British Eventing Junior & Young Rider European Championship Teams Announced

British Eventing is pleased to announce the team that will represent Great Britain at the FEI Junior & Young Rider European Championships in Montelibretti, Italy between 13 – 17 September.

The selected teams are as follows:

Isabelle Cook, aged 18 years from Worthing in West Sussex, with the 11 year-old chestnut mare Mexican Law owned by Jim Chromiak and also with the 9 year-old dark bay gelding Turbo owned by Shaun Lawson as direct reserve.

Annabel Finston, aged 17 years from Pertenhall in Bedfordshire, with her own 12 year-old bay mare Grafelles.

Joshua Levett, aged 18 years from Chipping Campden in Gloucestershire with the 14 year-old bay gelding This Ones On You owned by Elisabeth Murdoch

Anna Price, aged 18 years from Little Staughton, Bedfordshire, with the 8 year-old bay mare Keep Happy owned by her father Tim Price.

Pippa Royle, aged 17 years from Devizes in Wiltshire, with the 17 year-old bay gelding Bayano owned by Rebecca Salt and Caroline Harris

Jasmine Underwood, aged 18 years from Inkberrow in Worcestershire, with her own 10 year-old liver chestnut mare Indian Girl G

Ivy Fisher, aged 18 from Norwich in Norfolk, with her own 10 year-old grey mare Global Promise.

Tara Kay, aged 18 from Brackley in Northants, with 9 year-old grey mare Westwood II owned by Hannah Robins.

Ada Marson aged 17 from Woodbridge in Suffolk, with the 10 year-old mare Izzietop owned by her mother Jane Marson.

Young Riders (CH-EU-CCI3*-L)
Daisy Bathe, aged 20 from Cambridge, with the 13 year-old bay gelding Mexican Wave owned by Mary Hollingsworth.

Barnie Brotherton, aged 20 from Broadway in Worcestershire, with the 8 year-old bay gelding DHI King Nelson owned by his mother Naomi Brotherton.

Ellie Fredericks, aged 19 years from Devizes in Wiltshire, with the 8 year-old bay mare Pure Trendsetter owned by her mother Lucinda Fredericks.

Finn Healy, aged 19 from Hope Valley in Derbyshire, with the 10 year-old bay mare Treamble owned by Amy Hawley.

Maja Hullah, aged 21 from Winscombe in Somerset, with her own 12 year-old bay gelding Articus.

Millie Juleff,  aged 20 from Bodmin in Cornwall, with the 15 year-old chestnut gelding Donateur owned by herself and father, Darren Juleff.

Georgina Herrling, aged 20 from Watlington in Oxfordshire and her own 11 year-old grey gelding Cooley Now or Never.

Jemima Howden, aged 19 from Charlbury in Oxfordshire, with her own 10 year-old bay gelding ALS Russian Rolex.

Anya Strilkowski, aged 19 from Upton – Upon – Severn in Worcestershire, with her own 8 year-old gelding K.

The team will be accompanied by British Eventing Youth Performance Manager and Chef d’Equipe Darrell Scaife.

Dressage will take place on the 14-15 September followed by Cross Country on the 16 September. Medals placings will be decided on Sunday 17 September when the show jumping takes place.

For further information and results from the FEI Junior and Young Rider Championships once the event is underway can be found by visiting

The Junior and Young Rider teams have been supported by Mattes who are supplying their revolutionary saddle pads to all youth team riders. For decades, the Mattes team has mastered the delicate balancing act between the needs and anatomical realities of the horse, maximum functionality and quality and a stylish appearance.  They are able to configurate personalised saddle pads across the entire mattes range all of which is available via their there online configurator here.

The teams have been further supported by Racesafe who are supplying all riders with a new body protector. Racesafe body protectors offer the latest European and BETA standards of protection at market-leading comfort and weight levels.  More on Racesafe products can be found by visiting their website here.


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