Round up from the 2018 Baileys Jump Training Championships
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JT Champs 2018 19 Feb 18

Round up from the 2018 Baileys Jump Training Championships

The final of the Baileys Jump Training series wrapped up a weekend of winter Championships this Sunday at Hartpury College in Gloucestershire.

The Jump Training Championship welcomed BE Accredited Coaches Nick Gauntlett and Annabel Scrimgeour who took the finalists on a guided group course walk before the start of each class and an individual warm up, riders then did one round of show jumping followed by feedback before jumping a second round. To decide the Champions both rounds of show jumping are marked for style, effectiveness of riding and the quality of the horse's jump and any show jumping faults over the two rounds are then included to produce a final score.

It was a double win for last year’s JT100 runner up, Jenna Good, who went one better this year to take the win and Championship title in both the JT100 and JT90 classes. With a final score of 15 after adding no jumping penalties to her style mark in the JT100, Jenna and Trewithian Hawkeweed clinched the win over Ibble Watson and Erica Watson’s Bookhamlodge Pennylane who took second place on their style mark of 15.5. Saskia Davies and her own Singing USK picked up four jumping penalties to go with their style mark of 14 to complete on 18 penalties for third place.

Producing another two clear jumping rounds in the JT90 with a style mark of 20.5, it was a second win for Jenna Good this time on Sasha Good’s Western King. Novice and Open Novice JAS Champion from the previous day, Southerly Roberts, took second place in the JT90 on Fiona Clare’s Wurlitzer I with a style score of 26 and no jumping penalties ahead of Sophia Marston and Blackstown Spot On in third.

Julie Jeffes and her own nine year old mare Hederfeld Ash were crowned JT80 Champions after adding no jumping penalties to their style score of 24.5. Tegan Wood and Karen Baugh’s Knockmanus Dusty claimed the runner up spot with their style mark of 28.5 and it was another third placing for Sophia Marston on a score of 29 this time with Esme Hatton’s Meiklekims Secret.

The full list of results from the Baileys Jump Training Championships can be found HERE.

Details on the Baileys Jumping & Style Championships can be found HERE.

Pictured: JT100 Championship top three.