Moreton Hall School will be well represented at the National Schools Equestrian Association’s (NESA) Inter School Qualifiers after a series of second place finishes.
Double clear rounds from Josie Dajczak, Imogen Marmont and Alice Davies-Cooke in the 90cm Show Jumping Class ensured their qualification in second place from a strong field of 84 competitors.
Riders Imogen Marmont, Molly Bennett and Louisa Hunter also all rode double clear rounds in the 70cm Show Jumping Class to secure another second place finish and qualification for the Addington championships.
Meanwhile Bridget Tate, Shropshire’s reigning NSEA Country Dressage Champion, scored 70% in the Novice Dressage Class. This again meant second place and qualification for the NESA event.
Earlier this year Moreton Hall, in Weston Rhyn, near Oswestry, had two riders compete against the best competitors from schools across the UK in the NESA BE100 Championship finals.