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Mundole Equestrian show jumping event hosts double clear rounds on May Day weekend

By Craig Christie

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THE first of May saw first class show jumping take place at Mundole Equestrian centre.

Show jumping.
Show jumping.

Scoting a hat-trick of wins was Avoch rider Millie McLean on Patsey, including two double clear rounds and the fastest four faults in the 0.80 class.

A family contest developed after Glenferness' Rebecca Laing on Just Jackson had a classic round to win the 0.90 class then was runner up in the 1.00m class to her mother’s horse, Classical High Flyer ridden by Avril Johnson.


Poles: 1 Isla Conti, Forres (Luna); 2 Francesca Mair, Inverness (Georgie); 3 Kyla Mantilla Ross, Brodie (Wizard)

X Poles: 1 Tamzin Sutherland, Forres (Barney)

0.45: 1 Ava Crozier, Nairn (Golden Blossom); 2 Lexie Innes, Buckie (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 3 Tamzin Sutherland (Barney)

0.60: 1 Millie McLean, Avoch (Patsey); 2 Lexie Innes (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 3 Ava Crozier (Golden Blossom)

0.70: 1 Millie McLean (Patsey); 2 Kelly Steel, Elgin (Misty); 3 Carla Morrison (Danny Boy)

0.80: 1 Millie McLean (Patsey); 2 Carla Morrison (Danny Boy); 3 Zoe Barclay, Elgin (Rosie)

0.90: 1 Rebecca Laing, Glenferness (Just Jackson); 2 Zoe Barclay (Rosie); 3 Lisa Philip, Nairn (Impy)

1.00: 1 Avril Johnson, Rafford (Classical High Flyer); 2 Rebecca Laing (Just Jackson); 3 Lisa Philip (Impy)

1.10: 1 Avril Johnson (Classical High Flyer)

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