2018 selection

Susie Berry

Susie Berry

Ireland

Top 3 Results 2018:

  • 1st - Great Witchingham Advance Intermediate
  • 2nd - Aston Le Walls Advance Under 25
  • 2nd - CCI* Hartpury

Biography:

Susie is a 23-year-old Event rider representing Ireland, based in Northampton and competing up to CCI4*. With a yard full of National Hunt mares and foals at home in County Down, Northern Ireland, Susie has been surrounded by horses all her life. In 2014 Susie relocated from Northern Ireland to Northampton to work for and train with Piggy French. Susie has been fortunate enough to represent Ireland at no less than six European Championship from Ponies through to the Young Riders and this has enabled her to compete at some amazing places across Europe winning gold and bronze medals along the way. 2019 is going to be a busy year, with an exciting string of horses to compete from 4-year olds to CCI4*. The big aim for this season is Bramham International CCI4* (L) u25 with Stonedge, while her younger horses will be aimed at the Young Horse Championships at Osberton with possibly being selected for the World Young Horse Breeding Championships at d’Angers Le Lion, France at the end of the season.

Mary Edmundson

Mary Edmundson

United Kingdom

Top 3 Results 2018:

  • 3rd - CIC** South of England
  • 6th - CCI* Millstreet
  • 2nd - Poplar Open Intermediate

Biography:

Mary has been riding all her life as her family are heavily involved in the equine industry. She was lucky enough to compete for Great Britain at Junior and Young Rider level before spending some time working in racing and attending Reading University. Since then she has been Eventing full time working towards her goals of competing successfully at the highest levels of the sport.

Alex Kennedy

Alex Kennedy

United Kingdom

Top 3 Results 2018:

  • Individual Bronze - Young Rider Europeans Fontainebleau, highest placed British rider
  • 1st - CCI-S4* Ballindenisk
  • 2nd - Advanced Little Downham

Biography:

Alex grew up around horses from a very early age; with her mother running a busy riding school and livery yard, it was inevitable. She was first placed on a horse at 18 months old and so it was a no brainer she would pursue a career in eventing. She left school having finished all of her GCSE’s and has been lucky enough over the course of 6 years to have been based with some experts in the sport who helped her learn the ropes. She is now based back at home and is successfully running her string of horses. Over her youth year she was lucky enough to be selected to represent Great Britain 3 times, and during this time won Team Bronze at the Junior Europeans in 2015, back to back individual medals (silver and bronze) at the Young Rider Europeans in 2017 and 2018 and also picked up a Team Bronze in 2017. She now enters into the senior level of eventing and is working vicariously, alongside some incredibly supportive owners and sponsors, to reach the top levels of the sport in her years to come.

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