Equestrian star Cariad Miles-Taylor, 15, and her skewbald pony Buddy have enjoyed numerous successes on the UK eventing scene.
Miles-Taylor, from Stanhoe, recently qualified for the British Riding Clubs National finals in Intermediate eventing, at Swalcliffe Eventing in Oxford.
This was attended by finalists from all over the country. They enjoyed a brilliant day to finish third in their section and sixth overall.
They also competed in the regional finals of the pony club area eight.
They qualified for the national pony club championships in both intermediate show jumping and also the intermediate eventing.
They attended the pony club championships, representing West Norfolk Hunt PC, last weekend at Cholmondley Castle where the competition was from all over GB (Wales, Scotland and Ireland).
The competition was very high and the xc course big and technical and caught a lot of riders out.
They came seventh in the eventing but were one of only four intermediate event riders to be chosen for the bursary prize for their talent - a very special award.
This is Cariad and Buddy’s second season eventing together she has produced the pony herself.
In April, she had a fall from her other pony, breaking her pelvis and putting a hold on her competitions.
She was determined to get back in the saddle and six weeks later she came third, at Little Downham, in a strong class.
This handed her qualification for the BE100 regional finals for Badminton Grassroots (after already having qualified for the regional finals Badminton GR BE90).