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BRC Hat & BP Update for 2018

No new hat standard
Some of you will be aware that there has been talk of a new hat standard that was due to be introduced next year – a new BS/EN1384 2017. We have been talking about this at our recent Area Visits and Club Training days. Late last week we were made aware that this standard will now not be introduced anytime in the near future, and as such, WILL NOT be added to our list of accepted standards for BRC activities.

Further details…
Despite the European nations voting almost unanimously for the approval of the new EN1384 2017, the EU Commission last week informed us that they are opposed to the harmonisation of the standard. Despite the standard being published across Europe, until it has been “harmonised” it cannot be used for the purposes of CE marking.

This decision has come out of the blue, having been given every indication that it would be harmonised. It remains as a published standard but without harmonisation it cannot be used by manufacturers for the purpose of CE marking. A meeting is being called in January in Brussels to discuss their objections and reason for refusal. We will know more after this meeting and it may well be that the hat standard is revised further to allow for harmonisation.

We had intended to include the standard in our rules for 2018 in the expectation that hats will enter the market in the next year. However, most manufacturers will now be waiting to manufacture to the new standard until after it has been harmonised. As far as we know, only one company has started manufacturing to the EN1384 2017 but it’s uncertain whether any have entered the UK market, and if so, they will not be Kitemarked anyway. BSI who are responsible for the Kitemark are holding off making any decision about Kitemarking this standard until the situation is clarified. It is thus highly unlikely, if not virtually impossible for hats to be Kitemarked to the EN1384 until this situation is resolved.

Hat Tagging
Hopefully you will have already seen the recent press release regarding hat tagging for 2018 onwards. BRC, BE and PC will be tagging with the same AQUA coloured tags for 2018. This means that each of the three member bodies will accept each other’s tag – thus reducing the need for separate tags for each organisation. New aqua tags will be sent to all BRC Official Stewards by the end of the year. The full press release follows:

British Eventing, British Riding Clubs and The Pony Club are delighted to announce that they have joined together to unify the hat standards across all three Member Bodies; resulting in a single hat tag being accepted across British Eventing, The Pony Club and British Riding Club events in 2018.

The new ‘aqua’ coloured hat tag will carry the logo of the body that checks the hat so that the source of the tagging can be tracked and will mean that riders no longer have to wear multiple tags on their hats.
The 2018 hat rules includes a small change to the AS/NZS 3838 standard for The Pony Club and British Eventing, both of which will now only be accepting from 2006 onwards.

All three bodies will use an aide memoire that will list the standards and quality assurance marks and will be used by officials.

British Eventing’s Chief Executive David Holmes said; “Safety in eventing, and all equestrian activity, is of the highest priority for us and an area that British Eventing has invested in extensively over many years. This universal hat tag system is a great step forward in improving rider safety across multiple Member Bodies, which is not only beneficial for risk management in the sport, but means a more clear and efficient process for riders, officials and volunteers.”

Head of British Riding Clubs Laura Sanger added; “We are delighted to be working with BE and the PC to promote the highest safety standards to all of our members. We are also pleased that this will reduce the burden on officials and volunteers across all three disciplines, as the need for multiple tags will no longer be necessary.”

Mary Tuckett the Pony Club Chairman confirmed that; “We are delighted to have come together with British Eventing and British Riding Clubs to introduce the universal hat tag system for 2018. Keeping our Members safe is always of great importance to us and the new ‘aqua’ tag will aid officials and volunteers with a clear and streamlined process that will help promote hat safety among riders.”

Body Protectors
Remember from 1 January, only BETA 2009 purple labels will be accepted. There is one exception tot his – Exo Body Cages are only compliant with BETA 2000 purple label, but they will continue to be allowed. See the attached guide for further information.

We have attached the 2018 hat and body protector guides for you – please feel free to disseminate these amongst your Clubs and add to your websites etc as required. New hat tags will be sent out to all Official Stewards before the end of the year, ready to start re-tagging at qualifiers form 1st January.

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Thank you letter

Please click here to read the thank you letter received by the club for the donation to the Air Ambulance.

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VOARC Celebrates 35 years

Great company, food & drink celebrating 35 years of VOARC.

Lovely to see some many old members & catching up!

 

 

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William Blane Weekend Clinic

William Blane Sunday 29th October and Sunday 19th November for a show jumping practice for members interested in the Area Combined Training & Area SJ.

