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Condon wins opening GP qualifier at Dodson & Horrell Bolesworth International Horse Show

Friday, 01 July 2022
CSI3* Dodson & Horrell Bolesworth International Horse Show 2022

Photo © Bolesworth International Horse Show Anthony Condon and Creevyquinn Pearl won the Dodson & Horrell 1.45m GP qualifier at Bolesworth. Photo © Bolesworth International Horse Show.

 

Edited press release from  Dodson & Horrell Bolesworth International Horse Show

 


 

The second day of the Dodson & Horrell Bolesworth International Horse Show witnessed another full-on day of packed arena action at its scenic Cheshire showground.

The highlight of the day came in the final class when Anthony Condon, riding Creevyquinn Pearl (Cardento x Corland), won the highly-prized opening Dodson & Horrell 1.45m GP qualifier ahead of Jay Halim on Aragon Z (Asca Z x Karlstad) – who had a successful day with a win, second and third across three classes, and Adrian Speight on Millfield Baloney (Balou du Rouet x Kanudos). It was a hard-fought and hotly-contested two-phase 1.45m class that serves as a qualifier for Sunday’s Dodson & Horrell Grand Prix finale. Eighty-six of the best showjumpers competed this afternoon, with the top 25 seeded through to Sunday, 3rd July. This will be repeated tomorrow, Friday the 1st of July

“I’m absolutely delighted with this win here at Bolesworth today with Creevyquinn Pearl. I went out early in the session, and I set a good pace, but there were a lot of fast riders out there and anything could have happened. Luckily it was our day and we won," Condon said.

“It’s a great education for an up-and-coming young horse like Pearl to perform in this unique style of arena with close spectators, the moat, and the atmosphere It’s good to step up a level, it’s a little different and Pearl put on a good performance, I’m proud of her."

“I’m looking forward to the Grand Prix on Sunday with my best horse Vimcomte, but we have a very busy weekend ahead as my fiancée and I have 11 horses at this event.”

Back to the showjumping and Jay Halim won the Bloomfields Horseboxes CSI3* 1.40m with Gentle (Libero H x Lord Calando). He was followed by Jude Burgess on Dreams of Don (Don VHP Z x Special Graf) and Annabel Shields with Creevagh Carisma (Camiro de Haar Z x breeding unknown). “It was a good start for him, it was his first day jumping, and he handled it well. He runs on his adrenaline, he’s a very good horse, but can be a little wild. However, he was careful today and it worked in our favour,” Halim said. 



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