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August 6, 2018
Editorial | Equnews
The third ride in the Euston Park Season saw both national and international riders enjoying the blue skies and beautiful forests and tracks of Euston Park.
Four international rides took place including the CEI2* 120km on Saturday 4th August and the CEI1* 80 km, CEIYJ2* 120km and CEI3* 160km on Sunday 5th, attracting riders from across 12 nations. Although the weather was warm across the weekend, the courses rode well.
Euston Park now looks forward to the H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum UK Endurance Festival which will take place from the 16th – 19th August.
Event Director, Nick Brooks-Ward – ‘It was a very good weekend of Endurance with over 50 international riders and nearly 50 national riders. In what has now become the hottest summer in living memory, I am delighted to say that all horses and riders came home. All our attention now focuses on the H.H. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum UK Endurance Festival which Euston Park will welcome in 10 days’ time. This will be the largest Endurance festival ever staged in Great Britain, culminating in the Nations Cup of Great Britain, the CEI2*, held on Saturday 18th August. Our very grateful thanks to our land owners, officials and course marshals who work tirelessly to make this weekend a success...
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