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Posted on 22nd February 2020

Baileys Horse Feeds Jump Training Championships success

On Saturday 22nd February, Moreton Morrell was host to the Baileys Horse Feeds Jump Training Championships. Jump Training (JT) is open to both BE Members and non-members and boasts the unique training element where BE Accredited Coaches are on hand to provide advice and feedback on your jumping in real time.

The British Eventing Accredited coaches onsite this year were Gary Parsonage and Jeanette Brakewell. Riders came from a variety of backgrounds from previous Wobbleberry Challengers to those planning their first eventing season in 2020.  

Final Results

BE80

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1st Place - Molly Goodwin and Kaydees Girl

2nd Place - Naomi Wright and Ballybough Dougie
3rd Place - Megan Baker and Tallyho Charlie

BE90

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1st Place - Heidi Ford and Contessa III
2nd Place - Southerly Roberts and Wurlitzer I
3rd Place - Stephanie Read and Whitehall Boy

BE100

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1st Place - Isabella Smith and Rincoola Hob Nob
2nd Place - Southerly Roberts and Fizz IV
3rd Place - Charlie Ahl and Earl Galante

View full results HERE

About Baileys Horse Feeds

In this modern world of big multi-national corporations, Baileys Horse Feeds remains unique in being family owned and run since its inception in 1982. This means they care about their products and how they work for their customers and their horses!

Many of the Baileys team compete, race or breed so they’re familiar with the practicalities of keeping and feeding horses and understand the challenges faced by today’s busy riders. Baileys’ Nutrition Team constantly reviews the latest scientific research into feed technology and equine nutrition, and applies relevant developments to their product range.

About the Championship

The Baileys Horse Feeds JT series runs from November to February, with a series of qualifying competitions leading up to the final Championships.

JT is split into three sections; a course walk with a BE Accredited Coach, a guided warm up session with a BE Accredited Coach and finally the competition phase, whereby riders jump one round, get feedback from the Coach and jump again.

Both of the rounds of show jumping are given marks for style, effectiveness of riding and the quality of the horse’s jump and paces. Faults over the two rounds are then included to produce a final score. 

The winners of each Championship received generous prizes from series sponsor Baileys Horse Feeds including a rosette, sash, winner’s rug and British Eventing training vouchers.  Riders placed second to fifth also received rosettes, Baileys prizes and BE training vouchers.