CASHJUMPING lived to its name for a county showjumper who had a successful outing with her two horses.

Erin Cullimore, from Kingsland, brought home more than £300 in prize money at the Cashjumping National Finals.

Mr Fletcher won two Open Championships, while Tally Ho Toby was Reserve Champion in the 90cm National Final.

Cashjumping is a relatively new concept where half the entry money goes into the prize pot and, depending on the number of entries, it is divided up between the top placed riders. Riders qualify either through a direct regional qualifier or by being in the top 20 of the National League for the height they are jumping.

Classes are also divided into juniors and seniors.

"As usual Toby was the smallest in the Senior Final," said Cullimore.

"He's only 14.1 and the rest were big horses.

"I just galloped round and hoped he didn't knock any down."