We are delighted to introduce our five chosen equestrians
who are part of our FIVE TO FOLLOW feature in 2012 –
this special OLYMPIC year!
Click on the pictures below to visit each rider’s own blog page
|We will be following their progress throughout 2012 and would like to wish them lots of luck for
a successful year…
(Also keep a look out for the following up & coming young equestrians in 2012!)
Name: Becci Harrold
Level competed at: CC1*
Current horses: Candy Blue & My Harlequin Lady
This year’s main aim: To get both my young horses to the 4yo & 6yo Lycetts Championships.
Long term aim: To complete Bramham U25 CCI*** and Chatsworth ***
Name: Edward Creamer
Level competed at: Intermediare I
Current horses: Korenbloem Santiago, Miss Sandro, Casanova HS & Fitlings Essence of Honey
This year’s main aim: To compete successfully at Intermediate II and ride a Grand Prix test with Korenbloem Santiago and gain regional & national qualification with other horses
Long term aim: To ride Casanova HS to Grand Prix, national titles, enjoy my horses!
Name: Ali Dane
Level competed at: CIC**
Current horses: Morris
This year’s main aim: To qualify for Advanced, establish ourselves at CCI**
Long term aim: To go as far as Morris can (3*/ maybe 4*?) and enjoy the ride!
Name: Laura Ridlington
Other info: Also seeking rides and sponsorship this season.
Name: Amy Turner
Location: Ipswich, Suffolk
Discipline: Affiliated show jumping
Level competed at: Competed up to 1.40 and European viewing trials
Current horses: Poker: Grade A, bay, gelding, 15 year old, my top horse jumps up to 1.40. Colormore Pompadour: Grade C, bay, gelding, 9 year old, I produced from a 5 year old, competes up to 1.25, my speed horse (for sale). Bloesem: Grade C, chestnut, mare, 6 year old, currently chasing double clears in discovery, newcomers & foxhunter, owned by Harry Bateman. Alcatraz Royal: Grade C, bay, gelding, 12 year old, keep him ticking over for an owner to jump. Skip: Grade C, bay, gelding, 7 year old, currently chasing newcomers & foxhunter double clears, owned by Kate Tilson
This year’s main aim: carry on competing my grade A horse Poker successfully around the bigger tracks to keep my points up to stay on the National Young Rider ranking list and to produce young horses (owners & mine) to reach the best of their ability and to go in the best way possible.
Long term aim:keep my owners happy and horses well looked after and fit through the use of professional schooling, regular hacking on roads and the use of a ‘Zamar’ & ‘Equissage’ to then gain further owners and rides.
If you would like to nominate yourself / someone you know for this section, please get in touch email@example.com