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Area 9 Show jumping 25th of July, the final scores

Full results from Sunday for those who competed.
Thank you to all who helped out on the Saturday and Sunday. Without you we cannot run these events, which not only allow all members of Area 9 to compete, including our own members across the year, but also gives us funds which allow us to subsidise clinics and events throughout the year.

Once again Rectory were amazing hosts, with the facilities and support leading up to the event, second to none.  Thanks to Course builder, Stuart Clarke, BS Judge Dawn Allen and her assistant Cassie Greenhill, and Style Judge, Stuart Nie and assistant Simon Webb for their roles on the day, as well as Gareth from GWP medical services and Anthony Suitters our photographer for being in attendance.  Anthony took some great photos so please go to

As with all armies, they are driven by their stomachs and Becky Austen did an amazing job of keeping all of ours full throughout the day.

Big well done to Morgan Kent who won the 90cms Junior qualifier, on his young horse Lhaviata B who put in a classy double clear to win. Our 80 team due to lameness and withdrawals, saw newbies Sonia Herbert and Rosie Swann put in great performances, so hopefully we will see these two stepping up for teams in the future too. Feedback from the other clubs in Area 9 has been great, with many emailing me their thanks for a well run, nice, straightforward event, so again thanks
These results have been checked and verified and supersede any previously released results.


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80cms results Area 9 Show jumping

80 cms team competition results
The 80cms were split into 3 sections for individuals
Senior 80cms (Lincoln Qualifier )
1st Alexis Symes and Glen Carter for Bath
2nd Kelly Clack and Scarecrow for Frampton
3rd Helena Miller and Fydo for VWH
4th Alison Odle Hawkins and Cornish Sparks for Berkley
5th Laura Postlethwaithe on Cheeko V for VWH
6th Nicola Doubtfire on Otto for Frampton

Junior 80cms (Lincoln qualifier)
1st Jamie Hulbert Brown on Freddie for Bath
2nd Katie Hathaway on Tuddle Lane for Bath
3rd Georgina Elliott on Brelston Noah’s Arc for Cotswold Edge
4th Olivia Pethers on Duke for Bath
5th Sophie Lindsay on Lea Side Lady for Bath

80cms OPEN section for Lincoln
1st Sheenagh Bragg on Blue Pearl Lady for Frampton
2nd Stephanie Carter on My Classy Dream for Cotswold Edge

80cms Teams
Senior Teams
1st VWH
2nd Frampton Family
3rd Bath
4th Berkley

80cms Juniors
1st Bath

Photos available from AJS photography

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Results for Class 1. 70cms

Class 1
Winning Junior Team. Bath
Winning Senior Team. Frampton

Individuals JUNIOR
1st Zara Buckner on Summertime Breeze for Bath
2nd. Olivia Tucker on Indigo for Bath
3rd Darcy Selman on Lord Patch for Bath
4th Georgia Wilcox on Garden of Eden for Bath

Individuals SENIORS
1st Anne Peters on Pick n Mix for Kingleaze
2nd Evelyn Nicholls on Newberrys Tiger Lilly for Frampton
3rd Elida Bartlett on Dolly for Frampton
4th Faye Tollerton on Max for Frampton
5th Tara Wilcox on Just a Quickie for Frampton

Photos by
AJS Photography

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Results for Class 7 – Jumping with Style

Class 7. Individual 75cms Style
Seniors. 1st Georgina Bryce on Startreck Wonder for Bath
2nd. Chanell Bucknell on Balliniss Boy for Bath
Juniors. 1st Meredith Martin on Brockington Foxwhelp for Bath
2nd Harriet Good on Medass for Bath
Class 8. Individual 85 Style
Senior. 1st Bethan Wheatley on Tullycross Surprise for Bath
Juniors. 1st Zara Bucknell on Summertime Breeze for Bath
2nd. Katie Hathaway on Trudie Lane for Bath
Winning Junior team is Bath
Winning Senior team is Bath

SWWRC individual 1st and qualified
Fiona Symes on Ballinasloe Sandy Girl for Swindon

Photos by
AJS Photography

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Sarah Elliott resigns from committee

Having been one of the team that originally set up Wessex Gold in 2011, Sarah has decided to step down from the committee due to time constraints.  The Team of WGRC would like to thank Sarah for her time and efforts over the years, in supporting the club, and hope to see her and her horse Jester involved with some of the WGRC clinics.

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