18 winners who reigned at the 2018 Royal International Horse Show

  • As we wave goodbye to one of the season’s biggest horse shows, the BHS Royal International Horse Show (RIHS), we take a look back at 20 superb combinations who dominated in the show ring.

    Which duo gets your top award?

    1. Cadlanvalley Buzby

    Libby Grota rode the Welsh section B stallion to victory in the Ponies (UK) young rider championship.

    2. Look Now

    Stacey Clare Dean and her own Look Now dominated in the Mrs Candy Skewbald and Piebald amateur championship.

    3. Merry Corner Mister Bui

    Landing The Leeman Family show hunter pony supreme title was Harriet Dennisson on this big moving 15hh winner.

    4. Bencreac Of Crolia

    The stunning Highland stallion owned by Melanie Stanford and ridden by Matthew Cooper was victorious in the de la Hey family supreme ridden pony championship — this was the first time a native has won this prestigious title.

    5. Glenkeeran Dance In The Deep

    Camilla Davies and her own five-year-old hunter landed the amateur spoils.

    6. Brookdale Limited Edition

    Danielle Heath and the Guy Mears’ unstoppable maxi cob won their section.

    7. Scott Creek Monarch Red Graffiti

    This flashy stallion landed the BMHS supreme miniature horse championship with owner Leonie Wroe leading.

    8. Uphill Freddie Fox

    Chloe Heathcote and her mother’s gelding were winners of a mammoth BSPS mini mountain and moorland (M&M) first ridden class and stood section champions.

    9. M.J.M Laszlo

    Paulette Cooper’s M.J.M Laszlo won The Charles Owen supreme working hunter title under Louise Lyons.

    10. Moluccas Bengal Beauty

    BSPS supreme show pony champions were Isabella Whittle and the Team Jinks-produced 148cm bay gelding. The duo also stood reserve in the supreme pony crowning.

    11. Westerdale Regal Max

    Callum Potts rode Westerdale Regal Max to stand overall amateur riding horse champion.

    12. Randalstown Rolex

    Randalstown Rolex, owned by Nicola McConville and ridden by Liz Cheffings, was overall amateur cob champion.

    13. Glencarrig Rocco and Shanbo Rory

    Emma James (Glencarrig Rocco, right) pipped her sister Sophie James (Shanbo Rory) to the overall Ponies UK amateur M&M ridden crown.

    14. Banview Scirocco

    Martin Skelton’s catch ride ended up landing the David Bennett small hunter award.

    15. View Point

    Jill Day’s impeccable lightweight hunter was piloted by producer Rob Walker to take the Sacracen Horse Feeds hunter title.

    16. Thistledown Vanilla Orchid

    Ruby Brown rode the grey gelding to stand BSPS Pretty Polly home-produced mini champions

    17. Diamonds Are Forever

    Annabel Jenks’ large riding horse took the BHS supreme horse award for the second successive year.

    18. Randalstown Musketeer

    Victoria Hesford rode Mrs Twiston-Davies’ cob to take the Surrey Envelopes supreme cob honours.

    Full report from the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Great Britain at the BHS Royal International Horse Show in Horse & Hound magazine, on sale Thursday 2 August

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