EQUESTRIAN: King’s Ely talents qualify for National Schools Equestrian Association’s National championships

PUBLISHED: 16:34 03 October 2017 | UPDATED: 16:34 03 October 2017

King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.

King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.

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Talented King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.

King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.

Nine members of the school’s team competed in the NSEA Arena Eventing, Jumping with Style and Dressage Competition in Bedfordshire last month.

The 80cms team of Ryan Shaw, Adele Shaw and Ellie Grimsey rode some superb rounds but were unplaced. However, Adele won the class as an individual at her first schools event.

Adele’s success didn’t end there. She also won the 90cms class, with over 50 competitors. The rest of the team; Ellie Grimsey, Ryan Shaw and Eleanor Fairey also rode superb rounds, placing them third overall and giving them a qualification for the Championship plate in December. Adele also qualified as an individual for the National Championships in October.

Katie Cameron rode as an individual in the 1m and 1m 10cms classes. Katie rode one of very few clears in the 1m class and was placed fifth out of 34 riders. She was also third in the 1m 10cms class, giving her a qualification at both heights for the Championship plate in December.

King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.King’s Ely riders have qualified for the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NSEA) National Championships.

Rebecca Everitt was the only dressage rider on the day for King’s Ely and came away with a respectable 64 per cent.

In the 70cms class were Ryan de Sousa, Harriet Froud and Imogen Smith.


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