Whilst others hunted for Easter Eggs, Prior Park Prep School pupil Myles has been ‘riding high’ after achieving an incredible fourth overall place in the NAF Five Star British Winter Dressage Championships, at the tender age of just 9 years old.
The NAF Five Star British Winter Dressage Championships were are held at the prestigious Hartpury Arena and provided a platform for talented amateur riders and Britain’s best, to compete alongside each other in 5 days of competition for 29 titles.
Myles and his horse Heavenly High Jinx achieved fourth overall in all their dressage events, against a staggering 500 other riders.
Whilst Myles and his horse Heavenly High Jinx were happy to delight in the success of this achievement alone, there was much more instore for Myles as his story grew.
Horse and Hound covered Myles as the ‘nine-year-old rising star with an Olympic dream’ and created a short film of him riding Heavenly High Jinx.
British Dressage (BD) then followed by posting a video of his test in the Arena and publishing an article on the riders which included Myles, claiming: ‘at only nine-years-old he is without doubt a star of the future’.
And, double Olympic Gold Medallist Charlotte Dujardin then posed for a picture with him, which made its way around the world.
But for the 9 year old who has already achieved a second in the British Riding Clubs junior novice winter dressage championships, the adventure doesn’t stop there.
This Friday Myles has an accepted an invite to go with current and future GB riders to attend specialist training sessions and Myles is now dreaming of his future.
I want to go to the OlympicsMyles