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British Eventing CCI4* Nations Cup team confirmed for Aachen

British Eventing is pleased to announce the team that has been selected to represent Great Britain at the CCI4* Nations Cup competition in Aachen, Germany between 30 June – 1 July is as follows:

Team:

Yasmin Ingham from Nantwich, Cheshire with the 12-year-old chestnut gelding Banzai du Loir owned by Janette Chinn and The Sue Davies Fund.

Tom McEwen from Malmesbury, Gloucestershire with the 12-year-old dark brown gelding JL Dublin owned by Mr & Mrs J Lambert and Mrs D Johnston.

Gemma Stevens from Horsham, West Sussex with the 11-year-old grey gelding Flash Cooley owned by Pru Dawes.

Kirsty Chabert from Salisbury, Wiltshire with the 14-year-old bay mare Classic VI owned by John Johnston, Carole Somers and Kate Ward.

Individual:

Hector Payne from Andover, Hants with the 15-year-old grey gelding Dynasty owned by Jeremy & Judith Skinner and David & Margie Hall.

Ride and Drive:

Gemma Stevens with the 15-year-old bay mare Santiago Bay owned by Caroline Teltsch.

The team will be accompanied by World Class Performance Manager for Eventing, Richard Waygood MBE.

The British Eventing teams are supported by the British Equestrian Federation’s World Class Programme, funded by UK Sport through the National Lottery. The Programme focuses on identifying talent, developing potential and maximising medal-winning performances on the world stage.

For further information on the event, click here.

More information on the FEI Nations Cup, including the full calendar, is available here.

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