Arena eventing BRC area qualifier, 6th Feb at Kelsall Equestrian Team & individual classes 70, 80, 90 & 100 Please enter on HM by close 10th Jan Note your horse needs to have had a flu vaccination within 6 months and you need to have paid your 2021 SDRC Membership. This event has been cancelled due to Covid restrictions.
|Class 1 – Intro B||%||Placing||Collective|
|Class 2 – Prelim 2||%||Placing|
|Steph Jones||Castle Side Dawn||69.83%||1|
|Emma Parry||Moonlit Tempest||66.72%||3|
|Thea Roberts||Three No Trumps||65.52%||4|
|Catherine Prichard||Ronnie the Connie||61.90%||6|
|Class 3 – Prelim 7||%||Placing||Collective|
|Sarah Warner||Gortfadda Future||71.14%||1|
|Steph Jones||Castle Side Dawn||66.59%||2|
|Jordan Jones||Kelshamore Buddy||65.68%||3||66|
|Class 4 – Novice 24||%||Placing|
|Sarah Warner||Gortfadda Future||66.30%||1|
|Becky Warburton||Foxcourt For Keeps||64.35%||2|
|Andrea Parrish||Muschamp Pour La||44.13%||6|
|Class 5 – Novice 27||%||Placing|
|Hannah Chappell||Exan Van De||71.79%||1|
|Emma Johnson||Refuse to Mambo||70.18%||3|
|Becky Warburton||Foxcourt For Keeps||61.96%||5|
|Class 6 – Elementary 53||%||Placing|
|Hannah Chappell||Exan Van De||68.53%||1|
|Tracy Johnson||Captain Raphael||66.18%||2|
|Emma Johnson||Refuse to Mambo||65.88%||3|
|Carol Hughes||Larken Down||62.06%||4|
|Class 7 – Medium||%||Placing|
|Pippa Geddes||The Doc||66.72%||1|
|Rebecca Mogg||Harlton’s Marvella||64.14%||2|
|Tracy Johnson||Captain Raphael||62.41%||3|
|Louise Challenger||Penhaligon Romeo||61.90%||4|
If you wish to take part view the attached flyer. Closing date for entries is Tuesday 10th Nov
SATURDAY 14TH NOVEMBER AT WALFORD COLLEGE
Come and join the fun at our next Show Jumping competition, open to members and non-members. Pre-entry required for ALL classes including clear round.
Entries on Horse Monkey. Closing date 6pm on Tuesday 10th November.
All competitors will be expected to follow strict Covid-19 guidelines which will be communicated prior to the event.
Commencing at 10.00am
Clear Round Jumping (max height of fences 50cm)
£7.00 per round/ £10.00 for non SDRC members
Classes to follow
Class 1: 60cm
Class 2: 70cm
Class 3: 80cm
Class 4: 90cm
Class 5: 1m
All classes will be single phase (straight into the jump off section)
Classes £9.00/ £12.00 for non SDRC members
Normal RC rules apply. It is a club rule that correct headgear is worn i.e. complying with the 2016 BRC recommendations. Riders will be expected to take responsibility for this. For non BRC members it is recommended that you have personal third party insurance.
If you wish to participate in either of these qualifiers read the following flyer and contact Carol
Horse Monkey is now taking entries for the Novice Winter Show Jumping Qualifier which will be held on Sunday 22nd November at Southview Equestrian centre.
£23.00 entry fee and all entries must be with my by 11pm on Tuesday 27th October at the very latest.
When searching for the event on HM, put the date and SDRC as the venue into the filter. Please ensure that you also complete the additional questions as I will need this information for the declaration sheets. If you have already entered but didn’t supply this information then please send it via e-mail (horse’s passport name and number, microchip number, if registered BS their name and points, date of most recent flu vac and your membership number).
All classes have team and individual sections. I will do my best to accommodate everyone into a team however this really depends on the number of entries.70cm (Junior and Senior classes) 0 BS points permitted80cm (Junior and Senior classes) 75 BS points permitted80cm OPEN (Junior and Senior mixed)
I will also need to send one helper per team in order for us to be able to compete so if you are yet to do your help day and are available then please let me know. Thank you!
The following message was provided by Peter Booth (Area 20 )-” It has been pointed out that Wales is not moving to Microchips for horses till February, please advise your members that Microchips are compulsory at all BRC events from October regardless of where they reside.”
I hope you are coping in these difficult and strange times and that you and your family are safe and well. The committee has met (virtually), and we trying to consider primarily what support your club can offer you and your horse whilst the lockdown is in place and our activities are suspended. We will continue to communicate updates from national bodies on our FB page with advice and guidance.
At a local level, we have devised the attached form which you may want to use, just in case. We are conscious that should you fall ill, need to self isolate or be in hospital, knowing that someone can care for your horse may reduce anxiety levels. The form simply outlines key information someone may need to look after your horse. I suggest you keep a copy at your yard and that you give a copy to someone who can look after your horses if necessary. If you don’t have someone in mind that can help, please let a member of the committee know and send us the form, and we will try to liaise with another local member to help you.
Hopefully you will not need to use this information.
Please feel free to contact any of the committee if you have any thoughts or comments on how we can support you.
Lel Benyon(Chair SDRC)
Attached Form Members horse routine details April 2020