Bowen McCrory takes a double at South View
Bowen McCrory posted a victory double on day two at South View’s English Home Pony International, claiming both the 1.20m and the pony newcomers.
The first win came in the 1.20m, the biggest pony class of the day, with the 16-year-old Delfino answering every call to take the win in fine style. Amy Barrett slotted the 14-year-old gret Munsboro Silver Lining into second just ahead of Jocasta Symons and the scopey mare Foxy Lady 55. Drew Walton took fourth on Tequila Twist with Ella Hammond fifth on Adams Fancy and Robert Murphy in sixth and seventh on Buddy Love and Rainbows Mocha.
Tip Top Sand marked Bowen’s second win, the nine-year-old Cadero daughter topping the pony newcomers. Imogen Marmont took second on the German-bred 11-year-old mare Red Riding Hood with Amelia Ashworth third on Crindle Miss Sunshine and Megan Woodcock in fourth aboard Glencroft Beal Na Blath. Hariet Mayvers was fifth with Zakayla and sixth went to Charley Hamilton and Double Trouble II.
Shaunie Greig was another with two wins to her credit with 138cm and 1.15m wins. Her first win came in the winter 138cm on her Hickstead champion, the Irish 12-year-old mare Buttons Two. Robyn Moran – a winner on day one with Western Oreo – claimed second with Madison Heath and Sonas Barney in third. Iwan Carpenter and the feisty Follow Jazzy Lady netted fourth place with Tahnia Jordan-Jones fifth on Oakhurst In The Spotlight and John McEntee sixth on Hubba Bubba.
Shaunie’s second win came in the 1.15m performance trial on new ride Moonlight Flight – a 19-year-old top JA who finished third at HOYS with former rider Emma Crawford. Shaunie also claimed fourth on the Irish 13-year-old Casino Royale VIII.
Katie Waldock-Smith claimed second on the 13-year-old appaloosa mare Clailu Saffron with Robert Murphy and Haughton Classic in third. Antonia Plat eased Bonnie Lass into fifth with sixth going to Beau Ottley on Ronja III.
Madison lifted the top two places in the 128/138cm handicap on two 138cm ponies – winning on Sonas Barney and bringing The Jacaloupe into second place. Madison was in top form and also took fifth on the 128cm Red Alert III. Ella Derbyshire took third on Airbourne Eddie with Marnie Green and Koraika in fourth and Tom Francis-Jones sixth aboard Major Jack.
Yiayan Evans and Dandy claimed the 128cm, relegating Katie McEntee and Kilcreene Apollo to second. Tom Wachman took third on Sparkle Sparkle and sixth with Murphy Sparticus. Charlie Atkinson on Bunbury Conquest was fourth and Jack Geaney was fifth with Boom Box.
Ellie Burrell-Squibb triumphed in the Fledglings small pony handicap on Ellies Miss Chief, pushing Erin Bartle into second with Laughtonora Lady. Paige Newton was third aboard Beauty Spot and Seamus Taylor took fourth on Flicka Flick Flack. Emma McCormick claimed fifth on Littl Maggie May and Allegra Squibb was sixth on Durley Hall Medici.
Charlie Rogan headed the 1.10m open on Ag Dynamo, beating Charley Hamilton into second on new ride Novella II. Sofia Coope and Ronaldo XII took third with Olivia Gillespie and Power Station in fourth and Darcy Holmes fifth aboard Lynncott Fancy Pants.
Mimi Digby cantered into the top spot of the 90cm open on Foyfins Close Call with Charlie Rea Nelson settling for second on Kiltormer Dan. Perdi Digby was third riding Brosna Blossom with Jodie Daniel in fourth on Oxview Dawn and Francesca Young took fifth aboard Archers Delight.
Tabitha Kyle took the Haygain discovery on Playboy Van De Zoetewei with Sandy McLean in second on Kippure Lancelot. Sebastian Marmont was third aboard Special Edition and Jack Geaney claimed fourth on Dooneens Electric. Goldie Morgan slotted Mighty Mouse into fifth with Sean Foley in sixth on Moos.
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