Sponsored Rider Bubby Upton awarded the Under 25’s Rising Star of the Future at the Animal Health Trust Equestrian Awards

17th October 2019

On Wednesday 16th October the annual Animal Health Trust UK Equestrian Awards united British and Equestrian royalty at The Landmark Hotel, London to raise money for charity.

Bubby Upton Under-25 Rising Star

President, HRH The Princess Royal, welcomed professional riders, trainers, leading equine vets and charity supporters to the annual event. The Animal Health’s Trust works to improve the health and welfare of all equestrians from the elite competition ponies to the Sunday strollers. Over the past year the charity has analysed thousands of equine flu samples and reduced the risk of prolonged outbreak and prevented unnecessary suffering for many horses.

All money raised by the Animal Health Trust is reinvested into the industry-leading science and care for animals.

The evenings award ceremony presented a variety of exciting awards to deserving winners including; The Feed mark Dressage Award presented to Gareth Hughes, The British Show jumping Award presented to Team GB and the Vetinary Achievement award presented to Professor Kathy Clark. Neue Schule sponsored rider Bubby Upton was flying the NS flag high as she was awarded “The Barbour Foundation Under 25’s Star of the Future Award”. Bubby was a deserving winner competed with Team GB at the Young Rider European Championships in the Netherlands earlier this year. At just 20, Bubby made her senior Team debut at the Nations competition. What a way to end the season! Bubby has been sponsored by Neue Schule for a number of years and it is so rewarding watching her chase her dreams with each year achieving more than the last. Congratulations to Bubby and all of the other winners on the evening, a fantastic event for a fantastic cause.

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