The annual British Eventing Awards lunch celebrated the outstanding achievements of the 2018 season.

Hosted at Stoneleigh Abbey on Friday 25 January, riders, owners and their guests enjoyed an afternoon of festivity to reflect on the phenomenal year of eventing. Yasmin Ingham was presented with two awards – the Goldman Cup and the Calver Wealth Management 2* League – following a successful year.

The awards were kindly presented by BE Chair Fiona O’Hara, Jane Holderness Roddam, Jo Calver and Steve Calver of Calver Wealth Management and Carol Alison from Gatehouse.

Goldman Cup – Leading Rider under 21; Yasmin Ingham

Leading Rider 2019 Foundation Points; Melissa Joannides

Leading Horse 2019 Foundation Points; Midnight Blues, owned by Alison Walton

Leading Mitsubishi Motors Cup eligible Rider 2019; Jasmine Wilks

Leading Mitsubishi Motors Cup Horse 2019; Eldyno, owned by Caroline Bridge

Jane Holderness Roddam Trophy – Highest placed British rider at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games, Tryon, USA; Ros Canter (Gold)

Sir John Burder Trophy – Leading British Rider FEI Young Rider European Championships; Alex Kennedy (Bronze)

Hubert Allfrey Trophy – Leading British Rider FEI Junior European Championship; Heidi Coy (Silver)

Jane Rook Trophy – Leading British Rider FEI European Championships for Ponies; Saffie Osborne (Gold)Jane Holderness Roddam Trophy

Britannia 3* League; Emily Philp and Camembert, owned by Nigel Philp and rider

Calver Wealth Management 2* League; Yasmin Ingham and Rehy DJ, owned by Miss Janette Chinn and Edwin and Sue Davies

Gatehouse 1* League; Emily Cariad Nicol and Annaghmore Boomlander

Wide Awake Trophy – Breeder of the Leading British Bred Horse in 2016; Sue Trump, breeder of Mr Chunky
Bill Thomson Memorial Cup – recognising outstanding contribution to the sport in Cross Country Course designing and/or building; Sue Benson

BE Award and Honorary Life Membership; Tim Holderness-Roddam

 

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