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BRC Area Dressage Qualifier: 17th June, 2018, Arena UK
The Club sent four Teams and two Individuals to the Area Qualifier, held at Arena UK
The Preliminary Dressage Team was =3rd, dropping to 4th when the fourth rider was included, in order to split the result. Carol McCarthy was 2nd in her arena and we hope Carol will have qualified for the Championships at Lincoln in early September. Sarah Bowker was 3rd in her arena. The Open Dressage Team was unplaced, but Jane Armstrong was placed 5th, individually, in Novice 27 . The two Riding Test Teams were 3rd and 4th, with Jane Armstrong taking 2nd place in the Novice Riding Test and we hope Jane will have qualified for Lincoln. Emily Lumb was 5th in the Novice Riding Test and Julia Cole also took 5th place in the Preliminary Riding Test.
The Individual qualifiers saw Rosemary David in 1st place in the Elementary Dressage to Music; a lovely test that will take her and Royal Mail to the Dressage to Music Championships at Bury Farm at the end of September. Many congratulations to Rosemary! New to Medium Tests, Pippa Owen and Claude Debussy were a credible 6th in the Medium/Advanced Medium qualifier
Many thanks to everyone for competing; another long day and, unfortunately issues with calculating the results for the Riding Test, which delayed things further. The full results are in the Results section.
This year the Club is celebrating its 50th Anniversary!
Rosemary would like to thank everybody who contributed to making the 50th Celebration show a very happy and successful day on Sunday 3rd June. The dressage and show jumping results are now available on the 'Results' page .
BHS Training Opportunity
British Riding Club members in the Midlands have been selected to have the opportunity to take part in an exciting pilot scheme in advance of the launch of the new BHS Challenge Awards. These awards will provide a ‘pick and mix’ way of developing knowledge and skills for both riding and horse care.This pilot will be run at Warwickshire College Moreton Morrell every other Monday through July and early August and will offer you the chance to learn more about the ‘Handling your Horse’ section at Silver level. The sessions will be delivered by a BHS stage 5 Performance Coach (BHSI) and a vet and will cost only £40.00 for all 4 sessions.
See the attached flyer for more details.
If you have any questions about these fantastic new awards, call Michele Carman, Head of Education Operations, The British Horse Society 02476 840539
For those of you who use Facebook here is the link to the Rutland Riding Club page.
Third Party Liability Insurance
Recent tightening of rules regarding insurance liability have prompted the following clarification. Membership of Rutland Riding Club, or other BRC affiliated Clubs, provides the rider with third party liability insurance in the unfortunate event of an accident occuring at a training event or competition (provided that they are complying with BRC rules such as hat rules). It is a requirement that all competitors have third party liabilty insurance at the time of entry to our competitions and non-members should be able to provide evidence of their insurnace.
Thursday 19th July 2018
Show Jumpimg Clinic with Peter Hales
Time: 6.00pm to 8.00pm (approx)
Venue: Home Farm, Ayston LE15 9BL
Contact: Sue Scott 01572 823345
Sunday 8th July 2018
Poles Clinic with Clare LLewellyn
Time: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm
Venue: Home Farm, Ayston LE15 9BL
Contact: Sue Scott 01572 823345 (by 2nd July )
We are pleased to announce on line entries through myridinglife for all future competitions.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL OUR TRAINING CLINICS ARE OPEN TO RUTLAND RIDING CLUB MEMBERS' ONLY UNLESS SPACE ALLOWS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING THE CLUB PLEASE SEE THE CONTACT US PAGE ON THE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS. WE WARMLY WELCOME ALL NEW MEMBERS.
Affiliated to British Riding Clubs
We are based in Rutland with around 100 senior members from a wide area stretching from Melton Mowbray to Peterborough, Stamford and Grantham. We run a busy programme of events each year with competitions in dressage, show jumping and combined training once a month and training is available in both disciplines for all abilities.
We also run Jumpcross and TREC clinics which have proved popular. These events take place at various venues in the area, mentioned above, as we are not based in any one particular place.
The club is affiliated to British Riding Clubs and falls within Area 16. We are regularly represented at Riding Club Area Competitions with teams and individuals in the very wide choice of disciplines available. This has enabled us to send members to the Championships in most years with notable successes.
We are always happy to welcome new members, whatever their riding capability. For our non-riding members we regularly run social events.
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