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Young riders impress at Mundole Equestrian's dressage Sunday


By Craig Christie

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SUNDAY'S dressage event drew a good entry at Mundole equestrian centre.

Dressage competitions took place at Mundole.
Dressage competitions took place at Mundole.

Eight-year-old Kinloss rider Jessica Davidson impressed on Megland Royal Pretence in the junior section, finishing second to Newtonmore youngster Lucy Annand on Gael.

A club spokesperson said all riders had to be congratulated on their very smart turnouts.

Forres rider Kirsteen Macleod came out on top in the elementary 53 section on Resaurie Romeo.

Craigellachie's Vikki James was delighted that Allendra Sunshine is proving her worth with some patient confidence building this spring, as they won the prelim 7 event.

Dallas rider Sue Grice had a very good result with the inexperienced Tilly, showing great potential for the future with a first and second place.

Buckie riders Anna Robertson (on Touch the Stars) and Katie Innes (Balhagarty Northern Lights) were among the winners.

Results

WT 3: 1 Anna Robertson, Buckie (Touch the Stars); 2 Sheena Dean, Roseisle (Jaja); 3 Tracey Strachan, Elgin (Pavita V)

WT 4: 1 Lucy Annand, Newtonmore (Gael); 2 Karen Robertson, Elgin (Indi); 3 Jessica Davidson, Kinloss (Megland Royal Pretence)

Prelim 7: 1 Vikki James, Craigellachie (Allendra Sunshine); 2 Sue Grice, Dallas (Tilly); 3 Sally Kynoch, Elgin (Evelien)

Prelim 18: 1 Sue Grice (Tilly); 2 Pauline Wickens, Elgin (Bugsy); 3 Sally Kynoch (Evelien)

Novice 34: 1 Katie Innes, Buckie (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 2 Sally Peter, Newtonmore (Marley); 3 Stan Payne, Cawdor (Chance)

Novice 37A: 1 Sally Peter (Marley); 2 Katie Innes (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 3 Stan Payne (Chance)

Elementary 53: 1 Kirsteen Macleod, Forres (Resaurie Romeo); 2 Ruth Vaughan-Henry, Birnie (Sundancer)



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