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A Happy Birthday For Harriet Redmond

It is a very happy birthday indeed for Harriet Redmond who has claimed the win in the North Island Premier Novice Horse Challenge, and a $500 cheque from sponsors, Designer Bars at Equidays today. Harriet, from Ashburton, rode Ngahiwi Frostie, a horse who has only recently changed disciplines from high-level eventing to showing, after being bought by Harriet’s coach, Christine Weal. Earlier this morning, the pair also claimed the Novice Saddle Hunter Championship.

It was another eye-catching grey that impressed the judges in the Scott Borland Novice Pony Challenge running at the same time in the ring next door. Young Mikayla Wildermoth has already achieved a lot in a small amount of time in the show ring, including representing New Zealand at the 2017 Grand Nationals in Australia. But it was her future star to the fore today, Jym-Aud Dew Drop Mahogany, with the combination coming out on top to win $500 prize money and a stunning sash.

North Island Premier Designer Bars Novice Horse Challenge - RESULTS

1 - Ngahiwi Frostie Harriet Redmond 2 - Illusion Corey Miln 3 - Rosari Dante Bronte Bellian 4 - Magic Moments Helen McCallum 5 - Nothing Coincidental Kerri-Ann Hedley 6 - King's Ransom Fiona Honeyman

North Island Premier Scott Borland Novice Pony Challenge - RESULTS

1 - Jym-Aud Dew Drop Mahogany Mikayla Wildermoth 2 - KS Honey Boo Boo TC Equestrian 3 - Roulette Rosa Bell Charlotte Clausen 4 - Dreamtime Voodoo Bling Lauren Phillips 5 - Linden Just a Dream Billie Roach 6 - Windermere Tiara Liam Murphy

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