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Lucy Jackson

Lucy Jackson is a talented, ambitious and hard working international event rider who has successfully competed in horse trials around the world for fifteen years.

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Lucy, who is based at her own yard in Oxfordshire, has competed all over the world with her small team of elite horses and represented New Zealand at the Trans-Tasman Challenge in 2003 and the CHIO Aachen in 2012 and 2014, and was first reserve for the 2012 London Olympic Games. She now has her sights fixed firmly on Rio for 2016 with her star ride, 16.2hh bay gelding Willy Do, who is owned by Gillian Greenlees.

“I am delighted to become a Dengie sponsored rider, I have been feeding Dengie for 20 years it plays an essential role in their health, performance and general well-being”, said Lucy.  “All of my horses are fed a diet of Dengie, balancer along with good quality haylage and grass – there really is no need for anything else!”

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    Back in the Saddle

    So it's been a fairly eventful few months since we last checked in, I've had a baby girl "Evie", and we've moved yards from Banbury to Cheltenham! Despite these changes our horses have remained largely in their normal work routines.

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    End of Term

    So that's it, the end of term. Its been a disappointing year in many ways, but thankfully a good run of form to finish the season has left me hungry for more.

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    Back on Winning Form!

    Hooray!! My first ever (UK) Advanced winner! Clever Bosun (aka Beano) is thoroughly appreciating his new regime, running more and training less is clearly the answer to a happy horse!

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    Back in the Saddle

    I have very pleasingly been signed back on to compete at Barbury by the Orthopaedic Consultant, after a LOT of hard work by the amazing Juliet Lock from The Practise in Thame - Chiropracter extraordinaire!

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    Painful Learning Curves

    Badminton 2016 was an event to put in the great book of life under the chapter of experience and pretty much leave it there! A very below par test on a rather frisky and fit Bosun, followed by a nasty fall at Badminton’s famous Vicarage Vee was not what I'd envisaged.

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    Almost A Dream Show

    Burnham Market was almost a dream show from start to finish. There is literally only one thing I would have changed in thirteen phases!! We had a 2.30am start in order for Dengie brekkies to be eaten in time for the four hour drive to Norfolk for Bosun's guinea pig test.

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    The Madness Has Begun

    The madness has begun in earnest – we've added to our normal training routine with a variety of extras in preparation for the beginning of the season 'proper'.

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    Ready and Raring To Go

    I have just returned from fantastic day at the New Zealand Team Owners Day at Hartpury. I took six horses and had four clears in 1.15m and two four faulters in the 1.25m. They were all in great form and I can't wait for the season 'proper' to begin.

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    Phew is the Word!

    Phew is probably the best word to describe the last few weeks and months, all of the horses have enjoyed a holiday and we are now building up their work gradually.

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    Getting to know Lucy

    Rider magazine catch up with Dengie ambassador, Lucy Jackson to learn more about her in their 'How much is a bale of hay' feature.

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    Bosun's First CCI 4*

    For Bosun's first stab at CCI 4*, our result at Pau wasn't too bad, and he is showing such improvement in this phase that a winter's practise should see him up with the best of them by the spring.

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    The Joys of Young Horses

    So with regards to Osberton we had a fairly mixed week. I had merrily said to the owners of my 3 x 6yr olds and 3 x 7yr olds that I thought Osberton would be a great show as an end of term finale. Little did I realise all 6 would qualify, be fit, ready, willing and able to run!

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