Equine apprentice, Libby Colmer, has enjoyed a successful season in British Eventing, reaching Novice Level in dressage, show jumping and cross-country disciplines.
Libby has developed strong technical skills within the sport and plans to compete in more events as she progresses up the levels.
Aimee Straughan, Libby’s Equine Skills Coach, said: “We are very proud of Libby. She has worked hard to progress her horses up the levels with great success, gaining knowledge and experience while studying on the Equine Apprenticeship. We wish her every success.”
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