Diary Dates

 25 February   Indoor Show Jumping at BCA  Approximate  times will be posted on our Facebook page during the day 

18 March       Dengie Show Jumping and Dressage Finals at Addington

2 June           Horse Trials on the Hambleden Estate

9 June           Team Showjumping and Area Regional Qualifier, Middlegrove Farm

23 June          Area Showjumping Addington

1 July             Area Dressage Middlegrove Farm

22 July           Area Eventing Offchurch Bury


Approximate times for...

Class 3 70cm will be 10-45 Class 4 80 cm 12.25 Class 5 90cm 2.30pm and Class 6 1 metre more...

SOHS off to the Champs!

Wishing the very best of luck to the following who are going to represent the branch at more...

Area Dressage July 2nd

Dear Parents and members Another great day for SOHS yesterday at the Area Dressage more...

3 70cm 10.45am 4 80cm 12.25pm 5 90cm 2.30 pm

Times class 1 & 2


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The senior showjumping saw an unequivocal victory for High Wycombe, who averted a jump-off when they followed up a faultless qualifier with another clean sheet in the championship. Lothians were second on four faults, with East Cheshire one pole behind on eight. It was an intermediate championship debut for the team of Jane Adderley (The Bandmaster’s Melody); Zoe Furnell-Brennan (Lord Soley) and mother-and-daughter Pauline Salisbury (Cloud Nine) and Karen Salisbury (Tri-Zone Tango). “We had a fantastic qualifier with a different fourth member, who was doing the dressage here instead,” said Jane. “To not have a single fence down between us in the qualifier or here is unbelievable.” Pauline was riding her 12-year-old Irish draught, who was originally bought as a three-year-old to sell on. “He was 15hh when I got him but he kept growing,” she said. “He’s a proper all-rounder and a lovely horse to own - you can pick him up and put him down and he’s no problem.” Daughter Karen’s quality 17.2hh tri-coloured mare was previously a novice eventer before switching to a less-pressured career. “I’ve had her for four years and every question I’ve asked of her, she’s answered. You can put her too far off or in too deep and she still manages to pick up, she’s so honest,” said Karen.