Hickstead's RIHS showing highlights

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Hickstead's RIHS showing highlights
<span style="font-size: 9px;">Ladies' Day winner, Philippa Butler with actress Barbara Windsor</span><br><br>

Take a look at the showing highlights from the RIHS at Hickstead...Saturday

Top show producer Robert Walker from Cheshire won the Garrick Engineering Shelters Ltd Supreme Hack Championship, with Royal Engagement, while Jayne Webber and Its After Eight won the Small Hunter Championship.

The pick of the crop in the fashion stakes was Ladies’ Day winner, Philippa Butler from East Sussex. She was presented with her prizes by actress Barbara Windsor, a supporter of Variety, the Children’s Charity.

Judge Barbara Windsor (pictured) praised the standard of the ten Ladies’ Day finalists, and said: "Today is my first time at Hickstead, and it's lovely – you are seeing Britain at its best here."


The British Horse Society Supreme Horse title went to Katie Jerram and Dunbeacon, the lightweight hunter victors and Thursday’s overall hunter champions.

"He’s won at every major show up and down the country, and he’s been a joy to produce," said Katie. "He’s the biggest galloping horse I’ve ever ridden and he really suits the big International Arena."

The pony supreme went to the winner of the Oggy Oggy Pasty Company BSPS Supreme Show Pony Championship, Lucinda Elliott and the 148cm victor Dance All Night.