A chance to bid for Lessons with Olympic riders, and other fabulous prizes in a charity auction organised by Hickstead’s Daisy Bunn.
Hurry as auction ends on the 10th December 2014!
Hickstead Director Daisy Bunn has organised a special Christmas carol concert and charity auction to raise money in aid of research into NPDH (New Persistent Daily Headache), a cause very close to her heart.
William Whitaker and Fandango win Stuttgart World Cup Qualifier
The Union Flag was flying in Stuttgart when William Whitaker from Huddersfield secured a brilliant win with the 11 year-old dark bay gelding Fandango to win the World Cup qualifier on 23rd November 2014.
It was a field of just over 30 starters that came forward to contest the fifth leg of the World Cup series in which the winner not only picked up a Mercedes Benz but also some all-important league points. The 1.60m course built by course designer Luc Musette claimed many victims with just ten of the original riders jumping clear in the first round and qualifying for the jump off.
Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2014/2015 – Round 4, Verona, Sunday 9th November 2014
Report by: Louise Parkes
Allen makes his mark with spectacular win at Longines leg in Verona
He’s only 19 years old, but Ireland’s Bertram Allen is taking the Jumping world by storm and today reigned supreme in his first-ever Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping Western European League qualifier at Verona in Italy. Riding the 10-year-old grey mare, Molly Malone, with which he has secured phenomenal successes this year including victory in the Grand Prix at Dublin and 7th place individually at the World Equestrian Games, he beat a world-class field with a devastating turn of speed when second-last to go in this afternoon’s 10-horse jump-off.
Medals galore for British riders at The Mark Todd Collection AIEC-SRNC GB
The Mark Todd Collection AIEC Student Riding Nations Cup (SRNC) Great Britain, took place at Wellington Riding in Hampshire from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th August 2014.
Great Britain’s student riders are celebrating after netting a host of medals at their home Student Riding Nations Cup (SRNC).
The team of three, made up of Hector Payne, Lottie Kennedy and Rory Newton-Dunn, took on riders from across the world at the three-day dressage and showjumping competition.
GB Jumping team announced for World Equestrian Games
British Showjumping has announced the UK Sport National Lottery funded Great Britain squad to contest the FEI Alltech World Equestrian Games 2014, which takes place in Normandy, France (23 August – 7 September, with the jumping competition taking place 1-7 September 2014 in Caen).
Guy Williams was confident from start to finish that he was going to win the Bunn Leisure Speed Derby on Casper De Muze. He has only had the 12-year-old since Christmas, but quickly formed a successful partnership winning eight out of nine classes on the Sunshine Tour. Guy said: “I had a feeling he was going to win. The aim has always been the Speed Derby and I had to keep the brake on yesterday. My main worry was Belinka, who was last to go, as I used to ride her (she is now ridden by Richard Howley) and I know she is fast.”