10:30 and 11:30am groups. Groups of 4 for an hour

Cost £22 per person

Please contact Sharron or Milly to book your place

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Dressage Results 8th October

Here are the dressage results for our last dressage for this year.

Very well done to everyone who took part and thank you for supporting our events.

Please keep an eye out for next years dates.

VOARC Dressage 10/08/2017        
             
Time Rider Horse Score Col   Place
Class 1            
Intro A            
  Wendy Lewis Lofn 170 75 74% 1
  Sue Jones Blue 166 74 72.17% 2
  Kate Watts Bean 159.5 70 69.35% 3
  Gemma Sankey Jake 156 69 67.83% 4
  Jan Burke Mouse 155 68 67.39% 5
  Cerian Stokes Bertie Bassett 155 65 67.39% 6
             
             
Class 2            
Intro B            
  Amanda Lennox Timba 164.5 71 71.52% 1
  Gemma Lewis Blue 163.5 73 71.09% 2
  Wendy Lewis Lofn 163.5 71 71.09% 3
  Sarah Morris Patch 161 68 70% 4
  Sue Jones Blue 159.5 72 69.35% 5
  Gemma Lewis Summer 157.5 70 68.48%               6=
  Andy Fakley Sunny 157.5 70 68.48%               6=
  Gemma Sankey Jake 155 66 67.39%  
  Kate Watts Bean 154.5 68 67.17%  
  Jan Burke Mouse 151.5 65 65.87%  
  Rosie Bowers Paddy 150 66 65.22%  
             
             
             
Class 3            
P2            
  Gemma Lewis Summer 217 78 74.83% 1
  Cat Westran Darcie’s Law 212 76 73.10% 2
  Mo Hoar Mojo 207.5 76 71.55% 3
  Amanda Lennox Timba 200.5 70 69.14% 4
  Pat Wilcox Majical Sparkle 196.5 68 67.76% 5
  Kim Busby Northern oh so Lucky 194 68 66.90% 6
  Jane Allcoat Henry 193.5 66 66.72%  
  Sarah Morris Patch 188.5 65 65.00%  
  Izzy Hill Curra May 187.5 65 64.66%  
             
             
             
Class 4            
P 4            
  Mo Hoar Mojo 157 58 71.36% 1
  Kim Busby Northern oh so Lucky 154 57 70% 2
  Cat Westran Darcie’s Law 150 55 68.18% 3
  Izzy Hill Curra May 143.5 55 65.23% 4
  Pat Wilcox Majical Sparkle 142.5 51 64.77% 5
  Andy Fakley Sunny 138.5 51 62.95% 6
             
Class 5            
N 24            
  Lisa Bell Domino 182.5 64 70.19% 1
  Kate Loupart Clover Quest 182 64 70% 2
  Kirsty Andrews Daisy 181 64 69.62% 3
             
             
             
Class 6            
N27 / E42            
  Lisa Bell Domino (N) 207.5 62 73.75% 1
  Kate Loupart Clover Quest  (EL) 224.5 56 70.16% 2
  KirstyAndrews Daisy   (N) 193.5 56 69.11% 3
  Carol Clare Painted Sun   (N) 190 53 65.71% 4
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Celebrating 35 years

It does not seem 35 years ago that Penny Corbett, Trish Bishop and I sat at Penny’s kitchen table and talked through starting a riding club. Having decided to go ahead I received the paper work from The British Horse Society and got on with the business of our club becoming affiliated. Trish would be President, Penny Treasurer and I would be Secretary. I think it was Pat Parker who came up with the club’s name.

What we did in those days, was have weekly riding meetings at Ox House, Shobdon. Our members would arrive with their vehicles and park in the farm’s yard (often parking in the wrong place!) Each member had a time and a group that would suit either the horse or rider abilities. First hour started at 10.00 and usually we had 3 different groups.

We were lucky to have 3 good instructors William Blane, Sue Parker and Barbara Leach. Barbara taught me an insight to people and horses; Sue consolidated that insight and William taught me other stuff. It was the information that I gleaned from these three that enabled me to coach and take the Marin County Pony Club games team (gymkhana) to Northern California and Hawaii Regional Finals. We won and went on to the Championships in Culpepper, Virginia 1988 and 1989. These kids were young, oldest being 13 years old. The first year we had difficulty raising money to get the airfares to fly the kids to Culpepper. We could not take our ponies with us. Our host Pony Club kindly found ponies! Some of the ponies had not been ridden for years and one poor fellow was so old he creaked if he picked up a trot. Another problem with our borrowed ponies was – (at least there was a leg at each corner) but which way did the saddle go. A lot of our valuable practice time – getting to know our new ponies was spent with the clippers shearing off years of matted hair – so glad I had the workshop with VARC on clipping! My funny rag-tag team came in 7th out of 16 teams. The other teams came from the East Coast Pony Clubs and riding their own very smart, expensive games ponies.

