Well what a weekend – not only did we have the Burghley Horse Trials on our doorstep, but we had some fab competitors who went along to the BRC National Champs in Lincoln – and what a day they had.
Our senior team (Claire Ludeks, Debbie Robinson, Shayni Caffell and Jo Meikle) only went and clinched second place in the 80cm show-jumping, with Claire also being placed 2nd individually.
Nikki Webb who had won the Area qualifier with the only double clear round in the 90cm class, achieved a pretty decent score of 4 faults over a tough and big course.
Claire Marcus and Debbie Robinson were also dancing in the pairs dressage – and managed a creditable 12th place.
How proud are we.
Well done girls
How delighted are we that our dressage pair Debbie Robinson and Claire Marcus, were placed 1st in the Area 7 Dressage Qualifier competition on Sat 15th July at Earith. They are now off to the Lincoln Championships in September and flying the WARC flag.
Well done ladies and many congratulations from us all
New regulations come into force on January 1st 2016 regarding riding hat standards for anyone competing in BRC competitions. Anyone wishing to compete as an individual or team member representing WARC at Area qualifiers and national championships, will need to ensure their hat meets this new standard. For club activities and competitions we strongly recommend you check your hat and replace if necessary.
CANCELLED DUE TO YELLOW WEATHER WARNING WITH WINDS GUSTING UP TO 50MPH
A course of two phases the first being show jumps and the second mobile cross-country styled jumps with second part timed. All will jump against the clock immediately after their first round, even with faults unless eliminated.
Course builder - Tom Fray.
Starting at 10am with 65cm clear round.
Full schedule here AE Oct 2017
MINI COMPETITION WITH COURSE WALK ENTRY
Saturday 28th October 2017 – from 12.30pm
This date have been arranged to encourage riders who do not feel yet ready or comfortable competing at the usual JumpCross Competition Series. The competition element is much more low key and the course comprises around 10 fences over the JumpCross course at a maximum height of 2’0 (the joker option willl be slightly higher as is usual in the competition series). The round will be judged and timed and prizes in kind are offered.
The format of the day is that all riders are offered the opportunity to have a course walk with Emily Cullum prior to the ...