Following an invitation to compete in the CSIO4* FEI Nations Cup in Wellington, Florida, the following squad has been selected to represent Great Britain under the title sponsor banner of Team NAF. The competition takes place between 28th February – 4th March 2018 at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Centre, Wellington, Florida.
Amanda Derbyshire from Leyland, Lancashire with Luibanta BH, a 10 year-old bay mare owned by Gochman Sport Horse LLC
Ben Maher from Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire with Tic Tac, a 15 year-old bay stallion owned by Jane Forbes Clark and Ben
Emily Mason from Gravesend, Kent with Explosion W, a 9 year-old chestnut gelding owned by Poden Farms
Emily Moffitt who is based between Great Britain and the USA with either the 11 year-old bay gelding Hilfiger van de Olmenhoeve or the 11 year-old bay mare Tipsy Du Terral, both owned by Poden Farm.
The Nations Cup competition takes place on Saturday 2nd March at 19:00 hrs local time and the Grand Prix will be on Sunday 3rd March at 13:00 hrs local time. The Chef d’Equipe accompanying the team will be World Class Performance Manager for Showjumping, Di Lampard.
For further information on the show and full results once the show is underway, visit www.equestriansport.com.
British Showjumping would like to thank NAF, title sponsors of the Senior Nations Cup Teams along with the Children, Junior and Young Rider 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.