Friday, 16 April 2021
British Showjumping has annouced the following squad have been selected to represent Great Britain under the title sponsor banner of Team NAF at CSIO3* FEI Nations Cup in Gorla Minore, Italy. The competition takes place between the 21 – 25 April 2021 at the ASD Due Leoni di Equeieffe Equestrian Centre in Gorla Minore.
Alison Barton from Bradford, West Yorkshire with Roma IV a 14 year-old liver chestnut mare owned by Gay Hartley.
Laura Renwick from Maldon, Essex with her own 10 year-old bay gelding Arkuga or the 13 year-old chestnut gelding Dublin V owned by Arabella Prior.
Georgia Tame from Horsham, West Sussex with the 10 year-old bay stallion Z7 Ascot owned by Team Z7.
John Whitaker MBE from Huddersfield in West Yorkshire with Unick du Francport a 13 year-old bay gelding which John owns jointly with wife Clare.
Adrian Whiteway from Bristol with the 9 year-old chestnut gelding Cooley Network owned by Selina Milnes.
The Nations Cup competition takes place on Saturday 24 April at 11:30 hrs local time and the Grand Prix will be on Sunday 25 April at 15:00 hrs local time. The Chef d’Equipe for the team will be Di Lampard. For further information on the show and full results once the show is underway, visit www.equieffe.it. British Showjumping would like to thank NAF, title sponsors of the Senior Nations Cup Teams along with the Pony, Children, Junior, Young Rider and Veteran teams.
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The GBR showjumping teams are supported by the British Equestrian Federation’s World Class Programme, funded by UK Sport through the National Lottery. The Programme focuses on identifying talent, developing potential and maximising medal-winning performances on the world stage.