Parklane Hawk Death – A Two-Time 5* Winner, Has Died At The Age Of 22

Parklane Hawk Death

Parklane Hawk, the 5* winning companion of William Fox-Pitt of the United Kingdom, died at the age of 22. “Parker,” a Grosvenor-bred New Zealand Thoroughbred, was coupled with William for most of his international career, which spanned the world and resulted in two consecutive 5* victories, at Burghley in 2011 and Kentucky in 2012.

According to eventingnation.com, In the three 5* starts that followed, he finished no worse than fifth: third at Burghley in 2012, fifth at Badminton in 2013, and third at Burghley again in 2013. Catherine Witt, who owned Parklane Hawk, expressed her thanks for the memorable journey the striking bay horse had taken her on over the years.

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He retired at the top at the age of 16 and has spent the last six years as a horse with [Seacookie] and [Bay My Hero]..sleep tight, big man.”

The EN team extends its heartfelt sympathies to Catherine, William, and all of Parklane Hawk’s friends and family. Parker, thank you for the memories. Take a look back at William and Parklane Hawk’s 2012 Kentucky victory:

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