Susan Edwards Obituary, Death – Love Susan Edwards ♥ (1931-2023) Susan Edwards (MRS E), who had lived a full and happy life for 91 years, passed away in the early hours of April 9 after a lengthy and eventful life. Mother to Carl and Sarah Edwards, with whom she has shared a love, a wealth of knowledge, and support during their showjumping careers, while also collecting some amazing prizes with them and for herself along the way. during their showjumping careers, Carl and Sarah Edwards have won some of the most prestigious competitions in the world. The Edwards siblings, Carl and Sarah, have both had a lot of success in show jumping. Charlie Edwards’ ex-wife, who passed away before him (Grandad).
When Daniel and Harry Skelton’s grandfather won and prevailed in a number of National Hunt races and was ultimately awarded the title of champion rider, their grandmother was pleased to be there to witness each and every victory. They were able to watch Carmen and Will Edwards handle the showjumping horses day in and day out, and they would bring their mother rosettes when they were finished. Their mother was very proud of them.
The mother had a profound affection for all kinds of animals, but horses held a particularly dear place in her heart. She found great satisfaction in being around horses and taking part in a variety of equestrian competitions and events, such as eventing, show jumping, dressage, and the national hunt. achieving a third-place position in badminton back when it still had the steeple Chase and developing a number of horses who went on to compete at the greatest level; one of these horses was Seven Valley, who, when ridden by Johann Hines, won the European Championships. Other accomplishments include the production of numerous horses that went on to compete at the highest level; one of these horses was Seven Valley. Mom had a long and successful career with horses, during which she won several national titles. She also had the opportunity to watch her son Carl compete in the Olympics on a mare that they had grown together and named Bit More Candy.