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CONTENTS

WHEN IS BRITISH DRESSAGE OUT NEXT? Issue two: 4 March Issue three: 17 April Issue four: 30 May

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Daniel Greenwood, who is based at Lady Inchcape’s home in the Cotswolds

National Convention host Carl Hester with Chloe Vell and Kaja Di Valentina, one of the combinations that took part in this unique event

NEWS AND REGULARS

SCHEDULES

FEATURES

5 From the editor Barbara Young looks forward to an action-packed year ahead 7 Bits & Pieces BD sponsors announced for 20ı3, BD chairman nominations invited, young talent to benefit from AASE scheme 8 Simon Says Columnist Simon Laurens looks ahead to some important para-equestrian dates in this year’s calendar 10 Sponsors’ Spotlight Rosie Naylor BVetMed MVetMed DipACVIM MRCVS from the Royal Veterinary College discusses the latest research into muscle metabolism 12 In pictures Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage from Olympia 54 BD Action Key updates from British Dressage 56 Regional Activity Check out the latest action in your area 106 Dressage Days: Penny Smith, chairman of the British Dressage Supporters Club, talks about her passion for the sport

59 Venue listings 68 Schedules in detail 94 Forthcoming calendar

14 On the road to big tour Leslie Bliss meets Daniel Greenwood, one of the country’s most prolific competitors 20 Star stallion: Bolero Carole Mortimer discusses one of the most important Hanoverian stallions 22 Fit for the job: Carole Mortimer looks at cross-training for dressage horses 28 New training series On the forehand: Jane Kidd looks at some of the most common test riding problems 34 Gold standard: Nicky Moffatt reports from the 20ı2 National Convention 41 Deals on wheels: Jane Carley looks at the options of affordable transport 46 Competition: Could you be the new face of Dressage Deluxe? 49 All-weather arena solutions Read our buyer’s guide to what’s on the market

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Ruth Edge and Shadowfax enjoy regular hacking as part of their fitness routine

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KEY DATES

20-24 February North West Winter Regional Myerscough College, Lancs

23-27 February Southern Winter Regional Merrist Wood, Surrey 28 February to 4 March Eastern Winter Regional Patchetts, Herts 1–3 March Scottish Winter Regional Rowallan, Ayrshire 6–10 March Premier League Myerscough College, Lancs 11 March Trainers Forum Keysoe, Beds 16–17 March Keysoe U25 High Profile Show Beds 20 March Judges Convention Bury Farm, Bucks

Welcome to our first issue of 2013, which is packed with must-read features that we hope will both inspire and inform as we count down to another exciting year of events in our busy sporting calendar. After all the heady excitement in 20ı2, topped off with our golden Olympic and Paralympic heroes gaining much deserved recognition in the New Year’s Honours List, and this magazine winning the PPA’s Independent Publisher Awards’ Consumer Magazine of the Year, how are we going to top that? The best bit about diving head-on into a new year is the opportunity to turn the page and begin a new chapter without being able to predict what adventures and surprises lie ahead. Anticipation can be strangely addictive! One rider hoping for their share of big-time success this year is Dan Greenwood, who, with nearly 500 BD results, must be one of the country’s most productive competitors. We caught up with Dan at Lady Inchcape’s beautiful Cotswold yard where he is based to find out about his plans (page ı4). Training is the main focus of this issue, starting with our full coverage of Carl Hester’s unmissable National Convention (page 34), which, not surprisingly, was a sell-out within days of the dates being announced. As we all know, Carl is a master of enticing the best out of any horse, encouraging them to express themselves and work in harmony with their rider. “Training horses is all about teaching them the importance of self-carriage, the willingness to work forward and getting the horse to want to do it for the rider without force,” he explained. GET IN TOUCH

We also kick off our new training series, Judges’ viewpoint (page 28), which looks at how to interpret some of the typical judges’ comments found on test sheets. In this issue, list ı judge, author and British team selector Jane Kidd discusses the common problem of horses falling onto their forehand. Clear and concise as always, Jane offers some typical words of wisdom on the subject: “The all-important remedy is to engage the horse more so he transfers the weight towards the hindquarters,” she says. “This is difficult if the horse is ‘built on the forehand’ and the good trainer will always work within the limits set by the horse’s conformation, movement and attitude. “Trying to force a horse to do what nature has made very difficult for him is not what dressage is about. “In such cases the rider has to be satisfied with slower progress and ceilings to the level achieved, but there is still lots of fun to be had in improving what is possible.” Having fun while also maintaining dressage fitness is central to all our riding, but never more so than those of us who can experience the enjoyment of testing our arena training in wide open spaces. Ruth Edge, Michael Eilberg and Gareth Hughes are just three of our top riders who believe that regular hacking is essential to helping keep dressage horses fit, as they explain in Carole Mortimer’s fascinating equine fitness feature on page 22. So there you have it… we hope we’ve served up some essential tools to help everyone, whatever level you’re competing at, prepare for the coming season. Here’s wishing you all lots of success and enjoyment… see you next time!

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TRAINERS’ DIARY DATE

Don’t miss the BD Trainers Forum, which takes place on 11 March at The College EC, Beds. Expert panel to be announced. Ticket prices: £15 for coaches holding a UKCC qualification, £20 for everyone else. For more information, contact Erica Attwood 024 76 698833 or email Erica.Attwood@britishdressage.co.uk

BDSC NATIONAL JUDGES CONVENTION

This year British Dressage has welcomed four new sponsors who join its loyal stable of companies that have shown their support for the sport over many years. Charles Owen is the new sponsor of the winter advanced medium championships, while Fairfax takes on the summer prix st georges sponsorship, Saracen Horse Feeds the intermediate I and Visualise the summer prelim sponsorship. These four companies join the many established names who are longterm sponsors: “I am fortunate to work with many companies for whom BD sponsorship is an integral part of their marketing,” says BD sponsorship manager Maggie Jackman. “Many have enjoyed a long association with BD sponsorships, including Shearwater Insurance, which is entering its 15th year, and Dodson & Horrell, which is entering its 13th year.” Sam Horrell, marketing director at Dodson & Horrell, says: “Dodson & Horrell is proud to support the British Dressage Novice Open and Restricted Championships for another year. We are committed to investing in novice riders and the BD series provides an excellent platform for such riders to compete at national level.” Vanessa Fairfax of Fairfax (pictured above) says: “We are delighted to be able to contribute to the sport and be involved with competitors who can truly benefit from the performance gains provided by our girths and saddles.”

Leading British FEI 5* judges Andrew Gardner and Isobel Wessels (pictured below) are the hosts of the 2013 BDSC National Judges Convention at Bury Farm EC, Bucks, on Wednesday 20 March, 10am-4pm. Andrew and Isobel will explore the challenges of encouraging less experienced riders, regardless of the type and scope of their horses, while also demonstrating how to recognise and reward work that deserves marks that are good or even better. They will work through from novice to grand prix level, focusing on the way of going, in particular the relationship between impulsion and submission. The day will be very relevant to judges on every list, including trainees, trainers and riders. A variety of types and capabilities of horses will be used throughout the levels. Book your tickets (priced: £20 listed judges, £25 trainee judges and all others) online via the BD shop or contact Erica Attwood 024 76 698833, or send a cheque made payable to British Dressage to: Erica Attwood, British Dressage, Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, Warks CV8 2RJ.

ELECTION FOR NEW CHAIRMAN Jennie Loriston-Clarke completes her two terms as BD chairman in September, so we’re starting the process of finding a replacement now to give you as much time as possible to find the right candidates. As a key figure, the chairman’s role demands leadership, vision and passion. The sport’s future has never looked so exciting and a strong leader will help fulfil its potential. If this sounds like someone you know, complete a nomination. Nominations from members (other than associates) open in March and details of the role and nomination process are now online at www.britishdressage.co.uk. Voting takes place July to September, with the new chairman announced at the AGM on Thursday 19 September at the BD National Championships.

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The highly successfu to Equestr l AASE pro ian from gramme 2013! comes The Advanced Apprenticeshi p in Sporting Excelle nce (AASE) has been hugely successful in developing and preparing talented young athletes (age 16-19) who have a real chance of excelling in their sport and competing on the international stage.

British Dressage has been working with British Eventing and Hartpury College to develop a new equestrian apprenticeship scheme (Advanced Apprenticeship in Sporting Excellence). This programme is designed for young, talented riders who are hoping to ride internationally, and aims to support your training and competing while providing the opportunity to gain a background in all aspects of being an elite rider. The AASE course, which begins in September 2013, can be delivered full-time to students at Hartpury College, or studied from home with regular support or alongside A-levels at your local school or college. The Hartpury programme offers a high-quality training environment, with modern, well-equipped facilities and the benefits of conditioning experts, physiotherapists, nutritionists and mentors. The scheme will be offered across three disciplines: dressage, eventing and para-dressage. The minimum requirement for riders is five GCSE grades at C or above. You will also have to meet specific criteria set by either British Eventing or British Dressage, depending on your discipline. Those selected will have aspirations to compete internationally and will be guided throughout. For dressage, riders should be competing consistently at medium level and above, and achieving 65% or more. (Applicants should have a minimum of four results at the level required in the 12 months prior to application.) Riders will also be considered on younger horses (up to seven years of age), who demonstrate the potential to compete successfully at international level and are already competing consistently at elementary or above, and achieving 70% or more. Freestyle scores do not count towards minimum criteria. In para-equestrian dressage, riders must have a current classification and should be consistently scoring 62% in their relevant grade at BD para-dressage competitions. Freestyle scores cannot be counted. For more information, visit www.hartpury.ac.uk or contact the AASE coordinator 01452 702245, email: jennifer.mellows@hartpury.ac.uk. In association

LOOKING AHEAD TO 2013 Here we are in 2013 and after such a massive year it is actually quite a relief to have some down time, but this will not last for long, as we still have a busy year ahead. There has definitely been an increase in para riders coming forward since the success of London 2012, with the number of riders now over the 200 mark. This may not sound like many, but compared to the rest of the world, this is huge. The sport is growing and pushing ever onwards, which shows just how much more disability sport has grown and has a much higher profile than it did in past years. Probably the most significant change this year would be the change in FEI tests. I was excited to see the grade IIIs will now ride in a 20m x 60m arena at I AM ALMOST last. I am almost tempted to dust off my boots, TEMPTED TO DUST although I am not sure Derek [Ocean Diamond] OFF MY BOOTS, would be so thrilled; he seems to have taken ALTHOUGH I AM NOT nicely to his semi-retirement in the Cotswolds. SURE DEREK WOULD Although the FEI tests are fundamentally BE SO THRILLED the same, I am pleased that the transition mark will come more into play, putting more emphasis on good riding, something we all like to see. Although the new tests came into play from 1 January and can be downloaded from the FEI website, we will not be seeing them till 1 April, as we have already started winter qualifiers and it would be a little crazy to change tests halfway through. There have also been a few more rule changes, which can be found in the BD rule book. DIARY DATES A few dates to pop in your diary for this year 10 March RDA judges’ course, kindly held this year at South Bucks RDA. 16-17 March Festival of Para Dressage (Restricted Winter Championships and Talent Development) Vale View, Leics. 10-14 April Para Winter Championships, Hartpury College (most of the para classes are likely to be on Wednesday, but check schedules). 31 May-2 June Para Home International, Vale View, Leics, so need to get those sorted; would be great to see a team from each region this year. 20-22 June Para Equestrian Summer Championships, Hickstead. 3-5 July Hartpury CPEDI3*. 12-14 July RDA National Championships, Hartpury. 18-21 July Bishop Burton CPEDI2*/1*/Y/J Inc, plus National Para Judges Seminar. 20 September KBIS National Championships at BD National Championships. Regional training is also taking place, so please get in touch with your Para Rep or RDO to find out more. Our reps can only work proactively if the riders get behind them!

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NEW SCOTTISH TALENT DEVELOPMENT SERIES

The Scottish region, in partnership with The Pony Club in Scotland, held the final of a successful pilot Talent Development series, with four well-supported qualifiers held at venues across Scotland, including sections for pony, junior and young riders. Groups of four underwent short training sessions with BYRDS assessors, before demonstrating their test-riding skills. The two highest-scoring riders from each section then went forward to the final to compete for valuable training grants, and the opportunity to receive training with BD Scotland BYRDS development group trainer Charlie Hutton. The final, judged by Helen Griffiths and Harry Payne, was held at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre in October. Chairman of The Pony Club Cherry Michell, who presented the awards, said: “This is a wonderful opportunity for our young riders, and the format works really well. I’m looking forward to coming back again next year.” The Scottish region has now submitted a bid to Horsescotland for funding to enable the series to continue for a further four years. Eight qualifiers will be offered in 2013, covering all areas.


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ALL ACTION OLYMPIA

A new grand prix world record and top-class action at this year’s Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ at Olympia topped off a memorable year for British dressage 1

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6 On top of the world: Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro (with groom Alan Davies), winners of the fifth leg of the Reem Acra FEI World Cup™ Dressage series, with a freestyle score of 87.950% 7 Ninth in the freestyle: Nikki Crisp and her 15-year-old Pasoa score 72.950% 8 Crowd pleasers: Edward Gal and 11-year-old Glock’s Undercover finish in eighth place in the freestyle on 74.050% 9 Olympia debutantes: Hannah Biggs and her 13-year-old Hanoverian stallion Weltzin finish 15th in the freestyle on 68.450% 10 Festive fun: Sweden’s Minna Telde and her stallion Santana, fourth in the freestyle with 77.050%

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I INTERVIEW

On the road to big tour Everything is starting to fall into place for Daniel Greenwood, one of the country’s most prolific competitors, and his grand prix ambition is within sight. LESLIE BLISS finds out more PHOTOGR APHY BY LESLIE BLISS ABOVE: One for the future: Dan and Romano Stromboli,

fifth in the four-year-old section of the Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse Championship last year ABOVE RIGHT: Dan enjoys his busy teaching schedule: “I get a kick out of helping other people” OPPOSITE: Dan is based at list 1 judge Lady Inchcape’s home in the Cotswolds

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If I won the Lottery, I would carry on with my life as I am, keep a horse at Carl’s and have a hunter at home

With nearly 500 results on his British Dressage competition record, 37-yearold Daniel Greenwood must be one of the country’s most active and productive competitors. It is therefore surprising to find out that he has won just three national titles, but, like so many professional riders and trainers, making a living has always had to take priority. “I have trained a lot of horses to advanced medium or small tour level, then have had to sell them or no longer had the ride for whatever reason,” he explains. However, Dan believes it is finally time to focus on his competition career and has been beavering away, building up his string. “Now is the right time for me to break into big tour level. I’m at a point that I have to make time to have training myself as I have horses good enough to go grand prix.”

Dan has to balance this with coaching about 60 riders, holding clinics one or two days per week. He teaches event riders up to four-star level, young riders up to championship level, as well as other clients up to small tour. He splits his day into ıı slots, using about eight for riding and the remaining ones for teaching: “The two – riding and teaching – go so well together; your teaching helps your riding and I get a kick out of helping other people.” Based at list ı judge Lady Inchcape’s home near Moretonin-Marsh, Dan sits in his Cotswold cottage, recollecting his career so far. His CV is impressive thanks to meeting the right people at the right time, but it is clear that he has made his own luck. THE EARLY YEARS Born in Rochdale, Dan first came into contact with horses after the family moved to Hebden Bridge


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INTERVIEW in Yorkshire: “I was about eight or nine when our junior school teacher took us for riding lessons once a week as part of an afterschool club.” Despite coming from a totally non-horsey background – his parents are restaurateurs, his brother an engineer – he loaned ponies and was a member of the Ryburn Valley branch of The Pony Club, enjoying “a bit of everything”, except hunting. “That area is all moorland and steep, heavily wooded valleys, so not suitable for hunting. If I won the Lottery, I would carry on with my life as I am, as well as keep a horse at Carl’s [Hester, his trainer for the past five years] and have a hunter at home. I like the idea of getting on a horse and not having to worry about where the head and neck ought to be, to bomb about the countryside, the way we did as kids, especially as we now live in the middle of the Heythrop country,” he digresses. His parents agreed to let him follow his heart on one condition: “The deal was that I had to get a ‘proper education’, like my brother, so I went to Brackenhurst Agricultural College in Nottinghamshire and did a combined two-year BHS AI and A-level course.” This was when he first met Cherry Elvin, a lecturer, who has been a big influence in his life and is still very much part of it as they co-own the KWPN UK dressage foal champion, His Highness. “Cherry arranged a college trip to various top German yards. These included the Olympic training centre at Warendorf, the Rehbeins’ yard and Hof Kasselmann. Huge doors were opened to us that week. I always enjoyed flatwork, but that was when I decided I wanted to do dressage and train in Germany. I ended up speaking to Ullrich Kasselmann and asked: ‘If someone was interested in working here, how would they go about it?’.” WORKING IN GERMANY Straight after finishing his course, Dan was on his way to Germany, where he spent the next two

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1989 Brackenhurst Agricultural College, combined BHS AI and A-level course 1991 Starts work at Hof Kasselmann in Germany 1993 Becomes groom at Emile Faurie’s yard 2001 Wins first national title, the novice open, riding La Primavera years, preparing youngsters for the world-famous PSI auctions. The daily routine was not for the faint-hearted: “We mucked out ı5 every day, then would work ı5 to ı8 young horses, either lunge them, work them in-hand, ride or loose school. It was good fun and experience, being able to watch 200 horses in work at different stages of training.” After two years, Dan was ready to move to a competition yard, as he wanted to see the process through to grand prix. Again, Cherry turned out to be instrumental.

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2003 Sets up on own as rider and trainer, based with Lady Inchcape 2003 Wins second national title, at advanced medium level, riding Quick 2011 Wins third national title, the elementary open, riding GF Deville

“She put me in touch with her trainer, Emile Faurie, who by coincidence had also worked at Kasselmann’s,” says Dan. It was fortuitous timing as ı993 was the year Emile and Virtu won team silver and individual bronze at the European Championships. Dan started work for Emile as a groom and worked his way up to become his top rider. “I won my first national title on a horse Emile generously bought for me to compete, La Primavera. At this point, I started teaching and I also moved in with my partner, Jamie Reynolds.