The other notable thing to thank VARC for, was the local United States Olympic Equestrian Team hopeful asked me to help her with her show jumping. Susie’s voice “wait” was in my head as this lady usually took everything at top speed. William would have said “she will kill herself” on cross country. Barbara would have been OK with dressage “think you are sitting on a barrel and don’t squeeze”. My lady was short listed for reserve to the team!!

Early on VARC put on an area One Day Event. That was fun but a lot of work. Thanks to David Corbett who let me use the office so I could work out the timing and order of riders i.e. having to substitute original horses from the entries, changing riders etc. Checking through and double checking the timing and paperwork. I then made the skins to run off the programmes. There was no photocopying onto A4 paper in those days only that photostat paper, which came on a roll. Oh the printing ink – I remember it well! The One Day Event was well attended – don’t remember who was on the VARC team, but I think Sue Adams was one, and maybe Janie Turner. We finished the day exhausted but satisfied.

I read in the Hereford Times that VARC welcomed all old and new members to join in the 35 year celebration. I was at a Memorial last Saturday (for one of my residents) when I got poked in the back by Aggie Murch. She had been living in London and I did not know she was back in California. Does anyone remember her? She was over in UK with her husband (Walter) making a movie and she had bought the big bay gelding Ludi and had him stabled at William’s in Cobnash until she could get Ludi shipped to California. You can call her an old member – but, wait – I am an old member too!

Congratulations to all for keeping this wonderful institution going. Here’s to the next 35.
Rosie Barry

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Dressage Times for 8th October

Please find below dressage times for this coming Sunday 8/10/17

VOARC Dressage 08/10/2017
     
Time Rider Horse
Class 1    
Intro A    
10.00 a.m. Gemma Sankey Jake
10.06 a.m. Kate Watts Bean
10.13 a.m. Cerian Stokes Bertie Bassett
10.20 a.m. Sue Jones Blue
10.26 a.m. Jan Burke  
10.33 a.m. Wendy Lewis Lofn
10.40 a.m. Ann Williams Never the Less
     
Class 2    
Intro B    
11.00 a.m. Rosie Bowers Paddy
11.06 a.m. Sarah Morris Patch
11.13 a.m. Gemma Lewis Blue
11.20 a.m. Rosie Hamilton Rusty
11.26 a.m. Jan Burke  
11.33 a.m. Sue Jones Blue
11.40 a.m. Amanda Lennox Timba
11.46 a.m. Kate Watts Bean
11.53 a.m. Andy Fakley Sunny
12.00 p.m. Wendy Lewis Lofn
12.06 p.m. Gemma Sankey Jake
12.13 p.m. Gemma Lewis Summer
     
     
Class 3    
P2    
12.40 p.m. Mo Hoar Mojo
12.46 p.m. Pat Wilcox Majical Sparkle
12.53 p.m. Ann Williams Never the Less
1.00 p.m. Cat Westran Darcie’s Law
1.06 p.m. Izzy Hill Curra May
1.13 p.m. Sarah Morris Patch
1.20 p.m. Amanda Lennox Timba
1.26 p.m. Gemma Lewis Summer
1.33 p.m. Rosie Hamilton Rusty
1.40 p.m. Jane Allcoat Henry
     
Class 4    
P 4    
2.00 p.m. Andy Fakley Sunny
2.06 p.m. Mo Hoar Mojo
2.13 p.m. Cat Westran Darcie’s Law
2.20 p.m. Pat Wilcox Majical Sparkle
2.26 p.m. Izzy Hill Curra May
     
     
Class 5    
N 24    
2.40 p.m. Kate Loupart Clover Quest
2.46 p.m. Lisa Bell Domino
2.53 p.m. Kirsty Andrews Daisy
     
     
Class 6    
N27 / E42    
3.00 p.m. Carol Clare Painted Sun
3.06 p.m. Lisa Bell Domino
3.13 p.m. KirstyAndrews Daisy
3,20 p.m. Kate Loupart Clover Quest
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Mercian D2M Results

List of VOARC competitors Sarah Morris, Sam Holt, Rachel Davies, Ellie Davies, Sue Pugh, Sarah Layton, Sue Hewitt, Cherry Biddle, Lisa Bateman, Becky Pugh, Jenny Pudge, Jo Foster, Julia Parker, Jane Meredith, Kate Spitzmaul & Camilla Linton.

