Buckfastleigh entries

PUBLISHED: 09:20 09 March 2010 | UPDATED: 01:01 16 June 2010




Sunday March 14th 2010

RACE 1 138cm & Under Race

1.BEJOWANS BOUQUETLamertonHeidi Lewis (13)

13yo Chestnut M 136cmMrs.M Lewis

Blue with red x bands, red arms, red/blue quartered cap

2.BRONZE LAWRANCEDartmoorHannah Welch (12)

7yo Grey g 138cmG. Welch

Cambridge blue with black x belts, pink cap

3. FUDGE South Pool Anna Wotten (12)

13yo Bay g 128cm K. Wotten

Black and red quarters

4. SOLO BREEZE Dartmoor Micheal Treneer

6yo Dun g 128cm Mrs. D. Treneer

Green with green & gold striped cap

5. TALPONCIAU PERFECT PRINT Dartmoor Barnaby Treneer (10)

9yo dun g 137cm Mrs. Treeneer

Black with white chevrons, black & white quartered cap

RACE 2 148cm & under

1.BARBARS'S ARBOUR Cattistock Hugo Hunt (12)

11yo Bay m 147.3cm Mrs. C. Hunt

Black with red with white stripes & black with white spots cap

2.CLOVER JESS Dulverton Farmers Chester Williams (12)

11yo bay m 147cm Mrs. Williams

Orange with black star, orange sleeves, orange with black star cap

3. FLAREONSouth DevonChloe Grove (15)

7yo bay m 148cm Mrs. M J Rayner

Green with white sleeves & green with white star cap

4. FRANTIC FOX Quantock Staghounds Ben Price (13)

10yo Bay m 148cm Mrs. M. Price

Red with yellow hoop & black cap

5. IVORY GIRLLamertonHenry Armstrong (14)

9yo bay g 146.5cmMrs.A Denny

Burgundy with yellow stars, yellow cap

6. JAYS SILVER SPIRIT East Cornwall Olivia Hutchings (12)

12yo Bay g 142.4cm Mrs. Hutchings

Dark Blue with Pale Blue quarters & blue stars on cap

7. MERRYMENT SOPHISTICAT Dartmoor PC Pippa Glanville (13)

9yo chest m 147.3cm A.Walter / L. Glanville

Royal blue, pink sleeves, blue armlets, light blue and pink striped cap

8. TARKADartmoorBryony Frost (14)

6yo bay m 148cmJ.Frost

Black with green hoops, white cap

9. VADLAWALKOVER Dartmoor Hannah Welch (12)

5yo Bay G 147cm G.Welch

Green with green/yellow hoped cap

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