Three days of British Showjumping at Inverurie’s Cabin Equestrian Centre culminated in the hotly contested North Trophy Show.
After securing first in the Senior 90cm, freelance equestrian sports coach Sue Hendry on 21-year-old Tomahawk was in the ribbons again in the Senior 90cm Open.
Sue headed back to her Midmar home with the North Trophy Show trophy and sash as highest placed BS North Area rider.
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Deeside-based Jodie Maher was the overall winner of the Senior Discovery/Senior 1m Open on seven-year-old Bem Bi Bre after notching up a second place and one of the very few double clears in the Senior 1m Open as well as third in the National 1.30m Open on Gavanta. Also heading home with a trophy and sash as winning rider in the Connolly’s Red Mills Senior Newcomers/Senior 1.10m Open was Aberdeen’s Alan Spalding on Advocator C.S.
Forres rider and keen eventer Rosie Pindar – based at Burgie Eventing Centre – secured not one but two sashes for being the highest placed North Area rider in both Foxhunter/Senior 1m 20 and the National 1.30m Open on Wings III and Hanleen Beatrice respectively.
The trophy for the National 1.30m Open went to Lucy Guild from Forfar.