Sarah Winterbottom describes her home-bred daughter of Geoff Glazzard’s Why Me as “a tough old bird, who does me proud and never lets me down”
TWO riders combined old and new partnerships to net both of the schedules’ Blue Chip qualifiers at The Grange EC, Devon, and Northcote Stud, Lancashire.
At Northcote, it was Sarah Winterbottom who dominated the Blue Chip Joint RLF power and the 1.25m qualifiers, riding Nediva Z, who she was competing for the first time in two years, and her prolific Dolly V (pictured top), who has come back from a nasty injury sustained while out in the field during the first lockdown.
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