THREE budding riders from Bromsgrove School have achieved equestrian success over the last few months.

Chloe Chan, Madeleine May and Amy Pinfield have claimed a raft of accolades between them.

Coming a very impressive second at the Eland Lodge Hunter Trials, Chloe and her new horse Doc (show name Corries Jack-in-a-Box) have qualified for the National Championship in 2021.

In an inter-regional competition, they represented Worcestershire Hunt Pony Club, winning their section with a stunning score of 76.25%, and finishing second on the day overall out of more than 200 riders.

The pair then headed to Arena UK to attend the prestigious British Show Pony Society (BSPS) Summer Championships, where they were placed in three classes, coming second, fourth and sixth.

Chloe’s plans for 2021 are to represent Bromsgrove School at one day events and to qualify and compete at The Horse of the Year Show and The Royal International.

She also hopes to represent the central region for British Dressage at the regionals and is setting her sights on competing in the Gold Cup at Burghley 2021.

Madeleine, meanwhile, finished fourth at the Schools’ Equestrian Games (SEG) at Broadway, which qualified her for the Schools’ Equestrian Championships to be held next year.

She also won a British Dressage My Quest competition which put her in the top five in her region and secured a place at the Regional British Dressage Championships in October.

Representing Worcestershire Pony Club, Madeleine also became the 2020 Area Novice Arena Champion in Dressage.

Last, but certainly not least, Amy competed twice on her pony Clandon Precious, at a local horse show and the BSPS Area 6 regional competition, winning on both occasions.

She also qualified on another pony, Hisley Silversmith ,and then competed at The Horse of the Year Show with him in the Junior Mountain and Moorland Pony of the Year section.