2013 Espayo National Championships: First 13 Announced

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British Dressage.

Thirteen combinations have been confirmed as qualified for the prestigious Nathalie Grand Prix classes at this year’s Espayo National Championships, Stoneleigh Park, 19 -22 September.

By winning a direct qualifying Grand Prix class at Premier League or UK based CDI this year, Richard Davison, Gareth Hughes, Amy Stovold, Emile Faurie, Judy Harvey, Michael Eilberg, Carl Hester, Peter Storr, Alice Oppenheimer, Lizzie Murray, Anders Dahl and Sam Thurman-Baker have secured themselves a chance to bag what is perhaps the most prized trophy of the UK dressage calendar.

The BD office is still busy compiling the final list of direct qualifiers (the last chance for competitors to gain direct qualification was at Hartpury Premier League/CDI in July) and after all of these spaces have been taken the only way left to secure a GP place at the Championships will be for riders to available brands for generic fluoxetine combination with manufacturers details. drugs indicated above may not match the actual price at which they are sold . fucidin online gain enough points to win a wild card entry.

Of course, these riders may well have qualified, but it will be down to them if they want to take up the challenge of prozac 60 mg tablet prozac price in egypt order fluoxetine online uk can taking withdrawal 20mg capsules side effects fluoxetine price walgreens 100 mg  Stoneleigh – entries close on 27 August so we’ll know more then!

The Nathalie Grand Prix is the first step to becoming National Champion, and last year it was Carl Hester with Uthopia who lifted one of the most prized trophies on offer in the UK. With his consummate ability to keep cool under pressure all eyes will be on Carl this year with his two dapoxetine 60 mg price in india Dapoxetine online Priligy without prescriptionorder dapoxetine new rides; Lady Anne Harvey’s Merlins Nemorensis and Gemma Appleton’s Fine Time 13.

To become the Champion, riders must first compete in the Nathalie Grand Prix, the highest 15 placed combinations from which then go on to compete in the Nathalie Grand Prix Freestyle.

The combination with the highest combined score from both the GP and Freestyle will be crowned victorious and with tickets starting from as little as £15 the stands are bound to be filled with fans for the crowing of a National Champion in the Espayo arena on the early evening of Sunday 22 September.

Carl might be the firm favourite amongst buy baclofen uk . lowest prices and satisfaction guaranteed! British fans, but it is by no means a done deal and one of his toughest opponents might just well turn out to be his very own pupil, 20 year old Sam Thurman Baker

Sam has qualified her own 12 year old British bred gelding Spring Pascal whom she has taken all the way from Novice back in 2007 with much help from her mum Diane. She began training with Carl four years ago and has been working with him for the past twelve months. She and Pascal have been competing consistently at Grand Prix for about a year and so far in 2013 the pair haven’t been outside best prices for all customers! zoloft 50 mg cost . fastest shipping, how to get zoloft online. of the top ten, just missing the top spot, posting second place, four times.

Since her deployment with Carl, Sam has been touted as one to watch and if Hester’s relationship with his gold medal winning protégé is anything to go by, we can only imagine that he will be rooting for Sam at the same time as focussing on a win for himself.

Last year a nasty stomach bug forced Michael Eilberg to withdraw his former show jumping ride Marakov from the National Championship Grand Prix at the last minute. This year the pair have already had two wins at Grand Prix and if Michael decides to go to Stoneleigh he’ll be sticking to a bland diet in the weeks leading up to the Championships!

Although a new combination, UK based Anders Dahl and his partner Fiona Bigwood’s world class horse Wie Atlantico could prove a real foreign threat to the British contingent having produced plenty of plus 70 scores at Grand Prix this year. However, it would be against the rules for a Dane to lift the trophy, so if he does bag a double win the title would pass down to the next highest scoring British combination.

Perhaps the most experienced of all the first thirteen will be Judy Harvey with Richard Heley’s 15 year old gelding Fitzcerraldo.
Judy has competed the horse since 2005, and along with her and his previous rider Roland Tong the horse has notched up no less than ten consecutive years at the National Championships, starting all the way back in 2003 at Novice. In 2006, under Judy, he was crowned Inter I Champion.

Who else will qualify, and who will take up the challenge? Can Carl hold on for a second year running, or perhaps pupil will become victor?

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