Scott Dollemore, aged 15, from East Grinstead, Sussex has been awarded the NAF Shining Star Award for July
A member of the Sussex Academy he was nominated by Lead Coach, Judi Piper Dadswell who commented “Scott has been a dedicated Academy member for the past five years and has made a seamless transition onto horses. He is a hard-working, focused and dedicated team member. Also, his attention to detail and quest for knowledge is exceptional for someone so young.”
World number one showjumper Scott Brash heads a phenomenal line-up of riders heading to Hickstead for the Longines Royal International Horse Show (28 July to 2 August 2015).
Olympic and European gold medal winner Scott is entered with two of his rising star horses, Hello Forever and Hello M’Lady. The 30-year-old Brit has recently moved from his native Peeblesshire to a new base near the All England Jumping Course at Hickstead, and his appearance at the show will give showjumping fans a rare opportunity to see this jet-setting superstar compete on home turf.
Have the chance to find out and win a Responsible Rider Kit worth £150 with Petplan Equine at Hickstead
Specialist equine insurance provider, Petplan Equine is continuing its support of Hickstead for the 2015 competition season following its successful first year as official sponsor of this iconic equestrian competition venue. This year Petplan Equine is rewarding responsible riders with the chance to win a Responsible Riders kit worth £150.
Last April, the news that the Eventing Grand Prix was no longer to be held at Hickstead was met by widespread disappointment. Now, the Directors of the All England Jumping Course are delighted to announce a return of the class for this season, with a new and exciting format.
This year’s Royal County of Berkshire Show (21st – 22nd September) has some great equestrian action on the schedule!
From Heavy Horses through to Scurry Driving and Royal International Horse Show & Olympia qualifiers, the show also celebrates the diversity of the equine population with a range of showing classes from Shetlands and Highlands, Mountain & Moorlands through to Cleveland Bays and Friesians. As well as Cobs, Working Hunters and Riding Horse classes, the ‘Retrained Racehorses’ classes always draw lots of competitors and a big crowd and with the showground’s close proximity to Lambourn – a village famous for its association with the training of the world’s finest racehorses, you are always guaranteed to spot some familiar & successful bloodlines!