Wet weather doesn’t stop eventing at Bishop Burton

Phil Brown and Miss Brodie in action at Bishop Burton (Courtesy of Matt Nuttall Photography)

Phil Brown and Miss Brodie in action at Bishop Burton (Courtesy of Matt Nuttall Photography)

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The weather proved an extra obstacle for the eventers at the Bishop Burton Horse Trials last weekend but local entrants Miss Brodie and Chilledbychoice, both ridden by Folkton based eventer and coach Phil Brown, overcame the muddy conditions to secure a couple of very respectable finishes.

Miss Brodie, owned by David and Caroline White, beat all-comers to win the Intermediate section and qualify for the Smith & Williamson British Eventing Intermediate Championship at Gatcombe Park in August while Chilledbychoice secured a 10th place at only his second BE100 run this year. “Both the horses were just fabulous,” says Phil. “Chilledbychoice jumped superbly and has shown us he has the potential to move up a level when we feel he’s ready. Miss Brodie, on the other hand, may already be competing at international level but the result finalises our Advanced qualification and to qualify for Gatcombe is a simply stunning result.”

The conditions were certainly against them at Bishop Burton although the organisers did a sterling job to keep everything running smoothly in the face of constant downpours on both days.

 

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