Show jumper Kerrie Goodwin through to National Amateur Championship at Aintree
- Credit: Archant
St Albans’ Kerrie Goodwin and her horse Roscoes Golani are back on top of the podium after another victory.
They came on top of 65 other competitors in the Dodson & Horrell 1.10m National Amateur Second Round at Arena UK in Grantham.
The event acted as qualification for the Dodson & Horrell National Amateur Championship held at Aintree Equestrian Centre in Liverpool between November 16-20.
Goodwin took advantage of being the last to go in the jump off.
Having seen just a single double clear produced before her, Goodwin knew that a quick and clean round would give her the win and she achieved just when she came through the finish with all fences still standing in 33.93 seconds.
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Second place went to Allie Ellison from Cambridge who delivered the only other double clear of the class in 39.23 seconds.
Third place was taken by Elise Pilbeam from Swanley, Kent.
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