Thank u to all our Volunteers Carol Jackman, Janice Rees, Lisa Bell, Nicky Hill, Sharron Goode, Jane Allcoat, Cerian Stokes, Emma Jones, Rosemarie Yardley & Pat Wilcox.

Huge thank u to Gerry, Des & Carly King @ Kings Equestrian and to our Judges Jenny Creamer and Sue Duffy.

Great day for VOARC again.

VOARC Fillies – 4th – Sam Holt, Sue Hewitt & Julia Parker
VOARC Vixens – 5th – Sarah Morris, Becky Pugh & Camilla Linton 

Full results are listed below

Class  Class Time Bridle  Rider Horse Riding Club Team /   Artistic Total   Class Points
No.     Number       Individual   Score Score % Place  
                           
1 Intro  9.35 16 Yvonne Wall Masterclass County SSRC Sparrows T   67.00 135.50 75.27 1 1
  20 x 40 11.13 28 Harriet Turner Doris Bromyard Hawks T   68.00 129.50 71.94 2 2
    10.52 25 Karen Grant Sharnie Alvechurch Archers T   68.00 129.00 71.66 3 3
    10.59 26 Katie Morris Bramble Alvechurch Admirals T   66.00 126.00 70.00 4 4
    9.56 18 Heather Hamer Colfa David SSRC Swans T   66.00 125.50 69.72 5 5
    11.27 29 Jane Downham Gleaming Dynamite Malvern Queens T   63.50 124.00 69.72 6 6
    9.14 12 Sam Holt Archie VOARC Fillies T   64.50 124.00 68.88   7
    9.00 10 Sarah Layton Patchpiece Katie Anne   I   63.00 122.00 67.77    
    10.03 19 Ellie Davis Poppi Longstocking   I   63.50 120.50 66.94    
    10.31 23 Tracey Talbot Indian Braveheart CDRC 4 T   60.00 120.50 66.94   8
    11.20 13 Caroline King Delilah Bromyard Divas T   62.00 119.50 66.38   9
    9.42 17 Julie Weaver Brndinas Cadwaladr SSRC Swifts T   64.00 119.00 66.11   10
    10.38 24 Emily Bevan Centyfield Ophelia CDRC 5 T   64.00 119.00 66.11   11
    10.17 21 Stacy Partlett Darian CDRC 2 T   63.00 117.50 65.27   12
    9.07 11 Sue Pugh Marley VOARC Divas T   60.00 117.00 65.00   13
    10.10 20 Donna Partlett What A Wally   I   60.50 117.00 65.00    
    9.21 14 Sarah Morris Morlingcourt Pachanga VOARC Vixens T   57.00 114.50 63.61   14
    9.28 15 Rachel Davies Brockington Cherry Pippin VOARC Belles T   58.50 113.50 63.05   15
    10.24 22 Caroline Bevan Balgoed Neversaynever CDRC 3 T   53.00 99.50 55.27   16
    11.06 27 Kelly Page The Gentleman Alvechurch Arrows W/D            
                           
