Luli Loveridge wins the National 138cm Championship Final

Tuesday 07 August 2018

 Luli Loveridge wins the National 138cm Championship Final

There were 17 starters in the National 138cm Championship Final; the last class of the day in Championship Arena 1 at the British Showjumping National Championships 2018. Out of the four riders who made it through to the jump off, just two went clear and the glory was that of Luli Loveridge and Arrow Head Quiver. The 23 year old Dun gelding proved that he had experience on his side as he sped around the jump off and shot into the lead. Speaking of their win, the Dorset based showjumper, Lulu commented: “I’ve been riding him for about 18 months now and we have had some great wins. The course rode really well here today; my aim was definitely to go for time and he didn’t let me down.”

Double runner up was Eloise Squibb with Thelmas Gift in second and Drumaclan Flight in third.

It is not only competitors who are guaranteed a fabulous day out, the British Showjumping National Championships also offers a great family day of exciting competition, hospitality and afternoon tea offerings and a retail shopping village. Entry for spectators wishing to take advantage of this fantastic show is free and parking is only £5 per car. For more information please go to http://www.bsnationalchampionships.com/  or call 02476 858205.

Image Credit: 1st Class Images

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