The 20-year-old achieved the stunning win on locally-bred horse, Flaxley Fever, and will now appear at the Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park later this year.
The victory was the best yet for the Birmingham University student, who is based at Vowchurch Court during the holidays with her trainer Helena Charlesworth.
The rider then turned his hand to coaching – helping Britain in their exploits at Barcelona 1992, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000 before switching to coach the German national team.
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The victory was Reid-Warrilow's first on new horse Dolley Little Wiseguy, who was bred in Germany by former show jumper Paul Schockemohler.
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But 20 years after first coaching the British eventing team, Bartle has ‘come back home’ with him hailing it a “dream come true” in his new role for Team GB and showing absolutely no signs of stopping at 64 years old.
A NORTH Herefordshire rider has qualified for a major tournament after enjoying her biggest win to date at a horse trials in Wales.
Pembridge rider Sarah Turner saw off fierce competition to win the Novice Regional Final class at the hotly-competed Llanymynech Horse Trials.
I am just going to take it one year at a time.“There was certainly a slightly uncomfortable feeling at the beginning with the German team – to be batting, as it were, for the other side or coaching the other side.“But I was with them for 16 years and I developed some very strong and close friendships and so on with all the team and the support team and my colleagues over there.