Pippa regularly features in this series, which is in its 15th year and is for registered riders and horses stabled in Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire and Essex, who accumulate points towards different categories at certain events in the area.
Surrey-based Pippa triumphed this time with Jane and Jonathan Clarke’s eight-year-old Billy Landretti (pictured), who clocked up a sixth in an advanced at Highclere and two open intermediate wins at Eridge and South of England.
French rider Sidney Dufresne, who lives in Berkshire, was second with Looping De Buissy, also picking up first place in the WOW leading owner rider chart.
Pippa Funnell also took the first prize in the mares’ and intermediate classifications, both with Barbara and Nicholas Walkinshaw’s Billy Shannon.
Sam Penn and the Slice of Pie Syndicate’s Tickeridge won the Baileys Horse Feeds’ overall grass-roots rankings. This has been a good year for last year’s British Eventing (BE) four-year-old champion, who also topped the BE rankings for horses picking up foundation points in the scheme’s inaugural year.
Point Two South East Eventers’ League Championship winners
- Intelligent Worming leading horse and rider: Jane and Jonathan Clarke’s Billy Landretti, ridden by Pippa Funnell
- WOW leading owner-rider: Looping De Buissy, ridden by Sidney Dufresne
- Seahorse leading intermediate: Barbara and Nicholas Walkinshaw’s Billy Shannon, ridden by Pippa Funnell
- Farnam UK leading novice: Waltham Fiddlers Find, owned and ridden by Tom Jackson
- Point Two Air Jackets BE100: Slice of Pie Syndicate’s Tickeridge, ridden by Sam Penn
- Point Two Air Jackets BE90: Diamond Romance, owned and ridden by Jan Drewett
- Baileys Horse Feeds overall grass-roots: Tickeridge
- Seahorse newcomer: Hannah Bartholomew on Tynan Lady
- Seahorse veteran: Aileen Tizzard and Kavanagh II
- Littleton Manor Equestrian leading under-21 rider: Tom Jackson on Waltham Fiddlers Find
- Billy Stud leading mare: Billy Shannon
- Seahore leading six-year-old: Wooden It Bee Nice, owned and ridden by Polly Hingston
- The Racehorse Sanctuary racehorse-to-eventer award: Sue Becvar’s Coco De Cara, ridden by Catherine Fowdery