Pony race results Mid Devon to Axe Vale

PUBLISHED: 18:00 29 April 2009 | UPDATED: 14:08 09 August 2010

Devon and Cornwall pony race results so far this season

MID DEVON Pony races138cm 1, Hannah Welch Bronze Lawrence 138cm 2, Victoria Sleep Newook Second Thought 138cm 3, Barnaby Treneer Talponciau Perfect Print 138cm 4, Pippa Glanville Ravara Super Ted 148cm 1, Joe Ponting Starlight Express 148cm 2, Bryony Frost Jack Sparrow 148cm 3, Freddy Tett Tarka II 148cm 4, Charley Long Gwen DVSP Harriers pony races138cm 1, Barnaby Treneer Talponciau Perfect Print 138cm 2, Hannah Welch Bronze Lawrence 138cm 3, Pippa Glanville Ravara Super Ted 138cm 4, Kathleen Luton-Hughes Switch It On 148cm 1, Rachel Leyshon Total Eclipse 148cm 2, Bronwyn Buttery Ginger Biscuit 148cm 3, Josie Gordon Whinney Widget 148cm 4, Henry Armstrong Ivory Girl Eggesford138cm 1, Barnaby Treneer Talponciau Perfect Print 138cm 2, Hannah Welch Bronze Lawrence 138cm 3, Pippa Glanville Ravara Super Ted 138cm 4, Heidi Lewis Bejowans Bouquet 148cm 1, George Shaw Petite Pois 148cm 2, Hugo Hunt Jack Sparrow 148cm 3, Chloe Grove Flareon 148cm 4, Henry Armstrong Ivory Girl Dartmoor138cm 1, Hannah Welch Bronze Lawrence 138cm 2, Barnaby Treneer Talponciau Perfect Print 138cm 3, Pippa Glanville Ravara Super Ted 138cm 4, Heidi Lewis Bejowans Bouquet 148cm 1, Henry Armstrong Ivory Girl 148cm 2, Chloe Grove Flareon 148cm 3, Bryony Frost Tarka 148cm 4, Josie Gordon Whinney Widget AXE VALE138cm 1, Megan Nicholls G-Whizz 138cm 2, Heidi Lewis Bejowans Bouquet 138cm 3, Hannah Welch Bronze Lawrence 138cm 4, Pippa Glanville Ravara Super Ted 148cm 1, Hugo Hunt Jack Sparrow 148cm 2, Bryony Frost Tarka 148cm 3, Josie Gordon Whinney Widget 148cm 4, Chloe Grove Flareon


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