British Dressage announce Team GBR rider combinations for Le Mans CDI

The following horse and rider combinations have been selected to represent Great Britain at the Le Mans CDI, 19 - 22 October: 

Big Tour

Sarah Millis (36) from Horsham, West Sussex with Katja Kuistila’s Hofjuwel (dark brown, gelding, 16.2hh, 12yrs, Hofrat x Davignon I)
Louise Bell (46) from Banbury, Warwickshire with her own Into the Blue (roan, gelding, 16.2hh, 11yrs, Ublesco x Calvaro Z)
Henriette Andersen (54) from Nether Wescote, Oxon with her own Flavio (bay, gelding, 16.2hh, 12yrs, Florencio x Glueckspilz)
Kirsty Mepham (48) from Isfield, West Sussex with Rebecca Vinter and Anne Baldock’s Minain (brown, mare, 16.2hh, 14yrs, Idocus x Michellino)
Vicky Thompson Winfield (56) from Shermanbury, West Sussex with Samantha Francis’s Mango Jacaro (bay, stallion, 16.2hh, 12yrs, s. Rondeno)

Medium Tour

Maria Eilberg
 (33) from Redditch, Worcestershire with Penny Pollard, Hermione Black and her own Royal Concert (grey, gelding, 16.3hh, 14yrs, Royal Diamond x Continue)

Small Tour 

Maria Eilberg with Farah Al Khojai’s Sarotti 57 (bay, gelding, 16.3hh, 10yrs, Sir Donnerhall x Cagliostro XX)

Under 25

Ryan Todd (24) from Halifax, West Yorkshire with Julie Todd’s Charlex Eskebjerg (dark bay, gelding, 16.2hh, 16yrs, Carano x Midt-West Ibi-Light)

Young Riders

Amber Barton (20) from Bewdley, Worcestershire with her own Labiat (chestnut, stallion, 16.2hh, 13yrs, Le Primeur x Werther) 
Robyn Smith (21) from East Kilbride, Glasgow with Gail Smith's Foold Uz (bay, gelding, 16.1hh, 19yrs, Fulton x Caletto)
Rachael Hawkins (18) from Hassocks, West Sussex with her own Don Antello (black, gelding, 16.2hh, 18yrs, Donnerhall x Weltmeyer)


Jessie Kirby from Wallingford, Oxfordshire with her own Grayswood Orlando (chestnut, gelding, 14.2hh, 16yrs, s. Grayswood Magic Buccaneer x Admiral)
Annabella Pidgley from Windsor, Berkshire with Sarah Pidgley's Farbenfroh (brown, gelding, 14.2hh, 14ys, Farewell I x Rakt's Rocky)

Event website for times and results – click here

Article Source: British Dressage News


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