Truran returns as BEF president
Ian Truran has been re-elected as president of the Bermuda Equestrian Federation.
Truran was returned to the position at the federation's annual general meeting on Wednesday night. Jamie Masters-McDowell was elected as vice-president, with Michelle Ingham taking the role of treasurer.
Other officials elected were: Elka Gibbs, Lindsay Sousa, Marshalita Tota, Daniel Greenslade, Carla Stempel, and Michael Rodrigues.
The elections came four days after the federation held it's annual prize-giving, with awards handed out in more than 30 categories.
Major awards for the 2015-2016 season were won by Courtney Brombey, who won The DeCosta Construction Ltd Trophy after topping the junior rider points table.
Bromby also took home the Raymond White Memorial Trophy, the Inwood Tucker Homeslice Trophy, the Starstruck Trophy and the China Doll Trophy for the junior gaining the most showjumping points on the same horse.
In the adult categories Kirista Rabain took home the Inwood Trophy for winning the most points over the course of the season, and also won the BEF Trophy as champion of the adult equitation division.
• A full list of award winners can be found by clicking the PDF link under “Related Media”