Monday June 26, 2017
QHPC Results

You will find most results and reports under the relevant Sport tab but our Champion successes are reported below

2017 NEWS

Mary Neale competed at the Grafton Hunt PC hunter trial competition over the Easter weekend and was the only QHPC entry in the last class of the day: 90-1m.  The course flowed beautifully and placings were awarded based clears with the fastest time over four ‘fences’ then onto being timed through a gate.   Mary won her class by several seconds. She was awarded a lovely rosette and a prize which was a photograph.

Well done Mary!



Congratulations to Kieran Harby for coming 1st at the National Triathlon Championships  

Well done to our other competitors, William Mann and Molly Tarris


2016 PC Championship news

Great performances by our members at Bishop Burton (Tetrathlon Championships) and Cholmondley (National Championships)

Kieran Harby produced a fantastic performance to finish a close 2nd in the Senior Boys competition at Bishop Burton against some very tough opposition, and the Junior Girls team all performed well. See report

Championship report

20160821_180959 (2)

Molly with her Championship rosette




At Cholmondley, our Intermediate Dressage team rode excellent tests against opposition from all over the country, with Molly Brown achieving a wonderful 6th place rosette.

Alix Davis entered the Dressage to Music Open Competition (the biggest entry of the day and a very high standard) and Lizzie Best entered the Dressage to Music Intermediate Competition coming 8th.


Great news from Area Dressage – Sunday 3 July

The QHPC Intermediate dressage team, Violet Barton, Lizzie Best, Molly Brown & India Keates-Robinson, won their class at Thoresby Park today, with Molly placed 1st individually in her arena. In the Novice class, Lauren Ulyett won her arena.  

HUGE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GIRLS, who have worked really hard to achieve a brilliant standard – you can see from the photo below how happy they were with their success – a trip to the Pony Club National Championships at Cholmondley Castle on 21 August.



A team represented The Quorn Hunt Pony Club at the 2016 Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials in the Pony Club Team Show Jumping 1m Competition on Sunday 15th May.

All four riders went into the Chatsworth Arena and jumped in order – Cleo Loizzo, Molly Brown, Chota McDonnell & Hannah Spray. Hannah jumped a super clear over a tricky track and the team finished on a score of 12 – with all the team jumping well.

There was a total of 12 teams with just one team finishing on a team score of 0 and the Quorn Team finished in the rosettes in 5th place.


  Team Show Jumping hosted by the Rufford Pony Club April 30th at Arena UK 


Chota McDonnell , Cleo Loizzo  Mia Law and Charlotte Neild represented our club in the 90cm. There were 20 teams entered. The girls ended on a team score of 4. Chota and Cleo jumped clear and Mia and Charlotte both ended on 4. Fantastic team result with the girls finishing in 2nd place and an individual 3rd place for Cleo. Well done girls. Thank you Chota for being team captain.

1.05cm Small Open

Hannah Spray represented The Quorn in this class she competed as an individual and was also the fourth member for The South Notts Hares the team finished in 3rd. Hannah jumped a double clear and set a time that couldn’t be beaten and was placed 1st individually. Well done Hannah. Lots of ringside support by other members of The Quorn big thank you from Hannah.

Kate Willett

The Quorn Hunt Pony Club had three members competing at the championships on April 2nd, Aimee Asher, Lily Walker and Hannah Spray and what a lovely day we all had. The sun shone for us and the venue was fabulous.

Lily had a fantastic double clear in the warm up class, being only just out of the rosettes in the placings, in a big class of 60.

Lily and Hannah both had a very unlucky four faults in the Winter League class, very unusual for both of them, however both brilliantly ridden.

Aimee went clear in the first round and went through to the jump off along with 38 others. She was 82nd (out of 85) to jump in the running order and ended up being the last but one to jump in the jump off, the pressure was on!

Aimee and Millie had a fantastic round up to the last fence but in the effort of trying to take that last stride out, Millie took the last fence down. Very fast 4 faults but sadly just out of the rosettes in 11th place.

We were all proud to represent our pony club at this prestigious event, all three girls and their ponies were immaculately turned out and had done brilliantly to get there as we took the top three places from our area qualifiers.

Aimee would like to thank Lily, Tracy, Hannah and Kate for staying to support her in the jump off, it meant a great deal to her.   ( Tracey Asher.)

