ECO VOLTZ UNDER 21 LEAGUE ROUND-UP
We are delighted to welcome Eco Voltz – electric bike specialists back for 2021 as sponsors to the British Eventing under 21 league.
Eco Voltz is extremely proud to be recognised as one of the UK's leading "top e-bike companies" with a comprehensive range of e-bikes at very competitive prices. Their electric bikes are hand built in the UK, from the bare frame up, with better motors, a longer battery life and a greater choice of models to suit your needs.
Olivia Szajna, BE Head of Marketing commented, "We are thrilled to welcome back Eco Voltz as 2021 sponsors and thank Tracey and her team for their continued support. Together we look forward to celebrating the success of these exceptionally talented under 21 riders as they journey throughout the 2021 eventing season."
The Goldman Cup is awarded annually to the leading rider aged under 21 at the end of the season. The Goldman Cup was first awarded in 1958 and has a long and illustrious list of previous recipients such as Judy Bradwall (four consecutive years), Lucinda Green, Ginny Leng, William Fox-Pitt, Pippa Nolan (now Funnell), Matthew Wright, Oliver Townend and more recently Tom McEwen, Sam Ecroyd and Yasmin Ingham.
Heidi Coy is currently taking the lead with an impressive 76 points after some excellent results this season. Heidi was crowned the winner of the Open Novice at Keysoe (1) on her own So Chic Des Costieries, with the pair also taking second place at Aston-Le-Walls (X). Notably, Heidi won her NAF sponsored Under 21 section class at Oasby (1) with Russal Z at her first event this season.
Placing second at Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market and Oasby (1) with her own Quarry Man, Daisy Proctor is in second on the league with 34 points. Daisy was placed in the top 10 at Cirencester Park (1) with Quarry Man, and her second ride CDS Lu Ca is also looking promising this season placing 10th in the CCI3*-S at Barefoot Retreats Burnham Market (1).
In third place is Molly Faulkner on 31 points. Kicking the season off to a great start, Molly was placed 4th and 7th in the OIu21 at Oasby (1) on board Classic Affair and Call Me Cooley respectively, and 2nd in the Novice on Finesse 372. She continued her good form with a 3rd place in the OIu21 at Aston Le Walls (X) on Winthargos and 2nd in the OIu21 at Richmond (1) on Classic Affair.