I had Bonne Amie and Bee Animas doing the Open Intermediate, Persimmon doing the NRF and Mo Cuiske, Mad About U and Ceylor LAN doing the BE100

Bee Animas did a very nice test and was more relaxed than at Aston Le Walls. He scored a 29.1 which left him well placed. He then jumped a lovely clear show jumping and was great cross country, the ground was on the firm side so I didn’t go too quickly. His performance however was good enough for 6th place.

Bonne Amie was much calmer than at Aston as well and did a very polished test to score 30.9. She to jumped a fantastic double clear and without going too quickly because of the firm ground she still managed to finish 5th.

Persimmon was super and lead the dressage on a great score of 24.1. He then jumped a great clear show jumping and was super cross country. Again I didn’t push him cross country as the ground was firming up all the time, we had a couple of time faults, and finished 2nd by 0.1 of a penalty! This was all good enough though to qualify us for the British Novice National Championships at Gatcombe.

Mo Cuiske was on his best behaviour after his cheeky test at Mount Ballan, he did a lovely test to score 29.5 He then jumped a great clear in the show jumping. I didn’t run him or any of my other BE100 horses cross country as the ground had firmed up even more from the Open Intermediate day and I didn’t want to run the babies on hard ground. Watch Mo Cuiske’s Dressage and show jumping here:

Mad About U did another lovely test and scored 29. He then jumped a lovely round in the show jumping, but was unlucky to have one down. The judges took a very long time to ring the bell and I think he got a bit bored!! Watch his dressage here:

Ceylor LAN did another fantastic test and scored a leading mark of 24 and jumped a lovely clear in the show jumping. I think he was a little annoyed that we didn’t go cross country and I denied him his third win on the trot!! Watch his dressage and show jumping here:

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