Bridportnews.co.uk - Full Article
By Rene Gerryts
19th September 2012 in Local News
A 19-YEAR-OLD A-level student from Lyme Regis has been named the best British horse rider in the European Young Rider Endurance Championships.
Dace Sainsbury passed all her exams at Woodroffe School and was the first British rider across the finish line of the 120k race, which was held in Belgium.
The British team came home with a bronze medal.
The young rider, who already has her sites set on the world championships next year, said it has been an amazing experience.
She came 12th out of a field of 63 riders on her 12-year-old Arab mare Lottie.
Dace squeezed in her training at 5.30am before school to make sure her horse was fit enough to compete at her first championships.
She said: “It was a very tight schedule and I have another youngster at home whom I am just starting through the levels and he was having to be exercised and it was a struggle...
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