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Dressage qualifiers battle it out at Mundole equestrian finals day


By Craig Christie

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LAST weekend's finals day at Mundole equestrian centre was met by glorious sunshine.

Mundole Equestrian
Mundole Equestrian

It was a fine day for horses, riders and supporters, with the competitiors qualifying during the season at dressage competitions.

The Preliminary Finals winner was Sam Winn, Keith with Curious George, who also claimed top spot in the Preliminary League table.

Novice Finals winner was Vicky Penman from Elgin with Cottontail. Vicky and Roshine McSween with Ebonys Pride were equal runners-up in the Novice League to another Elgin rider Kelly Steel on Misty.

Candy Cameron from Dores won first and second places in the Elementary League and won the Elementary Final.

There was a special performance from nine-year-old Lilly Forsyth from Knockando who came second and third in the Preliminary Final with her two ponies, Teddy and Ruby.

Results

WT2: 1 Vicky Penman, Elgin (Moonshine); 2 Summer Liddle, Lossiemouth (Pumpkin Surprise); 3 Harriet Hughes, Ardersier (Caley)

WT5: 1 Summer Liddle (Pumpkin Surprise); 2 Lilly Forsyth, Knockandu (Ruby); 3 Vicky Penman (Moonshine)

Prelim 14: 1 Samantha Winn (Curious George); 2 Sophie Smith, Nairn (Guicci Lady); 3 Vicky James, Aberlour (Allendra Sunshine)

Prelim 17A: 1 Sam Winn (Curious George); 2 Lilly Forsyth (Teddy); 3 Zoe Lander, Portsoy (Tor Boy)

Novice 34: 1 Rosheen McSween, Nethybridge (Ebonys Pride); 2 Sam Winn (Curious George); 3 Vikki James (Allendra Sunshine)

Novice 37A: 1 Vicky Penman (Cottontail); 2 Katie Innes, Buckie (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 3 Roshine McSween (Ebonys Pride)

Elementary 50: 1 Lisa Ross, Newtonmore (Kerry); 2 Candy Cameron, Dores (Cruz); 3 Pauline Dixon, Elgin (Oztaler Sakira)

Elementary 59: 1 Candy Cameron (Cruz); 2 Pauline Dixon (Oztaler Sakira)

This weekend Mundole plays host to the show jumping finals event.



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