TEENAGE Swindon rider Tahnia Jordon Jones came up trumps for Team LeMieux as they claimed the Nations Cup in convincing style.

The 15-year-old was one of four teenagers to compete in Lamprechtshausen, Austria, as Dunfermline’s Shauie Greig, Brentwood’s Claudia Moore and Banchory’s Nicole Lockhead Anderson also featured.

In the Austrian sunshine at the Sportridingclub, the British riders and ponies bagged five clear rounds across their eight runnings to take the victory on a total of just four penalties.

Greig was the first up and she delivered the perfect start for the team on with Casino Royale, a 15-year-old bay gelding owned by Anne Greig.

As the first safely back in for the Brits, the 15-year-old gave the other riders great confidence as she rode her two rounds with fluency and precision, posting a double clear performance onto the board in the process.

Next to go out was Swindon’s Jordan Jones with Jumper, a 12-year-old grey gelding, and the aptly named horse also posted a superb double clear and tackled the course in style.

The third rider in Great Britain colours was 13 year-old Moore on Elando Van De Roshoeve, a 14-year-old bay gelding owned by Katrina Moore. She finished with four penalties in round one and 10 penalties in round two.

Last in was16-year-old, Lockhead Anderson, riding nine-year-old bay gelding Gangnam Style II owned by Claire Lockhead.

Her combination picked up four penalties in their first round, but set off into their second round determined to secure a clear, and they did just that to ensure a win for GB.