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British Eventing’s Team NAF Junior & Young Rider European Championship squads announced

The list of riders who will represent Great Britain under the title sponsor banner of Team NAF at the Junior and Young Rider Championships this summer has been announced. The Championships will be run on home soil at Hartpury, Gloucestershire from 25-31 July. The teams will be accompanied by youth performance manager, Darrell Scaife.

YOUNG RIDERS

 Alice Casburn, aged 20 years from Norwich in Norfolk, with the 14-year-old gelding, Topspin, owned by Caroline Casburn.

 Molly Faulkner, aged 20 years from Edenbridge in Kent, with the 11-year-old gelding, Call me Cooley, owned by the rider.

 Phoebe Hughes aged 19 years from Andover in Hampshire, with the 15-year-old gelding, Top Biats, owned by George Brooks.

 Maja Hullah, aged 20 years from Winscombe in Somerset, with the 11-year-old gelding, Articus, owned by the rider.

 Millie Juleff, aged 19 years from Bodmin in Cornwall, with the 11-year-old gelding, All We Need, owned by the rider and Darren Juleff.

Ibble Watson, aged 19 years from Broadway in Gloucestershire, with the 11-year-old gelding, Aristoteles S Z, owned by the rider.

 Reserves

 Tarka Abraham, aged 20 years from New Milton in Hampshire, with the 10-year-old gelding, Vamoose, owned by Joanne Broadway.

 Polly Muirhead, aged 19 from Tiverton in Devon, with Penhill Touch of Class, owned by Sarah Muirhead.

 

JUNIORS

 Holly Clarke, aged 18 years from Burton-on-Trent in Staffordshire, with the 8-year-old gelding, Nico, owned by Alex Clarke.

 Isabelle Cook, aged 17 years from Worthing in West Sussex, with the 17-year-old gelding, Calvino II, owned by Elisabeth Murdoch and the 10-year-old mare, Mexican Law, owned by Kristina Cook and Jim Chromiak.

 Grace Donnor, aged 17 years from Buntingford in Hertfordshire, with the 15-year-old gelding, Cooley Ramiro, owned by Joanne Donnor.

Finn Healy, aged 18 years from Hope Valley in Derbyshire, with the 11-year-old mare, Fathers Compromise, owned by Michelle Pritchard.

Jaymee Savill, aged 18 years from Cheltenham in Gloucestershire, with the 9-year-old gelding, Grange Ash Sparrow, owned by the rider.

Jasmine Underwood, aged 17 years from Inkberrow in Worcestershire, with the 9-year-old mare, Indian Girl G, owned by the rider

Reserves

Emily Callard, aged 17 years from Andover in Hampshire, with the 15-year-old gelding, Ballingowan Serenity, owned by the rider

Beatrice Montgomerie, aged 16 years from Tetbury in Gloucestershire, with the 12-year-old gelding, Monbeg By Magic, owned by the rider

Lottie Royle, aged 17 years from Devizes in Wiltshire, with the 9-year-old mare, Harthill Zara, owned by Amanda Royle

For further information on the Championships and for results once they are underway click here.

British Eventing would like to thank NAF, title sponsors of the Junior and Young Rider Eventing Teams. Thanks also go to Fairfax & Favor, Holland Cooper, Racesafe and Welligogs who are further supporting the teams with kit.

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