank you to Alfie’s owners Chris and Lisa for their ongoing unwavering support.

To Charlotte for caring for Alfie’s every need and my husband Gaz for constant encouragement.
All my family, my girls and my friends, you’re all a massive part of it. Thank you 🙏🏻 🥰

Cross Country day was quite a day!
Having to wait so long to jump round the biggest track in the world is never fun, but my team and I had our plan and Alfie and I arrived at the start box feeling prepared and 100% ready to trust in each other!
Getting this horse back to 5* has taken a village and all I wanted to do was bring him home safe for them all 🧡
Having said that he never changes no matter where he is, the little monkey went on to prove me wrong yesterday and was WILD out there!
It wasn’t my most stylish round and there were places I would have liked to have had a little more control, but that’s what we got for having him fitter than he has ever been, he absolute ate it all up out there - what a horse!
While our 15 flag penalties were annoying and dropped us out of the top 5, I have a healthy, happy ginger pony having jumped around one of the toughest Badminton courses I have ever seen!
Alfie thinks he jumped clear - so we’re not going to tell him otherwise! 🧡🧡

A HUGE thank you for all of the lovely messages, pics and videos we’ve received - they’re all gorgeous - thank you!

And to Charlotte Overton who has looked after both me and Alfie so well this week, Alfie’s owners, personal assistants (my incredible team), our sponsors and my amazing family - thank you for supporting us - we’ll head out today to complete and look forward to the next one ☺️

Back to day 1, Dressage!

Where do I even start with this incredible horse?! 🧡
Alfie was an absolute dream to ride wherever we are… even in the main arena at Badminton!!
He might not be as flashy as the likes of London 52 or Valegro but he always tries his very best and allows me to ride every single movement, step and blade of grass.
I couldn’t have been more proud of him, he just went in there and did his thing and sat us in =10th going into the Cross Country 🧡

(To be in the top ten after dressage was a massive stretch goal of mine 🤭🫣)

Charlotte Overton had Alfie looking out of this world today - there is absolutely no way we could have got him here without her or the rest of my incredible team - their attention to detail and commitment to the horses is utterly amazing 🙏🏻

What a weekend at Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International Horse Trials!
What a weekend at Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market International Horse Trials!

We managed to put the struggles of the last few weeks behind us and had some great runs on some very special horses!
First up was Cooley Park Muze owned by the Rex syndicate who had his first intermediate run and lead from start to finish with a super classy performance to take the WIN what a horse for the future 🥇
Then Chilli’s Jester owned by Chris and Lisa Stone and Chris and Chris and Clare Mathias, and Cooley Couture owned by Pru Dawes were in the Novice. Both horses gave me such beautiful rides and finished on their good dressage scores for 3rd and 8th - they are such classy young horses.
Chilli King, also owned by Chris and Lisa Stone and Chris and Clare Mathias, was up next in the 3* he produced a super test and finished on it with a beyond classy double clear for 5th out of well over 80 competitors. This horse reminds me of Spike, his gallop is unbelievable, with so much scope and bravery. So exciting 👀
Last but definitely not least was Chris and Lisa Stone’s Chilli Knight who was having a prep run in the 4*. He performed a lovely test and a foot perfect double clear with planned time faults to give him a nice fitness run, keep him in one piece and to keep our eye in ready for that “pony club” event next month!!
We could have been right up there with the leaders but I chose to keep it steady (much to Alfie’s disappointment!) and wait to unleash him in a few weeks time.
5 horses 5 double clears and 5 brilliant XC rounds, feel like I’ve retrieved my mojo and am so excited that the rebuild is starting to come good.
Thank you so much to Musketeer Events for putting on a brilliant event and organising such superb weather! It was like being in another country☀️
Huge thanks as always to all my team and my owners for being so very supportive - even through the rougher bits!
Thank god for some good results 🤪
📸 Hannah Cole Photography

A great start to the 2024 eventing season!
A great start to the 2024 eventing season!

📸 Hannah Cole Photography

Good first run back at Tweseldown with all the gingers 🧡 (even if they were slightly fresh and pretended they had never jumped on grass before! 🤣🤣)
Strangely someone said to me my god all your horses look the same - that could be because I actually had 3 full brothers and a half sister at Tweseldown this weekend!
Chilli Knight, Jalapeno & Chilli King were all having a very steady run in the OI on Saturday - there are some very exciting things in store for them this year!
The lovely Chilli’s Jester then won his 100 section on Sunday! This horse has come back from a very near death experience so it’s just incredible he’s back bouncing and so happy to be out. He’s such a massive talent for the future.
Also well done to my stable jockey Hannah Lavender for a lovely DC and 4th on Tillingbourne, another ginger! 🤣🙈
A huge thank you and well done has to go to the Tweseldown organising team who had so obviously worked incredibly hard on the ground to give us the best possible footing!