The latest member of Team Trickle Net, Yasmin Ingham has won individual Gold at the FEI World Eventing Championships and we couldn’t be more thrilled for her! Yasmin riding 11 year old gelding Banzai du Loir produced an incredible debut performance to take the Gold ahead of Julia Krajewski with Amande de B’Neville of Germany taking Silver and Tim Price and Falco taking the bronze.
Yasmin, who’s just 25 joins a list of legends in British individual world champions including Rosalind Canter, Zara Philips, Virginia Leng, Lucinda Green, and Mary Gordon-Watson.
Yasmin said "Honestly, I'm still not believing it at the moment. I really didn't think this would happen. My horse Banzai (du Loir) was just impeccable today and I couldn't fault him in the showjumping. I'm just over the moon and I can't explain how happy I am; I'm still shaking.” "It was extremely nerve-wracking. I just tried to treat it as a normal competition and do my normal routine and structured system. I blocked everything else out and he (Banzai) delivered today, he was just perfect."
Born and raised on the Isle of Mann, Yasmin already earned a hugely successful youth career being Double European Gold Medalist. U16, U18, U21 and U25 British Champion. Yasmin has also achieved some fabulous results this year including second place at Kentucky CCI5* in Spring.
All at Trickle Net are so excited to see what more Yasmin can produce, and we’ll be following and supporting her all the way.
On joining Team Trickle Net during summer, Yasmin said “Trickle nets have been a game changer for my greedier horses’ management. Before using Trickle Nets, I’ve always struggled to keep weight off a couple of good doers during the Event season, as I never like to see my horses stood with nothing to eat for long periods.
After changing to Trickle Nets, the length of time my horses take clear their nets is much longer, which is great for their digestive system, as well as their weight. Rehy DJ, who recently won the Nations Cup in Aachen for Team GB, has never looked or felt fitter.”
Ellen Chapman, founder of Trickle Net is delighted to have such a talented rider supporting the brand. “Yasmin will be a wonderful ambassador to Trickle Net because she really understands the importance of trickle feeding for performance. In providing a natural regulated flow of forage through the gut, we help to prevent the build-up of acid which can lead to ulcers in so many sports horses.” “We want to shout from the roof tops, Trickle Nets are not just for fat ponies! Every horse has a basic natural need to graze and forage. Yasmin can certainly help us get that message across.”