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equitation

the study and practice of riding and horsemanship
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Senior Novice Equitation: 1 Amber Robertshaw (Morning Sky Swan Song), 2 Rachel Fielder (Barney).
"Last year we were Reserve Novice Champion and this time take on the intermediate where we will have to compete in dressage, equitation and showjump 2ft 9in."
Jenni Oxley, instructor for Teesside RDA, said: "Every Tuesday Jackie brings a group of children with learning disabilities, many of whom also have physical disabilities, to Eston Equitation Centre for horse riding with the Teesside Group of Riding for the Disabled.
Holly Johnstone, who rides Indie, a centre horse, won the Puffa and Trot in the British Horse Society National Equitation Competition 17 years and under category after a thrilling grand final held at Warwickshire College.
Pennyman Primary School, Ormesby, holds riding for the disabled classes at Eston Equitation Centre for youngsters with cerebral palsy.
WARWICKSHIRE Agricultural College at Moreton Morrell has been chosen as the venue for the final of the British Horse Society Equitation Competition next April.
It has already received more than one million hits and is now regarded as one of the most valuable sources for equitation information.
Class 1 and 2 were the Working Equitation classes A and B.
"The classes were ridden equitation, clear round and minimus jumping followed by horse and hound jumping, which was a mixture of two and four-legged hounds.
Twelve-year-old Amy Thomson, of Adeline Gardens, Gosforth, is taking Sunny to a national riding competition, the British Horse Society Equitation.
Riding for the Disabled Teesside Group runs lessons every Tuesday morning at Eston Equitation Centre.