Super results for QHPC at the Dengie SJ second rounds Area 6 Dengie Qualifier 2nd rounds 19.03.16

Meynell Team and Individual Show Jumping  28th March 2016 90cm and 1m Report



2015 Area and Championships QHPC Summary

Triathlon Brooke England qualified for the National Triathlon Championships, minimus class, and finished 10/51

Area Mounted Games – 31 May at Newark Showground. Team –Ellie Crabtree, Iola Chapman, Annie Frew, Ellie King. 2nd in TO, 4th in competition

Area Tetrathlon 4/5 July Victoria Sercombe qualified in Open Girls class, Jade England qualified in the Junior Girls class

 Area Eventing 25/26 July @ Buckminster – Intermediate team – Rose Murfitt, Lizzie Best, Eva Carrier, Lily Sturmey. Rose 4th, Eva 3rd. 2 Novice teams, Emily Wilkins, Violet Barton, Hannah Spray, Lily Walker, Hannah 3rd, Georgia Holt, Lily Packe-Drury-Lowe, Katie Wilkins, Molly Brown, Molly 4th, and 1 novice individual, Ellen Machin

Area Show Jumping 1 August @ Derby College EC– Intermediate Joy Rushton, Novice 2 teams, Harriet Reading, Lily Walker, Hannah Spray, Molly Brown, team finished on zero and after jump off were 2nd and qualified for champs, plus won BTO, & Violet Barton, Aimee Asher, Connie Walker, Mary Neale, team 4th. Hannah was placed 1st in whole novice competition. Under 13s, Amy and Eve Baxter, Amy 3rd, TO 2nd

 Area Dressage 4 August @ Thoresby Park, Intermediate team Molly Brown, Lizzie Best, Alix Davis, India Keates-Robinson, Molly 6th, Lizzie 7th. Novice team Violet Barton, Esme Jones, Ellen Machin, Joy Rushton, Violet 5th, Esme 8th.

Tetrathlon Championships 14-16 August at Bishop Burton, Jade England (Juniors) and Victoria Sercombe (Open) both put in strong performances

National Championships 21-25 August at Cholmondley in Cheshire. Our Novice SJ team gave fantastic performance and won the National Novice Championship

Burghley Team Show Jumping 3 September. Our team at the Burghley Horse Trials Pony Club Show Jumping competition was Aimee Asher, Laura Hedger, Ellen Machin, Victoria Sercombe, second in Best Turnout

National Novice SJ Champions – Violet Barton, Molly Brown, Hannah Spray, Lily Walker


 2015 Pony Club Championships 

QHPC Novice Show Jumping Team win at the Pony Club National Championships


On Saturday 21 August the QHPC Novice SJ Team competed at the National Championships at Cholmondley Castle in Cheshire.

40 teams (160 riders) from all over the UK and Ireland competed over 2 rounds. Both courses proved challenging, but Molly, Violet, Lily and Hannah swept aside all competition to become the best team in the country.


What a fantastic performance. The team finished both taxing rounds on a total of only 4 faults, with double clears for Lily and Hannah.

They were immaculately turned out and all rode beautifully and were presented with a magnificent trophy



Well done to the QHPC Junior Team for their sterling effort in the inter hunt relay competition at the annual Festival of Hunting (22/7/15), finishing 5th out of 32 teams. 

Pictured left to right are Violet Barton, Jo Hewitt, Harriet Reading and Mary Neale

FOH 22_7_15



2014 Pony Club Championships


Sunday 17/8 – 2nd place for Lucy (on the right of the photo) in the Intermediate Eventing
Monday 18/8 – Great clear XC round from Izzy and good dressage. Good dressage and SJ from Eva.
Friday 15/8 Lizzie jumped 1 round, but then withdrew as Tom was not feeling quite right.
Our Intermediate dressage team excelled, finishing 4th (the 4th best team in the country) with Lucy winning her section and Alix coming 4th.
Lucy went into the ride-off, and finished 6th in this.
Lizzie                Rose                Lucy                Alix
 Lizzie                Alix                Rose                Lucy
Saturday 16/8 – SJ not so successful. Double clear from Lizzie and clear 2nd round from Harriet.
Alix followed yesterday’s success with 10th place in the Dressage to Music, despite the music stopping soon after she started.