British Showjumping’s Team LeMieux Pony Squad announced for Opglabbeek Nations Cup
Thursday 14 March 2019
The following squad has been selected to represent Great Britain under the title sponsor banner of Team LeMieux in the Pony Nations Cup in Opglabbeek, Belgium. The competition takes place between the 4th – 7th April 2019 at Sentower Park.
Jodie Burchmore-Eames, aged 16, from Northchurch, Hertfordshire with Robe Ruadh, a 15 year-old dun gelding owned by Sadie Burchmore
Shaunie Greig, aged 16, from Aberdeenshire with Casino Royale, a 16 year-old bay gelding owned by Anne Greig
Madison Heath, aged 14, from Nantwich, Cheshire with Flavia, a 9 year-old brown gelding owned by Sarah Williams
Megan Li, aged 14, from Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire with Harry, a 16 year-old bay gelding owned by Alex Li
Claudia Moore, aged 14, from Brentwood, Essex with Delflip, a 12 year-old bay mare owned by Katrina Moore
Holly Truelove, aged 15, from Brigg, Lincolnshire with Rexter d’Or, a 14 year-old grey stallion owned by Barrie Truelove
The Pony Nations Cup competition takes place on Sunday 7th April whilst the Grand Prix will take place on Friday 5th April. The Chef d’Equipe accompanying the squad will be 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 LeMieux, title sponsors of the Pony teams.
LeMieux is now established as the leading manufacturer of saddle pads in the UK and one of the fastest growing equestrian brands in Europe. The latest range of jumping pads has been developed with Scott Brash to precisely fit the cut of modern jumping saddles. The LeMieux product offering for horses extends beyond saddle pads to boots, bandages, fly hoods, headcollars and rugs - widely available through most good retailers or online at www.horsehealth.co.uk.
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.