Sid and Otter Valley Riding Club junior teams doing well

Harrison Oakley riding Copper Champions and Millie Pring reserve Champion being presented with their

Harrison Oakley riding Copper Champions and Millie Pring reserve Champion being presented with their rosettes, sashes a Harrison's cup by Cheryl Beer who runs the dressage series. - Credit: Archant

The Sid and Otter Valley Riding Club junior teams have been doing particulary well recently, writes Karen Oakley.

Teams have been to the three regional qualifiers, qualifying each time for National Championships.

The first The British Riding Clubs Winter Championships will be held at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire over the Easter weekend and the Sid and Otter Valley club will be represented by two teams there.

A team will compete in the dressage Championships, the team consisting of Cameron Beer (team manager), Flora Fraser, Harrison Oakley and Millie Pring.

Oakley and Pring cemented their preparations with winning and being reserve winter Junior Champions in the SOVRC winter dressage series which has been held over January, February and March at Bicton College.


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Oakley just pipped Pring in the most recent event.

The team who have qualified for the Novice Show Jumping Winter National Championships and is made up of Immy and Jaz Carter together with Harrison Oakley. The will also compete at Hartpury over the Easter weekend.

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A Junior Team also went to the qualifier for the Fesival of the Horse Championships and had a convincing win, with all three team members winning their arena’s.

This competition is a combined training format where each rider rides a dressage test and then a round of show jumping.

They will now go to the National Championships being held at Aston Le Walls over June 1 and 2.

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