Meet the KCL Equestrian Ladies ready to ride UCL into the ground

It’s a one horse race


Often stereotyped as the Fiat 500 of the sport world, equestrian is often overlooked as a sport for the snobby and rich, discounting it as people who partake in actual sports.

Equestrians need to have the concentration and ability to judge distance like a golfer, strength and stamina of a hockey player, artistic flow and ability to make a hard thing look easy and beautiful like a gymnast. They know where everyone around them is at all times all while controlling a 1000lb animal with the help of a five inch bit of metal.

So now you know, here are the four leading ladies of KCL Equestrian ready to knock UCL off their high horses in this year's first ever Equestrian London Varsity.

March 11th at Trent Park Equestrian Centre, event starts at 1pm.

Get your tickets here, you won’t want to miss this takedown.

Captain: Katie Chan, third year Liberal Arts

AKA: Hong Kong's Greatest Export

"Always tired. Always late."

“Don’t believe the fake news, she’s not that nice.”

President: Phoebe Wakeman, third year International Development

AKA: KCLEC's biggest man eater.

“Not just a one trick pony – this girl doesn't just ride, she downs pints too."

Roselly Hamlett, first year Spanish and Latin American Studies

AKA: Our faultless fresher

“The girl next door.”

“With a tendency to throw up whole kebabs.”

Tosca Little, MSc Physiotherapy

AKA: KCL's fittest geriatric.

“Booty gains bigger than Kim K.”

Consumes multiple wine bottles – "just to warm up".

Watch UCL walk away with a long face and neigh points… Be there or be square.

P.S. Join us at ROXY for the afterparty.