Marie Priest scored a double on the first day at Frys with the British-bred Russley Park Helios, reports Jo Prestwich. Sharing the spoils in the medium qualifier was show host Laura Fry, riding her own British-bred Grane Amazon. Julie Langlands and Holiday Affair won the advanced 100.
Christine Huddle won both advanced mediums with her own 16.3hh Gelderlander stallion Stalmeester, reports Andrea Oakes. Lindsay Dixon took both restricted mediums with her Dutch-bred gelding Puccini. Sam Sargeant rode her mothers Silverno to win both open mediums. DHI City Slicker took the novice 33 with 71.72%.
Victoria Robinson, 13, completed her regional qualification with a clear novice win on 17.3hh Oldenburger gelding Danvillier, reports Ruth Pearce. Stephanie Appleton took top spot in the prix st georges on Louise Rayners Temple Lad, while Jenny Gattuso got her advanced medium qualification on Inishmore. Petplan Medium Open champions Tammy Ruffles and Riene Freude led medium 61.
Read these reports in full, plus reports from other top dressage competitions around the country, in tomorrow’s Horse & Hound (31 May, ’07)