Bridgewater’s rising equestrian talent

Bridgewater School is proud to celebrate the outstanding accomplishments of Year 11 student, Jessica Weir. Jessica, alongside her horse, Lindeth Con-Artist, has recently qualified for this year’s Royal International Horse Show, a testament to her exceptional talent and dedication. Adding to this impressive achievement, Jessica has also secured a place as the prestigious Horse of the Year Show, to be held at the NEC this October.

The Horse of the Year Show is renowned and attracts the top equestrians from across the country. Jessica’s qualification is particularly noteworthy as she is one of only 15 riders to qualify for the 153cm Show Hunter Pony Class. Achieving this on her first attempt is a remarkable feat that underscores her skill and commitment.

Jessica’s journey with Lindeth Con-Artist began just 18 months ago. In this short time, she has forged a successful partnership with her horse. Unlike many competitors in her class, Jessica’s achievements are particularly impressive as she competes against professional produced horses. Lindeth Con-Artist however, is ‘home-produced’, meaning Jessica undertakes all the training and care herself.

Jessica’s accomplishments are a source of great pride for us all and we look forward to seeing the duo continue to shine at the upcoming show and wish them the best of luck.

As a student, you are the most amazing discovery you will ever make.


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