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Barnsley schoolgirls triumph in British Dressage competition

Wednesday September 30 2015




FOUR Barnsley schoolgirls have made it through to a national British Dressage competition.

Alanna Clarke, Kelsea Truelove, Mollie Whitham and Erin McSloy came second in the under 25 category.

They will now compete in the nationals in Buckinghamshire on November 14 and 15.


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Reply Posted by Mr Reality Check on Thursday October 1 2015 at 12:54
There are schools in Barnsley that have stables?

Reply Posted by Rachel Schofield on Friday October 2 2015 at 14:21
Well done girls!!!

Reply Posted by Mick on Friday October 2 2015 at 16:54
Why isn't it the horse that wins?

Reply Posted by Louise on Friday October 2 2015 at 18:02
Wow girls what an achievement! Dressage is a discipline that involves the highest expression of horse training, whereby both horse & rider perform a series of movements from memory....more often than not the riders memory. For 4 young school aged girls to compete against adults (under 25 adults) and come second....which results in you going to the national s is an achievement all Barnsley should be proud of, whether horse folk or not. All your training, hard work & dedication has paid off. These ladies could just be Olympic athletes one day! Go girls!

Reply Posted by Amanda on Friday October 2 2015 at 22:58
That's a hell of an achievement , a real inspiration to other young people to do well in their chosen sport. We should be supporting these young ladies, they are the future of this country!