        JUDGE CHANGE                  
                           
2 Prelim 14.20 45 Cherry Biddle Maddie VOARC Divas T   65.50 129.50 71.94 1 1
  20 x 40 13.56 42 Anne Bliss Mr Harlequin Man Bromyard Hawks T   62.00 123.00 68.33 2 2
    12.32 50 Becky Pugh Nolton Monaco VOARC Vixens T   61.00 120.50 66.94 3 3
    14.52 49 Tania Fryer Prince   I   61.00 120.00 66.66 4  
    12.56 41 Louisa Shorney Tilly’s Twilight Star SSRC Swifts T   59.50 118.50 65.83 5 4
    12.00 32 Sue Hewitt Charlie VOARC Fillies T   59.00 118.50 65.83 6 5
    11.52 31 Liz Rowe Bentley   I   58.50 116.50 64.72    
    14.36 47 Sarah Stephenson Lliedi Susan Malvern Queens T   57.50 116.00 64.44   6
    13.32 40 Lin Turner Morecombe Bay CDRC 5 T   61.00 115.00 63.88   7
    12.16 34 Sarah Whinnett Thornton Alvechurch Admirals T   54.00 113.00 62.77   8
    13.40 38 Michelle Holder Woodland Jasper CDRC 3 T   58.00 112.00 62.22   9
    14.28 33 Lou Burns Simply Sunny SSRC Sparrows T   56.50 111.00 61.66   10
    14.04 43 Jo Foster Zsar VOARC Belles T   58.00 109.50 60.83   11
    12.24 35 Kathryn Smith Melody Alvechurch Archers T   57.50 109.00 60.55   12
    12.40 37 Chloe Donochie Blazing Sun CDRC 2 T   57.50 107.50 59.72   13
    11.44 30 Viv Bell Ashow Domingo Bromyard Divas T   54.50 107.00 59.44   14
    14.44 48 Hillary Benley Ruby Tuesday SSRC Swans T   56.50 106.00 58.88   15
    12.48 37 Amanda Purchas I’ll Ask O Jay CDRC 4 T   51.00 100.50 55.83   16
    13.48 36 Sally Branson Miss Ladybird   I   53.50 99.50 55.27    
    14.12 44 Lisa Bateman Lyndell Roscoe   I   49.00 93.50 51.94    
                           
                           
4 Pairs 15.10 29 Jane Downham Gleaming Dynamite   P   36.50 86.00 57.30 2  
  20 x 60   51 Katie Hawkeworth Mathild   P            
                           
    15.18 44 Lisa Bateman Lyndell Roscoe   P   41.00 101.50 67.70 1  
      42 Anne Bliss Mr Harlequin Man   P            
                           
                           
3 Novice 18.24 71 Camilla Linton Faerie Legacy VOARC Vixens T   73.00 140.50 78.05 1 1
  20 x 60 16.48 60 Natalie Canning Archfield Romeo SSRC Swifts T   70.00 135.00 75.00 2 2
    16.24 58 Julie Cork Romalac Golden Spirit SSRC Sparrows T   68.00 129.00 71.66 3 3
    17.28 65 Caroline King Fergus Bromyard Hawks T   63.50 125.50 69.72 4 4
    17.52 67 Julia Parker Piper III VOARC Fillies T   61.00 121.00 67.22 5 5
    17.44 66 Jenny Pudge Brinshope Sonnet   I   60.00 120.50 66.94 6  
    16.00 55 Jo Elliott Easton Grey CDRC 3 T   61.00 120.00 66.66   6
    15.50 54 Sian Evans Kiltale Alan CDRC 2 T   60.50 120.00 66.66   7
    15.34 52 Julie Jeffes Hederfield Joe Malvern Queens T   60.00 120.00 66.66   8
    18.00 68 Becky Pugh Orilla County VOARC Divas T   59.50 120.00 66.66   9
    17.20 64 Megan Hay Watermill Bromyard Divas T   60.00 119.50 66.38   10
    16.56 61 Amanda Shuker Abbie Alvechurch Archers T   60.00 119.00 66.11   11
    18.16 70 Kate Spitzmaul Lord Roflow VOARC Belles T   59.00 119.00 66.11   12
    17.04 62 Hilary Moses Friday Feeling Alvechurch Admirals T   59.00 116.00 64.44   13
    16.40 59 Lindsey Wake The Archer SSRC Swans T   58.00 114.00 63.33   14
    16.08 56 Lyn Williams Merioneth Rusleem Fly CDRC 4 T   56.50 110.50 61.38   15
    17.12 63 Wendy Ingram Silver Moth Alvechurch Arrows I   56.50 110.50 61.38    
    16.16 57 Arlene Mansell Made In China CDRC 5 T   55.50 108.00 60.00   16
    15.42 53 TBC     W/D            
    18.08 69 Jane Meredith Duke IV VOARC Chicks W/D            
                           
                           
5 Elementary 18.40 72 Lou Burns Gambi   I            
  20 x 60                        
                           
                           
                           
Class  Class Time Bridle  Rider Horse Riding Club Individual  Team Team        
No.     Number       Points Total Place        
                           
        Sue Pugh Marley VOARC Divas 13 23 7th        
        Cherry Biddle Maddie VOARC Divas 1            
        Becky Pugh Orilla County VOARC Divas 9            
                           
        Sam Holt Archie VOARC Fillies 7 17 4th        
        Sue Hewitt Charlie VOARC Fillies 5            
        Julia Parker Piper III VOARC Fillies 5            
                           
