Challenging courses at Mill Yard

Mill Yard Jump Challenge BR Farm
ON FORM: Beth Taylor and ‘Duchess’ were on form to jump clear in Class 4 Maxi at the Mill Yard Jump Challenge. (FW28-580NN)

SUNDAY, June 30 saw the third round of the Jump Challenge League 2019 take place at Mill Yard Equestrian Centre, Anahilt, Hillsborough.

The combination of show jumping, working hunter and cross-country fences provided an enjoyable course, with a few challenges, which everyone rode very well.

CLEAR: Liz Wilson and ‘Snowball’ jumped clear in Class 4 Maxi at the Mill Yard Jump Challenge. (FW28-579NN)

Mill Yard would like to thank everyone who competed at and supported the event, especially the NFU Mutual, Lisburn and Botanica International for sponsoring the 2019 League. Thanks also to Nomad Photography NI and the Happy Chef for covering this event.

The Jump Challenge League continues on Sundays, July 28 and August 25.

The Summer Show jumping League also continues on Fridays, July 19, August 2, 9, 16 and 30, starting at 6pm sharp with cross-poles followed by the 50cm, 60cm, 70cm, 80cm and 90cm (allow half hour per class for start times).

For more information, check out www.mill-yard.co.uk or contact Lucy at lucy@mill-yard.co.uk or 07790 625794.

RESULTS

Sunday, June 30

Jump Challenge League

Class 1 – Mini: =1 (5 Points) Mia Dickson, Little Chief; =2 (4 Points) Christine O’Neill, Primrose; Vivienne Andrews, Sarahs Pebble.

Class 2 – Midi: 1 (5 Points) Claire Dobbin, Louis.

Class 3 – Pairs: 1 (10 Points) Barbara Kearns, Henry Trotter and Kaitlyn Kearns, Doo Hat Bandit.

MIDI: Claire Dobbin and ‘Louis’ jumped clear to gain maximum points in Class 2 Midi at Mill Yard’s Jump Challenge. (FW28-578NN) PICTURES

Class 4 – Maxi: =1 (5 Points) Beth Taylor, Duchess; Liz Wilson, Snowball; Beth Taylor, Bobstar.

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