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1.Macy Dugdale and Lokie

This is my 2nd season with Lokie & I was meant to compete at Midland County Show buy my mum was taken into hospital unexpected and was in there for just under a week.  My mum arranged with my instructor to take me to Derbyshire for our Hoys class and she even managed to come along.  Apart from my weekly lessons I do everything myself and Lokie is my horse of a lifetime she simply is the best.  20 in the class and I was pulled in 6th in the go around, the individual show was quite hard but decided to give it my best shot.  I was very nervous but put nerves to one side and myself & Lokie did a foot perfect show – when they read out the results I couldn’t believe it that was my number 22 I had won and qualified for HOYS I was so excited to come from 6th to winning the class, next was the championship and I was still on a high from winning my class we gave it our best shot and got rewarded with Reserve Championship.  I am so excited and looking forward to HOYS it really is a dream comes true.

1.Tom Pearson and Collstone Mastermind

Qualified for the Horse of the Year Show 2018 Cuddy Supreme In Hand Championship at NCPA Derbyshire Festival on Saturday 9th June 2018. Tom Pearson works so incredibly hard and is so dedicated… It could not have happened to a more deserving Person! Tom Pearson is only 19 Years Old and he puts everything in to the Ponies he Produces… at NCPA Derbyshire Festival was the very first Cuddy Qualifier that he had competed in and he only went and took Champion with Collstone Mastermind and Qualified! Tom Pearson, at 19 Years Old is the Youngest Producer to ever Qualify for the Horse of the Year Show 2018 Cuddy Supreme In Hand Championship… A moment of History being made! Tom Pearson’s Work Ethic and Determination is unquestionable… and he thoroughly deserves this success! Collstone Mastermind is owned by Karen Lamont and Joyce Russell.

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