BD Abroad: Keysoe CPEDI3*/2*/1*
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The following riders have been selected to represent Great Britain at Keysoe CPEDI3*/2*/1* in Bedfordshire (04 – 06 October 2022).
Sophie Christiansen from Farnborough, Hampshire with her own Scirocco T (dark bay gelding, 2011, Sarkozy x Dimaggio, AES).
Susanna Wade from Grantham, Lincolnshire with her own Zaire LH (bay gelding, 2004, Sir Sinclair x Flamingo, KWPN).
Jemima Green from Wincanton, Somerset with Jane Howard’s Day and Night (bay gelding, 2006, Dimaggio x Rohdiamant, OLDBG).
Julie Payne from Oxford, Oxfordshire with Cornelia Cook’s Divinity (chestnut gelding, 2013, Don Frederico, BHHS).
Ashleigh-Rose Turner from Buckingham, Buckinghamshire with her own Soensmindes Sylvester (bay gelding, 2009, Spinoza, DWB).
Georgia Wilson from Abergele, Conwy with her own and Geoff and Julie Wilson’s Midnight (brown mare, 2009, Hilkens Black Delight x Cassander) and her own and Geoff and Julie Wilson’s Faside Got the Love (bay gelding, 2016, Grey Flannell x San Amour, BWS).
Erin Orford from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire with Sophie Wells and Neil and Jackie Walker’s Dragons Fire (bay gelding, 2016, De Niro x Hohenstein, BWBS).
Amanda Shirtcliffe from Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire with her own Hermione (black mare, 2012, Vitalis, AES).
Sara Bates from Alcester, Warwickshire with her own Tango VII (bay mare, 2009, Arkida x Diamond Rock, AES).
Laura Gulliver from Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire with Joanne Alderton Whitworth’s Farok V. Singing (bay gelding, 2012, Hofrat).
Nicola Naylor from Ashford, Kent with her own and Rosalind Kay's Humberto L (bay gelding, 2012, Cachet x Haarlem, KWPN).
Isobelle Palmer from Leeds, Yorkshire with Catherine Austin’s Je Suis Adiva (black mare, 2014, Negro x Fabriano, KWPN).
Katie Radzik from Ashford, Kent with her own Showkia (bay gelding, 2009, Showmaker, WBS).
Marcelle Ward from Chichester, West Sussex with her own Dornroeschen (chestnut mare, 2006, De Niro x Royal Diamond, OLDBG) and her own Ivanho (liver chestnut gelding, 2013, Wynton x Parcival, KWPN).
Charlotte Cundall from Malton, North Yorkshire with The Veyron Partnership’s FJ Veyron (chestnut gelding, 2010, Vivaldi, OLDBG) and Lady Joseph Trust’s LJT Simply Red (liver chestnut gelding, 2009, Sixten Langholt, DWB).
Hope Hayward from Glastonbury, Gloucestershire with her own Cadeau K (bay gelding, 2007, Sir Donnerhall x Wolfgang, KWPN).
Sophie Wells from Newark, Nottinghamshire with Lady Joseph Trust’s Egebjerggards Samoa (black mare, 2016, DWB).
Tegan Vincent-Cooke from Bristol, Avon with her own Stolen Kiss (bay mare, 2008, Stravinsky).
Sarah Cooper from Torpoint, Cornwall with Rebecca Monk’s Seni-Lliso I (bay gelding, 2002, Deseado XXIX, ANCCE).
Suzanna Hext from Calne, Gloucestershire with Pammy Hutton’s Thijmingh (bay gelding, 2000, Flemmingh, KWPN).
Jason Inchley from Chard, Somerset with his own Rubin Ryella (dark bay mare, 2010, Royal Edition, BHHS).
Lorna Lee from Llangollen, Wrexham with her own Stepping Spartacus (grey gelding, 2009).
Vicky Earnshaw from Market Harborough, Leicestershire with her own Aldo MW (bay gelding, 2005, Matterhorn, KWPN).
Emma Kent from Retford, Nottinghamshire with her Mr and Mrs Kent and C Gillespie’s Zandokan (bay gelding, 2004, Concorde, KWPN).
Roseanne Knox from Gloucester, Gloucestershire with her own With Love JM (black gelding, 2014, Wolkenderry, AES).
Vicky Nurcombe from Loughborough, Leicestershire with Aimee-Louise Rowbotham’s Celano (brown gelding, 2007, Dayano x Jazz, KWPN).
Sara Bates from Alcester, Warwickshire with Patty Allen’s Solo Hit 2 (dark brown gelding, 2007, Sandro Hit x Donnerhall, HANN).
Lily Hughes from Neston, Cheshire with Lorna Higgins’ Nikita (Annie) (brown mare, 2001, HPA).
Sharon Kelsall from Canterbury, Kent with her own GDH Summer Hit (bay mare, 2009, Showmaker, WESTF).
Daniel Bates from Wolverhampton, Staffordshire with Sir Lee Pearson, Mr and Mrs D Pearson, G Chinn and Richard Wood’s Zion (bay gelding, 2004, Flemmingh, KWPN).
Julie Furber from Beaworthy, Devon with Mark Cunliffe’s Rastafari (bay gelding, 2000, Regazzoni, HANN).
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