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2022 BSPS Heritage M&M supreme: better of breeds


  • The 2022 BSPS Heritage M&M supreme ridden closing held at London Worldwide Horse Present was a feast for the eyes, with every of the 12 native breeds being represented by beautiful ponies and their hard-working riders.

    Popping out on prime was Amanda Sharman’s seven-year-old Connemara Citadel Kestrel and his producer Lucy Glover, and alongside the highest 10 closing placings, 12 better of breed prizes have been awarded.

    In no explicit order, meet the very best of breed winners topped within the 2022 BSPS Heritage M&M supreme ridden closing at London Worldwide…

    Don’t miss the complete report, together with full particulars of the marks awarded to every mixture, on this week’s difficulty of H&H journal…


    Amanda Sharman’s Citadel Kestrel, ridden by Lucy Glover, scores prime marks to win his better of breed title and the general supreme honour, on his debut at London Worldwide.


    Ruth Roberts’ stallion Wildhoeve Oki Doki is prime Fell, and ninth general, with Clare Fitch.

    Welsh part B

    The Walker household’s Melau Aramis tops the Welsh part B line-up and finishes seventh general on his debut within the championship with Lauren Brill.


    For the second yr in a row, Julie Pennell’s Dales stallion Nipna Midnight Rambler lifts his better of breed title with Sarah Parker, earlier than ending fifth within the closing line-up.


    Lucy Richardson’s Briar Snowfox and Lilly Richardson are prime Shetland and likewise win the Heniarth trophy for the best positioned junior mixture.


    Felicity Thompson’s home-bred Salcombe Starehole Bay, final yr’s reserve supreme, reclaims the very best of breed sash earlier than touchdown fourth general.

    Welsh part D

    Katherine Mark’s home-produced stallion Thorneyside Guardsman is better of the Welsh part Ds.

    Welsh part A

    Jenny Harker’s stallion Dukeshill Pearly Spencer and Victoria Harker win the Welsh part A crown and are named reserve supreme champions.


    Mary Rose Bryant’s Warrenmere Woodcock wins the Exmoor sash, beneath Elizabeth Etchells, on his closing look in London.


    Third general and better of the Highland subject is Jane McNaught’s gelding Dunedin Mascot with Katie Widespread.

    New Forest

    Leisa Woodward’s stallion Hilltop Ned and final yr’s supreme victor Rebecca Penny prime the New Forests and end eighth.

    Welsh part C

    Popping out because the victorious Welsh part C is London debutante Hannah Turnock’s stallion Menai George.

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