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Team Surrey Equestrian Bs are heading to the Trophy league regional finals in Writtle next month after the results of the BUCS league were announced last week.

Here’s the full lowdown from the Equestrian club…

“The BUCS Equestrian league results came out this week, and Surrey Bs are off to the Trophy league regionals!

Jasmine Wallace, Jess Wilson, Alex Mobbs, and Emily McCourt performed outstandingly from the start of this season, they won 3/3 of their fixtures. In these competitions plenty of individual rosettes were picked up to help them along the way, Alex earned a 1st and a 4th, Emily won a 3rd and a 1st, Jazz took a 4th and a 2nd, Jess got a 3rd and a 4th, and Linnea Wappling the team’s reserve rider helped them get to regionals by earning herself 2nd place when she kindly stepped up to fill in. Trophy league regionals takes place at Writtle on 3rd May. Congratulations on your performance so far B Team. We wish you the very best of luck, Enjoy!

The Championship league results were also published, and Surrey has the UK’s top-scoring individual rider, Taryn Cole! Our BUCS captain, Taryn, not only won her league, qualifying her for regionals as an individual, but her two 1st and a 2nd earned her 34 points. This is the highest score across all regions by a clear 4-point lead! Championship league regionals take place at Wellington on 26th April. The club can’t wait to share how you get on Taryn!

Outside of BUCS, she competes young horses in British Show Jumping and also rides out on a racing yard whenever she gets the chance. Taryn has proven herself as an incredibly talented, well-rounded horsewoman through her BUCS performances and beyond. Taryn has also recently shared that she has been selected to ride in the Newbury charity race in aid of the British Horse Society 2023. This race takes place in November, we’ll share more information about this adventure on our Instagram nearer the time.

We’d also like to thank everyone of this year’s BUCS team riders for their dedication, good sportsmanship, and true horsemanship. Performance through the team, at all levels, has been representative of the hard work you’ve put in.”

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