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Double clear rounds are the target at Mundole Equestrian as riders aim to qualify for show jumping finals

By Craig Christie

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THERE were some strong performances at the latest Mundole Equestrian show jumping event in Moray.

Show jumping at Mundole.
Show jumping at Mundole.

Double Clear rounds are being much sought after for riders to qualify for the show jumping finals in October.

Watch some past action from Mundole on YouTube below.

New Qualifiers for the 0.60 final were Lilly Forsyth (Teddy), Dian Haldane (Mika) and Fiona Simpson (Royal Touch).

Making the 0.80 final this month were Katie Innes (Balhagarty Northern Lights), Emma Taylor (Elliot), Savannah Gordon (Clio), Susan Mackenzie (Louis) and Ashley Moore(Candy).

Several other competitors have already achieved two double clears and have two more competitions where they can try to get that elusive third double clear round to qualify.


Poles: 1 Charlotte Redford, Inverness (Smart Teddy); 2 Zoe Hooper, Nairn (Leavalla); 3 Alex Redford, Inverness (St Mungo).

Cross Poles: 1 Lilly Forsyth, Knockando (Peppa); 2 Charlotte Redford (Smart Teddy); 3 Sophie Macmillan, Forres (Ellie).

0.45: 1 Lexie Innes, Buckie (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 2 Lilly Forsyth, (Peppa); 3 Sophie Macmillan (Ellie).

0.60: 1 Dian Haldane, Farr (Mika); 2 Florence Lindsay, Inverness (Jasper); 3 Henrietta Tennant, Lhanbryde (Lolly).

0.70: 1 Mia Hay, Knockando (Monkey); 2 Florence Lindsay (Jasper); 3 Savannah Gordon, Cromarty (Clio).

0.80: 1 Katie Innes, Buckie (Balhagarty Northern Lights); 2 Emma Taylor, Buckie (Elliot); 3 Claire Dolan, Conon Bridge (Captain).

0.90: 1 Emma Taylor (Elliot); 2 Zara Wroe, Craigellachie (Craigmancie Royal Oak); 3 Rachel Forbes, Nairn (Spirit).

1.00: 1 Alannah Haldane, Farr (Ameera); 2 Zara Wroe (Craigmancie Royal Oak); 3 Sophie Forbes, Nairn (Ollie).

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