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showjumping

the riding of horses in competitions to demonstrate skill in jumping over or between various obstacles
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CLEVELAND showjumper Millie Allen is on her way to Olympia in two weeks' time after taking the top spot in the final qualifier of the 2015 Dodson and Horrell and World Class Programme U23 Championship Series.
The horse farm is located in Lesmahago, South Lanarshire and owned by Barr, who has won a number of titles as a showjumper.
Matthew's uncle Alex Barr, 29, is rated among Britain's top 50 showjumpers and is a close friend of Olympic showjumping gold medallist Scott Brash.
The other highlight of the EEC season, the CSI3*-W Dubai Showjumping Championships is scheduled for January 30-February 1 and once again is set to attract the best Arab League competitors as well as top international showjumpers.
Corinne Bracken, chef d'equipe and team coach for the children, junior and young rider international squads and programme manager of the Elite Talent Programme, said: "The apprenticeship is delivered entirely within specialist training camps throughout the year and in the riders' daily routine aspiring showjumpers.
One notable absentee, though, is leading British showjumper John Whitaker, who misses out while he continues his recovery from a fractured and dislocated ankle suffered following a fall in late October.
GREAT Britain's showjumpers were left to reflect on what might have been after team medal success eluded them at the Alltech FEI European Championships.
Tim competed as part of the Great Britain team at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, where he proved himself to be one of the top British showjumpers.
The equestrian event, which takes place at Stoneleigh Park from November 9-11, will feature several demonstrations from celebrity showjumpers as well as the sale of a range of horse-related goodies.
Cian rode into trouble last week after TWO showjumpers refused to compete in the same team alongside him.
Britain's showjumpers went some way to repairing their dented reputations by winning the Aga Khan Challenge Trophy, Ireland's round of the Samsung Super League, at Ballsbridge, Dublin, yesterday.
By the time Kate opted to take time out to train Larry up to the required standard to compete on the senior showjumping circuit, receiving her schooling at home to increase her time with him, she had become one of the most successful showjumpers in the country, amassing 30 trophies - including two junior nationals.