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INTERVIEW Current horses ANGELO VI, an eight-year-old 16.1hh Dutch-bred gelding by Scandic, owned by Lisa Price LENNOX, a 10-year-old 17.2hh German-bred gelding by Londonderry, owned by Clare Poole ROMANO STROMBOLI, a five-year-old 17.1hh British-bred gelding by Sir Donnerhall, owned by Dan Greenwood and Jamie Reynolds VAL RUBILAH, a seven-yearold 16.3hh Dutch-bred gelding by Rubilo, owned by Jane McWilliam WOODWARD, a nine-year-old 16.3hh German-bred gelding by Weltmeyer, owned by Dan Greenwood and Jamie Reynolds ALVA GLEN, a 10-year-old 16.1hh British-bred part-Arab mare by Amerigo Vespucci, the last foal to be bred at Broadstone Stud, owned by Liz Walkinshaw GF DEVILLE, an eight-year-old 16.2hh British-bred stallion by Dimaggio, owned by Glossoms Farm Stud

I don’t need competition success to make my career valid, but being competitive Some ı8 years at grand prix level on, Dan describes would be the icing Jamie as his “righton the cake hand man, cook, PA, he runs my diary, the yard, everything”. In 2003, Dan made another big decision: “It was time to go it alone, to stand on my own two feet and make my own mistakes.” At this juncture, Dan had another lucky break: “I rang Lady Inchcape to ask to have lessons with Henk van Bergen [for whom she hosted clinics at the time]. She ended up offering me her yard and a house to rent. Establishing my own business all went smoothly and was incredibly easy. I landed on my feet, partly because we have a big network of friends in this area, mainly thanks to Jamie, and

that is what you need when you are setting up.” Within a few months of moving in, Dan won his second national title, the advanced medium, riding Lady Inchcape’s Quick. That was ı0 years and two yards ago. Dan struggles to find the right words to describe just how much she has contributed to his success: “Yes, she is my landlady, but so, so much more. She has been amazing, she gave me her grand prix horse Santa Cruz to compete, she is my judge at home, a friend…” The current set-up has yet to be completed, but already has two stable blocks housing 22 horses, as well as an indoor and outdoor arena. They are hoping to double

the number of paddocks to six, as well as build an all-weather turnout pen, all manned by two full-time and two part-time staff. Their plan is finally coming together. Dan and Jamie have been busy investing in young stock over the past six years and all the hard graft is finally bearing fruit. Woodward, known as ‘Woody’, was the first horse Dan ever owned and he is now competing him at advanced medium level. Dan says: “Now the business is secure, it is time to break through; everything is in place. I feel lucky to be where I am and don’t need competition success to make my career valid, but being competitive at grand prix level would be the icing on the cake.”

Dan with French bulldog Beetle and whippet Cricket

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Bolero’s

Thoroughbred legacy

BERND EYLERS

CAROLE MORTIMER looks at how the Thoroughbred bloodlines of Bolero, one of the most important Hanoverian foundation stallions, inf luenced a generation of winners Although he had a relatively short life, Bolero became an important sire in the history of the Hanoverian, as he is the founder of what was a new Hanoverian ‘B-line’. Bolero was a product of the move to refine the Hanoverian through the use of Thoroughbred blood during the ı970s. His sire was the English Thoroughbred Black Sky, who was exported to Germany in ı972 as a six-yearold and stood at private stud alongside another English Thoroughbred, Cardinal, who proved to be a popular refiner in Hanover. Black Sky, by the Djebe son Blast, was out of Madrilene by the Fair Trial son Court Martial – a line found in many sport horses today. She proved an influential Thoroughbred dam. Her four offspring produced six stallion sons, including the leading sire High Top, and she is also the maternal great-grand dam of former leading National Hunt sire Old Vic. It is recorded that Black Sky produced ‘nice riding horses, but with little jumping ability’. Bolero’s dam, Baronesse, was a half-bred Hanoverian who was also by an imported English Thoroughbred – Bleep (Pinza-Hyperion). Her dam, Atlastaube, an old-fashioned Hanoverian, was by Athos, known as a broodmare sire of dressage horses. Atlastaube also produced Atlanta, the dam of the Celle State Stud stallion Grenadier, who became an important sire. Bolero was one of several offspring for Baronesse – she also produced Agave, the dam of the Celle State Stud stallion Hitchcock, and was also the dam of the stallion Winner (by Wenzel I), who stood at Warendorf. In English parlance, Bolero was a three-quarter-bred and while at that time there was a move to refine the Hanoverian, breeding a mare that was by a Thoroughbred

BELOW: Brentano II, Bolero’s

best-known son, was awarded the prestigious title of Hanoverian Stallion of the Year in 2003 RIGHT: Bolero, an important

sire in the history of the Hanoverian, sired 47 stallion sons and 317 registered mares, 96 of whom were State Premium

to a Thoroughbred was then frowned upon by the Hanoverian Stud Book as it was believed that the offspring would be unsuccessful. Bolero, however, performed well enough at his ı00-day test at Adelheidsdorf in ı978, being sixth out of 30 stallions, with a final score of ııı – moderately above the benchmark of ı00. He was assigned to the National State Stud in Landesbrück in Lower Saxony, where he stood for nine seasons until he died from heart failure at the early age of ı2. INFLUENTIAL SONS Despite the relatively short breeding career, Bolero sired 47 stallion sons and proved an influential dressage sire – like his father, he gained a reputation for producing poor jumpers. He also made a name for himself as a sire of broodmares, producing 3ı7 registered mares, 96 of whom were State Premium. His high proportion of Thoroughbred blood, however, meant his progeny were eye-catching and elegant, particularly at a time when the trend was moving towards lighter dressage horses. One of his best progeny to epitomise these traits was Beauvalais who, with the Spanish rider Beatriz FerrerSalat, won team silver and individual bronze at the Olympic Games in Athens, 2004. From his early crop, Bolero sired three stallion sons who were licensed; Bismarck, Brentano I and Brillant I. Brillant I and Brentano I were both out of mares by the Hanoverian Grande (Graf-Duellant), while Bismarck was out of a mare by Duellant, thus setting the trend for mares he received, and a large number of his offspring are out of Grande mares.

SIX GRAND PRIX OFFSPRING BORSALINO 008 1982 X Grande

Trained and ridden to grand prix by Heike Kemmer.

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BEAUVALAIS 1987 X Grande

Leading international horse and key member of the Spanish dressage team with Beatriz Ferrer-Salat.

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BOLSCHOI 1984 X Markus

Qualified for the 2000 Olympic Games with Christilot Boylen (CAN).

BONEY M 1987 X Grande

Competed by Thorsten Dietz (GER) and a winner at Hickstead CDIO in 1999.

BELA BARTOK 1987 X Absatz

Ridden by Nicole Casper (GER).

BORUSCHKIN 1981 X Argus

Bundeschampion riding horse winner in 1984 and sold for 110,000DM.


STAR STALLIONS BLOODLINE

DJEBE XX BLACK SKY XX

BOLERO

UK 1966

1975-1987 Breeder: Heinrich Behmann Owner: State Stud Landesbrück BARONESSE HAN 1970

BLAST XX

UK 1957

FR 1945

GALE WARNING

XX 1952

MADRILENE XX

UK 1951

COURT MARTIAL XX 1942 MARMITE XX

(by Mr Jinks) 1935 PINZA XX

UK 1956 BLEEP XX

UK 1956

ATLASTAUBE

HAN 1949

THE SATELLITE

(by Hyperion) 1946 ATHOS

HAN 1938 FLIEGERHEIL

WERNER ERNST

(by Fliegerstern) HAN 1942

His son Bismarck sired Breitling W, a stallion bred, owned and competed by German trainer and rider Wolfram Wittig. He is quoted as saying: “Bismarck was such a brilliant character and his good nature is passed on. I saw how Bismarck passed on these characteristics to both Breitling W and another of Bismarck’s graded sons – Burlington W – and, to me, this was proof of success.” Wolfram has continued the line and Breitling W, also a popular sire with British breeders, has several sons, including: Berkeley W (ı999) and full brothers Bertoli W and Baron de Ley W (2000), owned by the Kent-based Southern Cross Stud. The stallion Blind Date by Breitling W is a recent winner in international grand prix (Victoria Max-Theurer). Bolero’s best-known son is Brentano II. Also out of a Grande mare, Brentano II was champion of his licensing and was second in his performance test with the highest dressage score, after which he was stationed at the State Stud at Celle. He was trained to grand prix and for many years was a member of the famous Celle stallion quadrille.

Bolero became an important sire in the history of the Hanoverian, as he is the founder of what was a new Hanoverian ‘B-line’

Brentano II, who was awarded the prestigious title of Hanoverian Stallion of the Year in 2003 and died aged 27 in 20ı0, left a legacy of almost 2,000 offspring in Hanover, including 23 licensed sons and ı23 State Premium mares. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, his daughter Brentina won team bronze and was fourth individually under American Debbie McDonald. Brentano II is also the dam-sire of the stallions Samba Hit I-IV and the ill-fated mare sensation Poetin. Another Bolero son was Beltain, although it is only through the success of his son Belissimo M that he came to be appreciated. Due to an accident, Beltain missed his licensing and it was only due to later success in dressage that he was ‘sport licensed’, aged ı0. He was then stationed in Westphalia and had few takers, despite the fact that his dam-line, which is very similar to Brentano II, produced the stallions Wolkenstein I, II and III. By the time Belissimo M, dam-sire Romadour II (sire of Rembrandt), was a record-breaking performance test winner and Bundeschampionate sensation (2003) Beltain had died. Belissimo M lived up to the expectations; as well as being successful in the sport (with Hayley Beresford), he has sired nine stallion performance test winners, several Bundeschampions and many highly priced auction horses, and already has more than 42 licensed sons and now has a dressage index of ı54. His sons, Bonifatius, Beltoni and Bentley, are just a few of the young, modern B-line dressage sires that are descended from Bolero.

STALLIONS BY BOLERO BISMARCK 1980 X Duellant

Sire of stallion Breitling W and Meggles Biagiotti ridden to grand prix by Markus Gribbe.

BUENOS AIRES 1988 X Argentan I

Sire of stallion Bonaparte, who was exported to Canada and became an important sire for the Canadian Warmblood.

BON BONAPARTE 1984 X Wendekreis

Sire of the German team horse Bonaparte 67 (Heike Kemmer), which won three team gold medals and was named Hanoverian of the Year in 2004.

BRENTANO II 1983 X Grande

Leading Hanoverian sire and Stallion of the Year in 2003. Sons include the British-owned Half Moon Bertoni.

BELTAIN 1984 X Grande

Sire of successful grand prix and breeding stallion Belissimo M.

BORNEO 1987 X Gardestern I

Used as a refiner and now found in dam-lines, eg the young stallion Decurio (by Desperados).

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EQUINE FITNESS

Fit for the job How fit does a dressage horse need to be to work at its best?

CAROLE MORTIMER looks at the science of equine performance

The performance level of a horse is determined by two factors: genetic capability and its level of training. There is little that can be done about inherited ability; a horse’s training is, however, entirely in the hands of the rider, and in order to maximise genetic potential a horse must be well trained. This will mean that a horse is fit for the task required. Just as human athletes perform specific training programmes to prepare for their chosen sport, so should horses. While a flat racehorse needs to develop the ability to gallop in bursts of high speed, at the other end of the scale, an endurance horse needs to develop stamina or staying power. Dressage horses also need stamina, but due to the demands of the sport, which require a horse to perform half passes, passage and pirouettes, they also need muscular strength and suppleness. Equine vet Jenny Hall, veterinary services manager for the London 20ı2 Olympics, says: “The approach to fitness in the dressage horse will be different to that of the event horse; it’s like training for gymnastics as opposed to training for the 5,000 metres. A dressage horse needs to be fit, but also strong, and the subsequent conditioning programme will be different.” INCREASING STAMINA A resting horse has a heart rate of around 30 beats a minute (b/m). This can rise rapidly according to the workload; peak heart rates for a showjumper can reach ı90b/m, a polo pony works at an average of ı70b/m, but can have bursts between 200-240b/m, while the heart rate of an eventer on the cross-country will be between ı50-200b/m. Research has shown that during a grand prix test a horse’s heart rate rarely exceeded ı50b/m. Thus, the intensity of the cardiovascular system – the way in which oxygen is delivered to the muscles through the heart and

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blood vessels – while still rising fivefold from rest, is less than that of other sport horses. As grand prix rider Gareth Hughes, dressage trainer to the Australian eventing team, says: “The event horses are too fit for dressage – most of them have to go for a decent canter or gallop before they can settle to do a test.” Ruth Edge trains and competes both event and dressage horses. “The main difference in the way I train is that I don’t gallop the dressage horses – it’s not part of their regime or a requirement for their discipline,” says Ruth, who believes in regular hacking for her dressage horses. Hacking on a flat surface at walk, however, will not increase stamina as it does not challenge the cardiovascular system. Ruth says: “I walk them up hills and trot up hills on softer ground and I take them to the gallops, although they only trot and occasionally canter up.” Working a horse up a gradient like a gallop is the most commonly used method of increasing intensity of the work, without the need to increase speed. It also has the advantage that vertical forces through the forelimbs are less intense than when working on the flat. Horses at the Eilbergs’ training yard also hack out, and the yard has its own circular sand track that is used for canter work. “Fitness is a large part of training and the young horses spend time hacking, and I also like to do a bit of jumping with them as it helps to open up the lungs and develop balance and coordination,” says Michael Eilberg, who believes horses must have cardiac fitness before they are asked to work more intensely in the school. “If a horse isn’t fit then it can’t work for long enough to build up the strength that a dressage horse needs,” says Michael, who uses their specially built sand track for basic interval training to improve cardiovascular fitness. Interval training involves a set length or timed piece of canter work, followed by a period at walk. “It is important to


Shadowfax, Ruth Edge’s small tour horse, enjoys a hack on the farm ride at Somerford Park

For horses to enjoy work they need a varied regime which is fun and will help improve their work, although it does depend on the individual horse

JOANNA PRESTWICH

Ruth Edge

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EQUINE FITNESS

Our horses need to be in the gym more – but the work you do must have a positive effect on the development of the muscles

LESLIE BLISS

Gareth Hughes

learn feel,” says Michael. “I can feel when a horse is beginning to feel fatigued or, conversely, if I can ask for a bit more, but it helps less experienced riders to follow a specific and graduated programme.” THE IMPORTANCE OF STRENGTH “We want dressage horses to collect, to be active and elevated, so doing lots of faster work is not useful for that,” says Gareth. “Dressage is a more training-based sport – our horses need to be in the gym more – but the work you do must have a positive effect on the development of the muscles – galloping a dressage horse might be good for its health or mind, but not for the development of the right muscles.”

ABOVE: Horses at the Eilbergs’

yard, including Farouche (pictured with Michael), also hack out, and the yard has its own circular sand track that is used for canter work

Increasing muscular strength and suppleness reduces the risk of mechanical breakdown and part of the skill in training is being able to produce a horse that is fit enough to do the job while subjecting them to minimum wear and tear. “Repetitive strain injuries in different areas are reflected in the different disciplines,” says Jenny, who points out that strains of the superficial flexor tendon, common in an event or racehorse, are rare in dressage horses, which more frequently suffer strains of the hind suspensory ligaments. “This is because they carry more weight on the hind joints, and avoiding these injuries needs proper training and development, which is what the ‘scales of training’ intend to achieve.” Jenny believes that rider intuition is key to developing strength in a dressage horse. She says: “A dressage horse needs power, but power is hard to measure – whereas we can measure heart and recovery rates, we can’t assess how strong a horse is and much is down to the skill of the rider. “I suspect an experienced rider can feel it, just as an experienced jockey can assess a horse intuitively up the gallops, which is why less experienced riders can overwork a horse. A tiring horse will start to lose balance and coordination, which is when injuries occur.” Michael agrees that strength is measured by rider feel. “A horse has to be challenged in his work, otherwise they won’t get stronger, but as a rider you have to be aware of how they feel. A horse that is struggling is one that can worry.” Michael suggests evasions such as hurrying or spinning in a pirouette, or transferring the weight to the forehand can be signs of a tired horse. “If the signs are ignored, problems can be difficult to resolve, especially as the horse will have been developing the wrong muscles – you then not only have to try to strengthen the right muscles, but weaken the wrong ones, as well as change a mindset – so it is important to know when to challenge and when to stop.” All these riders frequently use regular lungeing sessions as part of their horses’ work regimes. “It’s not good for a horse to be schooled every day,” says Gareth. “Mine have four schooling sessions a week, hack and are turned out as much as possible, and all will go on the lunge once a week. Lungeing encourages them to stretch and loosen the muscles over the back.” Michael is a ‘big fan’ of lungeing. “It is good for a horse not to always have a rider on its back and done in the right way will stretch the back muscles.” Ruth also does stretching work with her horses. “My horses have ‘stretching only’ days when I work purely on suppleness. It not only keeps the muscles soft, but, importantly, varies the work for them.” BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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EQUINE FITNESS

JOANNA PRESTWICH

CROSS-TRAINING Variety in work, sometimes referred to as ‘cross-training’, is important so that a horse not only enjoys work, but also holds interest. While humans can overcome the routine or ‘psychological fatigue’ of rigorous training regimes by setting personal goals, horses have no such ‘will to win’ nor understand the maxim ‘no pain, no gain’. Some believe this is one of the reasons why the ongoing improvement in times in human races has not been mirrored in horse racing. “Event horses are lucky as riders cross-train simply by definition of the sport and Carl Hester has certainly moved the goalposts in training, with his varied style and use of cross-training, but many dressage riders do different things with their horse and different is definitely good,” says Jenny. Shadowfax, Ruth Edge’s small tour horse, has enjoyed the farm ride at Somerford Park. “He has even done some of the small jumps simply as something different to do,” says Ruth. “For horses to enjoy work they need a varied regime which is fun and will help improve their work, although it does depend on the individual horse – not all dressage horses enjoy jumping,” says Ruth, who also stresses that regular turn out is an important part of her horses’ routines. All the riders also deploy the use of a horse walker, albeit in the main for warming up muscles before work and cooling down after, in order to disperse lactic acid or ensuring an extra way of getting the horse out of the stable. Gareth says: “Walkers and treadmills are useful, especially during bad weather when horses can’t be turned out, but they are not a tool to avoid riding.” Riding a horse is not only the best way to get a horse fit, but also the best way to assess how a horse feels in terms of strength and fitness. Competing on an unfit horse not only increases the risk of injury, but decreases the chance of success and the likelihood of a long-term partnership. As horses require large investment in money and time, whatever a rider’s long-term aim it is imperative to ensure a horse is fit enough for the challenge.

