Congratulations to Hannah Biggs!
“It was the strongest class and highest standard across the board I've ever seen at the Nationals!” said Hannah. Hannah’s ride Cara (Camarilla-Calimero) took 2nd place with a score of 72.74% finishing behind none other than Olympic Champion Charlotte Dujardin. “It was great to be able to show off Cara's huge talent and demonstrate her future potential,” said Hannah. “Both horses felt fantastic so special thanks must go to Leanne George, their equine physio, who travelled up with us.” Hannah’s own Archie (Don Caledonia) came a close 4th, scoring 71.92% and also winning the highest place for a British Bred Horse. “Archie produced the most consistent, confident test. To be at the top of the list with both my horses is just unbelievable. I'm very lucky to have two fantastic rides and am really looking forward to progressing their development up to the next level.” Hannah Biggs is based in Milton on Stour, Dorset. Hannah has represented Great Britain internationally at Grand Prix level and is a motivating and inspiring trainer for riders at all levels. She is a UKCC level 3 qualified coach and a List 2 trainee judge.
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