Who is off to London? 31 native winners from 2022 BSPS Heritage championships

  • The 2022 BSPS Heritage championships held at Arena UK in Lincolnshire saw a New Forest stallion take supreme, a Shetland score the highest mini title and more than 30 combinations take home tickets to the BSPS M&M supreme final held at London International in December.

    Check out these 31 gorgeous winners from the 2022 BSPS Heritage championships…

    1. Shilstone Rocks River Dart

    Chloe Chubb and her Dartmoor stallion win the Dartmoor/Exmoor/Shetland London semi-final qualifier.

    2. Dunedin Mascot

    After taking second at the Horse of the Year Show (HOYS), Katie Common and Jane McNaughts Highland lead both the Fell/Dales/Highland semi-final qualifier and the open ridden championship.

    3. Llandderfel Prince Richard

    The Welsh section D books his first London pass with rider Dannii Thexton for owner Anne Wilson.

    4. Eastlands Dunedin

    Susan Pools 2022 HOYS winner and Lauren Beaumont power their way to London International after heading the New Forest/Connemara semi-final.

    5. Feldons Red Kite

    Evie Walker and the Dartmoor gelding secure their 2023 Royal International (RIHS) ticket in first ridden ranks.

    6. Salcombe Frowder Cove

    Katy Marriott-Payne and Felicity Thompsons home-bred stallion secure both restricted championships and a London place after winning the Dartmoor breed class.

    7. Lantau Supernova

    Jodie Haywood and her own Welsh section C stallion ensure theyre on the London bus after taking pole position in their semi-final qualifier.

    8. Addingham Gabi

    Francesca Wall is in the saddle of Sarah Dowsons Shetland as the pair win the RIHS mini championship.

    9. Rowfantina Orlando Bloom

    James Burchell rides the home-bred Welsh section A, a former RIHS mini champion, to lift a competitive novice ridden championship.

    10. Thorngate Crusader

    The novice mini working hunter pony title falls to Claire Evans’ Welsh section C and Caitlin Evans. 

    11. Strathleven Achiltibuie

    Emma Burrow rides Sarah Gemmells Highland pony to win the novice worker crown, as Sarah had her 133cm winner, Geordans Oliver, through to the championship. 

    12. Menai George

    Hannah Turnock praises her Welsh section C stallion who tops the breeds London qualifier.

    13. Hilltop Ned

    The New Forest stallion and Rebecca Penny trot to the breed’s London qualifier.

    14. Castle Kestrel

    The Connemara breed qualifier is headed by Lucy Glover and Amanda Sharman’s stallion.

    15. Bergli Dreamwatcher

    Ella Freeman and the Shetland pony impress the judges en route to the overall mini supreme.

    16. Dukeshill Pearly Spencer

    Victoria Harker has the Welsh section A right on song to book a London place.

    17. Latijn V D Helling

    The Shetland stallion, who is owned by Claire Connor, and rider Aliya Khan are top of the Shetland breed qualifier.

    18. Greenholme Knight

    Terry Clynes wins the Fell pony London qualifier to give the stallion his first visit to the final.

    19. Steppers Relight My Fire

    The Welsh section D wins the London breed qualifier under Aimee Devane for owner Lisa O’Rourke.

    20. Nipna Invictus

    The Dales gelding tops both the junior ridden championship and Dales London qualifier with Caitlin Hamilton.

    21. Lovelyhill Folklore

    After winning the open working hunter pony championship, Vikki Smith and Penny Suttons New Forest stallion go through the card to take the overall supreme of show accolade.

    22. Warrenmere Woodcock

    Elizabeth Etchells and Mary Rose Bryant’s dual 2022 breed show supreme champion score the London Exmoor qualifier.

    22. Waxwing Persia

    Emma Burrows fantastic week at Arena UK is capped when the Welsh section B stallion books his first trip to London International.

    23. Harris Of Mendick

    The Highland stallion secures the Highland London qualifier with Brian Williams, who is riding for Aileen Curle.

    24. Settvalley The Mistress

    Alice Hartenfeld steers the lead rein contender to the mini novice championship, led by mother  Katherine Bowling-Hartenfeld.

    25. Islyn Arafa Don

    Helen Summers Welsh section A takes the open Heritage mini worker title with Francesca Summers.

    26. Inverin Paddy

    The Pretty Polly championship, and an early 2023 RIHS pass, goes to Lucy Heygate and her own Connemara.

    27. Loughmore Rebel

    Steph Petos Connemara stallion takes the novice Heritage crown.

    28. Gwynfaes Cynan Wledig

    The Welsh section D lifts the restricted working hunter title with Catherine Hudson.

    29. Lady Dublin Of Corderry

    Ruby Ward rides Angela Hunts Connemara to the Heritage performance honour.

    30. Briar Puzzle

    Alexia Lilley and Amy Southworths Shetland pony trot to the tiny tots lead rein class and section title.

    31. Melau Aramis

    Lauren Brill enjoys a win in the Welsh section A/B London semi-final aboard Sam Walkers Welsh section B, a HOYS winner earlier this month with Evie Walker.

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