Bermuda riders jumping for joy

  • Winning team: Kayla Bardgett, riding Storm Watch, Tyler James, riding Happy Feet, and Jaeda Smith, riding DaVinci

    Winning team: Kayla Bardgett, riding Storm Watch, Tyler James, riding Happy Feet, and Jaeda Smith, riding DaVinci


The Caribbean Equestrian Association’s Regional Jumping Challenge came to a successful finish for the Bermuda show jumping riders.

For the fourth consecutive year, the Bermuda team secured the top place against other participating Caribbean Countries.

In addition to winning the Team country division, Bermuda’s riders also captured the top placings in all three of the overall individual regional jumping divisions.

Jaeda Smith, riding Da Vinci, secured first place in CEA RJC’s overall individual 1.00m division, while Mackenzie James claimed a commendable overall second place.

Similarly, Tyler James riding Happy Feet was this year’s CEA RJC’s Overall Individual winner in the .85m division.

In the .75 metres division, Bermuda’s Kayla Bardgett on Storm Watch, Courtney Sims on Mr Rainman and Indigo Adams on Batteries Not Included claimed first, second and third, respectively, in the RJC’s overall individual .70 metres division.

The CEA RJC provides an opportunity for competitors of all ages to measure their skills against riders within the Caribbean region.

Riders compete in their own countries over two rounds of a predetermined jumping course. Competing Caribbean countries included Bahamas, Bermuda Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago.

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Published Dec 12, 2019 at 2:38 pm (Updated Dec 12, 2019 at 2:38 pm)

Bermuda riders jumping for joy

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