Jodie Hall-McAteer has won the Showjumping Championship at Longines Royal International Horse Draw

Picture: Spidge Event Photography

Picture: Spidge Event Photography

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Boreham Wood horse rider Jodie Hall-McAteer has won the Showjumping Championship at the Longines Royal International Horse Show.

The 14-year-old rider won two classes at the West Sussex event whilst riding The Little Squire, owned by her mother, Mandy Hall.

On the opening day at the six-day long horse show, Hall-McAteer won the Hickstead 1.05m Pony Open class.

The teenage rider then followed the win with another victory two days later in the Oakley Coachbuilders Winter Grade JC Championship.

As one of the biggest outdoor shows in the country, the Longines Royal International Horse Show in West Sussex uniquely sees equestrian’s elite from a variety of disciplines compete side by side.

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