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TRAINING

Judges’ viewpoint: On the forehand In the first of a new training series, JANE KIDD looks at some of the most common faults that judges comment on in test sheets, and explains the causes and how to help correct them

IMAGES THIS PAGE: KEVIN SPARROW. ALL OTHER IMAGES: JANE KIDD

On the forehand, or more positively and very closely linked, more weight on the quarters and more engagement, are terms that appear frequently on the scoresheet. The first two mean exactly what they say – that there is too much weight on the horse’s forehand and when that is the case it is unable to perform the movements of that particular test (from preliminary to grand prix), with ease and athleticism. The third, more engagement, is how the horse gets off the forehand – tipping the pelvis and stepping actively further under the body with the consequent lightening of the forehand. WHY IS IT A FAULT? A horse that is on the forehand finds it difficult to keep balanced, to stay in a rhythm, to move with lightness and to achieve the movements asked by the rider. It is by transferring the weight towards the hindquarters that the horse becomes more manoeuvrable, lighter and more athletic in his paces, and this is what we are looking for in dressage. Training that takes the horse off the forehand makes it a more pleasurable and responsive ride, and more beautiful to watch working. VARIATIONS THROUGH THE LEVELS There is no absolute description of on the forehand as it will depend on the level of the test and therefore how much manoeuvrability is being asked. At prelim level, the horse is only showing progressive transitions and working paces, so does not need to have the weight very far back. At novice level, there needs to be a greater transfer of weight as those medium strides demand enough engagement to have the power to lengthen, and at elementary, even more, to do movements such as simple changes; and so it goes on up the grades. The more advanced the movement, the more the horse needs to be off the forehand until the ultimates,

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on the forehand

ABOVE: The highest level of

engagement in competitive dressage is seen in the piaffe. Laura Bechtolsheimer’s Mistral Hojris has collected several 10s for his excellence in this movement

Jane Kidd is a list 1 judge, FEI international judge, and British Dressage selector and author. She rode and trained up to international grand prix levels

those canter pirouettes and piaffe, which can only be completed if the horse can engage supremely. In the ‘high school’ movement, the levade, the horse does actually carry all of his weight on the quarters. TAKING TIME When we first ride a young horse it takes this extra weight where the saddle is and onto the shoulders. It needs to be trained to understand how to take the weight back and to develop the strength to be able to do so. Riders often try to take the weight off the forehand by bringing the horse’s head up higher and so taking some of the weight upwards, but the problem is that the weight still remains on the shoulders, and more seriously, without sufficient engagement, can lead to a hollowing and stiffening of the back. Those back muscles have to remain supple if the quality of movement the horse showed when free is to be retained, or even improved. There are serious long-term results if the rider takes shortcuts and simply lifts the head without increasing the engagement. The position of the head and neck has to be relative to the degree of engagement (known as relative self-carriage) if those back muscles are not to be damaged and stiffened.


LEFT: At the start of a young horse’s career

little engagement can be asked. Although what appears in this photo is very acceptable in a young horse class, it would be considered on the forehand at higher levels BELOW: This horse is a little more advanced

than the one above and is showing a more active and engaged trot BOTTOM: After a few years of training, the

engagement and lightening of the forehand is apparent

VARIATIONS IN MARKS A judge may remark on the forehand and give a 7 and elsewhere, or to a different horse, give a 4 with the same comment. The reason is that being on the forehand is not the only factor being assessed and when the 7 was given the horse may still be submissive, working through the back, and performing the movement, albeit with reduced quality. When the 4 was given the horse might, in addition to being on the forehand, be leaning on the contact, opening the mouth, stiffening in the back, losing rhythm, etc, and the judge and/or the writer do not have the time to remark on all these points. COMMON CAUSES • The horse is young, weak and had little training, but remember it is natural for a horse to be on the forehand when first ridden. • The rider is inexperienced and has not yet built up the skills to get the horse more engaged. • The rider has a poor position, tending to tip forward and add their weight to that of the horse’s, on the shoulders. • The horse’s conformation makes it difficult to come off the forehand, ie is naturally croup high, low-set neck, long neck. • The horse does not react to half halts, is unable to stay submissive in transitions, lacks the balance to stay in self-carriage.

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KEY REMEDIES Transitions • Half halts • Rebalancing • An easing and upward movement of the hands • Rider’s position and skills • Dressage movements • Working forwards in a good tempo

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TRAINING RIGHT: This combination

shows how a horse can be on the forehand in one part of a test and off the forehand in another

REMEDIES Recognising limitations The all-important remedy is to engage the horse more so he transfers the weight towards the hindquarters. This is difficult if the horse is, as they say, ‘built on the forehand’ and the good trainer will always work within the limits set by the horse’s conformation, movement and attitude. Trying to force a horse to do what nature has made very difficult for him is not what dressage is about. In such cases the rider has to be satisfied with slower progress and ceilings to the level achieved, but there is still lots of fun to be had in improving what is possible. THE VALUE OF HALF HALTS The biggest aid to engagement is the half halt, which is, as it says, only going halfway through a transition. In trot, it is asking for a transition to walk and releasing the aids before this is achieved. The aids need to be momentary as better results are obtained by a series of half halts rather than one when the aids are maintained for a length of time. This is the essence of a half halt, but there is so much to it that if you are puzzled read about them in books, ask your trainer and watch the top riders. A good rider uses the half halt before corners, prior to any movement, into a complete transition and as much as a hundred times in a test. They are used so often because they have so many benefits – through them the horse is engaged more, rebalanced, made attentive, brought into a better carriage, all of which takes them off their forehand. The proviso is that these benefits are only achieved if the half halts and transitions are done well enough to maintain the quality of the pace, and the horse stays submissive and supple.

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When on the forehand the horse tends to be: • Cumbersome • Flat and heavy in the paces • Difficult to manoeuvre • Losing three-time beat in the canter • Dead in the contact • Unbalanced

UNDERSTANDING BALANCE Teaching the horse takes time, first transitions between the paces that may be progressive, and then when the aids are understood and they can be done without losing the quality of the paces, the half halts or at least some balancing within a pace can begin. At first, hardly any response is expected, just a tiny bit of balancing when the rider takes a deep in-breath to sit taller. When this goes well over time bring in the hand, leg and, ultimately, seat aids. The danger is that the horse resists, tightens those vital back muscles and loses momentum, and this shows that more work on the scales of training is needed.


Never take your sights off the aim of half halt, and that is to engage the horse and build up the power and suppleness, and not to block the forward momentum. The half halt is the most important aid to taking a horse off the forehand, but all movements that help engagement can be used as additional tools – the transitions between and within the paces, circles that can gradually be made smaller, squares, and, as higher levels are reached, shoulder in and half passes until those ultimates, canter pirouettes and piaffe. AN EASING UPWARD CONTACT A horse that leans on the bit or has a strong contact is often on its forehand, and although further engagement

BELOW: Conformation and scope can also play their part. This combination is going well at novice level, but may not find it easy to advance to top level. Dressage is not about making horses do what nature has made difficult for them

does tend to bring about a better carriage so, too, can giving and retaking the reins. This need not be as in the test, when there should be a loop in the reins, but a forward and upward movement of the hands to ease the contact, without letting it go. THE RIDER It is not just the horse that has to learn. The rider has to establish a well-balanced position to help the horse to stay in rhythm and off the forehand, and has to develop the skills to be able to ask for those promoters of engagement in such a way that the horse understands and can maintain quality through them.

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TRAINING KEEPING THE ENGAGEMENT IN THE TEST When riding in, although settling the horse is a priority, try not to lose all the energy, as a tired horse easily falls onto the forehand. Work out how much time is needed to establish the scales of training, and include breaks to stretch so that the muscles do not get tired and painful. When it comes to the moments before the bell, it is very easy to allow the horse to drift onto the forehand, especially if just trotting the whole way around the arena.

BELOW: Clearly on the forehand but still supple. Better preparation, some balancing and half halts before turning into this circle might have stopped this from happening

Try to bring in some transitions and a small circle before entering. During the test, prepare for each movement so the horse is not thrown into it, becoming unbalanced and on the forehand. Use half halts, or at least that balancing movement, as often as you can, without losing the fluency of the work. Apply that momentary easing of contact as often as it feels safe. Finally, remember, the rider’s position is instrumental to the way of going – stay as upright, poised and supple as you can.

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NATIONAL CONVENTION

Full house for

Carl’s Convention

An appreciative capacity crowd enjoyed the 2012 British Dressage Convention hosted by Olympic gold medallist Carl Hester. NICKY MOFFATT reports on the action from two days at Hartpury College. PHOTOGR APHY BY KEVIN SPARROW

A warm reception awaited Olympic gold medallist Carl Hester at this year’s sell-out British Dressage Convention at Hartpury College, Gloucestershire. Clear and concise, Carl made dressage training simple, and the changes he made to the invited demo riders were visible for all to see. Carl, who describes his training system as “getting the horse to want to work with the rider”, was on top form and the main issues that seemed to arise throughout the two days were problems with contact, straightness and stretching. CORRECT WARM-UP Carl’s horses are warmed up for ı5-20 minutes in a stretched frame until they’re mentally and physically relaxed. In the early stage of their training, however, some horses find stretching difficult, so the rider has to teach the horse how to stretch. “If your horse won’t stretch at the start of a session, you’ll probably find you get better stretching at the end,” Carl explained. “All my horses stretch at the start and at the end of a schooling session, with plenty of breaks in between.” CONTACT AND FEEL Whether you are working your horse ‘up’ in a dressage test frame or stretching him, the same rules apply. Carl wants to see the horse taking the rein forward and the rider should have neither too light, nor too heavy a feel on the mouth. For stretching work, a lower and wider

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ABOVE LEFT: Special

star guests Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro make some new friends ABOVE RIGHT:

Kim Moloney and her 11-year-old gelding, Donnergold, began the first day’s session a little tense, but with the help of transitions within the paces, showed a marked improvement by the second day (bottom right) RIGHT: Convention host Carl Hester

hand will encourage the head and neck forward and down, while a closer hand position keeps the bit still in the corners of the horse’s mouth and, with increased engagement, the poll will become the highest point. Interestingly, Carl maintains that horses that are heavy in the hand are easier to get light through the half-halt than horses that drop the contact.


TRANSITION TRAINING “If the horse isn’t readily accepting the contact then he needs to be trained to push more from the hind leg into a still hand,” Carl explained. “If you think 30 transitions in a session is a lot then think again, because ideally you want to ride about 200.” Carl demonstrated some great transition exercises within the paces, such as making half transitions to balance the pace and then sending the horse on again. This was particularly useful for Kim Moloney and her ıı-year-old gelding, Donnergold, who was tense and reluctant to take the contact forward. Getting Donnergold to do plenty of transitions within the paces, and from one pace to another, resulted in a remarkable improvement in their way of going on their second day of the convention. STRAIGHT TALKING Straightness is an issue that every dressage rider struggles with, but is definitely one that needs addressing throughout a horse’s career. “The hind legs should follow the tracks of the forelegs,” said Carl. “In my experience, the majority of horses are stiffer to the left, which means they’ll feel heavier in the left hand, be reluctant to bend left and look like a banana on the right rein.” Carl had some useful – yet simple – straightening exercises that he asked all the riders to ride with their horses at the convention, particularly Antonia Brown’s nine-year-old gelding, SOS Wow, an eventer/dressage horse who was stiffer to the left.

ABOVE: Antonia Brown’s

Dutch-bred nine-yearold gelding, SOS Wow, demonstrates some useful exercises to help improve straightness RIGHT: Forward thinking: Aram Gregory’s 10-yearold gelding Dances With Wolves, ridden by Sam Thurman-Baker, helped demonstrate how to deal with hotter type horses

My vet told me the best way to keep a horse sound is to keep him moving Carl Hester

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Starting with a shoulder-fore position on the left rein, Carl explained that this encourages the horse to stretch his right side. “Think of the inside hind as stepping in between the two forelegs,” he told Antonia, before reminding her that riders should always sit on their inside seat bone in the lateral work. Leg-yield is another great straightening exercise that Carl uses to open up the horse’s stiffer side. So for horses that are stiffer to the left, and don’t want to stretch the right side of their body, leg-yield right will help – and vice versa. With more advanced horses, Carl uses leg-yield in canter across the diagonal, which Charlotte Dujardin demonstrated beautifully with her gold medal-winning partner Valegro. Carl added: “I think straightness is more difficult to perfect than piaffe and passage.”

CARL’S EXPERT TIPS • Teach your horse to stretch and include plenty of it in your training. • Work on getting a consistent contact, with the horse working forward into the rein in good balance. • Include plenty of straightening exercises in your work, whatever level you’re riding at. • Include hundreds of transitions in your training because transitions create a more supple, balanced and obedient athlete. • Add variety to keep things interesting. “All my horses hack and get turned out in the field,” said Carl. “It’s really important for them mentally as well as physically.” • Work on what you can’t do rather than on what you can – it’s the only way to improve. • We’d all like to get 70% in our tests and if you think about it, that’s straight 7s, which any average-moving horse is capable of achieving. • “There’s no such thing as dressage for eventers and dressage for dressage horses – it’s all the same,” Carl explained.

HELPING HOT HORSES Carl and Jane de la Mare’s eight-year-old gelding Nip Tuck, ridden by Katie Bailey, and Aram Gregory’s ı0year-old gelding Dances With Wolves, ridden by Sam Thurman-Baker, were brought out to show the audience how to deal with hotter horses, which is something Carl has plenty of experience of. “I like my horses to be sharp and forward thinking because I prefer to steer than to push,” he explained. “However, hotter horses are generally more tense so they need help to relax, which is why I turn mine out 24/7. “They come in from the field in the morning to be worked and some days they might do a variety of work, such as go on the horse walker, do some stretching and then practise some movements later on in the day. The other thing to bear in mind with hotter horses is to get them out to see as much as possible. Dances With Wolves, in particular, gets nervous in new situations, so it’s good for him to go to as many venues as possible.” TEACHING RIDEABILITY Chloe Vell’s eight-year-old German-bred mare Kaja Di Valentina is a fine example of a horse who is pleasing to the eye, but when she’s asked for a ‘bit more’, resists the rider’s aids. “She’s quite happy to go along in a ‘plinky plonky’ way,” said Carl. “However, if Chloe tries to add more expression to the paces, the mare gets stroppy and Chloe compromises by taking things back a step.” Carl asked Chloe to ride on and back on a trot circle, being careful to look after the balance. “Constantly changing the speed is a great balancing exercise and it will add expression to the trot,” he explained. HARMONIOUS HALTS Many riders forget to work on their halts, but seeing as there are at least two in every test, they should never be neglected. Katie Bailey and Nip Tuck demonstrated BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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NATIONAL CONVENTION Carl’s training methods for teaching a correct halt. “It helps if you have mirrors,” said Carl. “If you don’t, then you need someone on the ground to help you.” Carl teaches his horses to take baby walk steps, being careful to keep the impulsion, and from the baby steps he asks for halt. “Once you’ve taught the horse to do tiny steps, you can correct a crooked halt by creeping forward – never back,” he stressed. Katie showed how to correct a bad halt by creeping forwards one leg at a time until Nip Tuck was square. Then he was rewarded with a pat and asked to move on again. “It doesn’t matter what type of horse you have, you can teach it square halts – they’re ‘free’ marks,” added Carl. SELF-CARRIAGE Self-carriage is a term that most of us will have seen on our dressage test sheets at some point, and knowing whether you have it is simple when Carl describes it. “Can you give the reins away in collected or extended paces without the horse falling onto the forehand or changing his outline?” he asked the audience. “If you can then you have self-carriage.” Kim’s horse appeared to get heavy in the hand at times, but with lots of on and back work she was able to show some true self-carriage on day two. “With a horse that’s strong, avoid riding in straight lines,” said Carl. “Do lots of circles until he stops pulling and has to balance himself.” CANTER-WALK-CANTER This exercise becomes really good when the horse is able to practically canter on the spot. Carl asked Kim to shorten her horse up in canter on a circle, taking care that he stayed straight without swinging his quarters out. “Of course this doesn’t happen overnight,” he explained. “It needs lots of time and will depend on the horse’s natural ability to collect.” Once Kim’s horse was starting to show some fair, collected canter steps, Carl told her to make a walk transition on the right rein, during which Donnergold swung his quarters out to the left. “Before you ask for the transition, position him in right shoulder fore,” he told Kim. “Think of bringing the left side over to the right with your outside aids, rather than pulling him with the inside rein.” To ask for canter, Carl explained: “I ask with an outside leg aid because that’s the aid for the tempi changes later on.”

Antonia Brown’s SOS Wow, who events and has competed at the national championships for the past two years at medium level, is asked for counter-canter around the arena, making some counter-canter to walk to counter-canter transitions, before tackling the flying changes

If you think 30 transitions in a session is a lot then think again, because ideally you want to ride about 200 Carl Hester

RIDER FEEDBACK Kim Moloney (BD Central RDO): “I love the way that Carl makes training so simplistic. Everything he told me was crystal clear and he got straight to the root of the problems.” Antonia Brown: “It was fantastic to work with Carl for two days because all the problems we worked on the first day showed massive improvement on day two.” Chloe Vell: “The two things I got the most help with were adding expression to my mare’s paces and perfecting the flying changes. What an honour to ride there in front of a crowd.”

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FLYING CHANGES The flying change should be taught when the horse is able to make good canter-walk-canter transitions on both reins. Antonia’s horse has started flying changes and Carl had some great advice. “There are lots of things to consider,” he said. “Some of the more clever types might start to anticipate the changes, so you have to catch them out by doing them in different places using different exercises.” Carl asked Antonia to ride counter-canter around the arena, making some counter-canter to walk to countercanter transitions. Next he asked her to go onto a circle in counter-canter and ride travers in counter-canter, so in right counter-canter the horse would be flexed left with his quarters also positioned left. “This is not only a good suppling and straightening exercise,” he told onlookers. “It’s also a great preparation for the flying change and teaches the horse to wait for the aid. When it comes to riding the changes, Carl advises: “Teach and practise flying changes on lines that aren’t in tests, like the R-C line. To teach horses to land from a change in an uphill way, ride forwards into them and collect immediately afterwards.” YOUNG HORSES Charlotte rode her talented four-year-old gelding Why Banquo and worked through a typical schooling session that she might do at home. “Include lots of stretching with young horses and keep sessions short – 25 minutes is enough – so they don’t get too tired,” advised Carl. Being a young horse, Why Banquo is still unbalanced and drops behind the vertical, but that will come as his training progresses, as Carl explained. “Young horses need to learn to accept the leg and rein aids, get used to new experiences and stretch. All the party tricks will fall into place later.”


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YOU CAN NOW SPECIFY LORRY“We now use internal tack and changing area with STANDARD LIVING material that is lighter in colour, the ability to carry up to three ACCOMMODATION [IN and a larger front window horses or four ponies. A TRAILER] FOR A LOWER enables more daylight to enter “This combination would INVESTMENT THAN A LORRY, the trailer. Locking grooms’ previously only have been IDEAL FOR STAYING AWAY AT doors are standard and a much possible on a larger lorry, WEEKEND COMPETITIONS wider range of accessories includes trailer cameras, two types of tack pack and a wider choice of colours. For horses that prefer to travel alone, a full-width breast and breeching bar is also available.” Fautras trailers, manufactured in France, but sold through a nationwide dealer network in the UK, include the Oblic range in which horses travel herringbone, with versions for up to four horses. These trailers also offer a separate tack area on the front offside (horses unload to the front nearside), which keeps wet or dirty tack out of the towing vehicle. The latest addition to the Equi-Trek range, the Space-Treka III, combines a

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AFFORDABLE TRANSPORT Director Neil Savage explains: “Many leading riders who have an HGV lorry find a Foxy Twin a useful alternative to take one horse out locally. However, it is possible to have the Renault Master chassis uprated to 3.9 tonnes GVW, which gives a payload up to ı.4 tonnes and extra scope if you want to transport two horses.” Foxy Twin has also come up with an innovative solution to concerns about young horses trying to climb the breast bar in rear-facing lorries. The Stallion specification replaces the breast bar with a full wall and jockey door to each side, allowing easy access to the horse from a separate grooms’ area. There is also a full partition between the horses. Alexanders Horseboxes incorporates many features suited to large, powerful horses into the design of its Windsor lorry,

including the option for a 4.5-tonne model with increased payload, 8ft internal height, head divider and full bulkhead separating the horses from the grooms’ area. This lorry is the choice of Olympic individual rider Richard Davison (see below).

