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An Arko son impresses for Cressy Neads, while the Tuff family are out in force

Keysoe, Beds

Cressy Neads made a winning return from lockdown by riding Amazone Narko Z to victory in the 1.40m open. This was the first attempt at the level for the seven-year-old Belgian-bred son of Arko III and a Skippy mare, who jumped the only double clear of the class.

“I think he’s going to be one of the best horses I’ve ever ridden. He’s got so much jump that it feels as though he only needs to step over the fences,” said Cressy, who acquired him two years ago.

Cressy manages to combine competing at top level with being the mother to three young children from the stables in Surrey she runs with her husband Stuart.