Sunday October 21, 2018
Show Jumping (inc. Training)

AREA SHOWJUMPING 2018 – July 27th/28th 2018

Friday July 27th

OPEN:

Grace Plowman – Fernville Max

INTERMEDIATE:

Team

Rosie Ormandy – Athlone Leah

Robert Saunders – Woodlands Bongo

Daisy Wheeler – Up With the Lark

Adam Egginton – Katoscann

Individual:

Georgie Ormandy – Knockmurray Hill

Saturday July 28th

NOVICE:

Croome Brown:

Holly Wylde – Knightsford High Life

Emily Cooper – Balcormo Bently

Jess Byrd – Mo Chroi of Kilmeague

Holly Scrafton – Indian Leaf

Croome Blue:

Lottie Suckling – Cumulus Cancan

Emma Righton – Johnny Depp

Lydia Cooper – Rodney

Georgine Kilmister – Ruby Royale

REGIONALS:

Croome 

Connie Farrell – Tigger

Georgie Driver – Suzy2Shoes

Kaitlin Byrd – Stanley

Lottie Wilkinson – Goldie’s Dream

Individual:  Natacha Blankenship – Sellernane Nora

70/75 cms Class:

Perdy Cottrill – Carrowbaun Lad

Hannah Darby – Supersonic

 

PLEASE make sure you have provision for plenty of water for the horses and for the children. Shirtsleeves may be worn as long as they are over the shoulder but bring jackets just in case. There is a turnout competition so please be spick and span.

Parking is unlikely to be in Area Groups so if you want to park with a friend time your arrivals accordingly! There is a garage just where you turn off the A417 where you could loiter and meet up! Also please be advised that we have been specifically asked to share lifts where at all possible

 

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)

Email: julieam12@aol.com

Assistant: Lizzie Ogle (07732 367059)

Email: smileurhappy@yahoo.co.uk

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.