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Sophie Montagne, H&H newsdesk
9 August, 2010
Endurance rider Beth Langley secured Britain's highest placing ever at a young rider Europeans, coming fourth at the championships in Kreuth, Germany on 5 August.
Nineteen-year-old Beth, riding HS Ametista, covered the 120km (75 miles) at an average speed of 12.3mph, hassling a strong French team all the way.
"I was stabled opposite the French and, as my pony is only 14hh, I don't think they saw her as much of a threat," Beth said.
But, riding as an individual, she was free to follow her own tactics, antagonise the French and push for a placing.
"I stuck behind the French team for the first loop and let them do all the work which annoyed them," she said...
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