Thursday June 24, 2021
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Members News 2021

 

Members News 2020

24/10/20 – B Test passes

Molly Tarris and Katy Arnold passed their full B test and Alyssa Westin-Hardy passed the Care part of the test.

Well done girls!

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National Schools Equestrian Association Eventers Challenge Championship at Hickstead, 27/08/20

A wonderful day at Hickstead yesterday for QHPC members, Liv,Jade & Brooke. They qualified for the Eventers Challenge National Championship 100cm class at Hickstead by winning the qualifier back in November, with a team of 3 only (same rules as pony club, teams of 3-4, with top 3 scores to count), where all three girls were clear. In the qualifier, Liv was closest to the optimum time, and also qualified as an individual. The Championship was postponed to yesterday, so the long trek to Hickstead was made, again just with the three team members which meant no discard scores. A cleverly built and very technical course meant lots of issues – three teams eliminated, and only 3 riders in the individual section went clear. Liv Crawley delivered a flawless double clear 3/10ths of a second from the optimum time and proved unbeatable, becoming the Individual National Champion. Jade followed with a clear, and just one unlucky pole for Brooke, all three fast and close to optimum time, securing a team win as well, and the team taking the National Champions title. Lots of lovely feedback from the organisers about how well they rode, especially when the course had had so many problems. Great for our open girls tetrathlon team to be competing, and absolutely showed that all the tetrathlon experience of technical cross country fences pays off!

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In April, Equestrian Life magazine launched a writing competition for Pony Club Members, with a host of wonderful prizes to be won. There were over 450 entries, and the results have been announced, with two QHPC members winning prizes.

Eva Henton-Young won the 11 and under class and Toby Duncombe won a prize in this class.