Lincolnshire teen to gallop for Britain in European horseriding contest

13-year-old Holly Truelove, from Worlaby in North Lincolnshire, has been selected to represent Great Britain in this year’s Children, Junior and Young Rider Nations Cup.

13-year-old Holly will be representing Great Britain in the Netherlands next week. Photo: Shooting Star PR.

The news comes after the teenager rode for GB two weeks ago in Belgium, where she achieved third place in the Opglabbeek Nations Cup.

Barrie Truelove is director at Lincoln-based firm TrueLove Property and Construction, which sponsors Holly and owns her horse, Golly Girl.

Barrie said they are all ‘delighted’ that Holly will once again represent Great Britain.

“It’s a big deal getting through to the Netherlands competition as this is where Holly will be considered for for the European Championships taking place in August.

“Holly is a strong candidate who has given nothing short of a solid performance previously so we know that she can handle the pressure,” he said.

The Children, Junior and Young Rider Nations Cup will take place at the Dutch Youngster Festival in the Netherlands from next Wednesday, June 7.

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