NWPC SHOW JUMPING SHOW 2022 – updated 3-Oct-2022

Our annual show is back on the Calendar!  After a couple years break with Covid we are running our popular show at Solihull RC on October 16th.
We would love to see you there competing and if not competing then helping.  There are classes from 30cm through to 100cm, so something for everyone.
The schedule can be found in the link below.  Entries this year are through EntryMaster and should be open by the weekend.
We will be needing collecting ring stewards and pole pickers so if you can spare a couple of hours please contact Catherine Hicks on  catherinehicks3@hotmail.co.uk

Showjumping Area 7 Results! 90cm-100cm

Team third today for Lilli , Reese , Ellie and Harriet today in the 90cm today
And an amazing Individual 1st for Harriet again for the 2nd (or is it 3rd?) year running! πŸ₯³
The other 90cm team of Archie, Joanna and Thalia won the tack and turnout !
Well done everyone, the 100’s rode a tough course and sadly not placed but all jumped really well.
It’s been a long and successful day so big thanks and well done to all riders but a special big thanks to Liz Grindal who has not only been there since first thing but also been actively involved with all the team organisation and constantly on the end of of a whassap message from the team managers !
Also big thanks to Claire for being team coach today! Massively appreciated by all .
That’s areas over for another year, I think it will take us till next year to recover

Showjumping Area 7 Results! 80cm

Congratulations πŸ₯³ πŸŽ‰πŸ‘πŸ» to our PC80 riders today at the Area 7 sj. They had a fabulous day with 4 individuals qualifying for Regional Champs 🀩
Individual qualification and results:
1st place πŸ₯‡Sammy Borland & Mallow (treble clear)
4th place πŸ… Ruby Hicks & Dolly (treble clear)
6th place πŸ… Sam Anne Grindal & Mellow (treble clear)
Ronan took qualification down the line with paddy with a double clear.
Team Oaks (Ruby Dolly) , Sammy (Mallow), Lola (Prince) & Sammy (Spider) finished on 12 faults in 10th place also taking 3rd in tack & turnout which was fabulous 🧼🧽 🚿
HUGE well done to you all & everyone who jumped today – great horseman, team spirit and maturity shown by all, NWPC are very proud of you all!
Thank you to Anne Grindal, Louise Claire & most of all Liz Grindal for all of your assistance and commitment to support and help our riders today. 12 hr days are tough – Thank you πŸ€©πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ˜Š

Showjumping Area 7 Results! 50cm-70cm

5 teams went to the area SJ to contest the new 50, 60 and 70 challenge classes, and 5 teams completed!!! I couldn’t be more proud of them all for the way they rode, supported each other, and pulled together as teams through what really was a VERY long day! πŸ₯°
NWPC Buttons kicked off with Darcey, Isla, Austin and Sophie in the 50, with the team finishing 5th, and Austin taking 5th individually as well.
NWPC Smarties and Skittles churned out 6 clear rounds! Our Smarties Myla, Larni, Ava and Sophie finished 3rd with Larni 9th individually, and Skittles Eleanor, Isla and Darcey hot on their heels in 4th! Top job girls!
Next up the 70s… NWPC Jelly Beans, with all combinations being at their first ever Areas and being relatively inexperienced at this level, jumped 3 clears and just 4 faults in round 1, and all gave round 2 their absolute best shot. Couldn’t be more proud of them all.
Finally NWPC Minstrels, Sam, Lola, Freddie and Austin made it through the first two rounds with 3 clears per round, then another 3 in the jump off between them, WINNING the 70 team competition!!! Individually Sam also finished 6th, and Freddie 10th. Super long day for these guys who I suspect haven’t long been home! Absolutely amazing effort and teamwork!!! 🀩
Big thanks to all our supportive parents, coaches, the many wonderful ponies we have in NWPC, and to Liz who was on site all day from 8 till 8 and supported each and every team at all levels! Looking forward to next year when the 70s will be a qualifier!

Tetrathlon Area 7 Results!


Joanna and Ronan qualified here for the nationals, but we heard earlier this week that Austin has been selected to represent the new stepping stones competition at the champs. He will be part of a team of eight for the central region, of which only two come from Area 7 and against really stiff competition. Well done Austin!


Fitzwilliam Pony Club – Mini ODE and Open ODE – 18 and 19 June

Schedules attached for our two events taking place across the weekend of 18 and 19 June at Home Farm, Alconbury.
On 18 June we are holding our Mini ODE with classes up to 65 cm SJ/60 XC all in an enclosed area.   Lead rein/assisted options available in some classes.   Schedule below – all entries in advance via Horse Events
On 19 June we are holding our ODE with classes starting at PC70 over a shortened course up to PC100
Again all entries are in advance via Horse Events.

A Branch of The Pony Club