If the name Eleanor Rudnicki sounds familiar to you, it could be for a variety of reasons. The upcoming star in the equestrian sport claimed her first Finals win in 2019 as she emerged as the victor in the Taylor Harris Insurance Services (THIS) Medal at only 13 years of age. Rudnicki’s victory at such a young age was a stunning achievement as the final brings together the top 40 competitors that have qualified from across the country. To even be considered for an invitation, riders must accumulate a certain amount of points and once at the final, only the top ten are invited to return for a second round.
Rudnicki’s equitation career in the five years since her THIS Medal win have continued to be successful and her latest winning finish comes from one of the country’s newest and most exciting equitation championships.
The WEC Premier Equitation Cup Championship takes 62 top equitation athletes for its initial round, but only advances 20 pairs on to the flat phase and the final jumping phase, which is held under the lights. Rudnicki led the competition from the get-go and the win was a perfect way to cap off her distinguished junior career.
Taylor Harris Insurance Services extends a huge congratulations to Rudnicki and wishes her continued success as she continues on in her career!
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