Wednesday May 31, 2023
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Awards 2017

Congratulations to everyone who won an award in 2017, don’t forget to keep up to date with successes of our members throughout the year on our facebook page .


Fernie Pony Club Awards 2017

(Awarded for)
Nominations/ Special MentionsWinners
The Hutchinson Shield
(Showjumping Novice and above)
• Eliza and Isadora Wadd performing well at NSEA
• Millie Walters moving up to 90cm this year
• Anna Benton joining the Fernie team at Rockingham
• Annie Bridgwood moving up to 90cm
• Georgina Harrison coming 3rd at Weston Lawns 1m, clear Rockingham 90cm and winning the 1m class at the Fernie August competition
Georgina Harrison
The Senior Girls Tetrathlon Shield

• Bethan attended champs again this year on a borrowed horseBethan Lewis
The Senior Boys Tetrathlon Shield

• Toby qualified for the national champs on his new horseToby Langrick
The Mini Boys Tetrathlon Shield

• James was new to competing Tetrathlon this yearJames Finney
The Mini Girls Tetrathlon Shield

• Beatrice was new to competing Tetrathlon this yearBeatrice Farnsworth-Nourish
The Wilkinson Salva
(Dressage Novice and above)
Chloe qualified for the national champs at Open levelChloe Pearson
The Grassroots Dressage Shield (Grassroots dressage) Millie qualified for the regional champsMillie Walters
The Grassroots SJ Shield (80cm SJ)• Lots of members competing well at this level - Lola Graham, Annie Bridgwood, Emily and Katie McClean
• Millie also won the Dengie qualifier at the Fernie SJ in Aug
Millie Walters
The Grassroots Eventing Shield (PC80cm)• Katie and Emily McClean did really well at interbranch this year
• The team that won this year, qualified for champs and all went clear XC at the champs
Millie Walters, Annie Bridgwood and Eliza Wadd
Newcomers competition cupElla took part in nearly every team SJ competition we've sent a team to and been incredibly successful tooElla Hartley
Cecil Walton Memorial Cup
(Intermediate/ Open Eventing)
• Chloe Pearson's 2nd season at Open level and qualified for champs
• Lucy Frankham qualifying for and winning the Elite championship
Lucy Frankham
Frankham Shield
(Novice Eventing)
• Charlotte Kempsley-Pein coming 2nd at areas on her new horse
• Mimi Baynes winning her section and qualifying for champs
Mimi Baynes
HSBC junior trophy
(Spirit of the PC)
Lola Graham
Ruby Toone-Bailiss
Elliot Lindop
Ruby Toone-Bailiss
HSBC senior trophy
(Spirit of PC)
Caspar Bird
Georgina Harrison
Toby Langrick
Caspar Bird
Chorus cup
(Recognition for non-member volunteer)
Pete Frearson
The Austin Trophy
(Most promising newcomer – Mini)
Sophia Finney
Harmony Rose Brightmore
William Knight
Harmony Rose-Brightmore
The Rolleston Trophy
(Most promising newcomer – Jnrr/ Snr)
Maisee Tee
Ella Hartley
Ellie Higgins
Ella Hartley
The Fer 'neigh' Trophy
(Most Perfect PC Horse/ Pony)
AJ Toone-Bailiss
Pickled Onion Collis-Smith
Connie Goode
Caspar Finney
Poppy Hughes
Oscar Walters
Oscar Walters
The mini challenge cup
(Most improved & determined junior)
Evie Callington
Lilly Collis-Smith
James Finney
Tiggy Kanjurs
Rosie Smith
Max Coleman
Max Coleman
The junior challenge cup
(Most improved & determined Mini)
Ruby Toone-Bailiss
Ellis Young
Ella Hartley
George Collis-Smith
Callie Robinson
Ellis Young
The senior challenge cup
(Most improved & determined senior)
Millie Dunn
Olympia Onslow
Emma Briggs
Emily McClean
Eliza Wadd
Emma Briggs
Laughton Junior
(Attendance to rallies)
Ella Hartley (28)
Callie Robinson (29)
Ruby Toone Bailiss (34)
Ruby Toone Bailiss (34)
Laughton Mini
(Attendance to rallies)
Max Coleman (16)
Lola Graham (17)
Tolly Coleman (18)
Tolly Coleman (18)
Laughton Senior
{Attendance to rallies)
Isadorra Wadd (8)
Emily McClean (10)
Poppy Freeman (23)
Poppy Freeman (23)
Rockingham Shield (for Outstanding achievement)For her outstanding achievement winning the Elite eventing champsLucy Frankham