Amateur Riders Off to HOYS at the TSR Summer Show!

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Colour Me BadTraining & Preparation was the key to success for  TSR Pathway Riders taking part in the Master Class Ride Off! 42 Pathway Riders from across the UK converged on the TSR Summer Show at Onley Equestrian Centre, Rugby to take part in the TSR Master Class Ride Off. It was their big chance  to be selected for one of 4 places in the TSR/HOYS Showing Master Class with trainer Michael Eilberg on the 9th October at Horse of the Year Show, NEC, Birmingham.

Equestrian Life readers Jane Rawden, Jessica Cheetham, Macy Dugdale, Leeane Oliver, Elli Cooper, Bryony Percival, & Michelle Findlay all did incredibly well to be selected for the Ride off beating over 150 talent spotted riders. On the day they all performed amazingly in their age groups and set the standard high. The selectors Jo Winfield FBHS BRC Director of Training, Mrs A Leaver Trainer & panel judge & Miss S Bosomworth top show & dressage rider had a hard job. The four places were eventually awarded to:

9 – 14yrs group – Anya Hitt from Somerset
15-25yrs group – Georgie Lewis Roberts from Worcestershire
26-39yrs group – Rachel Cowan from Buckinghamshire
40yrs plus group – Jenny McElhinney from Sussex

Pathway Riders in the Rosettes!
Macy Dugdale’s Mum, Kerry Towns had a great show on her Riding Horse Mollys Gibside Song taking the TSR Central Region Wunderrugs Supreme Championship. Rachel Cowan won the TSR Central Coloured Final on So Sweet. Michelle Findlay was 3rd in the Coloured Pony on Penrock Puzzle Power. Leeane Oliver and  Roslin Star Attraction won the TSR Central Intermediate Final and went on to be Reserve in the TSR Central Wunderrugs Members Supreme Pony Championship. Andrea Guy from Nottingham was 2nd on her coloured horse Killowen Victor.
The In hand classes were well supported with over 20 horses forward for the Team Wood Show Horses £750  Amateur In Hand Supreme. This went to Hannah Miller Burton’s Colour Me Bad based in Bedfordshire and Reserve went to Jennifer  Turner with So Stylish.

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