DEVON & CORNWALL AREA AWARDS 2019 – FINAL STANDINGS

 

LEADING LADY RIDER JG Kellock Memorial Trophy

  1. Millie Wonnacott  39
  2. Jo Supples 30

 

LEADING GENTLEMAN RIDER Peter Pearn Memorial Trophy

  1. Darren Edwards 118
  2. Will Biddick  117

 

LEADING NOVICE LADY RIDER A Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. Millie Wonnacott 39
  2. Thomasina Eyston  10

 

LEADING NOVICE GENTLEMAN RIDER A Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. Liam Harrison 17
  2. Nathan Vergne 16  

 

LEADING TRAINER WITH MORE THAN FIVE HORSES A Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. Dean Summersby 86 points
  2. Ed Walker 54

 

LEADING TRAINER WITH FIVE HORSES OR LESS HJ Widdicombe Memorial Trophy

  1. Jill Dennis 25 points
  2. John Heard  23

 

LEADING OWNER GK Probert Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. The Little Acres Racing Club,  37 points

 

LEADING OWNER/RIDER MOST POINTS ON ONE HORSE Silver Ransome Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. Tom Chanin – Ballyhowne 11 points

 

LEADING VETERAN RIDER (35 & over) Orchard Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. Jo Supple 30 points

 

OWNER OF LEADING HORSE Axminster Carpets Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. Little Acres Racing Club  Soul Kaliber 24 points

 

OWNER OF LEADING NOVICE HORSE Little Vanity Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. The Little Acres Racing Club – Soul Kaliber 24 points  
  2. Minimalistic  15; Three horses with 14 points= Skinflint, Crown of Thorns  Banco De Logos

 

OWNER OF LEADING MARE Cornish Princess Perpetual Challenge Cup

  1. John & Sonia Gardener Cloudy Music 18 points
  2. River Myth  17 points; In Arrears 14 points

 

OWNER OF LEADING VETERAN HORSE Anjubi Perpetual Challenge Trophy

  1. Mike Biddick There’s No Panic  9 points
  2. Dicky Bob  8 points Mic’s Delights 6 points

 

OWNER/BREEDER OF LEADING HORSE Seal Marine Perpetual Challenge Trophy

  1. John Heard – Cottage Rose 5 ch m Arvico – Roll on Rose

 

RIDER GAINING MOST POINTS AT A SINGLE MEETING Prideaux Horse Perpetual Challenge trophy

  1. Darren Edwards 16 points Four Burrow 12th may  

 

RIDER OF WINNER OF LONGEST OFFICIAL SP Devon & Cornwall Bookmakers Perpetual Challenge Trophy

  1. Tom Chanin  Ballyhowne 33-1 South Tetcott

 

WESTERN MORNING NEWS TROPHY

Will Biddick: A season to remember for Will, not only winning his seventh National jockeys title, but also breaking the British record for number of career winners on attaining win number 415 at Upcott Cross on 27th April

 

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