Shining star

Georgia Coe has been awarded a British show jumping NAF Shining Star award. Georgia aged 12 from Oldbury Wells School has only been competing with British show jumping for 18 months having already qualified for two major championships at Scope last summer and Blue Chip Championships in Hartpury this April.

After finding out she was the winner of April’s award, Georgia said, “I am over the moon. I have been working so hard all winter with my pony Fairley Picador. I have another year with him and hope to qualify for the Novice and Discovery finals this summer at the British Show Jumping National Championships alongside competing for my academy team.”


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