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Abigail reigns supreme at Carleton

PUBLISHED: 08:00 22 June 2006 | UPDATED: 11:04 22 October 2010

Abigail Pring won the Supreme Ridden Championship at Carleton Riding Club's annual open showing show. The 12-year-old from Topcroft, near Bungay, was riding her Welsh Section B gelding, Cennen Sultan.

Abigail Pring won the Supreme Ridden Championship at Carleton Riding Club's annual open showing show.

The 12-year-old from Topcroft, near Bungay, was riding her Welsh Section B gelding, Cennen Sultan.

The Supreme In Hand Championship went to Sue Clarke from Ipswich with her Section A Stallion, Eastways Artful Dodger.

Lilly Gibbs, 15, a pupil at Wymondham College, won the Coloured class on her own Riva Celebration.

The British Show Hack Cob & Riding Horse Association affiliated Riding Club Horse and Riding Club Cob classes were won by Carleton Members.

Anna Savage, riding Malin More, won the Riding Horse Class, while Louise Nevard won the Cob class on Private Affair.

They are now qualified for the British Show Hack Cob and Riding Horse Society championship show in September.

Georgina Wood, 12, from Old Buckenham, riding Galway Harvest Moon, won the Absolute Horse Family Pony qualifier, the Working Hunter Pony, and the Open Working Hunter classes.

Lisa Spence from Colchester, riding Legal Elegance, won the Show Hunter Pony and the Small Hunter Classes, won two championships and was reserve Supreme Ridden Champion.

Her success continued on Scallywag, who was third in the Riding Club Riding Horse, second in the Ridden Hunter and third in the Novice Working Hunter.

Club Chairman Sara Campbell said: “I was pleased to see so may horses and riders, several having travelled long distances to join us. The club had a fantastic day.”

>pic courtesy on myonlinephotos.co.uk - Abigail Pring and Cennen Sultan.


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