Annastasia Cross Veterinary Physiotherapy is delighted to welcome Georgie Frow, Molly Northmore and Sarah Major as sponsored riders.
In the short term Georgie hopes to compete at Branham in the under 25 4* and have a string of successful horses. In the more distant future, she hopes to compete at Burghley and Badminton, representing her country at senior level.
Georgie is located in Lincolnshire riding for world champion Ros Canter. She has been with Ros since the end of the 2018 eventing season. She rides a string of horses from 4 year olds to intermediate level, including her own horse TS Shanghai who she has brought on from a 4 year old having numerous wins up to 3*. Georgie is an extremely talented young rider who is hugely dedicated, ambitious and sympathetic.
Georgie’s main achievements:
Molly is a locally based rider with six horses of her own. Coming from a farming family, Molly has grown up riding horses and competes successfully in all disciplines producing her home bred horses. She is a very talented young rider with a bright future ahead.
In the short term, Molly hopes to compete Winston in British Dressage to advanced medium, produce her homebred 3 year old Albie and compete Gus and Sam in British Showjumping up to Newcomers. In the longer term, Molly’s aims are to expand her knowledge in producing horses, compete confidently on Winston at advanced medium, whilst working towards advanced, compete Gus in BE100 and BS newcomers and produce Albie to the best of his ability.
Sarah is based at Budleigh Equestrian with a range of fantastic facilities. She owns a string of horses including the famous budleigh as pictured on the left. Sarah is a very talented show jumper who is highly skilled in producing her own horses from a young age.
Sarah’s main achievements:
- Budleigh taking the win in the 1m at Dorset show ground 2021
- 3rd place in the 95 scope qualifier at Bicton Arena
- Numerous wins at Chard in the British Showjumping qualifiers
All riders value regular physiotherapy for all their horses and are dedicated to the remedial exercise programmes they are given. This in turn enhancing their horses performance.
Here’s to a fantastic future for Sarah, Molly and Georgie.