Show Jumping Success

Nov 28

This Sunday, 27 November, we took 11 girls from across the school to Moreton Equestrian Centre for the National Schools Equestrian Association Grassroots (NSEA) and Regional Points League (RPL) classes.  The girls represented Hanford brilliantly throughout the morning, showing incredible team spirit and camaraderie towards each other as well as towards other teams competing.
The girls came away with rosettes in every class, many of them first place ones! The full list of results are:
40cm Grassroots Class: Alice riding Cracker took the individual 1st place.
50cm Grassroots Class: Alice riding Cracker, Isla Rose riding Coco, Ellie riding Hana and Aliza Rae riding Piper took the team 1st place.   In addition, Elsa riding Mouse took the individual 1st place for this class with Alice riding Cracker claiming 3rd place and Ellie riding Hana taking 4th place close behind her.
Hanford School-Show Jumping Success 1
60cm Grassroots Class: Elsa riding Mouse, Grace riding Socks and Cecily riding Bella took the team 1st place.   Another team made up of Alice riding Cracker, Isla Rose riding Coco, Ellie riding Hana and Aliza Rae riding Piper taking 4th place.   In addition, individually Elsa riding Mouse won the individual 1st place again, and Grace riding Socks also picked up 6th place in the class.
70cm Grassroots Class: Cecily riding Bella took 5th place.
75cm RPL Class: Charlotte riding Max, Evie riding Daisy, Islay riding Cloudy and Chloe riding Bubbles took team 1st place.  In addition Chloe also took 2nd place individually riding Rocky and Islay took the 3rd place riding Cloudy.
Hanford School-Show Jumping Success 2
85cm RPL Class:  the team of Charlotte riding Max, Evie riding Daisy, Islay riding Cloudy and Chloe riding Rocky came 2nd; Charlotte riding Max took the 2nd place rosette individually.
It was a very successful and happy day.  A huge thank you to all the parents who transported ponies and girls to Moreton and for helping get them to the rings at the right time, in the right kit!   This was no mean feat at 9am on a Sunday morning!
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