15 August 2015

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Zoe Moore-Williams and Mr Belstaff web

BRINGING five horses from Devon to one of her favourite shows proved a huge success for Zoe Moore-Williams when heading the SK Wilson Plant Hire Restricted Championship on Mr Belstaff.

The handsome black Maxi Cob is now six and went immaculately for Zoe to continue this year’s success.

As well as showing Mr Belstaff is also jumped and hunts to keep his work varied and Zoe was delighted with the fantastic result.

“Mum rides him he is so quiet and she hasn’t really ridden for 20 years he is a great asset to the team and has a temperament to die for.”

Jamie Ryder-Phillips and the attractive chestnut, Morsecode continued their winning run at Equifest to take the Working Hunter Championship at an action packed evening performance.

Joining his yard at Christmas after a tip-off from Emma Wild, the six-year-old came from Helen van Heyningen and they have gone from strength to strength throughout the season.

Having a fantastic Equifest and in unbeatable form, Amy Bosworth and Sharlene Royal Enclosure headed the www.harlequin-horsebox-hire 4,5 and 6-year-old Supreme Championship for another amazing result.

Said Amy: “He is just the consummate showman and gets better and better each night.”

As the third day of competition at Equifest drew to a close, the action again provided great viewing and a fabulous atmosphere.

Kai Wood and the delightful Telynau Quickstep were the winners of the First Ridden Show Pony Championship to a rousing round of applause.

The Hackney sections saw Hayley McNiece with Baldwins A Class Act win the driving championship while Lucinda Haines and Kookabura’s stylish performance was the judges choice in the Hack Championship.

Pilgrim and Amy Hunter were popular winners of the BSPA Piebald / Skewbald In Hand Championship before Rebecca Rawlinson and Penmire Dudley took to centre stage to win the Concoours D’Elegance Traditional Clothing.

The Equifest M&M In Hand Championship saw Danielle Waller and the grey mare, Brynrodyw Boneddiges take the honours.

Gemma Bolt and Whalton Dimity smiled all the way to the Nupafeed Riding Horse Championship while The Hewitt Family Ridden M&M Championship went to Glynwyn The Living Daylights for the Jacksons.

Another fantastic Evening Performance at an action packed Equifest.

Zoe Moore-Williams and Mr Belstaff web

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