After a great jumping clinic with David Sheerin yesterday, Wellington Riding Club had a good rosette haul with a 2nd in the 60cms, 2nd, 3rd and 4th in the 70cms and a 1st and 3rd in the 80cms at Snowball!
Following our 'Save the Date' post we are delighted to confirm that WRC have secured, a very much in demand lady and her balls, Nicky Clarke from Ride with Balls. Our schedule will be 2 x Unmounted Franklin Method Sessions, 1 x Demonstration with 3 Riders, 2019 Quadrille Team Demo, Buffet, AGM, Prize Giving and 2020 Revelations. Please do book your space to assist with catering. Go to the online booking section (same as clinic books) for more information.
WRC are delighted to confirm that Wellington Riding has reopened its gates to outside equines. Our Members and Committee wish to express their heart felt condolences to those, within the equine world, who have lost their beloved horses in recent weeks. Our thanks for their speedy and open approach which, without doubt, allowed the equine world, as a whole, to come together to stem the further spread of this terrible EHV-1 virus. Thanks to our members who, without question,
Please take note of this new requirement from British Showjumping for any horse/pony who has been on site at Crofton Manor since 20th December 2019. Following the recent outbreak of EHV-1 it is a now requirement that any horse or pony that has been on site at Crofton Manor, Hampshire since the 20th December 2019 is required to have a negative swab and blood test before competing at any British Showjumping show or organised event.Once the test result has been received please n
Due to advice from their vets (Berkshire Equine), Wellington Riding Centre have been advised to take the decision to close their Centre to outside equines. “To help prevent the spread of this virus we will be closing our centre to outside equines until further notice. We have our own horses and ponies as well as liveries onsite who have to date not been in contact - we wish to protect & support equine community with tackling this virus”. We will update you here with further i
Another lovely day at Parwood - today was the turn of Wellington Diamonds team who all jumped great rounds - including clear rounds from all four combinations in the timed second round - finishing in fourth place out of fifteen teams and missing the top 3 by a very small margin. Well done to everyone who competed this weekend and look forward to seeing you all at the events we have coming up in the next few months!
There have been a lot of questions and confusion around the new BS whip rule so hopefully this will help. Also be aware and careful as we’ve heard that a number of well known brands are stating the bats are BS legal when they are not.
What a great way to kick off 2020 with three teams jumping at Parwood. Some great rounds of jumping and we believe that the Wellington Hearts team finished in 3rd place but will hopefully get confirmation tomorrow. Lovely to see some new faces as well as many of our regular team members and hope you all enjoyed the day! We go ago tomorrow with one more team.