Key wins new Equissage Young Achievement Award
an exceptional season, 18-year-old Molly Key from Chiddingfold
in Surrey was honoured with the new Equissage Young Achievement
Award at the recent Seahorse Ball at the South of England
Showground, Ardingly, West Sussex.
prestigious Young Achievement Award, open to all South East
eventers aged 25 and under, is being supported by well known
equine physiotherapy experts Equissage, and Molly received
a week's training with top event rider Tiny Clapham and
the Equissage Trophy from Kim Smith-Bingham.
Key was chosen by the South East Eventers League's advisors,
who had been watching competitors throughout the season
to find the rider they felt was most deserving of the Equissage
Young Achievement Award.
not only lifted two titles with Charlwood owner Clare Heron's
11-year-old grey gelding Jesters Quest in the S.E.E.L Awards
- the Coakham Masters Juniors and the Hungry Horse Surrey
Riders ahead of Pippa Funnell - but won two major national
events at the end of the season.
Molly and Jesters Quest narrowly missed making the British
team for the European Junior Championships, they went on
to win the Jumpers Horseline Junior Regional Novice Championships
at Weston Park one star three-day, and two weeks later,
Molly and her seven-year-old Double Act won at Aldon Two-Day.