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AFFORDABLE TRANSPORT Sharing costs Elizabeth Roberts often gives her friend, Claire Stryzyk, a lift to BD events in her Ford Cargo 7.5-tonne lorry and says that it works really well: “We have stayed away in it and often have such a giggle, especially if the dog comes, too!” She adds that both horses travel well together, and as Claire lives close by, she can pick her up on the way. “We are both organised and everything is packed and has its ‘home’. We can share the driving as the lorry is insured for anyone over 25 years old, and just split the cost of fuel. “My husband, Tim, is allergic to horses, but does like coming to events, so we chose a lorry with good-size living so he had some comfort when having to hang around for the results. Lockers mean no allergy-making tack gets into the living area. It will sleep four and this September four humans and one large bouncy dog all bundled off to Blenheim as we did the Eventers’ Challenge!” Claire and her horse, Sporting Lady, and Elizabeth’s two, Buzzlines Master H and Leaps and Bounds are competing at novice/elementary level, although with her previous horse Elizabeth was competing at advanced, so tended to have to travel alone. “Being able to share with Claire means that we will travel to events further afield and make an adventure of the day. Claire is also good at baking chocolate brownies!“ varied to suit you and can include part exchanges, and you can also make an early settlement in order to sell or upgrade your box before the end of the term.” This could represent a good option for trainers or livery yards as business users can also claim ı00% of interest against taxable profits, along with yearly writedown allowances against the vehicle, while VAT-registered companies can claim ı00% of the VAT back if the vehicle is registered through the company. “Lease purchase works on exactly the same basis as hire purchase, but there is a balloon payment due at the end of the term,” Julian says. “The benefits of lease purchase are that the monthly payments are less than on hire purchase, you can reduce the length of the agreement and keep the payments the same, or have the option of a new chassis for similar monthly payments. This funding option can be taken over one to four years and the flexibility of lease purchase means you can Trailer tale

use any equity from the box after the balloon payment as deposit for a new build, and start again.” HIRING, INSURANCE AND BREAKDOWN COVER Hiring a horse box or using a transporter can be a good option for riders who compete only occasionally, or need a lorry for a long journey to the regionals or championships. However, coverage across the country by hirers has traditionally been patchy, and many transporters are equipped to take larger numbers of horses to a venue rather than one or two. A new initiative, known as Horses on the Move, aims to change this. Established last year by Jayne Sansom of lorry builders Staffordshire Horseboxes, this franchise operation provides opportunities for horse owners to make some money out

Elizabeth Roberts shares transport costs to BD events with friend Claire Stryzyk

Ten years ago, Emma Jenkins from North Oxfordshire purchased an eight-year-old Isuzu Trooper and a second-hand Ifor Williams 505 trailer for a combined cost of about £4,000 to transport her horse, Holly’s Logic, to competitions. As well as having 185 BD points, Holly’s Logic also showjumps and does endurance rides. Emma explains: “Subsequently, I have replaced the Trooper with a three-year-old high-mileage Kia Sorento and part-exchanged the old trailer for a new 505 at a total cost of about £8,000. “I have done the maths re fuel consumption and my 4x4 does cost about £500 more in fuel a year than a runabout, but as that is nowhere near the cost of purchasing and running a third vehicle, I can’t justify a lorry. “We have camped at Stoneleigh in a two-man tent and used the trailer for storage and changing. The winter and summer regionals venues are only one-and-a-half-hours’ drive for me, and if I go down to my trainer then I just leave the horse and unhitched trailer with her and stay in a Travelodge. “Yes, it would be nice to have a 7.5-tonne with living, but I am totally happy with what I have. My 4x4 is super reliable and when I see friends struggling with reliability of their ancient lorries, I know I have made the right choice for me.”

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of their horse box when it might otherwise be standing idle. Jayne explains: “The problem with hiring a lorry has always been that you could not guarantee its suitability or condition. Our franchisees offer a brand new, immaculate and fully maintained vehicle, which is booked via a central booking office. You can drive our two-horse lorries on a car licence and they offer 8ft headroom and ı,200kg payload.” Franchisees can earn money from their lorry via self-drive hire, transport and, should a customer decide to purchase a similar lorry from Staffordshire Horseboxes, a commission on the sale. Daily hire costs from £ı00 or £230 for a weekend – bear in mind that most 7.5-tonne horse box owners reckon to spend at least £ı,000 per year on maintenance, plating/MOT and road tax – and for those who go out six or seven times a year it becomes a very good option. If you have your heart set on a larger lorry, however, to take two big horses in comfort or perhaps to transport your pride and joy while offering full living, a lottery win may not be necessary. As a result of the driver licensing laws and the higher running costs, 7.5-tonne lorries are less sought after, and a scan of the classifieds reveals plenty of choice for less than the cost of a new-build 3.5-tonne horse box. Two areas where horse box owners should not scrimp are insurance, as much for legal reasons as anything else, and breakdown cover. Debbie MacM0rran of leading horse box recovery provider Equine Rescue points out that cancelling breakdown cover is a false economy: “Only recently, a lapsed member of ours had to be rescued and the incident ended up costing her over £300. The membership fee would have been £2ı6 for the year. “Over a third of our incidents are tyre related and anyone can suffer a blowout. It proves expensive, inconvenient and stressful to arrange recovery or repair on a pay-as-you-go basis.” However, sharing a lorry would also cut the costs of membership, Debbie points out, as there is no need for each driver to be covered: “Our membership covers the box itself, not the member, so sharing a lorry is not a problem.”


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Be the face of Dressage Deluxe! Win the chance to model for premium online retailer Dressage Deluxe and bag yourself some fantastic prizes!

Dressage Deluxe, the one-stop shop for the seriously stylish equestrian, is looking for the face of its new campaign – and it could be you! Passionate about real riders, Dressage Deluxe has the expertise and collections to ensure that you are suitably kitted out, whether you ride at prelim or prix st georges. A favourite among top professional riders such as Damian Hallam and Jane Lavington, the former title sponsor of the national championships has teamed up with British Dressage magazine to find a girl or guy, who embodies the spirit of the brand, to model in its new photographic campaign. Dressage Deluxe stocks all those rider and equine essentials – whether you are looking for classical or contemporary, the team handpicks only the best brands and items from all over Europe, so you don’t have to travel further than your computer or phone! With many exclusives and, of course, its ever-expanding own-brand collection of bridles, jewellery and competition jackets, it’s easy to see why Dressage Deluxe is so popular with top professional riders and serious amateurs alike. Inlight brings the beauty element of the prize together, with its exciting organic skincare product range, which has been perfected through years of research by Dr Mariano Spiezia, medical doctor, homeopath and herbalist. All the brand’s organic beauty products, anti-ageing skincare and herbal ointments are the perfect complement to natural and alternative therapies, particularly homeopathy. Everything

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Inlight creates has been carefully crafted to suit all skin types, and to work not only on, but with, your skin! Great for riders out in all weathers and seasons! Konigs is the choice of top professional dressage riders worldwide, including Olympian Carl Hester, and its footwear is sold through Dressage Deluxe. Combining quality craftsmanship with traditional bootmaking techniques, the result is a stunning boot made to last.

Our winner will win…

…the opportunity to model in the brand’s new photographic shoot and will be professionally styled and photographed on the day – and discover what it’s like to be a top model, with the resulting images appearing on the Dressage Deluxe website, advertising and PR campaign. Not only will you have fun in front of the camera modelling some of the hottest equestrian looks, but with help and direction from the skilled and knowledgeable team, you will also pick up some great tips to ensure that you look your best at every future photo opportunity!


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• A Dressage Deluxe Divine Ladies’ Competition Jacket. This jacket is styled to complement curves. Part of the Dressage Deluxe Competition Jacket Collection RRP: £149 • Or the Dressage Deluxe Men’s Silver Double Knot Cufflinks. They are designed exclusively for Dressage Deluxe, and handcrafted in England in sterling silver. RRP: £120 • Beauty essentials worth £124 from Inlight, including the Inlight Organic Firm & Tone Oil, Organic Face Cleanser and the Organic Line Softener – just what you need to look and feel like a supermodel!

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• A Dressage Deluxe Limited Edition Stock & Stock pin for effortless elegance, worth approximately £80. • A stunning pair of Konigs Favorit Boots, the choice of top professional riders. Styled from the finest grain box leather, the boot features a full-length zip and a calfskin leather lining, together with a rubber sole, resulting in a boot that combines great looks with superb performance. RRP: £450 • Konigs Boot Cleaner Kit – everything you require to keep your new boots in tip-top condition! This handy little kit contains black boot cream, two wooden brushes and a polishing cloth, all neatly packaged in a sealable plastic box. It’s ideal for the horse box, tack room or your competition bag and also makes the perfect gift for any rider. RRP: £35 • Inlight’s Organic Face Cleanser and Inlight Body Oil with Arnica to leave you feeling rejuvenated and looking renewed after schooling sessions or competition days. RRP: £29.50, £30

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Email to: model@dressagedeluxe.co.uk Or send your entries via post (these will not be returned) to: Model Competition, Dressage Deluxe Ltd,
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LEISURE RIDE GROUP Products: Trojan Turf: Premixed waxed and non-waxed surfaces. Sports Turf Range: Non-waxed or dry premixed surfaces. Trojan Turf Range: Wax-coated surfaces with a specific mix to suit jumping (cushioned), dressage (firm), national hunt gallop (good to soft) and flat race gallop (good to firm). Pro Turf Range: Highest-quality silica sand, fibre and wax coating. ProComp (firm) and ProFlex (cushioned). Who uses it? Carl Hester and Charlotte Dujardin, among others. Ideal for… Indoor and outdoor arenas, lunge rings, competition centres. Unique selling point: Trojan Dressage Turf is specifically designed for dressage. The amount of fibre and sand type is measured to provide a surface that has the exact amount of support and cushioning required for dressage. Cost: 20m x 40m arena = £ı5,600 plus VAT plus delivery charges. 20m x 60m arena = £23,400 plus VAT plus delivery charges. Contact: www.leisureridesurfaces.co.uk ANDREWS BOWEN LTD Products: 2012 Mix, ProWax, Propell, Safetrack, Soundtrack, Prow’S Who uses it? Greenwich Park arena at London Olympics, Horse of the Year Show, Hickstead and OBS Racing. Ideal for… Suitable for all disciplines and applications. Temporary or permanent, commercial or private.

USP: Top-quality products from top-quality materials, tailored to suit each individual’s needs. Cost: £ı3,600-£20,000 for an average 20m x 40m arena. Contact: www.andrewsbowen.co.uk EQUESTRIAN DIRECT Product: Flexiride™: All-weather lowmaintenance, cost-effective surface, effective in extreme weather conditions. Surface acts as an insulating layer to retain moisture and remain usable all year round. Who uses it? Riders such as Lucinda Green and Matt Ryan, competition centres, including Solihull Riding Club, and livery yards. USP: Versatile product that can be used in a variety of situations and disciplines. ı00% wire free, odourless, frost resistant and environmentally friendly. Also ideal as a top-up for existing arenas. Cost: Special offers available on 20m x 40m arenas. Prices from £ı,200 plus delivery and VAT. Contact: www.equestriandirectltd.co.uk SPRINGRIDE SURFACES Product: Springride: Highest-quality rubber and fibre composites, easy to lay and maintain, eliminates tracking and kickback, while retaining moisture. Won’t freeze, improves drainage and adds ‘spring’. Who uses it? Equestrian riders and facilities throughout UK, including Robert Lemieux and Stockland Lovell Manor Equestrian Training & Competition Centre.

Ideal for… All equestrian purposes – provides an economic, but effective, all-weather surface. Springride Shred is ideal for indoor schools, dressage and carriage driving. USP: Springride Shred: Non-freeze uniquely patterned rubber that anchors into the sand layer creating a stable, shock-absorbing surface. Reduces maintenance, provides cushioning and spring, with minimal kickback. Excellent drainage, yet retains moisture and reduces dust. Springride Chip: 25mm premium chip produced from the highest-quality rubber and fibre composites, using the latest technology. Immediately alleviates deadness and improves sand condition. Cost: Average 20m x 40m arena, surface only, from £900 plus delivery and VAT. Contact: www.springride.com MARTIN COLLINS ENTERPRISES Products: Ecotrack/Activ-track/Clopf fibre: Synthetic riding surfaces and fibres. Who uses it? HM The Queen, Laura Bechtolsheimer, Bishop Burton College, Addington Manor EC, Henriette Andersen, Widmer EC and Stoneleigh Park. Ideal for… Clopf synthetic fibre is suitable for all uses, from leisure riders at home to professionals. It creates ‘root structure’, allowing horses to work on top of the surface, rather than into it. Ecotrack: Suitable for all uses in all installations, providing structured and supportive footing with great energy return, without the need for watering. Activ-track: Suitable for all uses in all installations, is a great all-round waxed surface, giving BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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structured and supportive footing with excellent energy return, without the need for watering. Cost: Clopf (adding to sand and rubber/PVC) £720 plus haulage, plus VAT. Clopf (adding to a sand-only surface) £ı,260, plus haulage, plus VAT. Ecotrack: Average 20m x 40m arena: £20,000, plus haulage and VAT. Activ-track: Average 20m x 40m arena £ı5,400, plus haulage and VAT. Martin Collins also constructs arenas, gallops and racetracks and, through its Equibuild division, accommodation, stables, indoor arenas, and more. Contact: www.martincollins.com CHARLES BRITTON EQUESTRIAN CONSTRUCTION Description: Full design and construction service, including initial concept formulation through planning approval and complete turnkey, on-site construction by company’s own staff. Who are your customers? Too many to list: private individuals/professional riders, private/ commercial establishments, all disciplines; including Olympic gold medallists Nick Skelton and Peter Charles. Ideal for… Our service is all encompassing: we offer every housing and exercise need and provide unbiased advice to help customers decide, such as surface choice. USP: Only private/family-owned operation totally dedicated to equestrian construction and using all own in-house staff (no sub-contractors). We build more successful facilities than any other operation. Cost: Average 20m x 40m arena construction – complete, including planning permission, between £ı7,000 and £36,000, plus VAT, depending on surface choice. All proven surfaces offered. Contact: www.charlesbritton.com COMBI-RIDE ADVANCED SPORTS SURFACES Product: Combi-Ride Dual Stabiliser: Pulverised nylon and rubber fleck, consisting of microfibre technology. Who uses it? Ministry of Defence, Mounted Police and polo clubs. Ideal for… Sand-based arenas either new or in need of life injecting into the surface.

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The product can also bind deep riding or locked surfaces. USP: Using pulverised nylons offers a more cohesive mixture when stabilising sand and the rubber fleck gives elasticity to the surface and prevents hardness. Cost: Average 20m x 40m arena construction £ı,600. Contact: www.combi-ride.co.uk HORTECH SYSTEMS LTD Product: Arena Watering Kits Description: Watering kits for indoor and outdoor arenas, from single or travelling sprinklers to fully automated systems, all designed to keep the arena surface firm and prevent dust pollution. Systems can be bespoke designed to any specification and installed by our own engineers or supply only with full installation instructions included with each kit. Also supplier of JFC products, including micro stable drinkers, field water troughs, with all blue water pipe and fittings. Supply only or installed. Who are your customers? Riseholme University of Lincoln, Hallingbury Hall EC and Stanley Grange Stud. USP: We are a professional irrigation company, with all our systems designed in-house and guaranteed to work. Cost: From under £50 for a single sprinkler, supply only. Automatic Watering Kit for a 20m x 40m arena from £ı,540 plus VAT. Contact: www.irrigationonline.co.uk Mirrors for Training

MIRRORS FOR TRAINING LTD Product: Arena mirrors suitable for indoor and outdoor schools Description: All Weather Arena Mirrors are the ultimate training aid. The visual benefits of using mirrors for training are limitless, identifying inaccuracies in your performance and allowing changes to be made immediately before they become habit forming. Who are your customers? Pippa and William Funnell, Mary King, Oliver Townend, Sophie Wells, Sophie Christiansen, Ellen Whittaker, Paul Tapner, Haydn Price, Sharon Hunt and Polly Stockton. USP: Our arena mirrors are uniquely designed, backed and framed with galvanised steel, making them strong and built to last. Not to be mistaken for cheaper wooden-backed alternatives that warp and distort your reflection. Cost: Average 20m x 40m arena for construction to cover short side, approx £4,800 plus VAT. Contact: www.mirrorsfortraining.co.uk ECO COMFYRIDE Products: Eco ComfyRide wood fibre riding surfaces Who uses it? The Jockey Club and Lambourn Gallops. Ideal for… Easy to install, long-lasting and requires little maintenance. Free draining, won’t freeze or blow away, ideal for all seasons. USP: By using seasoned wood, ComfyRide lasts longer than other natural wood-based surfaces. Seasoned wood has a lower moisture and sap content, which have a significant impact on the speed of degradation. The surface is made up of a variety of different-sized wood fibre particles designed to lock together, giving minimal kickback and movement with use. Cost: Special offer until the end of February for ı60m3 of riding surface (20m x 40m arena laid to a depth of 8in) for £960, including VAT, but excluding delivery. Usual retail price £ı,728. Contact: www.ecocomfyride.co.uk


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EquiFeast reveals the secret to improved performance Does your horse suffer from stress and anxiety, especially in training or competition? The solution lies in feeding the right balance of correct minerals, as Malcolm Green, research and technical director at EquiFeast, explains Like humans, stress and anxiety play their part in the behaviour of horses.Whatever their age, if a horse’s brain function is impaired by inadequate nutrition and he is put into a stressful environment, he can become anxious and his behaviour can deteriorate. Horses should be good risk assessors and not be tempted to feel like they must run away from a fluttering leaf! A correctly functioning brain enables the horse to evaluate its world effectively and recognise that normal competition elements, such as whiteboards and flowerpots, are not threatening. ‘Brain impairing’ calmers create Jekyll and Hyde personalities that switch from sedated to dangerous; sometimes in the time it takes to click your fingers. Good calmers improve brain function and enable horses to understand their environment. Unfortunately, common deficiencies in modern horse diets mean that many (possibly more than 80%) are brain impaired due to a lack of some very simple nutrients.The upside of this is that appropriately supplementing these horses is likely to be very beneficial for both their welfare and their performance. CHELATED CALCIUM – MAINTAINING NERVE CELLS READY FOR WORK Without doubt, calcium is the most important nutrient for brain function. In simplistic terms, the inside of a resting nerve cell is a calcium-free zone.The animal invests a huge amount of energy in maintaining this.When the cell needs to fire, a big pulse of calcium is ‘pumped’ into the cell to ‘switch it on’.This calcium is then ‘pumped’ back out again. Our research (supported by biochemists who have studied the transport of ions across cell membranes) strongly suggests that calcium in chelated form has an important role in this process. This explains why chelated calcium works to improve brain function, because it helps maintain the animal’s nerve cells ready to fire when needed. Chelated calcium+ works incredibly well as a calmer because it enables the brain to function properly and allows horses to be good risk assessors so they are less distracted, better Good focused and easier to train.

