Aimee Jones is on form in Wierden
Aimee Jones was in top form in Wierden. She posted a good win in the young rider big tour 1.45m on Never Last, a Naples/Ramiro 14-year-old. Callum Tusler on Convinced I Am took seventh and Chelsea Skelton with Caramba was in 13th.
And Aimee added a small tour 1.35m victory to her tally on Lilly 483, taking the win by 1.33 sec. Anna Wilks and Jezebel finished seventh in the 12-strong jump-off. On four in the first round, Anna on Collonella Z for 18th and Chelsea Skelton took 19th on Millfield Baloney.
Aimee took eighth in day one’s young rider big tour 1.40m two-phase on Never Last. And in the young rider small tour, she took fourth on Lilly 483. Anna Wilks was eighth on Jezebel and ninth with Collonella Z.
Chelsea Skelton finished third in young rider 1.45m grand prix on the Wolfgang H nine-year-old Caramba. They were almost three sec behind the winner. Callum took fifth on Convinced I Am n the five-strong jump-off. Millie Allen and Balou Star took 11th with four faults in round one.
Britain took equal third with Norway in the young rider Nations Cup. Initially, the day didn’t go as planned when pathfinder Amy Inglis posted both drop scores with Every Way. Theo Simpson and Touch of Chilli finished on four and five faults, Anna Wilks on Undicci scored seven and six, and anchor Millie with the feisty stallion Balou Star came home with five and six for a total of 33.
The Netherlands won on 12 faults with Belgium in second on 20.
Harry Allen topped a 1.20m pony class on Cassandra Van Het Roelhof, an Orlando 14-year-old mare originally produced in Britain by Graham Gillespie.
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