Chloe Winchester claims the big money at Oxford Area show
Chloe Winchester landed the £2,000 to-the-winner 1.40m on day two at Oxford Area’s busy show at Addington Manor in a hot jump-off aboard Synique, a Sydney/Guidam 11-year-old mare she has ridden since May.
Laura Renwick chased hard to take second and third on the Con Air 11-year-old Con Chilli and the 10-year-old Bandito – the usual rides of Yazmin Pinchen who is now taking time out expecting her first child.
Phillip Miller eased Brendon Stud’s home-bred 10-year-old Caretino Glory daughter Sussex Caretino into fourth. Alfie Bradstock took fifth with KBIS Caicos and Helen Tredwell eased Ann and Colin Garrett’s Sebastian VII into sixth before they tackle the International classes at HOYS next week.
Georgia Tame topped the 1.30m at this popular show on the 10-year-old Guidam Van Het Achterhoek. Tracy Priest slotted her HOYS newcomers and grade C contender Caruso D’Eres Z into second with Chloe on Ed Howard’s Zandokan H in third.
Emma-Jo Slater, riding carefully with a recently operated on broken hand, brought Kim Barzilay’s home-bred seven-year-old Kimba Flamenco – in the HOYS Foxhunter and talentseekers championships – took fourth. Rose Moss and Weston claimed fifth with James Fisher on Dino in sixth.
Keith Doyle clinched victory in the B and C on the Quality/No Limit seven-year-old Elmo Brown. Robert Bevis eased his HOYS grade C finalist Etude, a Whitesnake/Ahorn seven-year-old, into second with Mark Edwards on Montreuxs Tale in third.
Alex Gill took fourth on Billy Fraulein with Sophie Fawcett, giving the Winning Mood seven-year-old Winning Good a run out before the HOYS Foxhunter and talentseekers finals, in fifth. Simon Crippen with Judy Ross’ home-bred Couleur Rubin eight-year-old Rosgan So Divine – a HOYS Foxhunter finalist – took sixth.
Leesa Long doubled up, taking the 1.15m on the 13-year-old Tammys Girl and the 1.20m aboard 17-year-old LVS No Doubt.
Vere Phillipps claimed second and fourth in the 1.15m on the ARS Vivendi/Lux Z seven-year-old FSS Thumbelina and the Zandeur/Puissance six-year-old Pandeur with Jade Hall sandwiching the 18-year-old Diamond Ex into third.
Ben Walker took second with the Odermus R/Clinton 14-year-old Victory VI in the 1.20m with Helen Tredwell third on Remi Argentux, an Argentinus/Lux nine-year-old gelding, and Ashlea Silk-Jones fourth aboard the seven-year-old Valentino daughter Valentina B.
Emily Mason topped the Foxhunter with Laura Renwick’s Top Dollar VI, a Dollar Du Murier/Darco seven-year-old in the HOYS talentseekers final. Abi Walters took second on Colourful Lady and Ben Walker eased Brendon Stud’s Warratino into third. William Funnell was fourth on Billy Manjaro with Aoife O’Connor fifth on Billy Penny and Helen Tredwell sixth aboard Calcourt Quicktime.
Lucy Townley posted a win for Billy Stud on the Cevin Z/Billy Congo five-year-old Billy Rhodes in the newcomers with Abi Walters and the six-year-old Lily X in second. Alex Hempleman stood third with the Plot Bluie five-year-old Garcon De Lui, Chris Whinnett was fourth on the eight-year-old Joe Diamond, Alexandra Somerville Cotton took fifth with the six-year-old NPS Dangerous and sixth went to Lewis Sumption with the six-year-old Molina.
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