Berkshire’s Tatiane Mauree heads up the Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round at Bishop Burton College
Monday 09 July 2018
Tatiane Mauree enjoyed a good weekend at Bishop Burton College in East Yorkshire when she won the Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round on Sunday.
With all eyes on the two Horse of the Year Show tickets on offer for this October’s Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Championship Final, the fifty-eight starters battled it out until just eighteen were left to go head to head in the final jump off.
Thirteen year-old Tatiane from Newbury, Berkshire gave the best performance in the jump off with the 8 year-old bay mare Horseabout Zibu owned by Arlina Mauree. In a competitive final jump off, this combination was unlucky to pick up 4 faults in the latter part of the course, but their time was to prove fast enough for first place after they crossed the finish line in 45.68 seconds.
The riders and ponies that finished in third to fifth took home the chance to compete in the Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Masters at the British Showjumping National Championships.
Bishop Burton College – Sunday 8th July 2018
Blue Chip Pony Newcomers Second Round
1st Tatiane Mauree & Horseabout Zibu – 0/0/4 – 45.68 seconds
2nd Nicole Lockhead Anderson & Nightgirl Van Het Sonnishof Z – 0/0/4 – 46.98 seconds
3rd Nicole Lockhead Anderson & Epee Nazar – 0/0/4 – 49.96 seconds
4th Chloe Templeton & Still Got Me – 0/0/8 – 48.21 seconds
5th Elizabeth Baker & Latinka Tj Van Overis – 0/0/12 – 52.75 seconds
NB: Qualifications will be updated pending grading of results.
The Horse of the Year Show 2018 will take place from the 3rd – 7th October at Birmingham’s NEC. The British Showjumping National Championships 2018 will take place during the 7th – 12th August at the National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.
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