Rural – Jersey Country Life Magazine

Local riders qualify for national dressage competition

 

Local Riders have qualified for the Dodson & Horrell Novice Open and Restricted Championship to take place at the National Dressage Championship in September

The Summer Regional Dressage Final has taken place at Sparsholt, Winchester (21-23 July). These Regional Finals have seen six riders from the region qualify and go forward to the prestigious National Championships which take place at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire on 17-20 September 2015.

Dodson & Horrell is once again sponsoring the Novice Championship as they have for the last 16 years, making this association one of the longest running in the history of the sport of Dressage.

In the Dodson & Horrell Restricted Novice, Lucy Jane Amy (17) from Le Mont Isaac, Jersey riding Rudy, Eleanor Peek (42)  from Alton in Hampshire riding Touch of Frost IV have both qualified and go forward to the Championship Final.

 

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