British Showjumping’s Team NAF Youth Squads announced for Opglabbeek Nations Cups
Thursday 14 March 2019
The following squads have been selected to represent Great Britain under the title sponsor banner of Team NAF in the Children, Junior and Young Rider Nations Cups in Opglabbeek, Belgium. The competition takes place between the 4th – 7th April 2019 at Sentower Park.
Charlotte Bowman, aged 13, from Swansea, West Glamorgan with Elido Esprit, a 10 year-old black mare owned by Mandy Bowman
Jasmin Clark, aged 12, from Southampton, Hampshire with Curosa, a 12 year-old bay mare owned by Jo Broadway
Madeline Coakley, aged 14, from Preston, Lancashire with Topwood Tandarra, an 11 year-old British bred chestnut mare owned by Simon Coakley
Alena Hughes, aged 12, from Doncaster, South Yorkshire with C’Mon Girl 2, a 13 year-old grey mare owned by Victoria Hughes
Chloe Lemieux, aged 12, from Southampton, Hampshire with Freya, a 9 year-old bay mare owned by Robert Lemieux
Eleanor Simpson, aged 13, from Newton Abbot, Devon with My Lucky Day, a 10 year-old chestnut mare owned by Susan Simpson
Ben Clark, aged 16, from Southampton, Hampshire with Valentino, a 17 year-old grey gelding owned by Kim Clark
Allana Clutterbuck, aged 18, from Upminster, Essex with Urlevent du Bary, an 11 year-old bay stallion owned by Marina Storgato
Lily Freeman-Attwood, aged 17, from Shrewsbury, Shropshire with Karibou Horta, a 9 year-old chestnut gelding owned by Eurohorse – Axel Verlooy
Matilda Lanni, aged 15, from Peterborough, Cambridgeshire with Newbridge’s Master Brown, a 13 year-old bay gelding owned by Stacey Webb
Antonia Platt, aged 17, from Chelmsford, Essex with Amigo, an 8 year-old bay gelding owned by Rosalind Platt
Oliver Tuff, aged 16, from Totnes, Devon with Darino B, an 11 year-old bay gelding owned by Jo Bishop and Justin Tuff
Georgina Burchmore-Eames, aged 18, from Northchurch, Hertfordshire with Wilandri E, a 16 year-old bay gelding owned by Jack Eames
Taisie de Gruchy, aged 20, from St. Ouen, Jersey with Winner of Picobello Z, a 12 year-old dark bay gelding owned by Lauren de Gruchy
Joe Fernyhough, aged 18, from Stonehouse, Gloucestershire with Calcourt Quicktime, a 9 year-old British bred brown gelding owned by Rowland Fernyhough
Alex Gill, aged 21, from Northallerton, North Yorkshire with Fyenda P, a 9 year-old bay mare owned by J Poppen
Jodie Hall-Mcateer, aged 18, from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire with either Coquin de Coquerie Z, a 10 year-old bay stallion owned by Mandy Hall or Fantom, a 10 year-old British bred bay gelding owned by Mandy Hall or Salt’n Peppa, a 10 year-old dark chestnut gelding owned by Mandy Hall
The Children and Young Rider Nations Cups competitions take place on Saturday 6th April whilst the Junior Nations Cup will be on Sunday 7th April. The Children and Young Rider Grand Prix’s take place on Thursday 4th April whilst the Junior Grand Prix will be on Friday 5th April. The Chef d’Equipe’s accompanying the teams will be Tony Newbery and Clare Whitaker.
For further information on the show and full results once the show is underway, visit www.sentowerpark.com.
British Showjumping would like to thank NAF, title sponsors of the Senior Nations Cup Teams along with the Children, Junior, Young Rider and Veteran teams.
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The GBR showjumping teams are supported by the British Equestrian Federation’s World Class Programme, funded by UK Sport through the National Lottery. The Programme focuses on identifying talent, developing potential and maximising medal-winning performances on the world stage.
* Updated 02/04/2019