Sunshine and Success at the Royal International Horse ShowJuly 25, 2012 2:14 pm
Posted in General
The sun shone down on the Absorbine Sponsored riders, who had a successful trip to the Royal International Horse Show.
Jayne Webber had a great week at Hickstead with crowd favourite, The Humdinger, who took Champion in the Coloured Ridden Horse Class and fourth in the Supreme Ridden Horse Championship. The Keystone Cob was crowned Heavyweight Cob Champion and Aidensfield Rupert took the top prize in the Coloured middle/heavyweight Ridden Horse. Kay Campbell’s, Its After Eight, came first in the Small Hunter class.
Jayne also had placings with Time to Reflect, 3rd in the Lightweight Hunter Championship; Knightsbridge Court, 2nd in the Middleweight Hunter Championships; Silverstream, 4th in the Heavyweight Hunter Championship; Coco Chanel, 6th in the Small Hack and Fait Accobli who was 2nd in the Supreme Cob Championship and 2nd in the Lightweight Cob Championship.
Sadly, Comberton Clancey was unable to defend his title at Hickstead but we hope to see him back out soon.
Well done to Jayne and all her team!