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MAGNESIUM – THE GOOD AND THE BAD Compared to the incredible control processes in place for calcium, magnesium is very difficult to manage within the body. Feed a lot and blood magnesium levels will rise; feed too little and they drop*. Magnesium has more than 300 jobs in the body, but the most important for nerve and brain function is the provision of energy in the form used at a cellular level. Insufficient magnesium leads to insufficient energy and poor brain function. Poor brain function leads to difficult behaviour as the animal is unable to evaluate its surroundings properly.

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Olympic Team Champion Laura Bechtolsheimer says: “Alf (Mistral Hojris) has always been a highly sensitive horse to compete. I believe that finding a supplement that keeps him calm without increasing his magnesium levels has enabled me to have a horse that remains on the ball and sensitive without being so easily distracted or tipped over the edge.” Alf and all the other dressage horses on Laura’s yard have been supplemented with EquiFeast’s Magnesium Free Cool, Calm & Collected since the beginning of 2012. Some get OptiMax (tryptophan) strategically.


TRYPTOPHAN – THE CHILL-OUT MESSENGER This limiting amino acid is used by the brain to make the neurotransmitter serotonin. Serotonin is a messenger used in the parts of the brain associated with a sense of wellbeing and calmness. Serotonin is also used to produce the hormone melatonin, which is used by the brain when the animal wants to sleep. So you might think that tryptophan risks sedating a horse. However, our experience is the opposite*. Horses on large doses of tryptophan can certainly look so chilled out that you think they are sedated. Yet they actually come to their work in a really good frame of mind. So we believe that tryptophan enables the horse to produce serotonin, but does not force it to make melatonin. Horses suffering from a magnesium deficiency will therefore be ‘calmed’ by an increase of dietary magnesium as that leads to improved brain function. Interestingly, although you need much less if you feed a chelated calcium supplement, inorganic magnesium supplements (like magnesium oxide) work perfectly well. This is a contrast to the calcium situation where limestone and other traditional additives used by feed companies seem to have no effect on brain function and may lead to problems like kidney stones while chelates are both safe and effective. Many feed firms and academics have argued that all you need to do is reduce starch and increase fibre and horses would be well behaved. Often, they argued that magnesium was totally unproven as a calmer so should be avoided. Yet these days many feed companies add large amounts of magnesium to their feeds or use ingredients with naturally high magnesium levels. This approach to ‘calming’ can have a negative effect on behaviour. This is because excess magnesium blocks the calcium receptors on nerve cells, impairing normal function. This can lead to horses that are sedated in a relaxed environment, but explosive under stress. Calinnova’s trials suggest that the provision of chelated calcium not only improves brain function in its own right, but also helps the horse to control its blood magnesium level (up or down as necessary). But this effect is limited if nutritional intake of magnesium is too high.* Almost all competition horses are being fed balancers or concentrates with plenty or even excessive levels of magnesium. So adding pure magnesium supplements can only lead to the Jekyll and Hyde behaviour.

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EquiFeast is the only supplement supplier to have access to the studies referred to in this article, giving it the ability to help you identify the best blend of nutrients to help your horse to concentrate, focus and make good decisions. This leads to improved training, better results and safer hacking. EquiFeast helps riders from happy hackers to gold medallists. To receive a 25% introductory discount, quote BD25OFF when you order by phone (01453 836974) or use it as a code when ordering online. This offer expires on 28 February 2013. +The use of chelated calcium to improve behaviour and performance is protected by worldwide patents. Contact www.EquiFeast.com or advice@EquiFeast.com, or call 01453 836974 to discuss your horse and its requirements. *Calinnova Ltd has carried out trials on horses, taking blood samples before, during and after introducing ‘calming supplements’. Monitoring their behaviour and the blood results has revealed a lot of useful information. In addition, it now has a database of more than 2,000 horses introduced to calming supplements containing chelated calcium and varying amounts of magnesium and tryptophan. This database is by far the largest survey of horse calmers ever developed.

Olympic rider and European team bronze medallist Nicola McGivern says: “I have now used Cool, Calm & Collected on a number of horses for different reasons… this is not a ‘normal’ calmer! It seems to work with the horse and his temperament, with a bit of tweaking here and there if required. I cannot recommend the product more highly… a horse that was getting super excited with learning new changes became focused and rideable and a spooky, sensitive horse arrived at his first ever competition and took it all in his stride. Wow!”

Did you know?

• Chelated calcium allows the brain to work as nature intended and is very commonly deficient in modern horse diets. This makes it the most important ‘calmer’ nutrient around, with no ability to sedate or excite. • Tryptophan is excellent for horses with a memory of previous stressful environments, but is best used strategically. Large doses are safe and effective, but can almost certainly be reduced as the horse’s confidence improves. • Magnesium should be used with care. Consult EquiFeast’s free advice service before purchasing your next calmer. • EquiFeast has carefully monitored more than 2,000 horses on supplements containing all three of these ingredients and is uniquely placed to advise on the most likely blend to help your horse.

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Keep up to date with the latest notices from British Dressage – and for up-to-the-minute news and views from British Dressage, head online to www.britishdressage.co.uk

NEED TO KNOW 2013 RULE CHANGES

TRAINING SECTIONS – RULE 16 Following feedback from members, the decision regarding the future of training sections has been put on hold and we will be asking for some specific feedback from members in due course. There was a particularly strong feeling from members that there is great benefit in being able to use training sections to qualify for Area Festivals and the rules & fixtures committee has taken this on board. Therefore, BD can announce that sheets from training sections can be used for Area Festival qualification in 2013. We will, however, maintain the rule which states that no rosettes or prize money will be awarded for training sections, unless the organiser wishes to do so. Please also remember that, in 2013, three sheets of 62% or above are required to qualify for Area Festivals at prelim to elementary. MEDIUM RESTRICTED QUALIFICATION PERCENTAGE – RULE 117 There is a mistake in the rule book in the table on page 56. The percentage required for medium restricted qualification should read 63% and not 36%. NEW PARA TESTS The FEI has brought out some new para tests. Unfortunately, they were only able to announce this after the rule book had gone to print. The new tests will be used from 1 April 2013 onwards in all BD para competitions. The tests are available to download from the FEI website. HALF MARKS Following detailed discussions, BD can now announce that the use of half marks will be introduced at all levels from 1 December 2013. Having been in use throughout 2012 for national and international FEI level classes, BD is now confident that half marks should be extended to cover all levels of competition within the BD structure. To allow for sufficient time for judges, scorers and organisers to prepare themselves for the use of the new marking system, BD is allowing a substantial lead period. The new system will come into force with the new rule book. The new 2013 para rule changes surrounding grading of riders and championships will be effective from the restart of each championship in 2013. The first competition adhering to the new rules will be the 2013 KBIS National Championship. These amendments are also available to download from the BD website.

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2013 PARA RULE AMENDMENTS Over the course of 2012, the para committee reviewed the rules for para-equestrian in response to feedback received from para riders. The new 2013 rules have emphasis on greater inclusion for para riders, giving more opportunity and less exclusivity. The outcome is that we have introduced a grading system for para riders, similar to the dressage grading system. Therefore, there are no longer ‘open’ and ‘restricted’ para rider groups – just grades. Depending on what competition experience the rider has will depend on what rider grade they are, as below: Grading of para riders Group A: Riders who have competed in a CPEDI**** (European/World/ Paralympic) after 1 April 2004, full competing BD members Group B: Riders who have competed in a CPEDI*** after 1 April 2010, full competing BD members Group C: Riders who have competed in a CPEDI** and/or British Dressage Para Equestrian Open Championship after 1 April 2010, full competing BD members Group D: Riders who have competed at a British Dressage Para Equestrian Restricted Championship and/or CPEDIJ/YR after 1 April 2010, full competing BD members Group E: Riders who have not competed at a British Dressage Para Equestrian Championship after 1 April 2010 How does this affect para competitions? The main difference is that championships will have a restricted and open section in the true sense of the word. So any para rider can have a go at qualifying for an open championship, whereas restricted championships will be for grade C-E riders only. Riders will simply need to enter the qualifying class for the corresponding championship that they are aiming for. JUDGES AMENDMENTS

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KBIS National Championship This is an open championship, so any rider can qualify. There is a new percentage that riders need to score at a qualifying competition in order to qualify. This is now 64%. Para Equestrian Summer Championships at Hickstead and Winter Championships at Hartpury Riders will still qualify on a points system and any rider can qualify for the open championship, whereas Grade C-E riders can only qualify for the restricted. Warm-up classes will not carry qualifying points. Riders need 12 points to compete at open level and 10 points to compete at restricted. How do you collect points? When results are entered on to the office database, horses and riders accumulate points according to the percentage achieved. The table below, which is the same for all dressage competitions, details the points earned for the relevant percentage. Those who compete in dressage competitions will be familiar with this system. 60.00-61.99% 1 point 62.00-63.99% 2 points 64.00-65.99% 3 points 66.00-67.99% 4 points 68.00-69.99% 5 points 70.00-71.99% 6 points 72.00% and above 7 points As an example, Ricky Balshaw is trying to qualify for the Para Equestrian Summer Championships and scores the following percentages: 65% (3 points), 64.5% (3 points), 66.8% (4 points), 64% (3 points). This gives him a total of 15 points. He is a Group A rider, so he is therefore qualified for the open championships. As the qualifiers for 2013 Hickstead and Winter Championships are already running, the first championship that these new rules will affect is the 2013 KBIS Championship. Para Talent Development 16-17 March 2013 at Vale View EC, Leics The competition aims to be a friendly event to encourage the novice rider. The new format will include test riding, with marks awarded for riding ability, as opposed to the horse’s way of going. Contact Amy Cullen, para dressage officer, amy.cullen@britishdressage.co.uk


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REGIONAL ACTIVITY

An at-a-glance guide to what’s happening in your area, with new dates constantly added online. To find out more, head to the regional pages at www.britishdressage.co.uk Details of regional activity are sent out regularly by email from each RDO. If you would prefer to receive details by post, please contact your RDO CENTRAL

RDO: Kim Moloney, Foxden House, Main Street, Grendon Underwood, Bucks HP18 0SH Mob: 07789 938307 Email: kim.moloney@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Andrea Hessay 01527 61433 Coaching: Jenny Ward 01604 842051 Rider training rep: contact Kim Moloney BYRDS: Maria Leeson 07983 456420 Judges: Joyce Head 01296 661444 Para equestrian: Waveney Luke 01865 874440 Members: Danielle Gautrey 07940 040075 Marketing: Wesley Morrissey 07765 001115

Regional camp: It is that time of year again! We are running two camps on 4-5 May 2013 (arrive pm, 3 May) at one of the most prestigious venues in the country – Addington Manor Equestrian Centre, Bucks. One camp is for BYRDS riders and the other for senior riders. This camp is open to all levels of horse and rider, members and non-members. We have the very best coaches with outstanding credentials that speak for themselves. BYRDS: Nicky Barrett, Carol Bennitt and Henry Boswell. Seniors: Andrew Bennie, Andrew Gould, Dan Sherriff, Becky Moody and Jill Day. All have a wealth of knowledge and coach from intro to grand prix. As well as three coaching sessions, you will also have test riding, pilates and sports psychology workshops. On Friday night we all get together for our champagne reception with finger buffet, and Saturday night is our famous gala evening with international coach and BD director of training David Hunt. Camp is a super opportunity to meet up with friends old and new, spend quality time with your horse and learn from the very best. One word of warning: our camps fill up quickly and we will be limited on places, so please do apply early. Email kim.moloney@britishdressage. co.uk for the programme, stating whether you are a BYRDS rider or senior rider. Regional training: Can you believe how lucky we are? David Hunt, international coach, has kindly agreed to give us more coaching dates: 28 January, 18 March and 25 March at Brampton Stables, Church Brampton, Northamptonshire NN6 8BH, courtesy of the Ward family. David is on the FEI committee and is also director of training for BD. David will coach all levels from prelim to grand prix and impart his knowledge upon you! The days are open to all and can be used in your portfolio for those working towards the UKCC L2 and L3. £70 private lesson. Spectators £15. Coffee, tea and biscuits available free of charge. Please feel free to bring along a packed lunch. All lessons are indoors and the day commences at 9am and ends around 5pm, although you do not have to stay for the whole day. Please book early to avoid disappointment. To book, please email kim.moloney@britishdressage.co.uk

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EASTERN

RDO: Katharine Perry, 2 Herons Farm Cottages, Herons Lane, Fyfield, Essex CM5 0RQ Tel: 01277 899589 Mob: 07872 603871 Email: katharine.perry@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Rachel Hillier 01379 740158 Coaching: Dan Sherriff 01992 511529 Rider training rep: Paul Hayler 01245 421203 BYRDS: Eleanor Collins 01371 811330 Judges: Pam Bushell 01234 721140 Para equestrian: Barbara Angel 01371 811146 Members: Hayley Liddiard 01277 890420

Social media and events: The Eastern region Facebook page is now up and running! More than 100 likes in the first two days and rising. So if you have not already had a look, come on over! We are aiming to keep this page up to date with information, dates and reports. There are pictures of past events, and it is a great forum for you to interact with us in the region, and with other members, too. This is another step towards better communication with our members, and comes on the back of a very successful members’ meeting held recently at Earlsway Farm in Suffolk. Nearly 30 intrepid members turned out on a cold night to hear what is going on in their region. Some lively discussion took place and some great ideas came out of the meeting, as well as feedback that we will be taking back to the relevant technical committees. Hot topics included the new judge upgrading system, school rules – and how to get riders to understand and abide by them in warm-up arenas – lifting the anonymity on the forums and how to encourage new members into BD. We are in the process of setting up more of these meetings for other parts of the region in early 2013, so do look out for details of one near you. Many 2013 dates are now finalised, and, by the time you are reading this, will all be available on our web page, so put them in your diaries and see you soon at a clinic, camp, show or DVD evening!

NORTHERN

RDO: Sarah Huntridge, 1 Chapel Garth, Markington, Harrogate HG3 3NY Mob: 07783 791191 Email: sarah.huntridge@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Jane Peberdy 01162 784466 Coaching: Vikki Hayton 07860 276578 Rider training rep: Heidi Hutchinson 07967 446171 BYRDS: Nicky Sanderson 07738 461658 Judges: Gwyneth Lewis 07710 021279 and Sue Staines 01162 478907 Para equestrian: Cathy Burrell 07912 448732 Members: Lara Dyson 07920 452739 Marketing: Sian Lawson 07971 400153

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New committee members: The Northern region welcomes two new members to the regional committee: Sian Lawson (marketing representative) and Nicky Sanderson (BYRDS representative). Dr Sian E M Lawson holds a First Class BSc in Equine Science from the University of Bristol and a PhD in Clinical Biomechanics from the University of Oxford. She has been an invited speaker on equine biomechanics on six continents. Sian currently lectures at Edinburgh, Nottingham Trent and Newcastle universities, supervises the occasional PhD, is the external examiner for Bristol University, and is a core contributor and blogger for Horse & Hound. She has two children, lives in Northumberland and competes her horse at BD novice level. Nicky Sanderson, who lives in York with her family, is a Pony Club and riding club instructor, and team selector for both. She is also a freelance coach, coaching all types of riding activities, but specialises in dressage. Alongside her coaching, Nicky rides, trains and competes. She has trained dressage, showing and event horses to advanced levels, with some going on to FEI and representing Great Britain. She has previously competed up to prix st georges level and is also a BD trainee judge. Regional teams 2013: Here are the following opportunities: Senior, BYRDS and Para Home International, Senior and BYRDS Inter Regional and BD Sheepgate Under-25s Championships. Open to all riders from prelim to PSG who fulfil the regional selection policy (three regional training days and BD results). To register your interest in participating, please fill in the application form on the regional web page. You will also be required to attend a viewing day or regional selection competition. Details can be found on the regional web page. Regional camp: For seniors (twice a year) and BYRDS (three times a year). Open to all riders from intro to PSG, at Willerby Hill Competition Yard – social, fun, lessons, test riding, workshops and demonstrations. BYRDS camp 1, 1-3 February and senior camp 1, 8-10 March. Information and application forms on the regional web page or by post (send an SAE to 1 Chapel Garth, Markington, Harrogate HG3 3NY). BD venues: Information on the region’s BD venues available on the regional web page. Stay in touch: Keep BD Northern updated with your results, news and exciting stories. Contact the region’s marketing representative, Sian Lawson: sian@ equinemechanics.com or join the region’s Facebook page ‘The Official British Dressage Northern Region Group’.

NORTH WEST

RDO: Lou Jones, 11 Suffolk Way, Fazeley, Staffs B78 3XDT Mob: 07968 819406 Email: lou.jones@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Judith Harris 01885 400320 jharris256@btinternet.com Coaching: Helen Bradley 01995 643115 Rider training rep: Sue Harcombe 01568 760649 BYRDS: Dr Moira Lafferty 07808 924695 Judges: Sarah Leitch 01432 820510 Para equestrian: Sarah Sneyd 07813 504318 Members: Helen Bradley 01995 643115

The North West committee would like to wish all NW members a very Happy New Year. Judge update: The NW region is delighted to announce that Isobel Wessels will be conducting the list 5, 6 and trainee regional seminar on 18 February at Reaseheath College. Visit the regional web page for an application form and more information. New for 2013: The NW region has an exciting line-up for the year ahead – this will include three more ‘Have a Go’ days for new members. After piloting it in 2012, the NW gained 30 new members over the two days. Great news! We will be running a similar format for ‘Have a Go’ days – members, just so you don’t feel left out. It will involve a training session followed by a test ride, plus a goody bag! Look out for flyers and more information very soon. Regional activities: There will be more talks provided throughout the year and a general refreshment of activity as a whole. An InterCounty Challenge is being organised for the grass-roots riders in the region – more information coming soon. After the success of the first members’ meeting in November, we are listening, and the committee and I welcome your feedback – keep it coming! Regional training: Are you interested in being part of the NW teams? Start planning your regional activity. Remember, you only need two mounted sessions and one unmounted. Everything that is advertised on the NW web page is classed as a regional activity. So visit the NW web page to find out who’s training and what’s on in your area. PARA AND BYRDS ACTIVITY For details, visit www.britishdressage.co.uk/ your_regions/north_west_region ALL MEMBERS To ensure you are up to date with the latest information about your region, please contact your RDO if you are not receiving emails or newsletters. North West has a Twitter account under @BDNorthWest and a Facebook page. Updates are published on the NW web page with details of training and activities.


