BREMERVALE JUSTICE | 2005 WAHO Trophy Winner

G19886 - Chestnut gelding, 1992 (Rave VF / Bremervale Katische).
Breeder: Bremervale Arabians (Toft & Burgess)
Owner: Peter Toft

The Arabian Horse Society of Australia decided to award the 2005 WAHO Trophy to the first Purebred Arabian to complete the 2005 Tom Quilty Gold Cup Endurance Ride. Bremervale Katische was by Oxford Decimus and out of Bremervale Phaedra, of all “old-English” breeding, and Bremervale Justice is the proud product of several generations of home “Bremervale” breeding on the female side of the family.  Bremerval Justice was their most special, most travelled and most accomplished friend. 

Bremervale Justice is one of the leading advanced endurance horses in Australia. Apart from his achievement in the 2005 Tom Quilty Endurance Ride, where he was ridden by Abdullah Chamis Ali Saeed, he has for many years been a very consistent winner both in Australia and overseas, winning three medals for Australia: Team Gold in France 2000, Team Bronze in Spain 2002 and Team Silver in UAE 2005 at the World Championships.  He has competed in endurance rides in New Zealand, America, Europe and all states of Australia. Bremervale Justice competed in the 2005 Tevis Cup in California USA with Penny Toft and they crossed the line 17th place.  It was one of the toughest rides due to the extreme heat.  In 2009 he competed with Alexandra Toft at the FEI Junior & Young Rider World Endurance Championship in Hungary for 17th place.

Bremervale Justice was also Top Ten Arabian Ridden Gelding at the 2006 Australian National Championships and at the 2006 Tom Quilty Gold Cup he was first Heavyweight and Best Conditioned when ridden by Warwick Toft.  

Bremervale Justice passed away in September 2017.  Alexandra Toft writes "He was most often ridden by mum, though also gave others some wonderful rides. My favorite moment with him was cantering out on the last loop in Hungary; I was the youngest rider on the oldest horse, perfect.  His final months were spent living freely around the stable barn, often showing himself into the feed room. Justice was a happy chappy, always neighing out hello with his short little ears pricked. "