World Champion Rider

 

We love to celebrate the achievements of our students out of school, as well as in. 


This month we are delighted to be able to share news of Year 8 student Ashton Adcock who is a championship horse rider out of school, representing England in Mounted Games.

Ashton has had a very successful summer. She became the European individual winner and runner up for the Europeans team. She is now ranked 9th in the world individuals, and 1st in the the World teams. 


On Friday the 13th Ashton successfully placed first in the world in the pairs competition. Congratulations Ashton, we look forward to hearing more about your continued achievements in the future. 

27 Sep 2019

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