Equestrian Team News
ISODE at Stonar
Over the exeat weekend, Dauntsey’s Equestrian team joined 630 riders from all over the South of England to compete at Stonar.
First up, bright and early on Saturday morning was the 70cm class with Imogen Ayling, Katy Ferguson, Sophie Grant and Oliver Ring competing. There were 4 good dressage tests, 4 clear rounds show jumping and 4 clear rounds cross-country. The team did incredibly well and the team won the class, with Katy Ferguson placed second individually, and Oli Ring eighth. An amazing achievement.
Next up for the 80cm class was Rosie Mallinson, Lucy Mayne, Maisie Arnold and Oscar Palmer. More great riding, 4 good dressage tests, 3 clear rounds show jumping and 3 clear rounds cross-country. The team was placed sixth and Lucy was tenth individually.
Sunday morning, bright and early for the 90 cm class. The team comprising of Amber Fletcher, Beth McNamara, Lucy Mayne and Amelia Place had 4 good dressage tests, 3 clear rounds SJ, 2 clear rounds cross-country, for the team to finish in sixth place and Amelia in fifth place.
Last to go was Lauren Dallison in the 100cm class who did a good dressage test, clear round show jumping, was flying through cross-country but sadly retired, so not placed.
All in all a successful haul of ribbons, some more silverware and some amazing achievements. Well done to all that took part.
Cheltenham Ladies College Show Jumping
Earlier this month Dauntsey’s teams competed at Cheltenham Ladies College Show Jumping event where they had a very good day.
Liv Carpenter had 2 clear rounds in the 40 and 50cm classes.
In the 70 cm class which was Katy Ferguson, Lily Mallinson, Imogen Ayling and Oli Ring the team were placed fifth with Oli getting eighth individually.
In the 80 class, Georgia Carpenter, Beth McNamara, Lucy Mayne and Oscar Palmer came fourth and Lucy was eighth individually
In the 90cm class, Amber Fletcher, Lauren Dallison, Lucy Mayne and Oscar Palmer, won the class with Lauren placed first and Amber sixth individually.
All in all a great start to the year.
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