Another year and another search for two Blue Chip Sponsored riders! After narrowing it down to just 6 Juniors and 6 Seniors, the finalists went to the public vote and we can now announce that the votes have been counted and the results are in. In total, 4,336 votes were collected and we can reveal that the winners are:

Our junior position has been won by Elloise Smit with a whopping 42% of the vote and Chloe Reynolds took the senior spot, who won with 33.7% of the overall vote!

Well done to both riders, who we are sure that will be excellent ambassadors for the Blue Chip brand. To find out more about our winners, read below:

Elloise Smit

13, Kent

  • 10m Restricted Rider National Champion 2016
  • 3rd in my first 1.20 at the Addlington Manor Pre HOYS Classic
  • Currently 1st in the South East Silver League
  • Won sapphire championships at Blue Chip Winter Champs 2017 on Bearnaderg Star
  • Won South East Silver League 2016-2017 on Newtown Samson 
  • Qualified Bamburgh Scope and British Novice second rounds on novice pony that she saved up for a brought herself – Dereen Flyer

I am hard working, I always conduct myself and my ponies in a sophisticated manor and I am very supportive of everyone around me. I feel as though I am a very good role model and I feel I could promote your brand/business by achieving my goals and always being very well mannered. I also put my successes on social media and I will promote your business on Facebook and instagram. I am always positive on social media and never have a bad word to say. I am also very determined and I never quit

 

 

 

 

 

Chloe Reynolds

18, Bridgwater

  • Won the Olympic Starspotters at Royal Windsor May 2017
  • 2nd Welsh Masters 6yo Grand Prix April 2017
  • Won 6yo Accumulator at Chepstow CSI April 2017
  • Won the 5 yo Championship at Addington in 2016 and then selected to jump at the World Young Horse Championships in Lanaken.
  • Qualified for the Hickstead Winter Novice Champs at Royal International 2017
  • Won the Blue Chip Karma Performance Championship in 2017

I think that I could promote the fact that good feeding and nutrition gets consistent results and keeps horses in top class condition physically and mentally whilst travelling and jumping during a busy season. I also think that I could be a good role model as I am disciplined and hardworking and strive to get good results with my team of young horses.