THE Longines Royal International Horse Show proved to be a huge success for Team Supreme Products riders and producers.
Sue-Helen Shuttleworth and Del Boy V kicked off the winning streak, taking the Skewbald & Piebald Native/Traditional Large Ridden Pony against tough competition.
Alexandra Hollings took second on Saafi Bright Spark in the Skewbald & Piebald (Plaited) Small Ridden Pony while mum Penny Hollings claimed seventh in Skewbald & Piebald Native/Traditional Large Ridden Pony on The Pied Piper.
Team Hollings also had two top placings in the 143cms Show Hunter Pony section. Alexandra Hollings and Logs Master Amigo claimed fourth place and Alice Greenwood took sixth place with Greylands Stardust owned by Lorna Fitzgerald.
Alice Greenwood and Crafton Touch of Gold was also on great form for Team Hollings winning the BSPS 148cm Show Pony Championship.
Robert Walker made the headlines winning the Lightweight Hunter Class on Hitman owned by Jill Day and finishing second in the Middleweight Hunter section on Pride & Joy, whilst son Sam gained a third place in the BSPS Lead Rein Pony of Hunter Type riding Annandale Phoenix.
Continuing his good form Robert also headed the Lightweight Cob section before going on to take the Cob Championship with Jill Day’s Chesterton.
Simon Charlesworth and the Stanley Grange Show Team took the Hack Championship on Sarah Carey’s Large Hack, Pearly King while Sarah Challinor won the 122cms NPS M&M Working Hunter Pony Championship on Pumphill Buckthorn.
The Katy Carter Show Team were in superlative mood with daughter, Poppy, starting the show with a fourth place in the 122cms Show Hunter Pony Championship riding Woodend Matilda.
Poppy then won the BSPS 128cm Show Pony Championship with Rotherwood Rainmaker and the BSPS First Ridden Pony Championship with Megland Jaunty before going on to take the prestigious Dick Saunders Supreme Ridden Pony Championship with Rotherwood Rainmaker to round off a brilliant six days.
Sue Helen-Shuttleworth and Del Boy V in winning mode.