Thursday November 26, 2015
Show Jumping (inc. Training)



Izzy Lole, Georgie Ormandy, Sophie Rushton


Phoebe Lole, Emily Turner, Reuben Walker, Daisy Wheeler


Lucy Caldicott, Meg Barstow, Katie Caldicott, Eve Egginton,

Lucy Boorman, Maisie Slight, Robert Saunders, Emma Righton

Bill Bishop, Erin Hobbs, Rosie Ormandy, Amy Price


Elsa Bishop, Eddie Egginton, Faye Grubb, Holly Wylde

Hattie Gill

The schedule is available on the Area 9 website with full details of the location – Any questions please contact Julie Mannion


What is Show Jumping

Show Jumping takes place both indoors and outdoors and can be enjoyed all year round. The courses are made up of coloured fences which can be easily knocked down if they are hit. Competitors will get faults if they knock a fence down, stop at a fence (refuse) or run around a fence (run out). If you manage to jump a clear round, you will go through to the jump-off. This is a shortened course which you have to jump as fast as you can as it is timed. The winner of a course is the horse and rider with the least faults and the fastest time in the jump-off.

How Do I Start?

Most Pony Club rallies usually include jumping, so this is a good place to see if you like it. Your Branch or Centre might hold a variety of competitions throughout the year which will include Show Jumping. When you feel confident enough, you can try your first Show Jumping Competition.

Show-jumping Manager: Julie Mannion (07775 595035)


Assistant: Lizzie Ogle (07732 367059)


Please let Julie Mannion or Lizzie Ogle know if you want to enter any show-jumping shows where there are team classes.

Schedules are on the Schedules page.