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Show Jumping Rallies and Training sessions run all year round both on surface and on grass. We are lucky to have access to some wonderful facilities such as Apley Arena, Kingswood & Berriewood and also have a number of local venues running competitions throughout the year.

There are opportunities to compete at Local, Regional and National levels from poles on the floor up to 1m+ so is a great sport to get involved in from a young age.

What is Show Jumping?

Show Jumping is where a horse and rider combination are tested over a course of colourful obstacles, known as fences, which can be easily knocked down if they are hit. The goal is to complete the course in the fastest time without getting any faults. Faults are gained when a fence is knocked down, the horse stops at a fence (refuse) or the horse runs around a fence (run out). Show Jumping can take place both indoors and outdoors, so is perfect to enjoy all year round.

How do I Get Involved?

Pony Club Show Jumping competitions are organised at a number of different levels:

  • Branch / Centre Competitions – Friendly competitions organised by Branches or Centres for their own members and surrounding Branch & Centre members. These competitions can start with poles on the floor up to 1m+
  • Area Competitions – 70cm+
  • Regional Championships – 70cm+
  • National Championships – 90cm+

More information about Show Jumping along with details of key competitions & events can be found here SHOW JUMPING on the Pony Club Website.

To view the latest Eventing rule book please click here 2024 ShowJumping Rule Book



The Wheaties had a fabulous day at the final West Warwickshire PC Show Jumping Winter Series Competition today.

Izzy Hopkins came 4th in the poles, 3rd in the 30cm & an overall 3rd in both classes in the whole winter series!
Ruby Abbiss rode a brilliant clear with her first time at 70cm, just missing out of a placings.
Erin Abbiss rode a super fast clear in the 80cm, placing 2nd.
Agatha Liddle brought home a fabulous 1st in the 80cm and became the winter series 80cm champion.
Well done girls, you were all amazing and did us proud 🖤💛🖤💛


What a great day we had with a fantastic set of results:

60cm: Ruby fab clear, individual 8th, 1st in a mixed team

70cm: Holly fab round, unlucky poles, individual 14th, 2nd in a mixed team


Millie-Jane fab clear, Individual 1st

Agatha fab clear, individual 4th

Holly fab round, unlucky pole, individual 12th

Erin fab round, unlucky sat nav error! Individual 16th

Katie fab round, unlucky pole, individual 20th

With a brilliant team 2nd for Millie- Jane, Katie, Erin and Agatha

90cm: Katie fab round, unlucky poles, individual 14th, 4th in a mixed team

Brilliant day, marvellous company, fabulous ponies, magnificent children and super riding!


Florence Cantrill and Issy Hopkins took part in their first SJ competition for the branch. Both girls were amazing with Issy picking up a 5th in the poles & 3rd in the 30cm. Florence achieved a fab 3rd in the poles and was very brave after taking a tumble in the 30cm getting back on and finishing the course beautifully.
In the 80cm we had 4 members out representing the branch, Holly & Brandy, Izzy & Mac, Agatha & Smartie, Millie-Jane & Twiggy. Holly with her new pony rode a lovley round just out of the placings, Izzy came 6th, Agatha 2nd & Millie-Jane 1st with the tightest turn we have ever seen!
Amazing job everyone a great day xx


A brilliant day and a great set of results:

30cm clear round and individual 1st and mixed team 1st for George Maxwell – Ralph.

60cm clear round and individual 7th and mixed team 5th for Ruby Abbiss.

70cm clear round and individual 1st for Agatha Liddle, 11th for Millie- Jane Gardner, 12th for Erin Abbiss, 25th for Rupert Maxwell- Ralph with a fab team 3rd.

80cm clear round and individual 2nd for Agatha Liddle, clear round and individual 7th for Rupert Maxwell – Ralph, 12th for Millie- Jane Gardner, 16th for Katie Sands with a fab team 1st.

90cm individual 10th for Natalie Brick, 12th for Katie Sands, 15th for Zara Sands and a fab team 4th.

Super proud of you all, an amazing team spirit and brilliant riding by everyone


What a fantastic achievement for Katie Sands and Agatha Liddle to compete at The Barrier Animal Health Spring Festival National Championships in the 80cm Show Jumping competition. They both rode absolutely brilliantly.

Both girls had fab clear rounds with super times, in the warm up competition. Agatha finished 9th and Katie 27th. Then in the main competition Katie picked up a few unlucky points and Agatha went clear, so she went into a super speedy jump off. Their final placings out of 105 competitors were Agatha 27th and Katie 88th.

It was a fabulous day, the girls and their horses were fantastic and such a pleasure to be with, well done x