SCOTLAND

RDO: Cecilia Gladwyn, Clochcan House, Auchnagatt, Ellon, Aberdeenshire AB41 8TD Mob: 07584 147258 Email: cecilia.gladwyn@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Les Smith 01578 740281 Coaching: Diana Zajda 01764 663507 Rider training rep: Anne Millar 01835 830200 BYRDS: Victoria Gladwyn 07771 885788 Judges: Mary Hope 01312 258245 Para equestrian: Hannah Beckmann 01324 810128 Members: Jackie Gray 01506 884560 Marketing: Susan Fox 01324 403226

Charlie Hutton training at Fountain Equestrian: 30 March and tbc (Aberdeen) 31 March. Contact RDO or see regional web page for details and further dates. The 2012 trophy winners for Scotland are: SEA Performance Directorate Scottish Dressage Points Trophy – Jo Hamilton/Corchapin; Hunter Trophy for rider over 40 with most points – Laurie Carnie/Soundtrack II; Veteran Trophy for horse over 16 with most points – Soundtrack II; Trophy for the highest placed horse at the Espayo National Dressage Championships – Corchapin; Trophy for the highest placed horse at the NAF Five Star Winter Dressage Championships – Vivaldi V; Trophy for the highest placed rider at the Petplan Equine Area Festival Championships – Kate Paskins/Rondo Capriole and Laura Donaldson/ Winnipeg B; Spens A Squad Trophy – Carmen Gammie/Champagne Bubbles; Taylor B Squad Trophy – Alice Strang Steel/Manus; Les Smith C Squad Trophy – Abbie Clark/Golly Gosh II; Gladwyn Fledgling Trophy – Kendal Bow/Paintball Magic.

SOUTHERN

RDO: Sharon Walker, Greenacres Farm, Sissinghurst Road, Biddenden, Kent TN27 8EH Mob: 07894 232358 Email: sharon.walker@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Dan Watson 07710 747341 Coaching: Leanne Wall 01622 716176 Rider training rep: Emma McGurk 07866 020263 BYRDS: Nicci Hill 07595 272601 Judges: Kirsty Mepham 01825 750588 Para equestrian: Joyce Wood 01795 890727 Members: Sarah Jane Roth 07990 526138 and Samantha Mabb 07971 871888

Surrey; 2 March Islay Auty/Hammerwood, Sussex; 2 March Mechanical Horse/ Michelle Cogger, Hammerwood; 9 March Leanne Wall/Cobham Manor; 10 March Zoe Colgate/Surrey; 10 March Mark Ruddock/ Whitewood Equestrian, Surrey; 16 March Leanne Wall/Cobham Manor; 30 March Sharon Edwards/Bombers Farm, Kent.

SOUTH WEST

RDO: Amanda Heath, Rosudgeon, Brockhampton, Swindon Village, Glos GL51 9RS Mob: 07894 232355 Email: amanda.heath@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Alicia Anderson 01300 345149 Coaching: Anne Tezer 07890 012474 Rider training rep: Tessa Thorne 01666 575419 BYRDS: Helen Griffiths 07850 801254 Judges: Sue Petty 07774 298806 Para equestrian: Juliet Seal 01794 885795 and Nick Rodgers 01242 253226 Members: Anthea Webb 01452 814039

Judges training: We are excited to be running three unaffiliated judge training courses in the spring. Whether you are already judging unaffiliated, or would like to make the first steps to becoming a judge, these days are for you. They will take place on 6 March, 4 April and 7 May, and will be taken by Alicia Anderson in Dorset. Each course will consist of three sessions, from prelim to elementary. Cost is £20 for each session or £45 for the day. For further details, please see the South West region web page.

WALES

RDO: Sue Harrison, Maes y Gwenith, Llanvair Discoed, Chepstow, Monm NP16 6LN Tel: 07894 232359 Mob: 07894 232359 Email: sue.harrison@britishdressage.co.uk Chairman: Stephen Arnett 01291 673206 Coaching: Stephen Arnett 01291 673206 Rider training rep: Paul Davies (North Wales) 01745 560196 BYRDS: Jenny Parnell 07963 104889 Judges: Sharon Clinch 07841 580411 Para equestrian: Veronica Bower 01492 572868 Members: Debbie Davies 07810 551797

Regional camp: A first for the Southern region – we are holding a two-day camp at The College, Keysoe, for both BYRDS and seniors! Date: 20-21 April. Contact Sharon Walker for more details.

Regional activities: The many events and training dates planned for 2013 include: 12-13 February BYRDS Camp/David Broome Event Centre 4-5 April Senior Camp/Lluest, Aberystwyth 25-27 May Welsh Festival of Dressage/ Pencoed College 7-9 June Welsh Dressage Championships/ David Broome Event Centre 5-6 August Summer Regional Championships/David Broome Event Centre 17-19 August Petplan Equine Area Festival/ Cel Aeron Equestrian Centre 28-29 August Summer BYRDS Camp/ David Broome Event Centre 28-29 August Summer Senior Camp/ David Broome Event Centre

Regional training: 10 February Leanne Wall/Cobham Manor; 16 February Leanne Wall/Cobham Manor; 16 February Sharon Edwards/Bombers Farm, Kent; 21 February Mark Ruddock/Whitewood Equestrian,

Stay in touch: Would you like to be kept informed of everything that British Dressage is doing in Wales? If so, please send your email address to sue.harrison@britishdressage.co.uk

JUDGE TRAINING Important information: To remain on the Judges Panel, all judges should attend one regional judge training seminar at the correct level every two years and one official judge training session at the correct level every year. Only in exceptional circumstances will this be waived. If you are unable to fulfil the above requirements, you must write to the office stating your reasons for not attending and you may request dispensation to attend at a different level. For further information on Judge Training, please see the British Dressage website, www.britishdressage.co.uk. PLEASE NOTE THE CLOSING DATE FOR ALL JUDGE TRAINING IS SEVEN DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT. Unless otherwise stated, costs are £12/session and £15/seminar. To book, contact RDO. Please send a separate cheque for each session. CENTRAL Separate cheques for each session payable to British Dressage with course and contact details on the reverse please and send to Joyce Head, Central Judge Delegate, Fiddlers Green, Marsworth, Nr Tring, Bucks HP23 4ND, email joyce@littlelondonend.com or telephone 01296 661444 17 Feb Trainer judge TBC/Moulton College, Northants NN3 7RR/Nov-Elem/£12 11 Mar Nereide Goodman/Wellington Riding EC, Hants RG27 0LJ/Med-Adv Med 26 Mar Gill Drew/Crofton Manor EC, Hants PO14 3EW/Nov-Elem We have many other judge training dates to include DVD evenings, young horse seminars and judge training at shows. All training is spread around the region. We also have regular seminars open to all levels. For the latest information, please visit: www.britishdressage. co.uk/your_regions/central_region

3 May Stilebridge/Kirsty Mepham/Elem 1-2 Jun Hickstead/TBA/Novice 18-22 Jun Hickstead/Premier League/PSG SOUTH WEST 22 Feb Jane Peberdy/MOCK EXAM/ Summerhouse/Elementary & Advanced Medium/£45 26 Feb Sue Petty/Queen Camel/ DVD and discussion group 3 Mar Jane Peberdy/MOCK EXAM/ Hartpury/PSG/£45 5 Mar David Trott/Knockdown, Tetbury/ lists 3a, 3 and 4 seminar/£15 14 Apr Linda Whetstone/MOCK EXAM/ Kingston Maurward/Novice & Medium/£45

NORTH WEST DVD Evenings – Series 2 Through the eye of the Judge – each session costs £12 5 Feb Helen Bradley/Inglewhite Lodge/ Preston/lists 5, 6 and trainees SCOTLAND 12 Mar Helen Bradley/Inglewhite Lodge/ Please contact Cecilia Gladwyn or check Preston/lists 3a, 3 and 4 the Scotland regional web page for dates. 13 Mar Judith Harris/Bromyard/Herefords/ lists 3a, 3 and 4 NORTHERN Judge training 10–13 Feb Trainers TBC/Northern Winter 19–24 Feb Judges TBC/Myerscough Winter Regionals at Bishop Burton, Beverley, Regionals/Novice-Adv Med E Yorks/Nov-Med 6–10 Mar Judges TBC/Myerscough Premier 25–26May Linda Whetstone/Etal Charity League/Adv Med-Inter l Show, Etal, Northumberland/ Regional judges seminar novice and elementary 18 Feb Isobel Wessels/Reaseheath College/ 27 May Inter Regional Judges Quiz/ Cheshire/lists 5, 6 and trainees. Willerby Hill, Beverley, E Yorks To reserve a place on any of these judge training sessions, please WALES contact the RDO. TBC Feb Scales of Training demo/Clive Halsall/ For further details and more dates, visit Northop College/contact Jean Owen www.britishdressage.co.uk/your_regions/ jeanowen287@btinternet.com north_west_region 01492 650783 National judge training opportunity 8 May Sue Petty/David Broome Event 20 Mar Andrew Gardner and Isobel Wessels/ Centre/Nov-Elem/contact Jean Owen National Judges Convention/ 30 Jun Marian Bach/4 in a car/Nov-Elem/ Bury Farm EC, Bucks/contact contact Jean Owen Erica Attwood, BD office 14 Jul Moor Farm/Nov-Elem/ RDA Judges training contact Jean Owen 9-10 Mar TBC Clwyd/classifiers course 22 Sep Deeside College/Nov-Elem/ 10 Mar South Bucks RDA contact Jean Owen 15 May Solihull Riding Club SOUTHERN Seminars and events 30 Jul–4 Aug Hickstead/CDI and Young Horse Judges and Coaches table 5 Aug Stephen Clarke & Dane Rawlins/ Hickstead/Music Seminar. Do you want to get started judging freestyle or perhaps practise your skills? This seminar is open to all lists/£15/spring 2013/Belmoredean/lists 3a, 3 and 4 Judge training 26 Jan Bedgebury/TBA/Medium 23-27 Feb Merrist Wood/Winter Regionals/ Novice, Medium & Adv Med 3 Apr Hickstead/TBA/Elem

EASTERN 31 Jan Judy Firmston Williams/Jill Day/ Tests from a judge’s and a trainer’s point of view/The College EC, Keysoe, Beds/7-9pm/£14 2 Feb TBC/Judge Training/Patchetts, Herts/Med-Adv Med/£12 10 Feb TBC/Judge Training/Brook Farm, Essex/Nov-Elem/£12 13 Feb Kim Ratcliffe/Judge Training/The College EC, Beds/AM-PSG/£12 Please also check the Eastern regional web page for more dates. For all the above, please apply to Pam Bushell.

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SCHEDULES >> VENUE LISTING

Venues: 23 February to 31 March 2013

Please find listed below details of Venues with Schedules appearing in the date period covered by this Issue. ICONS INDICATE FACILITIES AVAILABLE AT EACH VENUE, PLEASE CHECK INDIVIDUAL SCHEDULES FOR EXACT DETAILS. Dogs allowed; Stabling available; PJ Practice Judging; PE Para Dressage ; Music RDO – Regional Development Officer: KM Kim Moloney (Central); KP Katharine Perry (Eastern); LJ Louise Jones (N West); SHu Sarah Huntridge (Northern); AH Amanda Heath (S West); SW Sharon Walker (Southern); SH Sue Harrison (Wales); CG Cecilia Gladwyn (Scotland).

ABBEY DRESSAGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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MAR 10, MAR 30 - 31 A: Abbey Dressage, Fiddington House Farm, Fiddington, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 7BJ RDO: MH SEC: Mrs Glenys Hemming E: abbeydressage@hotmail.co.uk W: www.abbeydressage. co.uk Pay: Glenys Hemming Notes: Dogs on leads at all times and must stay within the lorry park. Warm up outdoor on 25x60 Leisure ride surface. Tests on indoor 20x40 Pro-trac and outdoor 20x60. SAE for unaffiliated schedules . Prelim classes will be run as one class. Directions: From M5 J9, exit motorway r/bout and take the A46 towards Evesham. Pass through two sets of traffic lights, take the next right turn before the railway bridge signed Fiddington. Abbey Dressage approx. 2 miles on the right. From the A38 Gloucester - Tewkesbury Road; Turn for Tredington at the Odessa Pub, next left Abbey Dressage is approx 1.5 miles on left.

ADDINGTON MANOR EC, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

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FEB 28, MAR 14 A: Addington Manor Equestrian Centre, Addington, Buckinghamshire, MK18 2JR RDO: KM SEC: Addington Manor E: info@addingtonmanor.co.uk T: 01296 712402 W: www.addintonmanor. co.uk Pay: Addington Manor Equestrian Centre Notes: All classes & warm-up on surfaces. Dogs are NOT allowed in competition or public areas.Training Sections not available. Times now available on the Addington website, but must be collected at correct times. No Lungeing. *£5 start fee will be charged which needs to be included with Entry Fee & returned when competitors collect their sheets. Directions: Addington Manor is clearly signed off the A413 Buckingham to Winslow Road.

AIREVIEW EC, YORKSHIRE

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MAR 17 A: Aireview Farm, Harden Road, Long-Lee, Keighley, Yorkshire, BD21 4TP RDO: SHu SEC: Mr Paddy Ahern, Aireview Farm E: info@aireviewec.co.uk T: 01535 665055 W: www.aireviewec. co.uk Pay: Aireview EC Notes: All classes & working-in on surfaces. Indoor arena 20x40; outdoor arena 20x60. No lungeing. Late entries £5 extra per class if space. Limited stabling available upon request. Directions: Please see www.aireviewec.co.uk for directions.

ALLENS HILL, WORCESTERSHIRE

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MAR 1 - 2, MAR 15 A: Allens Hill Competition & Livery Centre, Allens Hill, Pinvin, Worcestershire, WR10 2DU RDO: LJ SEC: Mr Adrian Smith E: adrian@allenshill.co.uk T: 01386 555616 W: www.allenshill.co.uk Pay: Allens Hill Notes: Outdoor warm up and competition on sand rubber surface 65 x 24, 90 x 54 and 47 x 25. No lunging. Dogs on lead at all times and must stay within the lorry car park. Entries also accepted online using the web link www.allenshill.co.uk. Late entries £2 extra per class if space allows. Entries are limited per class. We will hold a waiting list. No entries on the day. Over night and day stables available. Tel 01386 555616 or email max@allenshill.co.uk to make arrangements. Directions: On the new A44 at Pinvin, 200 metres from the traffic lights in the Worcester direction.

ARENA UK EC, LINCOLNSHIRE

MAR 6, MAR 20 A: Arena UK, Willowtops, Allington Lane, Allington, Lincolnshire, NG32 2EF RDO: SHu SEC: Carol Ramsey W: www.arenauk.org Pay: Arena UK Notes: All warm-up & tests on Andrew Bowen surfaces. Late entries accepted @ £3 extra per test - NO text entries/withdrawals. Directions: Arena UK is just off the A1( use the turn off to Allington ) at Grantham opposite the Gonerby Moor services. Follow the equestrian centre signs.

ASTON LE WALLS, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

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MAR 6, MAR 31 A: Aston-Le-Walls, Washbrook Farm, Aston-Le-Walls, Nr. Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 6RT RDO: KM SEC: Tissie Reason E: info@aston-le-walls.co.uk T: 07721 551713 W: www.astonle-walls.co.uk Pay: Washbrook Farm Ltd Notes: Dogs on lead at all times and must stay within the lorry park. Warm up outdoor on 20x60. Tests on outdoor 45 x 65 fibresand. Late Entries if space £3 per test extra. Directions: Aston-Le-Walls is situated on the A361 between Banbury and Daventry. It is about eight miles from the M40 and 10 miles from the M1.

BADGWORTH ARENA, SOMERSET

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BARLEYFIELDS, DERBYSHIRE

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BEAVER HALL, STAFFORDSHIRE

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BEDGEBURY PARK, KENT

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FEB 23, MAR 23 - 24 A: Badgworth Arena Equestrian Centre, Beech Tree Farm, Badgworth Lane, Badgworth, Somerset, BS26 2QU RDO: AH SEC: Miss Jane Sara Vosper E: info@badgewortharena.co.uk T: 01934 732543 W: www.badgewortharena.co.uk Pay: Badgworth Arena Notes: Indoor arena & 3 outdoor arenas. Dogs on leads only please. Directions: From M5 Exit 22 take A38 towards Bristol. In Lower Weare turn right towards Wedmore and right after hill. MAR 5 A: Barleyfields Equestrian Centre, Ash Lane, Etwall, Derby, Derbyshire, DE65 6HT RDO: SHu E: info@barleyfields.com T: 01283 734798 W: www.barleyfields.com Pay: Barleyfields Equestrian Centre Ltd Notes: Late entries accepted £2 extra per class if space. All tests & warm-up on surfaces. For unaffiliated schedule see website or send SAE. Entries MUST show rider and horse registration numbers. Directions: FROM A50: Junction 5 A516 to Derby. Approx 1 mile towards Derby, Ash Lane on the left signposted Sutton on the Hill. FROM DERBY: A38 towards Burton on Trent. First turning off is A516 to Uttoxeter/Stoke. Follow road for approx 3 miles, straight over the first roundabout (A516) 3/4 - mile right turn is Ash Lane signposted Sutton on the Hill. BARLEYFIELDS is just 20 yards on the right. It will be signposted from the A516. FEB 23, MAR 6, MAR 23, MAR 31 A: Beaver Hall Equestrian Centre, Bradnop, Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 7EZ RDO: LJ SEC: Miss Anne Pearn E: horses@beaverhall.co.uk T: 01538 304433 W: www.beaverhall.co.uk Pay: Beaver Hall Equestrian Centre Notes: Classes will run simultaneously on excellent all weather surfaces. Late entries accepted. SAE for Unaffiliated Schedules. Directions: 3.8 miles from Leek between Bradnop and Bottom Houses. A523 Leek-Ashbourne FEB 23, MAR 6, MAR 23 A: Bedgebury Park, Lady Oak Lane, Goudhurst, Kent, TN17 2SH RDO: SW SEC: Sandie RiceTucker E: sandie@bedgeburypark.com T: 07866 020263 W: www.bedgeburypark.com Pay: Bedgebury Park E.C. Notes: Indoor warm-upon Soft-Track; indoor & outdoor competition arenas. Directions: A21 southbound, take B2079 signed Goudhurst; take drive signed ‘Frank Bell International School’ & follow signs to Bedgebury Park & parking area.

BERKSHIRE COLLEGE, BERKSHIRE

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MAR 9 A: Berkshire College Of Agriculture, Hall Place, Burchetts Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 6QR RDO: KM SEC: Mrs Amanda King E: aking@bca.ac.uk T: 01628 827529 W: www.bca.ac.uk Pay: Berkshire College Notes: All classes in indoor school one arena only. Late entries if space £3 extra per class. Directions: BCA is located just off the A404 linking Junct 8/9 (M4) & Junct 4 (M40). Take the exit for Hurley, Henley, A4130, Burchetts Green; follow the signs for Burchetts Green, BCA is first on the on the right. Immediately after the roundabout. DO NOT FOLLOW SAT NAV! DO NOT ACCESS VIA A4 through Burchetts Green Village.

