Interclub Dressage - Capall RC v Gransha RC
We had a fantastic night at our first Interclub dressage competition. Many thanks to Gransha RC for coming and taking part, great fun was had by all. Massive thanks to Judge Vanda Robinson for all your positive feedback and to scribe Jim. Thanks to all who organised the night and to all helpers who made the night run so smoothly, without you it just would not be possible to run such nights. Well done to all riders and horses who were perfectly turned out for the occasion. Congratulations to Capall team 'The Half Past Its' for winning the Prelim section and to team Gransha 'The Half Pass-ables' for winning the Novice Section.
Here's hoping we have many more Interclub nights!!!
The Half Past Its - Sylvia Henry - Homegrown Relax; Rosemary Paterson - Homegrown Maddox; Laura Buckley - Mr Tea; Alison Hillen - Hollybrook Galaxy; Lyndsay McAleer - Citalpha Casper
The Zero Point Sevens - Sharon Regan - Clover; Kashia McMillen - Sapphire; Phoebe Beaumont - Rocha; Ruth Lyness - Amber; Sharon Getty - Merlot
The Half Pass-ables- Jacky Reid - Springvale Prince; Stephen Murphy - Bailie's Best of Three; Suzanne Hill - Scooby; Sarah Brashaw - Arabian Knight; Ciara Gilroy - Blu
Let's Piaffin' You - Louise McFarlane - VSH Zulora; Lorna Glendinning - LR Clancey; Karen Jeffrey - Junior; Julie Moore - Indy Pop; Emily Morris - Florida Bud
Best Turned Out
Gransha - Sarah Brashaw
Capall - Louise McFarlane
NIRC Training Show - 18 February 2017
The NI Riding Clubs’ Show Jumping Championships are being held this year on Sunday 5th March at Portmore Equestrian Centre, Aghalee. Both the team competitions and the individual competitions will be held that day.
We do not have the entry forms as yet but, if you are interested in going, keep the date in your diary.
In preparation, NI Liaison Committee has organised a Show Jumping Training Show at Portmore EC on Saturday 18th February 9.30am – 4.00pm. Entries are to be pre-paid as Liaison need to know if it is feasible to run the day. Once that is confirmed, entries will also be taken on the day.
If you are intending to do the SJ Championships this is a great opportunity to have a go around Portmore in advance.
Details as follows: -
Classes 60cm – 1.10m for both junior and senior members
Horses and ponies may compete in up to three classes
As this is a training show you will be allowed to jump both rounds regardless of faults with the exception of a fall of rider or horse.
Help will be available for riders having problems
All hats must be tagged with an orange tag – there will be tagging on the day
Entry fee £10 per class – pre paid entries but entries will also be taken on the day