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RS-tor Rider Michaela Huntington Crowned Winter Amateur Champion as Reported by Absolute Horse Magazine!

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Michaela Huntington is a show jumper, trainer and livery yard owner from Braintree in Essex. Michaela is an ambasssor rider for the RS-tor Rider Safety Aid so we were thrilled to hear the news that Michaela has been crowned the Winter Amateur Champion on her lovely chestnut mare Zena.



Absolute Horse Magazine, the local regional magazine to Michaeala reported the story. Absolute Horse Magazine says...


Michaela Huntington (29) from Braintree, Essex with her own 7 year-old chestnut mare, Alegro Z were victorious in the final of the Winter Amateur Championship held at Arena UK in Grantham, Lincolnshire on Sunday 31st May. Combinations qualified for the final between October 2014 and March 2015.


Out of the starting field, nine combinations produced a first round clear to progress through to the final jump off, all but one of the combinations jumped double clear meaning that the placings came down to the all-important clock.


Producing the fastest double clear of the class was 29 year-old Michaela Huntington from Braintree, Essex and she was riding her own 7 year-old chestnut mare, Alegro Z. Drawn second to go in the jump off, they produced their double clear in 35.68 seconds a time that no – one else was able to beat."


Michaela is a big fan of the RS-tor and thinks it is ideal for jumping and riding young or spooky horses. Michaela says "The RS-tor strap has a ‘bungee’ element that helps prevents rider falls by ‘absorbing’ the velocity of being unseated. The RS-tor’s is easy to hold and the fall prevention aspect comes into effect when the horse spooks, bucks, rears, cat-leaps or stumbles, although its confidence-boosting benefits are always experienced!"


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