BICTON ARENA, DEVON

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FEB 28, MAR 23 - 24 A: Bicton Arena, East Budleigh, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7BL RDO: AH SEC: Gemma Cooke E: gemma.cooke@clintondevon.com T: 01395 441162 Pay: Bicton Arena Notes: 2 x Wax Pro Surfaces (90x50 & 72x30). New toilet/shower block. Electric hook-ups available. No lungeing. Dogs must be kept on leads. Late entries £2 per class extra. Directions: Leave the M5 at Junction 30; at Sandygate roundabout take exit onto A376 signed Exmouth, Sidmouth At roundabout take 3rd exit onto A376 signed Exmouth At roundabout take 1st exit onto the B3179 signed Budleigh Salterton. At Four Firs Crossroads straight ahead signed Yettington, East Budleigh. Continue along road, through Yettington until you see Bicton Arena signed. Left through the iron gates, follow private road and follow the parking signs.

BICTON COLLEGE, DEVON

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MAR 2 - 3 A: Bicton College, East Budleigh, Budleigh Salterton, Devon, EX9 7BY RDO: MH SEC: Mrs Michelle Lavin E: michelle.lavin@bicton.ac.uk W: www.bicton.ac.uk Pay: Bicton College Notes: All dogs on leads. All classes & warm up on surfaces. Training competitors welcome. No Lungeing. Late

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SCHEDULES >> VENUE LISTING entries accepted if space at £2 extra per class. Directions: 20 mins from the M5 junct 30, follow signs to Bicton Park. Bicton College will be found on the right hand side, just before Bicton Park. Proceed under the arch gatehouse & up the monkey puzzle avenue. Follow the College signs to the Equestrian Centre.

BIRTLE RIDING CENTRE, LANCASHIRE

MAR 15 A: Birtle Riding Centre, Higher Elbut Farm, Elbut Lane, Birtle, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 7TU RDO: LJ SEC: Miss Sally Ashworth E: birtleridingcentre@yahoo.co.uk T: 0161 764 6573 W: www. birtleridingcentre.co.uk Pay: Birlte Riding Centre Notes: Late entries, if space, £2 extra per class. Refreshments available. Stables available Directions: Situated off the B6222 between Rochdale & Bury. 5 miles from M62, Jct 20; 2 miles from M66 Jct 2. for further details please see www. britleridingcentre.co.uk

BISHOP BURTON COLLEGE, EAST YORKSHIRE

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BLACKDYKE FARM, CUMBRIA

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MAR 9 A: Bishop Burton College, Bishop Burton, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8QG RDO: SHu SEC: Miss Kim Knightley E: kathryn.megan@bishopburton.ac.uk W: www.bishopburton.ac.uk Pay: Bishop Burton College Notes: Late Entry Fee £22 please check availability first. Dogs on leads. Directions: Approx 8 miles from M62 , Bishop Burton is on the A1079 York to Hull Rd, 3 miles West of Beverley. MAR 10 A: Blackdyke Farm & Equestrian Centre, Blackdyke Farm, Cumbria RDO: SHu SEC: Mrs Pam Harrison, Howard House, Carlisle, Cumbria, CA6 6HW E: pam.harrison@fhowardhouse.co.uk W: www.blackdykefarm.info Pay: Blackdyke Farm Riding & Competition Centre Notes: Tel. Showdays 01228 674633. SEND ENTRIES TO SECRETARY. £2 off each Entry (Max £6 per show) for Blackdyke Farm Competition Club Members. Credit/debit cards - 01228 675000 (office hours). Directions: Blackdyke Farm is off the A7 Carlisle to Longtown road (via M6 J44). Turn left to Newtown at Church 2 miles off J44, 1 mile, then right at T-Junction, then immediately left into Blackdyke Farm.

BLUEGATE HALL FARM, ESSEX

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BOLD HEATH, CHESHIRE

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MAR 9, MAR 30 A: Bluegate Hall Farm, Braintree Road, Great Bardfield, Essex, CM7 4PZ RDO: KP SEC: Ms Charlotte Glover, 2 Wills Ayley Cottages, Saffron Walden, Essex, CB10 2LT E: charlotte@ bluegatehalldressage.co.uk W: www.bluegatehalldressage.co.uk Pay: H.J. Skelton Notes: Warmup Indoors; tests outdoors on surfaces. Lungeing on grass only. Directions: From Gr Dunmow take B1256 (Old A120). Towards Braintree immediately after Palm Trees Pub turn left signed Gt. Sailing. Follow for 5 miles. Bluegate signed from road on right.

BROOK FARM TC, ESSEX

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BROOKSBY MELTON COLLEGE, LEICESTERSHIRE

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BURROWS COURT FARM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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BURY FARM EC, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

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CELAERON DRESSAGE, CEREDIGION

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MAR 10, MAR 31 A: Brook Farm Training Centre, Stapleford Road, Stapleford Abbotts, Romford, Essex, RM4 1EJ RDO: KP SEC: Ms Zoe Millar E: dressage@brookfarmtc.co.uk T: 07595 023326 W: www. brookfarmtc.co.uk Pay: BROOK FARM TC LTD Notes: All times posted on Brook Farm Website. No lungeing. Dogs on leads. Tests indoor arena; warm-up outside on surface. ENTRIES TO VENUE ONLY PLEASE. Directions: 20mins from J26 or J28 of M25 and J7 of M11. From Ongar take A113, straight across Passingford Bridge r/about onto B175, BFTC on left after about 2 miles. From Havering-atte-bower on BFTC is on right as you come out of Stapleford Abbotts just before bus stop layby. MAR 9, MAR 26 A: Brooksby College, Brooksby, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 2LJ RDO: SHu SEC: Mrs Jayne Fytche E: jwalker@brooksbymelton.ac.uk T: 01664 424280 W: www.brooksbymelton. ac.uk Pay: Brooksby Enterprises Ltd Notes: All classes are indoors. Indoor and outdoor warm up available. Late entries accepted if space at £2 extra per class. Directions: Brooksby is between Leicester and Melton Mowbray on the A607.Follow signs to Brooksby Hall, where you will pick up signs for the Equestrian centre. You will leave Hoby Rd near the level crossing and follow the Internal road. Continue through Hall Farm to Hives Farm, you will arrive in the car/lorry park. FEB 23, MAR 2, MAR 20, MAR 23 A: Burrows Court Farm, Nibley Green, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 6AZ RDO: AH SEC: Mrs Rosie Hargan E: burrows.courtfarm@virgin.net T: 01453 542488 M: 07894 470595. W: www. burrowscourtfarm.co.uk Pay: Mrs R Hargan Notes: B & B is available. Late Entries Accepted. Directions: M5 north J14 or M5 south J13. From either Jct go onto A38 heading for Dursley. Turn off the A38 at the signpost for North Nibley and the farm is 2.2 miles on the right. MAR 2, MAR 15 - 17 A: Bury Farm Equestrian Club, Mill Road, Slapton, Nr Leighton Buzzard, Buckinghamshire, LU7 9BT RDO: KM SEC: Farm Bury Secretary, Bury Farm Equestrian Centre, Bedfordshire E: events@ buryfarmestates.co.uk W: www.buryfarmequestates.co.uk Pay: Bury Farm EC Notes: 20% discount on all entries for Members of The Bury Farm Equestrian Club. Bury Farm Equestrian Club Membership cost £5 per person for life. Please print the membership form from our website and send in with your entry form. Late Entries Available at £4 per class. Directions: Head south from Leighton Buzzard on the A4146. (There is a Macdonalds on the corner of the roundabout with the LB by pass and A4146.) As you approach Billington, take first right to Little Billington and Slapton. Follow the road out of Little Billington and just before you reach the sign saying that you have entered the village of Slapton, Bury Farm is on the right hand-side

MAR 17 A: Bold Heath Equestrian Centre, Heath House Farm, Warrington Road, Bold Heath, Widnes, Cheshire, WA8 3XT RDO: LJ SEC: Janet Baker E: janet_e_baker@btconnect.com W: www. boldheath.com Pay: Bold Heath Equestrian Centre encl. SAE Notes: Late entries if space £5 extra per class. Directions: M62, J7 turn on to A57 towards Warrington, we are on the A57 approx 1.5 miles on the right.

MAR 10 A: Celaeron Equestrian Centre, Neuaddlwyd, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, SA48 7RG RDO: SH SEC: Mrs Kelly Webb E: celaeron@hotmail.co.uk T: 01545 574999 W: www.celaeron.co.uk Pay: Celaeron Notes: Dogs on lead at all times and must stay within the lorry park. Late entries £2 extra. Warm up indoors, tests on surface outdoors. Prizes Overall

BOVINGTON, DORSET

FEB 24, MAR 24 A: Centaur Trust, Earlsway Farm Centre, Bramfield, Halesworth, Suffolk, IP19 9AD RDO: KP SEC: Nicky Virgo, E: nicky@centaurtrust.org.uk T: 01986 784225 W: www.centaurtrust.org.uk Pay: See website for details. Notes: Online entries/payment only via www.centaurtrust.org.uk Directions: See Venue Website.

FEB 24, MAR 31 A: Bovington (RAC Saddle Club), Allenby Barracks, Bovington, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 6JA SEC: Sue Cobb E: racsaddleclub@btinternet.com T: 01929 403580 W: www.racsaddleclub.co.uk Pay: The Armour Centre Central Bank Notes: All tests & warm-up on surfaces, small indoor arena available for bad weather. Directions: Bovington is situated 10 miles east of Dorchester off the A35 at Bere Regis and approx 15 miles west of Wimborne off the A31 (in both cases follw signs for the Tank Museum). Grid Ref: SY833885.

BOYTON HALL EC, SUFFOLK

MAR 3, MAR 31 A: Boyton Hall EC, Lindsey Road, Monks Eleigh, Suffolk, IP7 7BB RDO: KP SEC: Isabel John, Boxtree Cottage, Wattisham, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP7 7LA, Suffolk T: 01449 744482 Pay: BHEC Notes: Warm up on 60x40 surface. Late entries £2 extra/class. Directions: B1115 from Stowmarket or Sudbury to Monks Eleigh. For ease of access, please approach via Monks Eleigh and leave via Kersey. See www.bhec.co.uk for directions

BRAHAN, HIGHLAND

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MAR 9 A: Seaforth Riding Centre, Dunglass Farm, Maryburgh, Dingwall, Highland, IV7 8EG RDO: CG SEC: Mrs Elaine Taylor E: iantaylor555@btinternet.com T: 01349 865495 Pay: Seaforth Riding Centre Notes: Warm up outdoors on Rubber. Tests Indoors on Rubber. Directions: From Inverness A9 to Tore A835 to Maryburgh. Left at r/bout. Will be signposted.

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CHECKENDON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, BERKSHIRE

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MAR 6, MAR 9 A: Checkendon Equestrian Centre, Lovegrove`s Lane, Checkendon, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 0NE RDO: KM SEC: Checkendon Equestrian Centre E: linda@checkendonequestrian.co.uk W: www. checkendonequestrian.co.uk Pay: Lovegroves Farm Ltd Notes: Lunging on grass only. Warm-up and tests on rubber surfaces (one competition arena). NO DOGS. Late entries accepted if space £2 extra. Entries are not transferrable to another date. Unaffiliated Dressage is also running on this date SAE to venue. Directions: Checkendon Equestrian Centre is situated between Reading and Oxford. From Reading: Head North on the A4074 towards Oxford for about 7 miles. Turn right signposted for Checkendon past the 4 Horseshoes Pub and then left up Lovegroves Lane. We are on the left.

COBHAM MANOR, KENT

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MAR 9 - 10 A: Cobham Manor EC, Water Lane, Thurnham, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 3LU RDO: SW SEC: Ms Michelle Jarvis E: michelle@cobham-manor.co.uk T: 01622 738497 W: www.cobham-manor. co.uk Pay: MOLI Notes: Sunday competition riding times will be available on FRIDAY NOT Thursday. Late entries £2 per class extra. First Aid £3 per rider. Payment by direct bank transfer accepted. E-mail michelle@cobham-manor.co.uk if posting your entry the week of the show.


Directions: Exit junction 8 (Leeds Castle) of M20. Turn right onto the A20 signposted Bearsted, after 1.25 miles turn right into ‘Roundwell’ and after 500 metres take the next right into ‘Water Lane’. Cobham Manor will be found approx. 1 mile on the right.

COCKSHOT, CHESHIRE

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MAR 31 – APR 1 A: Cockshot Farm Stables, Croft, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 7BX RDO: LJ SEC: Nikki Leyton, Cockshot Farmhouse, Croft, Cheshire, WA3 7BY E: nikki@motique.co.uk T: 07762 325376 Pay: Cockshot Farm Stables Notes: No dogs. No lungeing. Late entries accepted at £2 extra Rosettes to 6th in each section. Limited stabling is available. DO NOT SEND BD Entries to the Venue Address - send to the Secretary Address only please otherwise they may not be received. Thank you. Directions: Entrance off Southworth Lane. J22 M6 N & S. A49 Warrington to end of dual carriageway. Turn Right at roundabout. A49 Newton. 100 yards turn right A573 Golbourne Road. 100 yards turn right Myddleton Lane. 2 miles enter Croft. Centre is on the left.

COLLEGE OF WEST ANGLIA, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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MAR 2 A: College Of West Anglia, Milton, Cambridgeshire RDO: KP SEC: Vicki Smart, College Of West Anglia, Milton, Cambs, CB4 6DB, Cambs E: vsmart@col-westanglia.ac.uk T: 01223 860701 (extn 5042) M: 07506 755534 W: www.cwa.ac.uk Pay: CWA Notes: Indoor warm up 20m x 40m. All tests on outdoor 30m x 60m surface. Hard standing parking. Show Day Prizes in all classes po. Directions: Just off A10 at Milton.

COLRAINE, CORNWALL

FEB 23, MAR 2, MAR 27 A: Colraine Equestrian Centre, Colraine Lodge, Callestick, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9LN RDO: AH SEC: Mrs Zoe Gwennap E: info@colraine.co.uk T: 01872 575080 W: www.colraine.co.uk Pay: Colraine Equestrian Centre Notes: Please enclose a cheque made payable to Colraine with your entry form Limited Directions: A30 (westwards) 5 miles after Carland Cross take right turn signposted Callestick OR A30 (eastwards) 5 miles after Chiverton Roundabout take left turn signposted Callestick. Colraine is situated ½ mile on left.

CROFT RIDING CENTRE DRESSAGE, CHESHIRE

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MAR 1, MAR 29 A: Croft Riding Centre, Spring Lane, Croft, Nr Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 7AS RDO: LJ SEC: Claire Broughton E: info@croftridingcentre.co.uk T: 01925 763715 W: www.croftridingcentre. co.uk Pay: Croft Riding Centre Notes: Hot and cold snacks available. Directions: From the South: M6 Junction 21 straight on at roundabout through 4 small roundabouts. At 5th roundabout take the 2nd exit signed Cinammon Brow. 1st right into Locking Stumps Lane. Then take the 2nd right into Spring Lane. From the North : M6 J 22. Take Warrington sign. 1st left Highfield Lane. At T Junction turn left. After 1 mile turn right at Horseshoe Pub. Then take the 3rd left into New Lane and then the 1st right is Spring Lane.

CROFTON MANOR EC, HAMPSHIRE

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FEB 26 - 27, MAR 9, MAR 26 - 27 A: Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre, Titchfield Road, Stubbington, Near Fareham, Hampshire, PO14 3EW RDO: KM SEC: Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre E: enquiries@croftonmanor. co.uk W: www.croftonmanor.co.uk Pay: Crofton Manor EC Notes: Warm up Indoor/Outdoor arena depending on weather on gel track surface Tests Indoors/ Outdoors two arenas running concurrently on gel track surface Half Halt Cafe. Please put a valid Card Number, Name & Address on the back of your cheque. Directions: Directions from the M27 Junction 9, south bound: Depart for A27 towards Fareham. Turn right onto B3334 towards Stubbington, carry straight on along this road and you will find Crofton Manor Equestrian Centre on the right hand side and signed-posted.

CROW WOOD DRESSAGE, LANCASHIRE

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FEB 27, MAR 13, MAR 27 A: Crow Wood Equestrian, Royle Lane, Burnley, Lancashire, BB12 0RT RDO: LJ SEC: Mr Wayne Marsland E: info@cwequestrian.com T: 01282 471906 W: www.crowwoodequestrian.com Pay: CROW WOOD EQUESTRIAN LTD Notes: Late entries will be accepted if space available - £5 extra per class. Rosettes to 6th in all classes. Directions: Signed from J11, M65.

DUCHY COLLEGE, CORNWALL

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MAR 9 A: Duchy College, Stoke Climsland, Cornwall PL17 8PB RDO: AH SEC: Mrs Nicky Du Plessis E: nicky.duplessis@duchy.ac.uk T: 01579 372235 W: www.duchy.ac.uk Pay: Duchy College Notes: Sec & entries; Miss K Elvidge , address as above. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Contact Org. Stabling limited - £12 per day. Directions: SE of Stoke Climsland. Follow Duchy College signs from A388

EAGLESFIELD EC, KENT

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EAST SOLEY EC, BERKSHIRE

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FEB 28, MAR 7, MAR 21 A: Eaglesfield Equestrian Centre, West Yoke, Ash, Sevenaoks, Kent, TN15 7HT RDO: SW SEC: Sally Rowe, W: www.eaglesfield.net Pay: Sally Rowe Notes: Warm up indoor on Softrack surface. Tests on indoor 20 x 60 Softrack surface. Classes may be limited. Late entries accepted if room £2 fee. Directions: www.eaglesfield.net or 07958 650036 Directions: 8 miles from Dartford Bridge, Nr to New Ash Green, please note 15 miles from Sevenoaks. MAR 10 A: East Soley Equestrian Centre, Stag Hill, Chilton Foliat, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0TX RDO: KM SEC: East Soley EC, Stag Hill, Hungerford, Berks, RG17 OTX E: emma@eastsoley.com W: www.eastsoley.com Pay: East Soley EC 2000 Notes: £2 late entry. No dogs. Outdoor arena for warm up; indoor for warm up when long arena tests. No lunging please. Late entries accepted for additional £2 please contact the secretary. Directions: From M4 Junction 14 right onto A338 Wantage Road. 100yards left onto B4000 Lambourne Road. 2 Miles approx left onto B4001 into Wiltshire on your left.

EASTON & OTLEY COLLEGE, NORFOLK

MAR 17 A: Easton & Otley College, Easton, Norwich, Norfolk, NR9 5DX RDO: KP SEC: Mrs Hilary Francois E: hfrancois@easton-college.ac.uk T: 01603 731577 W: www.easton.ac.uk Pay: Easton & Otley College Notes: No dogs. Outdoor arena for warm up. No lunging please. Stabling by prior arrangement only. Directions: Leave A47 and follow Royal Norfolk Showground signs and Easton; then follow signs for Easton College.

