PENISTONE dressage ace Becky Moody was the big winner at last weekend’s Addington High Profile Show, topping the leaderboard in all three classes entered with Carinsio.
Together with her own eight-year-old Painted Black gelding, the duo claimed both Prix St George tests with scores of 74.07 per cent and 74.38 per cent while also making a winning debut at Intermediate level with 70.70 per cent.
Moody and Davina Parker’s 15-year-old KWPN mare, Tirsa, also took second in the second Intermediate class of the competition.
The duo scored 71.44 per cent to finish behind Danish rider Sune Hansen, who chose the High Profile show to make his British dressage debut.
Riding his own nine-year-old Danish gelding Carso’Ni in the second Intermediate of the competition, Hansen scored 74.03 per cent to take first place.
Hull’s Maisie Scruton was also celebrating as her and Clare Hole’s 14-year-old Dutch-bred stallion Rembrandt DDH claimed the top spot in the hands of Hole in the pony individual test, scoring 68.9 per cent.
Scarborough-based horse rescue and rehoming Charity All for Horses are holding an equestrian tabletop sale on Thursday, February 5.
Open to the public between 6pm and 7pm, sellers are advised to set up at 5.15pm with tables costing £5 and pre-booking is advised due to spaces being limited.
The organisation’s Cathy Edwards explained: “This is our first sale this year and we already have several tables booked. There will be a good variety of useful horse equipment on sale at bargain prices such as saddles, bridles, rugs, and riding equipment.”
The venue for the tabletop sale is Church Becks Hall, Scarborough, YO13 0SA.
To book a table call 07748 101 117.