Georgina Kidner, 16, from Poringland continued her run of recent success with a trip last weekend to the Trailblazers Championships in Warwickshire.
Having qualified two horses in both novice and elementary with first rounds at Forest Edge and second rounds at Humberstone, Georgina's trip ended on a fabulous note with three wins on The Mission.
The pair finished the final elementary test by a clear 10 pc, scoring 76 pc with a nine for medium trot, which was the second highest score over the three-days, securing them the Junior Elementary Championship. The Mission is a 20-year-old owned by Jade Warman who is currently working in Germany and who trained Georgina for six years, before Tessa Fielder took over as coach.
Georgina's success continued when her other horse, Parkhall Paintpot who was first reserve in both the Novice and Elementary Championships.
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