Dorsetecho.co.uk - Full Article
13 August 2012
DORSET’S Nikki Malcolm will represent Great Britain at this year’s Longines World Endurance Championships in Suffolk.
The Whitcombe rider booked her place in the squad following a final performance trial at Wolverhampton racecourse.
Riding Khartoum With A K, Malcolm will be joined at the Aug-ust 25 event by Alice Beet, Tricia Hirst, Annette Masterson, Lesley-Ann Parker and Christine Yeoman.
Chairman of selectors Di Latham said: “We are confident that we have a strong team, with a vast amount of experience at International and Championship level, capable of competing against the best in the world and securing a result to make Great Britain proud of our athletes.
“We are all excited about having the championships on home soil, giving endurance enthusiasts the opportunity to support their team from the front line.”
Chairman of EGB’s International Committee, Emma Miller, added: “The performance day was made up of horse assessments and work on the race course...
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