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Bri­tish even­ter

Sarah Bul­limore went from 62nd to sev­enth place in the end-of-sea­son FEI rank­ings, af­ter her se­cond at Pau CCI4*. Gemma Tat­ter­sall was the high­est-placed Brit, in third.

Jockey Ge­orge

Chaloner has de­cided to re­tire af­ter he suf­fered a se­ries of in­juries in falls. The 25-year-old Royal As­cot win­ner is now look­ing for an al­ter­na­tive ca­reer. Sergeant Ru­pert

Frere was named pho­tog­ra­pher of the year in the Army Pho­to­graphic Com­pe­ti­tion. His images show the life of Lon­don-based sol­diers, in­clud­ing the House­hold Cav­alry.

Lead­ing event rider An­drew

Hoy has been named pa­tron of the Wob­ble­berry Chal­lenge, which sup­ports Han­nah’s Will­berry Won­der Pony, a char­ity set up by the late Han­nah Fran­cis. Chi­nese businessman

Zhang Yuesh­eng bought some 60 year­lings at Goffs Sports­mans’ Sale un­der his YuLong In­vest­ments ban­ner. Mr Yuesh­eng plans to re­turn to Goffs this month.

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