BD Abroad: Bolesworth CDI3*
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The following riders have been selected to represent Great Britain this week at Bolesworth CDI3* in Cheshire (11 – 16 June 2019).
CDI3* Big Tour
Henriette Andersen from Oxfordshire with her own Flavio (bay gelding, 14yrs, s. Florencio ds. Glueckspilz).
Richard Davison from Staffordshire with Gwendolyn Sontheim’s Bubblingh (bay gelding, 13yrs, s. Lingh ds. Picandt).
Charlotte Dujardin from Gloucestershire with Sonnar Murray-Brown’s Erlentanz (brown gelding, 12yrs, s. Latima) and Emma Blundell’s Mount St John Freestyle (bay mare, 10yrs, s. Fidermark ds. Donnerhall) - pictured.
Emile Faurie from Oxfordshire, with Hof Kasselmann’s Café’s Caletta (bay mare, 10yrs, s. Café au Lait ds. Calato).
Tom Goode from Oxfordshire with Samantha Geddes’ Dior III (chestnut stallion, 11yrs, s. Gribaldi ds. Goodtimes).
Carl Hester from Gloucestershire with his own, Lady Anne Evans and Ann Cory's Hawtins Delicato (bay gelding, 11yrs, s. Diamond Hit ds. Regazzoni).
Gareth Hughes from Warwickshire with Rebecca Hughes’ Classic Briolinca (bay mare, 13yrs, s. Trento B ds. Royal Dance).
Willow Kemp from London with her own Dragon Heart (chestnut gelding, 16yrs, s. Dresemann).
CDI3* Small Tour
Katie Bailey from Gloucestershire with Hannah Dovey’s Eagle Nouvelle (bay gelding, 10yrs, s. Singapore).
Kate Cowell from Worcestershire with Dramatic Conquest (bay mare, 11yrs, s. Dramatic).
Jessica Dunn from Lancashire, with Jennifer Whittaker’s Alicante Valley (liver chestnut gelding, 14yrs, s. Caricello).
Paul Friday from Warwickshire with his own and Christine Trendell’s Roman Noir Himself(bay gelding, 14yrs, s. Romanov Blue Hors ds. Pik Noir).
Carl Hester from Gloucestershire with his own Brioso (chestnut mare, 9yrs, s. Benetton Dream ds. Dimaggio).
Becky Moody from South Yorkshire with Julie Lockey and Hannah Moody’s Full Fusion BS(bay mare, 9yrs, s. Blue Hors Zack).
Alice Oppenheimer from Hampshire with Sarah Oppenheimer’s Headmore Davina(chestnut mare, 9yrs, s. Dimaggio ds. Rubinstein).
*Please note that due to adverse weather, the show is not open to the public today (Wednesday 12 June).