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Posted by National Admin on 01/04/2019.
2019 Young Jumping Horse Champion of Champions, Ciel
Michelle Terlato

2019 Young Jumping Horse Championships

The 4-year old JMH Veritas (by Versace x Carbine), the 5-year old Wild Kard (Kannan x Contango II), the 6-year old Lomachenko (by Lord Pezi) and the 7-year old Ciel (by Conquistador x Vivant) became the winners of the 2019 Young Jumping Horse Championships.

Visiting guest rider Peppi Dahlmann from Germany noted how much the depth of quality had improved since his first visit in 2018.

In the end it was the consistently jumping chestnut mare Ciel, bred by Pip and Sue Middleton and expertly ridden by Jamie Kermond, who impressed the judging panel of Becky Jenkins, Rory Hovell and Peppi Dahlmann the most to take home the Young Jumping Horse Champion of Champions title.

It was the first time Kermond had competed with a team of horses at Jumping with the Stars.

“We had never been before and had heard so much about the show that when the opportunity arose to come we jumped at it and I am very glad we did,” Kermond said.

Cavalli Park’s impressive stallion Fontaine Blue VDL (by Toulon x Indoctro) placed in each round of the Rivenlee Current Stars event to take out the top honours for the second year running.

This event took place at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre, 21-23 March 2019

This year the event celebrated its 21st anniversary but the excitement about the quality, performances and prospects of watching Australia’s best young horses year after year has not slowed down.

P.S.I. DJWTS is one of the country’s true multi-discipline events showcasing dressage, jumping, eventing and in-hand classes combined within a wonderful programme of masterclasses, hospitality and trade exhibitions.

Supplied by P.S.I. Dressage & Jumping with the Stars

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