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Flora Harris

Flora Harris (born 21 March 1988[1] in London, later moving to live near Taunton [2], Somerset, United Kingdom) is an eventrider who becomes and full senior in 2010. In 2007, she competed for Great Britain at the Young Rider European Eventing Championships at Blair Castle, Scotland.[3] She has been shortlisted twice for the junior team, in 2005 and 2006, and in 2007, her first year as young rider [18 – 21 years] was selected as an individual on the young rider squad. In 2008, Flora won the CIC 2* at Osberton. In 2008 she has been selected for the long list for the Young Rider European Squad. She was longlisted for Young Rider squad in 2008 and 2009, but prevented from squad selection in 2008 by horse injury and in 2009 by breaking her leg. Flora was runner up with Law Choice and placed on Double Image 11 at Vale Sabroso in February 2009 and placed on Law Choice and Boy at Barroca de Alva in March 2009. In 2010, she took Boy and Law Choice to Barrica de Alva for 2* and 3* competition in which Boy was 13th and Law Choice 5th.

In 2008, Harris was a columnist for Eventing Worldwide.[4] In 2009 Flora became a columnist for www.horsehero.com and submits a regular blog.

At the moment Harris rides 10 horses:[5]

Law Choice, Candice by Canabis Z, Boy by Kashmir von Schuttershof, Amazing Mazy by Adelante, William XXI, Sam, to be registered as It's Without Prejudice by It's Without Doubt, Cash, Cabernet Ruby, Faerie Concorde for the Downey family, Bear's Affaire.


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