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Sussex Farm riders attracted by good going to give horses a run before winter break


By Pete Woodhouse


Nearly 300 horses took part in the final major horse trials competition of the season at Sussex Farm, Burnham Market, on Sunday.

Although many had travelled to the venue from all over the country there was a high percentage of East Anglian riders attracted by the good going and the chance to give their horses a run before the winter break.

Two riders scored double successes – Caroline Day, from Suffolk, winning the BE100 B section with Faberge's Boy and the BE80 K section with Bellagio 99 and Samantha Hobbs, from Leicestershire winning BE100 A section with Autograf and the Novice D section with Lime Rickey.

Burnham Market Horse Trials ....George Hull riding Emmas Joy. (4052230)
Burnham Market Horse Trials ....George Hull riding Emmas Joy. (4052230)

Other winners: Open 100, Ibby MacPherson, Ballinamura De Valera; Novice E, Amy Drummond, Trewarden; Open Novice F, Jane Buchan, Carleton; Open novice, under 18s, Elicia Miller, A Sunny Bay; BE90 H section, Wade Barley, Waking Elwood; BE90 I section, Kelsey Love, Castle House Gem; BE90 open, section J, Elizabeth Hayden, Headley's Daredevil.

Burnham Market Horse Trials ....Suki Wales riding The Weasel. (4052231)
Burnham Market Horse Trials ....Suki Wales riding The Weasel. (4052231)

Pictured are George Hull riding Emmas Joy. MLNF-18AF09068 (top); and Suki Wales riding The Weasel. MLNF-18AF09069 (below).



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