HCS pupil crowned NSEA Champion
Susannah Rendall
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HCS pupil crowned NSEA Champion

Congratulations to Hampshire Collegiate School pupil Callum (Year 11) who was crowned National Schools Equestrian Association ‘Pop-Up Dressage Champion 2017’ after gaining the highest overall % score at the Pop-Up Dressage Championships held at Addington during the Easter break.

The aim of the NSEA ‘Pop-up Dressage Series’ in to enable NSEA members to compete in a National Dressage Points League without leaving home. Riders gain points by sending in videos of their tests, ridden at home. Points are awarded to the top 8 horse/rider combinations in each class, each month from November through to February. The top eight riders from each class at the end of the competition qualify for the Championships. 

Callum qualified by accumulating points in both the Prelim and the Novice competitions, coming in first and third place respectively on the cumulative points tables. At Addington Callum rode two tests and was awarded both first and second place, winning a fabulous Champion’s rug, a medal, rosettes and other goodies  – a fabulous achievement for Callum and his horse Barney.

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