2019 Round up - Harrison Fewings

Junior Ambassador Harrison Fewings has had an exciting 2019 season with both his own pony and the rides he has also been competing. In his latest blog he rounds up on his successful season and looks ahead to 2020.

The season is now finished and I’d like to let you guys know how I’ve done. I’ve had such a brilliant season and I can’t thank NEDZ enough for all my support throughout the season.

This year I’ve had a few pony’s on the go. I’ll start of with my own boy Telynau Hot-Shot who didn’t do to many HOYS qualifiers this year. Although he didn’t do many qualifiers he got me results which made me so proud. He was 2nd in one of the HOYS qualifiers which I was thrilled to end my last season in the juniors with. Next year he will also be taking his next jockey into the juniors meanwhile I’m hoping to do workers with him.

Then onto Colbeach Cadenza starting the season as a novice and she went onto qualify for the Royal International at her second attempt in the 138 show pony class. She then went on to qualify for the biggest show of the year, the Horse of the Year Show at her first ever attempt at Lincoln Horse Show which was a huge achievement. It was brilliant to finish the season riding her at the finals in Birmingham.

Then Annandale Cufflink, he’s been the most consistent pony of the season and getting five 2nd's in the HOYS qualifiers. He also qualified Royal International where we really enjoyed our gallop up the famous Hickstead hill, just a little too much!

Then a big announcement we made just over a month ago, I have a new pony for next season. Craiggochfach Braveheart is an unbroken welsh Section C who I will be hopefully riding later next season in the Junior large breeds.

I am really excited for next season and can't wait to tell you how we get on