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Beth Underhill finds a base in Ireland

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A few months after ending her association with the Rain family, Beth Underhill took up residence at Coolmore Stables, one of the most prestigious racing teams in the world. However, the Canadian discipline will not change, as she will be responsible for managing the show jumping training of Alice Wachman, the granddaughter of the owners of the structure. “Sian O'Connor (The Irishman has been supported by the Watchman family for many years at the head of Carlswood Stables, about two hours away from Coolmore Stables, and trains brothers Tom and Max, editor's note) I was called and asked to come to Ireland to work with Alice, the youngest daughter of the Watchman family. This sounded like a fantastic opportunity and I was really keen to work with Cian and his Carlswood facility. So here I am!”The four-time medalist at the Pan American Games was announced in an interview horseplay. Currently, the main goal is to develop Paula, the horse of seventeen-year-old Alice Wachman, who grows up to 1.45 meters. On a sporting level, Beth Underhill currently has no high-level potential.

“I am delighted that Beth Underhill has joined us in Ireland. Beth will run Coolmore Show Jumping Stable in County Tipperary as Stable Manager, training horses and working with riders based there. I am delighted to have Beth's experience and professionalism join our expanded team.” Sean O'Connor said on his social networks.

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