October 08, 2015 at 11:59 PM

Angelie_von_Essen_ReadySupp_Cup_low_res.jpgSweden's Angelie von Essen, a regular campaigner on the British circuit, landed the opening international class of this year's Show - the ReadySupp Cup - riding West Falica.

 

Von Essen conquered a two phase class against the clock, but only after a thrilling battle with Irish star Billy Twomey.

 

The Swedish rider posted a time of 28.78 seconds, which edged out Billy Twomey and Tin Tin by just 11 hundredths of a second.

 

Belgium's Karel Cox finished third on Covia Z, and Ireland's Anthony Condon took fourth spot aboard Balzac.

 

"I am really pleased with the win," she said. "My horses are in good form, and when I got the call on Monday I wasn't too stressed about it. I have just come here to do my best.

 

Audio link to Angelie von Essen winner of the ReadySupp Cup

Photo credit: E.S. Photography

ENDS

 

Featuring the most prestigious National Showing and Show Jumping Championships, International Show Jumping classes, Virbac 3D Worming Mounted Games and Osborne Refrigerators Double Harness Scurry Racing, HOYS 2015 is packed with excitement. The popular and exciting Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch Activity Ride will headline the displays and Team GB Vaulters will impress the audience with their awe-inspiring acrobatic routine.  Friday October 9th is the day of choice for dressage fans, with the Stephen Clarke Dressage Masterclass and the Mount St John Dressage Future Elite Championship both timetabled. The 2015 Show will come to spectacular close during the Sunday Evening Gala Performance, which will include entertainment from Britain’s Got Talent sensations The HoneyBuns. Tickets for Horse of the Year Show 2015 are now on sale. For show information, including the timetable, and to book, visit www.hoys.co.uk or call 0844 581 8282.

 

For more information on Horse of the Year Show 2015, or to request a selection of copyright free images, please contact:


Horse of the Year Show Press Office
Grandstand Media Ltd
Tel: 02477 712 110
Email: press@hoys.co.uk
Web:www.hoys.co.uk a

Sweden's Angelie von Essen, a regular campaigner on the British circuit, landed the opening international class of this year's Show - the ReadySupp Cup - riding West Falica.

 

Von Essen conquered a two phase class against the clock, but only after a thrilling battle with Irish star Billy Twomey.

 

The Swedish rider posted a time of 28.78 seconds, which edged out Billy Twomey and Tin Tin by just 11 hundredths of a second.

 

Belgium's Karel Cox finished third on Covia Z, and Ireland's Anthony Condon took fourth spot aboard Balzac.

 

"I am really pleased with the win," she said. "My horses are in good form, and when I got the call on Monday I wasn't too stressed about it. I have just come here to do my best.

 

Audio link to Angelie von Essen winner of the ReadySupp Cup

Photo credit: E.S. Photography

ENDS

 

Featuring the most prestigious National Showing and Show Jumping Championships, International Show Jumping classes, Virbac 3D Worming Mounted Games and Osborne Refrigerators Double Harness Scurry Racing, HOYS 2015 is packed with excitement. The popular and exciting Metropolitan Police Mounted Branch Activity Ride will headline the displays and Team GB Vaulters will impress the audience with their awe-inspiring acrobatic routine.  Friday October 9th is the day of choice for dressage fans, with the Stephen Clarke Dressage Masterclass and the Mount St John Dressage Future Elite Championship both timetabled. The 2015 Show will come to spectacular close during the Sunday Evening Gala Performance, which will include entertainment from Britain’s Got Talent sensations The HoneyBuns. Tickets for Horse of the Year Show 2015 are now on sale. For show information, including the timetable, and to book, visit www.hoys.co.uk or call 0844 581 8282.

For more information on Horse of the Year Show 2015, or to request a selection of copyright free images, please contact:


Horse of the Year Show Press Office
Grandstand Media Ltd
Tel: 02477 712 110
Email: press@hoys.co.uk
Web:www.hoys.co.uk a



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