Hill claims hat trick at Tilney St Lawrence Riding Club show

13:19 22 April 2014

Tilney St Lawrence Riding Club. Kirsty Hill with Cinders

Tilney St Lawrence Riding Club. Kirsty Hill with Cinders

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Kirsty Hill enjoyed a hat trick of wins at Tilney St Lawrence Riding Club’s first show of the season at Wings Field, Walpole St Andrew.

Tilney St Lawrence Riding Club. Shelby Cowell with Millie's MomentTilney St Lawrence Riding Club. Shelby Cowell with Millie's Moment

She won all three classes she entered on her pony Cinders, while there were category wins for Shelby Cowell on Millie’s Moment, Molly Ryan on Echo and Hollie Bolster on Rosedale Monsoon.

Bolster and Yasmin Holliday teamed up to win the pairs and there were wins for Ashleigh Jarvis-Lee on Penbee Welsh Prince and Celine Norgate on Bomber.

In the Lead Rein jumping, Ellie Cavill on Mia, Becky Hoyle on Molly and Georgina Bolster on Rowhill Musty won categories.

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