Dodson & Horrell 85cm and 1.05m National Amateur Second Rounds at Moores Farm Equestrian Centre

Thursday 25 October 2018

Moores Farm Equestrian Centre held Dodson & Horrell 85cm and 1.05m National Amateur Second Rounds on Sunday. With qualification for the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur Championships, held at Aintree Equestrian Centre in Liverpool during the 13 – 18 November, at the forefront of everyone’s minds, a competitive day unfolded.

Dodson & Horrell 85cm National Amateur Second Round

Henrietta Howse claimed the win in the Dodson & Horrell 85cm National Amateur Second Round on Ox Mountain Eagle.

Twelve of the initial sixteen pairings made it through to the jump off and it was Henrietta Howse from Brinkworth, Chippenham who emerged victorious on board her own 15-year-old chestnut gelding Ox Mountain Eagle. Knowing that time would be of the essence, Henrietta put her foot down and steered her ride to a double clear in 30.81 seconds.

Moores Farm Equestrian Centre – Sunday 21st October 2018

Dodson & Horrell 0.85m National Amateur Second Round Results

1 Henrietta Howse & Ox Mountain Eagle – 0/0 – 30.81 seconds

2 Henrietta Witts & Pontesford Sarah Maria – 0/0 – 31.11 seconds

3 Georgina Pudge & Abba Dashsa Doo – 0/0 – 32.62 seconds

4 Chloe Dunn & Lakeside Tom – 0/0 – 35.34 seconds

5 Jessica Blackford & Princess of Darkness II – 0/0 – 36.10 seconds

6 Ellie May Godwin & Condro E – 0/0 – 37.08 seconds

7 Carmel Turian & Diwali Du Lys – 0/0 – 37.10 seconds

8 Georgina Pudge & Springville – 0/0 – 42.05 seconds

NB: Qualifications will be updated pending official grading of results.

Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur Second Round

Kieran Moss from Salisbury, Wiltshire headed the Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur Second Round second round with his own 7 year-old bay mare Grabiella.

Three-quarters of the initial starters made it through course designer’s Kevin Bull’s 11-fence-track to make the jump-off. Kieran and Grabiella took all the shortcuts on offer and won by an impressive 8.21 seconds.

Moores Farm Equestrian Centre – Sunday 21st October 2018

Dodson & Horrell 1.05m National Amateur Second Round Results

1 Kieran Moss & Grabiella – 0/0 – 33.60 seconds

2 Sophie Smith & EMS Futura Estella – 0/0 – 41.81 seconds

3 Millie Guy & Alcodato – 0/4 – 34.06 seconds

4 Martin Jones & Probably Will – 0/4 – 49.51 seconds

5 Laura Whittington & Belfern Laddy Boy – 0/8 – 35.20 seconds

NB: Qualifications will be updated pending official grading of results.

Dodson & Horrell:

Dodson & Horrell has been leading the way in equine nutrition for almost 80 years, pioneering manufacturing methods and promoting nutritional research. This year Dodson & Horrell has launched various new and improved ranges of horse feed, the Balancer Range and the Performance Range.

As official supplier of nutrition to Equestrian Team GBR since 2009 Dodson & Horrell works closely with the entire team to deliver nutritional advice to both the Performance and World Class Programmes. 

In addition Dodson & Horrell supports a variety of top equestrian athletes who make up #teamdandh. The ambassadors play a vital role within the company by highlighting the quality of the feed and nutritional advice. Dodson & Horrell showjumping brand ambassadors are Geoff Billington, Jess Dimmock, Yazmin Pinchen, Lauren Hough, Joe Davison and many of the Whitaker family.

For further information, please visit www.dodsonandhorrell.com or call us on 01832 737300. For any further nutritional advice please call the Helpline on 0845 345 2627 or email enquiries@dodsonandhorrell.com.

 

 

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