Tornesch fantastic one-eyed stallion retired

Malin Baryard-Johnsson fantastic one-eyed stallion Tornesch is being retired.
His owners, Helena Hugoson-Feldt and Thomas Felt, announced the 16-year-old’s retirement on Facebook.
“Thank you so much Tornesch for all the wonderful moments you have given us, your rider and Sweden during your career at the highest level in this sport,” they wrote. “We are very happy to have Tornesch back in our stable after eight years in sport at Malin’s place.
“Thank you Malin for taking very good care of our stallion. Tornesch will now continue with breeding both in Sweden and in France and also be a schoolmaster for both our daughters.”
Malin has been riding Tornesch for 8 years, competing in many international showjumping event at the very top level. Tornesch and Malin built a fantastic partnership. They were victorious with the Swedish team at the Nations Cup competitions in Falsterbo 2010 and 2012.
Further the pair took part at the European Championships in Aachen (2015) and Madrid (2011). As well as the three World Cup Finals; Lyon ‘2014), Goteborg (2013) and Leipzig (2011).
The last international competition of Baryard and Tornesch was the Olympia Horse Show in London. The pair finished with 2 clear days.
Malin paid tribute to Tornesch on Instagram: “Tornesch, thank you for eight fantastic years and every magic moment you have given me! After hundreds of rounds, thousands of jumps and uncountable hours of training together we became best friends and partners. I’m forever grateful and you will always have a special place in my heart. Good luck with everything and think of me sometimes.”