All Star Academy winner Rhianydd Lee-Jones goes to Hickstead
The Blue Chip All Star Academy winner Rhianydd Lee-Jones will be joining the Horse & Country team for online coverage of Hickstead’s Longines Royal International Horse Show this week.
Rhianydd, 27, was crowned the 2016 Blue Chip All Star Academy Champion after taking part in the innovative new reality television series.
The Welsh rider will be reporting online and interviewing all the stars from the Hickstead venue.
“I’m really looking forward to working with the H&C team at Hickstead and I can’t wait to get in on the action,” said Rhianydd.
Horse & Country viewers can enjoy real live online reporting, rider interviews and video content from Hickstead this week as Rhianydd looks set to make a big contribution to the channel’s output.
The former polocrosse player, who is now a video blogger for the website, has already generated a positive following on social media sites.
As part of the prize from the Blue Chip All Star Academy, she will also get to guest present Rudall’s Round-Up, from the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, alongside presenter Jenny Rudall.
In addition to this, Rhi received a year’s sponsorship from the show’s title sponsors Blue Chip Feed.
Horse & Country followers are bound to see much more of Rhi this year as she embraces her academy win and continues to vlog about her busy equestrian life.