Julie Middleton-Reid Wins at Tweseldown

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This week’s winner of ‘The Prize Giving’ has to go to Julie Middleton-Reid who is delighted with her mare Lady Jessicka.

Lady Jessicka is a 10 year old Piebald Irish Sports Horse, who Julie has owned her for 5 years and they really enjoy eventing together.

“She is a super mare who always tries hard.” said Julie

“We have been lucky to have had several placings over the years but our dressage can be a little on the wild side. I have had a lot of help from Giles Carradine (Huntercombe Horses) recently and the work has paid off as she managed to win her section at BE90 at Tweseldown and come second at Great Witchingham the following week”.

Julie and Lady Jessika
Julie and Lady Jessicka

 

Julie and Lady Jessicka headed to Aston le Walls this weekend so fingers crossed they had another good photoday out.

Everyone at EWW would like say a huge congratulations to Julie, and as a thank you for sharing your
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