Whitfield Horse Trials

Report by Sarah CarlessIMG_4408

Double win for Kemplay at Whitfield

Despite experiencing all four seasons throughout the event, Whitfield Horse Trials went ahead and provided two days of first class competition.

With classes ranging from BE90 to Novice, the Northamptonshire event provided competitors with a much needed run following a series of cancelled events over the last couple of weeks.

Lucy Kemplay was a double winner at the event. She won Novice Section B with Eires Rock II and followed this up with victory on [emember_protected custom_msg=’This content is only available to Members, to read more of this article please Join HERE or if you are a member please LOGIN‘]
BE100 Section G with How Bazaar, finishing in their dressage score of 25.0 – a winning margin of 5.2 penalties. Lucy also finished sixth in Novice Section A with Camiros Prince.

Rebecca Sisson used the event as her warm up for the Mitsubishi Motors Cup and was the winner of BE90 Section L. The pair produced a dressage of 28.5 and added nothing in the jumping phases with a double clear.

The event organisers Muskateer Events said following the event: “Huge thanks to all our volunteers, officials, owners and riders who have supported the Horsezone UK & Ireland Whitfield Horse Trials over the last two days. It really is a massive team effect and we can’t thank you enough for your dedication.”

Section results; Novice Section A Amy Crear, Sankro; Novice Section C Lauren Shannon, Priorspark Precocious; Open Novice Section D Stella Benatti, Zaron; BE90 Section E Merrilyn Berry, Just a Puzzle; BE100 Section H Hannah Jones, DHI Du Rouet; BE100 Section I Angus Smales, Leah’s Lad; BE100 Open Section J Katie Horgan, Jumbo’s Jet; BE100 Section K Nini French, AKD Corline; BE90 Section F Philippa Cross, Cool Blue; BE90 Section M Jack Pinkney, The Millers Tale

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