Jessica Cheetham, aged 10 riding Treworgan Dambuster competed at Lincolnshire county show in the Colne Mountain and Moorland First Ridden, Horse of the Year Show qualifier, gaining a very good third place, getting highest confirmation mark of the class 47/50. This combination continue to go from strength to strength and always in the ribbons.
Amy Ashworth had a great day showing in hand with Mrs Jennifer Stamp’s Betws Hedd in the Section A Stallions. They won and went on to be section A champion, his son also won the section A foals. In the ridden’s Amy was a very respectable 3rd place on Mrs Stamp’s Belchford Caitlin in the Welsh D Horse of the Year show qualifiers and also taking highest placed mare.
It Was All In The Gallop
It was definitely a case of practise makes perfect for Eve Duggan. Following on from their 3rd place at Royal Windsor Horse Show in the Novice Working Show Horse, they entered the class at Lincolnshire Show. Commented Eve “the novice Working Show Horse was a very busy class and we were the first to jump; we jumped a beautiful clear and Madge gave her second ever ride judge a lovely ride. We also went in the Open and she jumped better than ever but unfortunately clipped the last pole but we were still eligible for the championship with our win in the novice. We made a great account of ourselves and did a fantastic gallop which clinched us the championship!”
Local rider Emma Mrvik riding her own Pumphill Brandon took a very respectable 10th place in the Dartmoor/Exmoor/Shetland HOYS qualifiers. Not bad considering they had been just at Royal Cheshire the day before melting in the heat to take a 9th place.
Katie Jerram-Hunnable, riding Mrs Kim Cox’s Royden Sweet William took the Small Hacks, qualifying for Horse of the Year Show for the first time. They then went on to stand Reserve Champion in their section behind Sarah Carey’s Pearly King who took the Large Hacks qualifier. Only a few weeks earlier Katie and William stood top in the small hacks at Rutland Show to qualify for the Royal International.
Mrs Ann Drabble had another successful day taking top spot in the Hunter Yearling class with Skye’s Valentino. Bought last year, he is by Hallmark DS from the Dalcote stud out of a jumping/hunting mare. This win makes it a hattrick for Ann, who won the yearling class at Nottinghamshire County Show and Midand Counties before heading to Lincolnshire Show.
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