Frost's champ pony racer

PUBLISHED: 10:00 19 June 2008 | UPDATED: 21:56 15 June 2010

Bryony Frost, 13, from Buckfastleigh, won the Devon and Cornwall Area pony racing points championship with her pony Jack Sparrow the pair having notched up six wins in the nine race series.

Bryony Frost, 13, from Buckfastleigh, won the Devon and Cornwall Area pony racing points championship with her pony Jack Sparrow - the pair having notched up six wins in the nine race series.The championship trophy was handed over by Stewart Pike of Sidbury, who sponsored the Synderborough Farm Ltd Rising Stars Trophy, in front of a packed crowd at the Torrington Farmers' point to point at Umberleigh. Second in the series was Chloe Grove (Summertime Blaze) and third was Pippa Glanville (Champagne Charlie), who both won prizes donated by Country Clobber Tackstore of Umberleigh. Jack Sparrow and Champagne Charlie turned out for all nine races of the season. Alan Walter, a staunch supporter of novice point to point riders, sponsored a trophy under the banner of his horse transport business, for the rider who had got most out of the sport during the season, and he presented it to 10 year old Hannah Welch of Totnes. Championship final standings: Bryony Frost 88 pts, Chloe Grove 71, Pippa Glanville 56, Josephine Gordon 50, Hannah Welch (Super Ted) 42, Tom Dalton-Morgan 37, Victoria Sleep 36, Hannah Welch (Itzibibi) 28, Dom Hosking 27, Heidi Lewis 25, Barnaby Treneer 24.


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