"I've had three jumping horses today and a working hunter - I've ended up on my face on one, had an eight faults and a four faults, and my last one pulled it out of the bag. I meant business in that jump-off," Leicestershire-based Holly said.
"I set off at a real good lick. He is used to jumping on big grass rings, he's used to me daring him, and he answered me. He has jumped clear in a three-star grand prix, he has jumped international stairways clear, and he just keeps doing it. He's only eight-years-old. I can't fault him."
Holly sold her previous top horse - Nations Cup ride Dougie Douglas - a while ago, but she has built a quality string of horses in rapid time. "I was expecting it to take me a few years to rebuild, but since I sold Dougie Douglas I have had more time to devote to my young horses, and they have come to the fore much quicker than I expected," she added.
"I am hoping that maybe he (Lammy Beach) could jump a Nations Cup next year, maybe a lower division one. I am going to go abroad with him a bit more, and try to get him mileage over the bigger tracks with the technicality and travelling. I've got a definite plan for the horse."
For Sophie, it was an emotional seven-year-old success after her grandfather passed away late on Tuesday night. "My grandfather had always been a wonderful supporter of show jumping, so this was for him. I am sure he is looking down on me," she said. "I know he would have been so proud.”