Long lists for FEI Dressage European Championships for Youth announced

  • Written By: British Dressage
  • Published: Thu, 21 Mar 2024 14:29 GMT

Following results and progress throughout the winter season, the British Dressage U21 Selectors are delighted to release their long lists of riders in contention for team selection for the FEI Youth European Championships 2024. 


 Long-listed combinations, in alphabetical order by athlete surname:

Children on Horses

Ella-Grace Dovey from Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire with Hannah Dovey’s Flaviano (bay stallion, 2008, Florencio I, HANN).

Evie Head from Whitchurch, Shropshire with Rob and Nicola Lickley’s Gracia (black mare, 2011, Negro x Don Gregory, KWPN).

Annabelle Wesley from Kidderminster, Worcestershire with Trevor Dickens’ Vanir Kamira (bay mare, 2005, Camiro de Haar Z x Dixi, ISH). 


Daisy Bullman from Ely, Cambridgeshire with her own and Eleanor Darling and Andrew Constable’s Godrics Dionysus (bay stallion, 2016, Danger 36 x Donnerwetter).

Ella Fraser from Norwich, Norfolk with her own and Rebecca Fraser’s Brouwershaven’s Viceroy (bay gelding, 2009, Jurjen H x Speyksbosch Nelson).

Sofia Games from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire with Janet Oliver and Katie Oliver-Games’ Steendieks Cadillac (chestnut gelding, 2011, FS Chambertin, HOLST).

Abigail Gray from Banchory, Aberdeenshire with her own George Clooney B.S (grey gelding, 2011, Caesar 171 x Santano, KWPN).

Violet Hawkins from Brackley, Northamptonshire with Jayne Turney’s Cruz (chestnut gelding, 2009, Caesar 171).

Evie Head from Whitchurch, Shropshire with Lauren Geraghty's WS Jackson (chestnut gelding, 2011, Chiskin Jaguar, AES). 

Darcey Blaze Marcus from Godalming, Surrey with Heidi Marcus’s Tackmann’s Dark Deluxe (dun gelding, 2015, D-Day AT x Dornik B) and Heidi Marcus's Ella (grey mare, 2009, Caesar 171).


Mette Dahl from Haywards Heath, West Sussex with Fiona Bigwood’s Fidelio Van Het Bloemenhof (chestnut gelding, 2009, Fidertanz x Jazz, BWP). 

Isabella Caldwell from Knutsford, Cheshire, with Katie Caldwell, Sarah Higgins and Pip Higgins’ Don Geniro (chestnut gelding, 2007, Don Kennedy x Giorgione, BHHS).

Megan Field from Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire with her own Bright Time (chestnut gelding, 2007, Breitling W, OLDBG).

Sofia Games from Cheltenham, Gloucestershire with Leslie Forlee’s Boccelli 6 (liver chestnut gelding, 2007, Belissimo M x Riccione, WESTF).

Myles Graham from Swindon, Wiltshire with Caroline Bell’s Nibeley Union Hit (dark bay mare, 2007, Nibeley Union Jack x Sandro Hit, AES) and Caron Roberts’ Nibeley Black Pearl (black mare, 2012, Nibeley Union Jack x Conto, AES).

Demi Howard-Cartwright from Ascot, Berkshire with Lorna Wilson's Newton Astro Nascente (chestnut gelding, 2016, Apache x Don Schufro, OLDBG).

Ruby Hughes from Southam, Warwickshire with with her own, Gareth and Rebecca Hughes and Julia Hornig’s Classic Goldstrike (chestnut gelding, 2011, Tango x Krack C, KWPN) and Carl Hester's Brioso (chestnut mare, 2010, Benetton Dream x Dimaggio).

Isla Sully from Glastonbury, Somerset with Cassandra Sully’s Vagabond de Massa (bay gelding, 2009, Reito x Xaquiro, LUSIT).

Sophie Wallace from Stroud, Gloucestershire with Ursula Bechtolsheimer and Laura Tomlinson’s First Light (grey gelding, 2016, Fürstenball, OLDBG).

Young Riders

Claudia Davis from Loughton, Essex with her own Fergus RT (black gelding, 2010, Uphill x Ferro, KWPN).

India Durman-Mills from Leicester, Leicestershire with Verity Saul’s Escade (bay gelding, 2009, Jazz, KWPN).

Oliver Gould from Pulborough, West Sussex with Amanda Towle’s Virtue (chestnut gelding, 2012, Vitalis, WESTF).

Emma Howson based in Albufeira, Portugal with her own Junky XL (black gelding, 2014, Ampere, KWPN), pictured.

Lily Laughton from Chippenham, Wiltshire, based in the Netherlands with her own Hulana T (bay mare, 2013, Ampere x Florencio, KWPN).

Isobel Lickley from Albrighton, Staffordshire with Rob and Nicola Lickley’s Katniss (liver chestnut mare, 2015, Galaxie x Charmeur, KWPN) and Gestüt Nymphenburg and Rob Lickley’s Nymphenburg's First Ampere (bay stallion, 2011, Ampere x Weltruhm, HANN).

Hermione Tottman from St Albans, Hertfordshire with Niki Tottman’s Exquisite (bay gelding, 2008, Lord Loxley, KWPN).

FEI Dressage European Championships for Youth 2024 will take place as follows:

FEI Young Rider & U25 European Championships
St. Margarethen, Austria, 16 - 21 July

FEI Pony, Junior and Children on Horses European Championships
Sentower Park, Belgium, 25 - 28 July