The following squad has been selected to represent Great Britain under the title sponsor banner of Team NAF in the Young Rider European Championship in Samorin, Slovakia. The competition takes place between the 8th – 13th August 2017 at the x-bionic® equestor sphere.
Leonie Aitkenhead, aged 19, from Gainsborough, Lincolnshire with Clane K, a 10 year-old bay mare owned by Beverley Aitkenhead
Millie Allen, aged 19, from Stockton-On-Tees, Cleveland with Balou Star, a 12 year-old bay stallion owned by Udo Oppermann
Amy Inglis, aged 20, from Haywards Heath, West Sussex with Wishes, a British bred 9 year-old chestnut mare owned by Claire Inglis
Emily Moffitt, aged 19, based between Great Britain and the USA, with Hilfiger van de Olmenhoeve, a 10 year-old bay gelding owned by Poden Farms
Jake Saywell, aged 20, from Newark, Nottinghamshire with Havinia van de Roshoeve, a 10 year-old grey mare owned by Rachel Gascoine
The Young Rider Team medals will be decided on Friday 11th August and they will compete for their Individual medals on Sunday 13th August. The Chef d’Equipe accompanying the team will be Tony Newbery.
For further information on the show and full results once the show is underway, visit www.xbionicsphere.com/en/equestor.
British Showjumping would like to thank NAF, title sponsors of the Senior Nations Cup Teams along with the Children, Junior and Young Rider teams.
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The GBR showjumping teams are supported by the British Equestrian Federation’s World Class Programme, funded by UK Sport through the National Lottery. The Programme focuses on identifying talent, developing potential and maximising medal-winning performances on the world stage.