Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum has announced the sale of her top horse Fibonacci. The 12-year-old Swedish gelding, with whom the German rider won team bronze at the Olympic Games last year but was eliminated in the individual rating will be ridden by US American Lillie Keenan in the future. For three years “Nacho”, so the For Feeling/Corland son was called in his stable, was with Michaels-Beerbaum. In 2015 they won team silver at the EC Aachen and some Nations Cups. “It is not always easy when a partnership comes to an end,” so Michaels-Beerbaum said. “But in this case I’m looking forward to seeing a new partnership begin. Now it is time for him to help a very talented young rider clear the obstacles in her path and achieve her dreams.”
Fibonacci was owned by the Artemis Farm as well as Meredith Michaels-Beerbaum. Now Cian O’Connor’s pupil will take over the grey’s ride. Keenan posted on her Facebook page that it were big shoes she had to fill but that she was looking forward to the new season.