        Sarah Morris Morlingcourt Pachanga VOARC Vixens 14 18 5th        
        Becky Pugh Nolton Monaco VOARC Vixens 3            
        Camilla Linton Faerie Legacy VOARC Vixens 1            
                           
        Rachel Davies Brockington Cherry Pippin VOARC Belles 15 38 15th        
        Jo Foster Zsar VOARC Belles 11            
        Kate Spitzmaul Lord Roflow VOARC Belles 12            
                           
        Yvonne Wall Masterclass County SSRC Sparrows 1 14 2nd        
        Lou Burns Simply Sunny SSRC Sparrows 10            
        Julie Cork Romalac Golden Spirit SSRC Sparrows 3            
                           
        Julie Weaver Brndinas Cadwaladr SSRC Swifts 10 16 3rd        
        Louisa Shorney Tilly’s Twilight Star SSRC Swifts 4            
        Natalie Canning Archfield Romeo SSRC Swifts 2            
                           
        Heather Hamer Colfa David SSRC Swans 5 34 12=        
        Hillary Benley Ruby Tuesday SSRC Swans 15            
        Lindsey Wake The Archer SSRC Swans 14            
                           
        Jane Downham Gleaming Dynamite Malvern Queens 6 20 6th        
        Sarah Stephenson Lliedi Susan Malvern Queens 6            
        Julie Jeffes Hederfield Joe Malvern Queens 8            
                           
        Stacy Partlett Darian CDRC 2 12 32 11th        
        Chloe Donochie Blazing Sun CDRC 2 13            
        Sian Evans Kiltale Alan CDRC 2 7            
                           
        Caroline Bevan Neversaynever CDRC 3 16 31 10th        
        Michelle Holder Woodland Jasper CDRC 3 9            
        Jo Elliott Easton Grey CDRC 3 6            
                           
        Tracey Talbot Indian Braveheart CDRC 4 8 39 16th        
        Amanda Purchas I’ll Ask O Jay CDRC 4 16            
        Lyn Williams Rusleem Fly CDRC 4 15            
                           
        Emily Bevan Ophelia CDRC 5 11 34 12=        
        Lin Turner Morecombe Bay CDRC 5 7            
        Arlene Mansell Made In China CDRC 5 16            
                           
        Karen Grant Sharnie Alvechurch Archers 3 26 9th        
        Kathryn Smith Melody Alvechurch Archers 12            
        Amanda Shuker Abbie Alvechurch Archers 11            
                           
        Katie Morris Bramble Alvechurch Admirals 4 25 8th        
        Sarah Whinnett Thornton Alvechurch Admirals 8            
        Hilary Moses Friday Feeling Alvechurch Admirals 13            
                           
        Harriet Turner Doris Bromyard Hawks 2 8 1st        
        Anne Bliss Mr Harlequin Man Bromyard Hawks 2            
        Caroline King Fergus Bromyard Hawks 4            
                           
        Caroline King Delilah Bromyard Divas 10 34 12th=        
        Viv Bell Ashow Domingo Bromyard Divas 14            
        Megan Hay Watermill Bromyard Divas 10            
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Mercian ODE 28th August Results

Mercian ODE 28th August 

Fab day @ the Mercian ODE today. Ace XC is a fantastic venue.
4th 70 team – Kat Hughes, Deb Probert, Vicky Collett & Vicki Pearce
6th 70 team – Sue Hewitt, Jan Howells, Kate Spitzmaul & Camilla Linton
5th 80 team – Jess Powell, Becky Pugh, Izzy Hill & Sarah Connop

Sue- 4th, Jess- 5th and Vicky- 6th in their individual sections.

Well done all!
Plus a big thank u to Emma Jones, John Hewitt and Jo Hughes for fence judging

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2:30 pm William Blane master coach FBHS ... @ Lucton School
William Blane master coach FBHS ... @ Lucton School
Feb 7 @ 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
William Blane master coach FBHS Clinics at Lucton School Whether you are just starting out on your journey with horses, want to develop your career, or need some help to progress to competing at a[...]
Feb
10
Sat
10:30 am William Blane master coach FBHS ... @ Lucton School
William Blane master coach FBHS ... @ Lucton School
Feb 10 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
William Blane master coach FBHS Clinics at Lucton School Whether you are just starting out on your journey with horses, want to develop your career, or need some help to progress to competing at a[...]