Update of the Senior Riders who will be representing their country in Switzerland in August 2016
This year we had six senior riders who achieved the CRI qualifications and applied for places on the team
The rules allow British Reining to send up to six senior riders to this event and after the trot-up-in Switzerland a team of four would have been selected by the Chef d’Equipe, Simon Barnes
The remaining two would ride as individuals for their country
Initially we had six senior riders as follows
(ladies first )
Then (alphabetical order)
Unfortunately there have been a number of lameness and horse related issues which has resulted in Francesca, Jessica and Josh withdrawing from the competition.
Therefore the team for the FEI World Reining Championship 2016 will be:
We are also pleased to inform you that we have two junior riders who have qualified for this event, and will be competing as individuals for Great Britain.
Fiona Howard and
Isobel Le Pla.
We are aware that we have a number of our members who will be traveling to Switzerland to support our riders. We have a list of hotels close the CS Ranch, so if you would like to join us at the show, please contact Peter Lane via the Contact page of this website.
Update for Team GBR . You will all have seen the post confirming the three members of the team that will be going to Aachen next week. The fourth member of the team should have been Josh Collins.Unfortunately due to the FEI now not accepting Josh's scores at WEG last year he has not qualified as he now does not have the necessary two CRI scores. We have tried extremely hard to reverse their decision, but have been unsuccessful We all are extremely disappointed as we know Josh is , and the team will greatly miss him.
A team of three British athletes have been announced by British Reining ahead of the European Championships in Aachen, Germany (14-16 August 2015).
The team boasts a wealth of experience, with all selected members having represented Great Britain at the World Equestrian Games in Normandy last year.Read more