Smith Triumphs In The Killoran Demolition Grand Prix
principal competition of the easibed Scope Festival 2003 was filmed
in front of a packed house on Saturday night. The atmosphere was
electric in the Championship Arena as an enthusiastic crowd welcomed
the Killoran Demolition Grand Prix with a fabulous total prize fund
for Sky Television, a hotly contested competition, which had the
eager audience sitting on the edge of their seats, then ensued.
International show jumper Robert Smith, having had an incredibly
successful season, continued along his winning streak and completing
the three round competition as the eventual winners. From 39 starters,
Robert, riding his stunning grey horse Kalusha were the last combination
to go in the jump off grasping victory in a time of 37.48 seconds.
A delighted Robert, who recently competed at the European Championships
in Germany and is based in Shrewley, Warwickshire, was presented
with her award by Jimmy Maguire, Peter Gillespie and Michael Mac,
all Directors of Scope Promotions (Equestrian) Ltd.
of the show will be televised by Sky Sport on 18th September at
8pm and midnight, and again at 7am on 19th September. Coverage will
include; Killoran Demolition Grand Prix, Linroyale Potatoes 6 Year
Old Championship, IT Business Centre 1.25m Championship and the
Credit & Business Services Dunglenn 148cms Championship.
Scope Festival is promoted by Scope Promotions (Equestrian) Ltd
and successfully running for its seventh consecutive year. Running
from 25th - 31st August, 2003, spectators can enjoy full days of
show jumping with classes starting at around 9am every morning through
to 11pm in the evening. Entry and car parking is free and there
are a whole host of trade stands and a fully licensed bar in the
TO GET THERE: Staffordshire County Showground is located on A518
between Stafford and Weston (Jct. 14 M6).