Early season boost with Baileys Jump Training

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BE image FrangibleThe second weekend of the 2014 Baileys Horse Feeds sponsored show jumping training series played out over the weekend at Houghton Hall (Cambridgeshire, 18th January) and Bishop Burton College (E. Yorkshire, 19th January).
Houghton Hall results
Bedford-based Minnie Jackson took the top honours in the BE80 first class of the day, riding her own Crannaghbeg Lad. The combination put in clear rounds to complete on a style mark of 17.5. Minnie who is 13 years old was over six marks clear of the runner up, Zozia Gryf-Lowczowska, also 13 years old, riding Dr. Barbara Gryf-Lowczowska’s Sappagh Lady who finished on a score of 24.0.
The BE90 section was dominated by 16 year old Charlotte Long from Ipswich with Morgan IV who finished on 18 points, three penalties ahead of 15 year old Lilly Raven with her own Killusty Boolagh Betty.
Jo Thorogood from Chelmsford won the highest level class of the day, the BE100 section. The 15 year old rider and her new horse My Newtown Clover put in an impressive performance to finish on a style mark of 12.5, just one point clear of the runners up 15 year old Lucy Care and Foxhall Forged Mischief.
Full results from Houghton Hall: http://www.britisheventing.com/asp-net/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=3991
Bishop Burton results
This fixture also boasted several winners in their teens with 15 year old Lucy Gilsenan and her ride Maddy IV kicking off proceedings in the BE80 level section. Lucy, from Scarborough, won the section with a style mark of 27 plus four jumping penalties to complete on a score of 31.0. Second place in this section went to local rider, 38 year old Joanne Lane from Driffield who was riding Walter VII; the pair jumped clear and received a style mark of 33.5. Lucy was also sixth in the BE100 class and fourth in the BE90.
Another 13 year old rider Helena Broadley from Ripon in North Yorkshire enjoyed good form at her first ever BE competition, winning the BE90 level JT class with Kilmurray Casanova on a style mark of 22.0. The pair were three marks ahead of runners up 35 year old Kim Broadbent and Greschurch Mowhawk who completed on their combined style mark of 22 plus four jumping penalties.
The BE100 JT section was headed by Becci Leigh Harrold with her own ride, My Harlequin lady. Becci is based near Hope Valley in Derbyshire and made the trip north worthwhile, taking the class with 26 points for style and a clear round. Last week’s Novice JAS winner at Solihull, 13 year old Connie Warde-Aldam, took second place on a score of 27.5, again riding the experienced former GB pony team member, Hotshots.
Bishop Burton results: http://www.britisheventing.com/asp-net/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=3989
The series continues this coming weekend; download a schedule and see full series dates for Jump Training and JAS on www.britisheventing.com/wintercompetition

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