Ginny took KEC Blue Diesel and Bobby Dazzlerman for the first day at Wellington in the BE100.

Bobby Dazzlerman didn't do his best test in the dressage phase and scored a 35; he now needs to consolidate some of the harder movements that Ginny has been working on before he upgrades to Novice. He jumped a well-deserved clear in the Showjumping, Ginny worked very hard in the week leading up to the event to ensure he was on top form for the competition and jumping correctly. He stormed round the cross country inside the time to finish third in a competitive class.

KEC Blue Diesel is a real pro now at eventing and scored 31 in the dressage; he had a very annoying rail down in the Showjumping and clear cross country. Very unfortunately the rail down cost the combination a win in this class but they were still placed sixth. 

Ginny was back to Wellington for the Advanced class with Creeslough who was competing for the first time at this level and Ginny hoped to make it a good step up.

He did a rather excitable test to score 36, Ginny joked that she possibly over did the competition mix during the week before! He Showjumped fantastically which was a huge improvement from Aston le Walls and Somerford.

In the cross country he really excelled. Ginny said she found the big wide oxers easy and he was straight and genuine into the water - even the bogey fence, a narrow skinny brush to step wasn’t out of his scope. Sadly this was until the third to last fence which was one of the trickiest combinations on the course - a double of left handed corners. He didn’t lock on to the second whilst coming to the first and he had a very silly run out. Ginny said she was totally gutted as he had gone so well until then and even jumped them perfectly second time round.

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