Following a hugely successful 2018, which culminated in Ros being crowned World Champion and Allstar B and Zenshera taking the top two spots on the British Eventing points winning table, 2019 was very different.
Ros spent the first half of the season on the sidelines while expecting a baby. Ziggy was born at the beginning of July, and a month later Ros was back in action. Allstar B won the CCI4*-L at Ballindenisk, whilst Ros also claimed both the CCI2*-L and the CCIYH2*-S at the Osberton International & Young Horse Championships with two of her up-and-coming rides.
Covid-19’s lockdown restrictions wreaked havoc with the first half of the 2020 season. Sport restarted in July and the following month Ros won two of Burgham’s international classes, Allstar B setting a new Burgham 4* dressage record. Lordships Graffalo was runner up at the 8/9yo Championships in September and Ros’ season finished with another Pau 5* completion on Zenshera.
2021 starts with events still running behind closed doors, but with two potential championships this year (the delayed Tokyo Olympics and the Europeans) there is much to play for.