Young Achievement Award
search for this year's winner of the Equissage Young Achievement
Award is hotting up.
from the South East Eventer's League are currently out and about
keeping a keen eye on competitors to find the rider they think is
the most deserving.
can also be nominated for the award so if you know of a young event
rider based in the South East who is 25 or under please contact
an exceptional season, young rider Molly Key from Chiddingfold in
Surrey took the honours last year.
prestigious Young Achievement Award is open to all South East eventers
aged 25 and under and is supported by Equissage, the leaders in
winner also receives a week's training with top event rider Tiny
Clapham and the Equissage Trophy.
Co-ordinator Roland Clarke says: "The Young Achievement Award
is important in identifying and rewarding young talent in the South
East and the competition is gathering momentum as the season progresses.
League aims to encourage the growth of eventing throughout the region
at all levels and believes in building for the sport's future."
am really pleased that the League is proving so popular and we are
delighted to be involved with the series," says Kim Smith-Bingham
wish everyone luck and no doubt there will again be some outstanding
achievements this year. We very much look forward to awarding the
Clapham is a big fan of the Equissage physiotherapy system which
she used on all her horses in the yard and we hope the winner of
the award will learn a great deal from spending a week with her."
make a nomination please contact Roland Clarke on 07768 367752 or
further information on Equissage contact 0800 072 1180 or visit