Countryside Live

A young rider negoiates a jump during the Search for a Talented Show Jumper run by Graham and Tina Fletcher. Countryside Live, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate.  20 October 2012.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

A young rider negoiates a jump during the Search for a Talented Show Jumper run by Graham and Tina Fletcher. Countryside Live, Great Yorkshire Showground, Harrogate. 20 October 2012. Picture Bruce Rollinson

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Over 12,000 people flocked to the Great Yorkshire Showground last weekend to enjoy the tenth annual Countryside Live event.

This year’s event saw a record number of attendees and entrants, which was much appreciated by the agricultural community after the washout of this summer’s Great Yorkshire.

For the first time this year the show hosted the Northern Show Cross Final which saw 14 year-old Lucy Gilsenan, of Scarborough, taking the Junior Novice title and 74 year old Alan Evans, of Monk Fryston, triumph over riders more than half his age to take home the Senior Novice title.

 

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