British Pony, Children on Horses and Junior Squads Heading to Hagen Nations Cup Show

11th Jun 2015


British Showjumping is pleased to announce the Pony, Children on Horses and Junior Squads representing Great Britain at the forthcoming FEI CSIO Pony, Children on Horses and Junior Nations Cup Show in Hagen, Germany between 16th-21st June 2015.

Four combinations from each squad will be selected to compete on their respective Nations Cup teams. The Junior Nations Cup competition takes place on Friday 19th June at 16.45hrs with the Children and Pony’s Nations Cup competitions taking place on Saturday 20th June at 8.00hrs and 10.45hrs respectively.

The Juniors with then contest their Grand Prix on Saturday 20th June at 18.00 hrs whilst the Children on Horses and Ponies compete in their Grand Prix’s on Sunday 21st June at 8.00hrs and 9.30hrs respectively. Please note that all times given are local time.

The Teams will compete under the guidance of their respective Chef d’Equipe’s Alan Fazakerley (Children & Junior Team) and Matthew Lanni (Pony Team).

The Squads are as follows:


Pony Squad

  • Charlotte Ash, aged 16 from Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear with her mother Shirley’s 11 year-old bay gelding Aughnashammer
  • Scarlett Charles, aged 14 from Alton, Hampshire with her father Peter’s 18 year-old grey gelding Aroldo
  • Charlie Dawson, aged 16 from Goole, North Humberside with Nicola Holmes' 11 year-old skewbald gelding Claggan Gypsy Delight
  • Jodie Hall Mcateer, aged 15 from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire with Sarah Mendoza’s 17 year-old chestnut mare Tixylix
  • Jack Whitaker, aged 13 from Whatton, Nottingham with his father Michael’s 9 year-old chestnut mare Zodianne Van De Doevenbree


Pony Individuals
  • Harry Charles, aged 15 from Alton, Hampshire with his mother Tara’s 17 year-old chestnut gelding Scoubidou IV
  • Megan Taylor, aged 14 from Tamworth, Staffordshire with Tracy Ptrichard’s 16 year-old bay gelding Quantum Light
  • Henry Truelove, aged 15 from Bring, South Humberside with his father Barrie’s 12 year-old bay gelding Dark Spirit VD Kruishoeve
  • Drew Walton, aged 14 from Preston, Lancashire with her mother Kerri’s 13 year-old grey mare Tequila Twist


Children on Horses Squad
  • Sienna Charles, aged 12 from Alton, Hampshire with Oakingham Stud’s 16 year-old dark bay gelding El Suenos Night Fever
  • Oliver Fletcher, aged 12 from Faringdon, Oxford with his father Graham’s 9 year-old bay mare Little Business
  • Bobbie Heath, aged 13 from Nantwich, Cheshire with her father Graham’s 15 year-old chestnut mare Labuleska
  • Hallie Lunn, aged 14 from Rochford, Essex with her father Richard’s 8 year-old chestnut mare Brookwood Supersonic
  • Lottie Tutt, aged 14 from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire with Alan Tredwell’s 9 year-old chestnut gelding Babylon


Children on Horses Individuals
  • Jack Whitaker, aged 13 from Whatton, Nottingham with his father Michael’s 14 year-old bay mare Native De Vesquerie


Junior Squad
  • Faye Adams, aged 17 from Halesowen, West Midlands with her mother Julie’s 11 year-old chestnut gelding Zozo CL
  • Millie Allen, aged 17 from Stockton On Tees, Cleveland with her father Peter’s 10 year-old bay stallion Balou Star
  • Ella Popely, aged 15 from Peterborough, Cambridgeshire with Lea Popely’s 11 year-old grey gelding La Boom
  • Christie Pritchard, aged 18 from Holyhead, Gwynedd with her mother Tracy’s 12 year-old bay gelding Waldemar
  • Emily Ward, aged 16 from Neston, Cheshire with her father Nick’s 11 year-old bay gelding Doobally


Junior Individuals
  • Harry Charles, aged 15 from Alton, Hampshire with his father Peter’s 10 year-old chestnut gelding Vivaldi Du Dom
  • Georgia Tame, aged 17 from Billingshurst, West Sussex with Dennis Tame’s 9 year-old chestnut mare Bolien


Young Rider Individual
  • Charlene Bastone, aged 20 from Chelmsford Essexwith Stacey Webb’s 9 year-old bay gelding Newbridges Master Brown will be contesting the show as a Young Rider Individual.


For further information and to view the results once the show is underway, please visit

The British Showjumping Youth Teams are supported by the UK Sport National Lottery funded World Class Programme.