2014 In-hand and Showing show at Horlands Farm

Thank you to all the Committee, voluntary helpers and judges for all your hard work  at the In-Hand and Showing Show, to all the competitors who have supported us so far this year, and especially to Mr Richard Russell and Claudine Russell for allowing us to use their beautiful venue for our shows this year.  Congratulations to Andrew Kingsley and The Longhouse Little Star, the NWBARC Showing Show Triple Challenge Champion, and to Claire Battle and Nala, the Reserve Champion.

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AGM 2014

Our AGM was held on 30th January 2014, and the current committee reelected for another year.   The formal part of the meeting was followed by an interesting and informative talk by Michael De Cozar from Bell Equine. IMG_6719


Shows in 2013

The club will be running two open shows at Fox Pitt this summer, with a change in schedule from past years.

Showing show 2012

On 30th June, our first event combined the previous Jumping and 14-years-and-under shows into one Fun Show for all.  Classes included jumping, “Have a go” at Dressage and TREC, and a range of different showing classes, some of which included advice and guidance to help improve your showing performance.

On 28th July we will hold our highly successful In-hand and Showing show, with a wide variety of in-hand and ridden classes.

The 2013 Full Schedule includes full details, and is also available in local tack shops.


AGM 2013

The NWBARC AGM was held on 31st January 2013, 8pm at the Bull PH, East Farleigh.  Following the report and accounts the existing committee were re-elected en bloc for another year.

Karen Coumbe of Bell Equine then showed us behind the scenes of the equestrian events at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, and illustrated the roles of the large number of vets, assistants, and specialists involved.  Bell Equine was one of the three main clinics selected by LOCOG to handle any casualties, but fortunately the clinic services were never needed.