Fraser Reed jumps to the top on the final day at South View
Fraser Reed hit form to take the pony showjumper of the year on Jiminy Cricket on the final day of South View’s pony premier.
Three HOYS tickets were on offer, with Fraser outjumping all to ensure the top qualifying position on the Irish 14-year-old Jiminy Cricket – a contender in the final last year.
Shaunie Greig guided Moonlight Flight – third at HOYS for Emma Crawford in 2016 – into second and Lily Freeman Attwood claimed the third qualifying ticket on ride of three months Valmy De Treille.
Shaunie also took fourth on Casino Royale VIII with Sandy McLean in fifth aboatd Tobar King and Antonia Plat sixth on Sligo Furisto Flight.
Three hard-fought HOYS tickets were taken by two delighted, well-deserved riders in the 128cm. Izabella Rogers kept her cool and outpaced all claimed the top spot on the 14-year-old Whinney Lass. This gives Izabella two rides inthe HOYS 128cm final as she qualified at Arena UK on Essenar Jinja Ninja (pictured).
Amy Morris got qualifying for the prestigious final over in one fell swoop – taking second on the 14-year-old Madonna and third aboard the 13-year-old mare Telynau Royal Damask.
Aimee Jones just missed out by one in fourth on Koda with Tom Bradburne fifth on Runaway Dolly and Ellie Burrell Squibb sixth aboard My Little Liesel.
Charley Hamilton topped the initial 1.25m with the 10-year-old Numero Uno daughter Novella II, relegating Harry Wood into second on the 11-year-old Landord III. Izzi Ryder guided Woodfield Five Star into third and Tahnia Jordan Jones picked up fourth on Jumper.
Tabitha Kyle landed the top two places in the 1.15m members cup with Nikkita and Carnaween Laura. Sandy McLean claimed third with the only other double clear on Midnight Minuet and Charlie Rogan took fourth aboard Ag Dynamo.
Sandy and Midnight Minuet took their own win in the Foxhunter/1.10m, pushing Sinead Cox into second on Lislan Cruising Lady. Izzi Ryder jumped into third with Cuilin Dun and Faye Sutton claimed fourth on Beyond Doubt II ahead of Harriet Whitton in fifth aboard Micky Way.
Ellie Sedgwick – a winner 24 hours earlier in the Bright Star on Peachy – claimed two more wins, doubling up on the 12-year-old Buzz Lightyear VII with the 1.05m and 1m. Eloise Squibb slotted new ride Drumaclan Flight – formerly ridden by Shaunie Greig – into second in the 1.05m and Daisy McKinlay took third on Spot The Go Jo. Rachel Proudley claimed fourth on Shappen Pilgrim with Noora von Bulow in fifth on Peppino Il Grande and sixth going to Izabella Rogers on Pondhead Dexter.
Ellie also jumped to the top in the 1m, relegating Harriet Whitton’s 12-year-old mare My-I into second.
Harry Wood on the Irish-bred, Gurteen Rebel 11-year-old Beezies Topic headed the newcomers with Jessica Howard and the nine-year-old Ryehill Joseph into second. Megan Morris finished third on RS Capello with Izzi Ryder fourth on Cuilin Dun, Oscar Hobby took fifth aboard Makarli and Rebecca Rennie finished sixth with Penstrumbly Push Pop.
Rebecca topped the Old School Bamburgh novice masters with Peronne Hanky Panky, relegating Chota McDonnell into second on Camus Cream with Elyse Peacock third aboard Whispering Storm. Arthur Hobby jumped into fourth on Dancing Queen and Georgia Nicholas claimed fifth riding Bell Of The Bay.
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