Showjumping Ireland provides bursary to reward success at CAFRE Enniskillen

Date published: 11 March 2019

Georgia Osprey from Antrim, is a first year further education student at CAFRE Enniskillen Campus.

Georgia Osprey, Antrim with Ray Buchanan & Caroline Brindley from Show Jumping Ireland presenting their Bursary Award at Enniskillen Campus Careers Event 2019.

Georgia is studying on the Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Equine Management programme and has become the proud recipient of the Showjumping Ireland (SJI) bursary, which was presented during the annual equine careers event at Enniskillen Campus.

Georgia was awarded the bursary for achieving the highest practical mark in her Prepare Horses for Presentation module. This module enables students to learn about the theory and practical elements associated with horse grooming and turning horses out for inspection. Georgia said she was delighted to have achieved top marks. She has learnt a range of new skills and feels much more confident with these practical elements.

Georgia has developed her interests while at CAFRE and has worked in racing and eventing yards to help develop her skills. Georgia hopes to use her bursary to enable her to travel and broaden this knowledge further once she completes her studies.

CAFRE Enniskillen Campus is pleased to have established this partnership with Showjumping Ireland and is delighted to be able to offer such a valued award to students undertaking Further Education courses at CAFRE Enniskillen Campus.

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