Cayman riders doing well in online competition

Tracey Surrey competing in the move advanced classes on her own horse Dusty

Cayman Riding School competitors have maintained their leading positions for the 3rd consecutive month in an International online dressage competition hosted by ‘Dressage Anywhere’ in the UK.

With an increasing trend for ‘online’ competitions – the concept offers riders the opportunity to compete on an international scale at a fraction of the cost and without either horse or rider having to leave home – therefore making international competition accessible to a far greater number of riders.

During the dressage competition – Horse and riders are expected to perform from memory a series of predetermined movements – each movement is given a score and the horse and rider with the highest score (calculated as a percentage) is deemed the winner of each class.

Points are awarded to 10th place in each class and these points are then accumulated to decide the top rider and top riding establishment at the end of the year.

Cayman Riding School currently leads the Team Challenge with 33 points which is the maximum number of points that can be gained in the competition.

Jardae Barnes winning her class on Austin.

Tizzie Jarvis – assistant riding instructor at Cayman Riding School currently leads the rider league with a very impressive 71 points – whilst Tracey Surrey – owner and riding instructor at the riding school is currently in 4th place riding the more advanced tests on her own horse Dusty.

Jardae Barnes, the youngest member of the team, is currently in 11th place.

Notable results from May’s completion are as follows:

Jardae Barnes riding Austin placed 1st and 4th in her classes scoring a massive 74.13% and 65.34%

Megan Duval riding Bellagio placed 1st and 5th in her classes scoring 67.93% and 68.48%

Tizzie Jarvis riding Princess placed 2nd and 4th in her classes scoring 71.96% and 69.31%

Eva Muspratt riding Star placed 6th scoring 68.04%

Tracey Surrey riding Dusty place 1st and 3rd in both her classes riding the more advanced tests to score 67.50% and 66.77%


According to a release from CRS, the above scores qualify Jarvis, Barnes and Surrey for the International online Championship to be held later this year.

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