Jayne Ross has once again proved she is the queen of showing following a number of wins during this year’s Al Shira’aa Hickstead Derby Meeting.
Some of the country’s top show riders and producers headed down to West Sussex showground to compete in the showing classes, which included a number of Horse of the Year Show qualifiers.
For a second year running the prize for The Alltech Supreme Hack Championship was presented by the winner of a joint competition between Alltech and World Horse Welfare. Laura Moore from Bristol was delighted to enter the iconic Longines International Arena to present the prize to Jayne Ross.
Taking a selection of the Alltech Hickstead classes; Small Hunter and Small Hunter Championship with Church Rock Cashel, Jayne also won the Small Riding Horse with Casino III before going one better than last year by winning the Supreme Riding Horse Championship.
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Her winning streak continued in the Large Hack this time on board, Miranda Wallace’s eight-year-old, gelding, Forgeland Hyde Park, with the pair also going on to be crowned winners of the Supreme Hack Championship.
Stephen Alexander was another rider to retain his 2018 title with Lord Alexander in the Alltech Maxi Cob and Debbie Harrod’s impressive, Bloomfield Valhalla, ridden by Polly Coles once again proved a winner in the Alltech Middleweight Hunter class before taking home the Alltech Supreme Hunter Championship.