Tallahassee, FL: San City (San Remo-Bolero), a 7 year old Hanoverian stallion, is the "talk of the town" in eventing after winning the Red Hills International Horse Trial CIC1* in Tallahassee, Florida on March 10, 2013. This athletic stallion owned by Kathy Wooten Bryant and her mother, Linda Crabtree, was also 2011 Reserve National Champion in dressage at the USEF/Markel FEI Young Horse Dressage Championships at Lamplight and 2012 AHS Intermediate Eventing Champion. Featured last fall by Eventing Nation as an "up and coming young horse" in EN's Who's Got Talent, San City is proving his supporters correct as he led the competition at Red Hills from dressage on in a large field of competitors.
“The thing I love most about him is his say-yes attitude,” Katie said. “I’ve sat on a lot of horses and I’ve brought a lot of horses up through the levels. His willingness to do whatever I ask him to and never back down at a challenge makes him an incredibly easy ride. Even as a 4-year-old, I ran him through a little prelim coffin ditch with multiple questions. His ability to handle it and figure it out as a 4 year old was really impressive. I had my upper-level mare going at that time, and he was sitting on his hind end and setting up for the corner, whereas my mare would fly around the corner. He has this natural ability to set himself up. He’s always been that way. So that on top of the attitude makes my job a lot easier, and I always know that no matter the challenge, he’s going to go head first.”