The Royal Norfolk Show proved another busy but successful event for Little Downham-based equestrian producer Christina Gillett along with further success for six-year-old Lewis Cousins.

During the Royal Norfolk Show on June 28-29, several of Christina's horses and ponies competed, with her six-year-old son stealing the show when he won the Pony of the Year class.

Lewis was riding Badleybridge Ab Fab, owned by Madeline Haynes and was led by Christina.

In the large class of twenty-eight entries, Lewis and Ab Fab won the class, meaning they progressed to the Mountain & Moreland First Ridden & Lead Rein Championship.

Ely Standard: Lewis and Badleybridge Ab Fab were declared Royal Norfolk Show Supreme Ridden Champions.Lewis and Badleybridge Ab Fab were declared Royal Norfolk Show Supreme Ridden Champions. (Image: Gary Malkin)

In the Championship, they were declared the victors and progressed to the prestigious Westover Vets Royal Norfolk Show Supreme Ridden Championship.

In this, they were competing against the ridden breed Champions from all the classes at the Royal Norfolk Show, which included heavy horses, racehorses, Cobs and Hunters.

The judge watched each pairing perform the individual show before making her decision, and it was Lewis, and Badleybridge Ab Fab declared Royal Norfolk Show Supreme Ridden Champions.

Ely Standard: Badleybridge Ab Fab with Lewis Cousins.Badleybridge Ab Fab with Lewis Cousins. (Image: Gary Malkin)

For winning the Supreme Championship, they also received the Jack the Giant Trophy.

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Earlier on during the weekend, Christina's partner Kevin Cousins showed off two of her ponies, and the Coloured Ridden Non-Native Pony of the Year saw success for young Bluebell Beechy.

Ely Standard: Kellythorpes Yabba Dabba (Skewbald) with Bluebell Beechy.Kellythorpes Yabba Dabba (Skewbald) with Bluebell Beechy. (Image: Gary Malkin)

She was riding Skewbald gelding Kellythorpes Yabba Dabba owned by Caroline Wright, and won the class, meaning they went onto the Ridden Coloured Championship.

With regular rider Amy Magnus unwell, Christina rode her own Sinfonie, a Skewbald mare, in the Coloured Ridden Non-Native Horse of the Year class, also qualifying for the Championship.

Ely Standard: Sinfonie (Skewbald) with Christina Gillett.Sinfonie (Skewbald) with Christina Gillett. (Image: Gary Malkin)

In the Championship, Bluebell was declared Reserve Ridden Coloured Champion, while Christina was unplaced.

Christina said she was pleased with the results and proud of Bluebell, who has also qualified for the Horse of the Year Show and Royal International Horse Show at Hickstea.

She also joked that the pupil had beaten the teacher.