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HOYS 2018

SEIB Racehorse to Riding Horse HOYS Finals 2018 Results: 

1st – Gateshead (USA) 2012 s/ First Defence (USA) d/ Tsar’s Pride (GB) ds/ Sadler’s Wells (USA)

Owned by Zoe Turner and ridden by Oliver Hood from Norfolk

2ndWild West (IRE) 2008 s/ Galileo (IRE) d/ Monumental Gesture (IRE) ds/ Head For Heights (GB)

owned and ridden by Lizzie Harris from Leicestershire

3rd – Hero Worship (IRE) 2003 s/ Kalanisi (IRE) d/ Shesasmartlady (IRE) ds/ Dolphin Street (FR)

Owned and ridden by Abigail Sole from West Sussex

4thMighty Yar (IRE) 2010 s/ Teofilio (IRE) d/ Karaliyfa (IRE) ds/ Kahyasi (IRE)

Owned and ridden by Sophie Staveley from Yorkshire

5th What Of It (IRE) 2003 s/ Tel Quel (FE) d/ Whats The Trouble (IRE) ds/Alphabatim (USA)

Owned by Sarah Ward and ridden by Hannah Horton from Berkshire

6thValentine Jak (IRE) 2003 s/ Imperial Ballet (IRE) d/ Yahe (IRE) ds/ Alazao (USA)

Owned and ridden by Donna Bamonte from Devon

7th – Clonard Lad (GB) 2005 s/ Presenting (GB) d/ Furiella (GB) ds/ Formidable (USA)

Owned by Rebecca O’Neill and ridden by Paul Langrick from York

8th – Grandeur (IRE) 2009 s/ Verglas (IRE) d/ Misskinta (IRE) ds/ Desert Sun (GB)

Owned by Yvonne Jacques and ridden by Jo Bates

 

  • HOYS 2018

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