ELAND LODGE, DERBYSHIRE

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ELMS FARM EQUESTRIAN, LINCOLNSHIRE

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EPWORTH EQUESTRIAN, SOUTH YORKSHIRE

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FAIROAK GRANGE EC, BERKSHIRE

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MAR 3 A: Eland Lodge Equestrian, Newborough Road, Draycott In The Clay, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 5HD RDO: SHu SEC: Mrs Sue Small E: sue@elandlodge.com W: www.elandlodge.com Pay: Eland Lodge Equestrian Ltd Notes: Please call 01283 575856 for further information. Large Equestrian & Clothing Store on site. All classes and warm up run very latest Andrews Bowen Pro Wax Olympic Mix surface, installed last Autumn. Dogs welcome on leads. Late Entries £3 extra per class. Rosettes to 6th Stabling can be arranged locally. Directions: Eland Lodge Equestrian is situated off the A515 between Ashbourne and Lichfield just past Draycott-in-the-Clay. It is well sign posted. FEB 24, MAR 10, MAR 24 A: Elms Farm Equestrian, Elms Farm, Frieston Heath Lane, Caythorpe, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG32 3HD RDO: SHu SEC: Miss Trudy Clark E: trudy@elmsfarmequestrian.com W: www. elmsfarmequestrian.com Pay: Elms Farm Equestrian Notes: No Dogs. Please send entries to: Elms Farm Equestrian. Late Entries Accepted. Stabling is available £20 per night. Showers and kitchen on site. Directions: Travelling in a northerly direction from Grantham on the A607 towards Caythorpe, south of the junction with the A17, you’ll come to the village of Frieston. Turn right into Frieston Heath Road. The equestrian centre is at the top of the hill. MAR 3 A: Epworth Equestrian, Scawcett Lane, Epworth, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN9 1LQ RDO: SHu SEC: Mr John Gibbons E: cheryl@epworthequestrian.co.uk T: 01427 872293 W: www. epworthequestrianltd.com Pay: Epworth Equestrian Ltd Notes: Sand/rubber arena & warm up. Return entries with payment to the Secretary Mr John Gibbons. Late entries are accepted. Prize money is po as per rule 42 and rosettes a minimum of 1st, 2nd, 3rd per section per class Directions: We’re located just outside Epworth within the Isle of Axholme in North Lincolnshre and an equal distance from Doncaster, Scunthorpe and Gainsborough. We’re also within easy reach of Lincoln, Hull, York, Leeds and Nottingham with easy access off the M18 and M62/M180 motorways. J1 M180 direction A18 to Scunthorpe. Turn off Right to Sandtoft (sign posted). At Five Ways go straight on to Wroot. Turn Left into Scawcett Lane and follow track and signs. MAR 22 A: Fairoak Grange Equestrian Centre, Fairoak Grange, Ashford Hill, Thatcham, Berkshire, RG19 8BL RDO: KM SEC: Lindsey Dawes E: mail@fairoakgrange.co.uk T: 01635 299367 M: 07803 698333 W: www.fairoakgrange.co.uk Pay: Fairoak Grange Limited Notes: Limited hard standing for parking. Lunging possible by prior arrangement, no dogs. Directions: Ashford Hill is situated on the B3051 between the M4 and M3 off the A339 close to Kingsclere. Approximately 5 miles from Basingstoke,6 miles from Newbury.

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SCHEDULES >> VENUE LISTING FENNING FARM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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FEB 23, MAR 8, MAR 24 A: Fenning Farm, Chapel Lane, Soham Fen, Ely, Cambridgeshire, CB7 5UL RDO: KP SEC: Ros Blackmore E: ros@fenningfarm.co.uk T: 01353 727109 W: www.fenningfarm.co.uk Pay: Fenning Farm or online entries Notes: Late entries accepted £3 extra per class. Dogs welcome on leads. No Lungeing. Directions: From A142 (Newmarket/ Ely Road) turn at Northfield Cross Roads (signed Prickwillow) into Northfield Road which leads into Great Fen Road. After approx. 2.5 miles turn left into Chapel Lane. At top of lane bear right. Please give priority to entering traffic.

FIELD HOUSE, STAFFORDSHIRE

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FEB 28, MAR 7, MAR 21, MAR 28 A: Field House Equestrian Centre, Field House Farm, Birch Cross, Marchington, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 8NX RDO: LJ SEC: Mrs M Snow T: 01283 820310 W: www. fieldhousemarchington.co.uk Pay: Field House Affiliated Dressage Notes: Show day number only 07773 299793. SAE for unaffiliated schedules. Late entries £2 extra. Directions: On the B5017 Uttoxeter to Burton-on-Trent Road. Use the new A50 at Junction 23A when leaving M1.

FOREST EDGE ARENA, NORFOLK

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FEB 27, MAR 13 A: Forest Edge Arena, Drymere, Swaffham, Norfolk, PE37 8AS RDO: KP SEC: Elaine Kemp E: penny@forestedgearena.com T: 01760 722616 W: www.forestedgearena.com Pay: Forest Edge Arena Notes: Arena cafe, drinks, snacks. Payment cash, cheque, card. Stables available day £10 overnight £20 Directions: Forest Arena is situated 3 miles West of Swaffham on the Beachamwell Road. Suggested route in :- From the A1122 Swaffham - Downham Market road, take the turning to Beachamwell, follow the signs to Swaffham. Forest Arenas entrance is situated 2 miles past Beachamwell turn on the left, just past the sign for Drymere.

FOXES RIDING SCHOOL, CHESHIRE

MAR 29 A: Foxes Riding School, Badgers Rake Lane, Ledsham, South Wirral, Cheshire, CH66 8PF RDO: LJ SEC: Miss Anna Davey E: foxes@talk21.com W: www.foxesridingschool.co.uk Pay: Foxes Riding School Ltd Notes: Basic Catering Provided. Late entries accepted at £2 extra per class. Directions: M56 heading towards North Wales, motorway narrows to 2 lanes when approaching n.wales. When on 2 lanes take the 1st exit, A540 Hoylake. Down slip rd, at roundabout take 3rd exit A540 Hoylake. Small traffic lights straight through. Go 1 mile to large traffic lights, straight through, then take 1st turning on right Badgers Rake Lane. Foxes is 1/4 mile down there on left.

GORDON DRESSAGE GROUP, ABERDEENSHIRE

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take Jnct 5 & join A21 towards Tonbridge. From Tonbridge take A26 towards Maidstone. Hadlow College Campus is located on left-hand-side just before Hadlow village.

HALF MOON STUD, DORSET

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MAR 7 A: Half Moon Stud, Forest Lodge Farm, Motcombe, Shaftesbury, Dorset, SP7 9PL RDO: AH SEC: Liz Guy E: julie.deverill@hanoverian.co.uk T: 01747 851685 Pay: Half Moon Stud Notes: Tests & warm up on Protrack surfaces. Tests Indoors. No lungeing. NO DOGS. Late entries £2 per class. Directions: Take B3081 from Shaftesbury for approx. 2 miles past Port Regis School. Turn next right to Motcombe (Do not take 1st turning signed Motcombe off B3081). Half Moon Stud is approx 1 mile on the l/h side.

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FEB 27, MAR 13, MAR 24 A: Hargate Arena, Hargate Fields Farm, Egginton Road, Hilton, Derbyshire, DE65 5FJ RDO: SHu SEC: Miss Claire Smith E: info@hargateequestrian.co.uk T: 01283 730606 W: www. hargateequestrian.co.uk Pay: Hargate Equestrian Notes: For unaffiliated/Trailblazers schedules please send SAE to secretary. Directions: Ring or email for directions etc

HAROLDS PARK FARM, ESSEX

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HARTPURY COLLEGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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HOLMSIDE HALL EQUESTRIAN, DURHAM

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FEB 24, MAR 24 A: Harolds Park Farm, Bumbles Green, Nazeing, Essex, EN9 2SF RDO: KP SEC: The Show Secretary, HPFRC, PO Box 11016, Harlow, Essex, CM20 9JL E: n.mchugh@tesco.net W: www. hpfrc.net Pay: Harolds Park Farm Notes: Entries to Organiser DO NOT send to Venue. Dogs on leads. Please contact Sec. if able to write for Judge. Commanders available £1 per class. Late Entries Accepted £2 extra per class if space. Directions: Junction 26 off the M25. Through Waltham Abbey, follow signs to Nazeing into Bumbles Green. Straight over mini roundabout and the centre is 100 yards on the right hand side. MAR 3, MAR 16 A: Hartpury College, Hartpury House, Nr. Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL19 3BE RDO: AH SEC: Mr Philip Cheetham E: philip.cheetham@hartpury.ac.uk T: 01452 702127 W: www.hartpury. ac.uk Pay: Hartpury College Notes: No lungeing. SAE for unaffiliated schedule . Stabling is available £30 per night. Late entries £3 extra per class if space. Directions: Hartpury is situated off the A417 Ledbury to Gloucester Road. The M5 is 15 minutes drive and the M50 is 20mins drive from Hartpury. The event will be signposted.

MAR 8 - 9 A: The Cabin EC, Ordiefauld, Keithhall, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 0LL RDO: CG SEC: Joyce Owen, Hillhead, Leschangie, Kemnay, Aberdeenshire, AB51 5PP T: 01467 643266 W: www.gordondressagegroup.org.uk Pay: Gordon Dressage Group (cheque only) Notes: THE COMPETITION IS DUE TO COMMENCE AT APPROX 3PM ON FRIDAY and 9AM ON SATURDAY. Unaff schedule on www.gordondressagegroup.org.uk. Numbers may be restricted. Classes may be amalgamated depending on entries. All classes and warm-up on surfaces. Please send entry form to Secretary along with chq only made payable to Gordon Dressage Group . For stabling tel: 01467 624378 Directions: The Cabin Equestrian Centre is located on the B993 Inverurie to Whiterashes road. From Inverurie it is 2.5miles on the left hand side, from Whiterashes it is 3.4miles on right hand side.

FEB 24 A: Holmside Hall Equestrian, Holmside Hall Road, Burnhope, Durham, DH7 0DT RDO: SHu SEC: Ms Denise Quigley E: holmsidedenise@gmail.com W: www.holmsidehallequestrian.co.uk Pay: Holmside Hall Equestrian Notes: Dogs on lead at all times.Indoor & Outdoor arenas 65m x 25m, silica Sand, Rubber fibre and rubber chips. Hot and cold food Avaliable Late entries accepted £2 extra Directions: J63 from A1M signposted Chester Le Street, stay in right lane and take 2nd exit and roundabout, towards CLS market place. Striaght over traffic lights passing Tesco on left. Bendy road for approx 2miles passing through Pelton Fell & Moorings pub, go through Craghead, and straight over crossroads. You will now be able to see 2 wind turbines turn left directly before them. We are located 700m on left.

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HOME FARM EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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MAR 9 - 10 A: Chemin Le Roi Showground, Forest, Guernsey, Channel Islands, GY8 0AX RDO: SW SEC: Helen Walton, Flat 2, Haslemere, St Clements Road, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands, GY1 2BU, Channel Islands E: helenwalton.gdg@hotmail.co.uk W: www.bsjaguernsey.co.uk/ dressage Pay: BS Guernsey Notes: For full schedules including unaffiliated classes please see www.bsjaguernsey.co.uk/dressage. Warm up on sand arena - competition on Martin Collins surface. Please contact us if you require stabling. Please send entries with payment (cheques payable to “BS Guernsey”) to Michelle Robilliard, Les Messurier, Forest, Guernsey, GY8 0ND. Prizes given overall and in accordance with BD Rules. Directions: See venue website.

HADDON EQUESTRIAN CLUB, CHESHIRE

MAR 16 A: Wirral Riding Centre, Haddon Lane, Ness, South Wirral, Cheshire, CH64 8TA RDO: LJ SEC: Ms Pippa Jones (Haddon Eq Club) E: pippa.jones@live.co.uk W: www.haddonequestrianclub. co.uk Pay: Haddon Equestrian Club Notes: No Dogs. No lungeing. Classes start at 1.30pm. Late entries £2 extra. Directions: The centre is off the A540 between Heswall and Chester. Follow the signs for the Ness Botanic Gardens, the entrance to the centre is almost opposite the entrance to the gardens.

HADLOW COLLEGE, KENT

MAR 17 A: Hadlow College, Tonbridge Road, Hadlow, Kent, TN11 0AL RDO: SW SEC: Lucy Holland E: sonia.wilkes@hadlow.ac.uk T: 01732 853257 W: www.hadlow.ac.uk Pay: Hadlow College Directions: From M20 take Jnct 4 & follow A228 until joining A26; head towards Tonbridge. Hadlow College Campus is located just outside Hadlow village on right-hand-side. From M25

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MAR 9 A: Home Farm Equestrian Centre, Home Farm, Brockhampton, Nr Swindon Village, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 9RS RDO: AH SEC: Mrs Jill Rickards E: jilly_m_rickards@hotmail.co.uk T: 01242 248164 W: www.homefarmequestriancentre.co.uk Pay: HFEC (Credit & Debit card payments accepted with extra charge) Please Phone to make payments this way Directions: Take A435 from Cheltenham towards Bishops Cleeve and at GE Aviation traffic lights, turn left onto Hyde Lane. Take 1st right to Brockhampton. At village junction turn right and you will see the sign to the Equestrian Centre. Please refer to our web site www.homefarmequestriancentre. co.uk, for more accurate details. Please DO NOT follow SAT NAV through Swindon Village as road is narrow.

HUNTERS EQUESTRIAN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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FEB 24, MAR 9, MAR 17, MAR 31 A: Hunters Equestrian, Cherry Tree Lane, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5DT RDO: AH SEC: Hunters Equestrian (Sue Inglut) E: dressage@huntersequestrian.co.uk W: www. huntersequestrian.co.uk Pay: S Inglut. Notes: No Dogs. Late entries are £2 extra per class. Directions: Leave the A417 at the Main Cirencester turn off. Take the B4425 Burford Road for 200 metres approx. Turn right at the crossroads signposted Lechlade. Hunters Equestrian is on the left after Hunters Care Home.

ISLE OF MAN DRESSAGE GROUP, ISLE OF MAN

MAR 9 A: The Glebe, Glebe Farm Bungalow, St Marks, Isle of Man, IM9 3AH RDO: LJ SEC: Jenny Moore E: jennywrenrocks@manx.net T: 07624 464631 W: www.iomdressagegroup.co.uk/index.html Pay: IOMDG Notes: No late entries. No Dogs, No Smoking. Directions: From either Douglas or


Ballasalla on A26, arrive St Marks and turn onto B30, immediately left and immediately right onto lane for Venue. Alternatively arriving on B30 from Ballamodha Road, enter St Marks and turn right on to lane for Venue.

ISLE OF WIGHT RIDING CLUB DRESSAGE, ISLE OF WIGHT

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FEB 24 A: Lake Farm, Lake Farm, Rookley, Isle Of Wight RDO: SW SEC: Miss Pamela Gardener, Forest View Stables, Forest Road, Newport, Isle Of Wight, PO30 5QJ E: www.iwridingclub.co.uk T: 07754 950969 W: www.iwridingclub.co.uk Pay: I.W.R.C Notes: No Lungeing All classes Indoors, Outdoor warm up arena. Ample parking. Return entries with payment to the Organiser. Members deduct £1 from entry fee. Directions: Contact Venue.

KEYSOE, BEDFORDSHIRE

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FEB 26, FEB 27, MAR 13, MAR 26, MAR 27 MAR 16 – 17 KEYSOE UNDER 25S – PLEASE SEE SEPARATE BOXED SCHEDULE ON PAGE 83 A: The College Equestrian Centre, Church Road, Keysoe, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK44 2JP RDO: KP SEC: The Show Secretary E: info@keysoe.com W: www.keysoe.com Pay: ‘The College’ one cheque per event Notes: Licensed Cafe on-site. Late Entries £3 extra per class entry. Rosettes to 6th place. Stabling: £25. Day boxes £10. All plus £10 refundable deposit. Bedding available, not included. Directions: From Bedford follow B660 (signs to Kimbolton). In Keysoe turn left into Church road (1 mile past White Horse). From Cambridge/Northampton follow B645 to Kimbolton, then take B660 (Signed Bedford) to Keysoe, then Church Road (on right). We can fax a map.

KINGS EQUESTRIAN, HEREFORDSHIRE

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MAR 5, MAR 23 - 24 A: Kings Equestrian, Sturts Farm, Winslow, Bromyard, Herefordshire, HR7 4SR RDO: LJ SEC: Gerry King E: events@kingsequestrian.co.uk T: 01885 400650 W: www.kingsequestrian.co.uk Pay: Kings Equestrian Notes: Postal & Online Entries will close 4 days prior to the event. Late entries accepted if space & will need to be made by calling the office on 01885 400650. Warm up and competition on excellent sand surfaces. Large indoor arena. Viewing galleries. No Lunging or Dogs. Dennys Diner with varied hot and cold menu. Don’t forget £6.00 extra for a day ticket per class. All Prizes PO. Directions: From Hereford: A465 before entering Bromyard turn left in front of Top Garage signed Tenbury B4214. Take next left to Pencombe. Kings Equestrian is one mile on the right. From A44 Leominster to Worcester take Ledbury/ Hereford road by Hatton Park Stores on Leominster side of Bromyard. Turn next right to Pencombe. Kings Equestrian is one mile on the right.

KINGSBARN EQUESTRIAN, STIRLINGSHIRE

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MAR 8 - 10 A: Kingsbarn Equestrian Centre, Westershieldhill, Falkirk, Stirlingshire, FK1 3AT RDO: CG SEC: Jackie Kemp E: jackie@kingsbarnequestrian.co.uk T: 01324 630404 W: www. kingsbarnequestrian.co.uk Pay: Kingsbarn Equestrian Centre Notes: Please contact Secretary for Unaffiliated Classes. Directions: Leave M9 at junction 4 signed Polmont, go past carwash on right to roundabout in Polmont. Turn left signed HM Prison go to T junction, Turn right. Go to roundabout, turn left signed Shieldhill, follow the road straight through Shieldhill. Kingsbarn is approx 1mile on left opposite Three Kings Bar and restaurant.

KINGSTON MAURWARD, DORSET

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MAR 10, MAR 24 A: Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 8PU RDO: AH SEC: Miss Julie Rickman, Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 8PY E: julie.rickman@kmc.ac.uk W: www.kmc.ac.uk Pay: Kingston Maurward College Notes: No Lungeing All tests and warm up on surfaces. Temp Stabling £30 Per night. Directions: 1 mile west of Dorchester on the A35 Poole/ Bournemouth Road.

KINGSWOOD EC, STAFFORDSHIRE

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MAR 15 - 16 A: Kingswood Equestrian Centre, County Lane, Albrighton, Staffordshire, WV7 3AH RDO: LJ SEC: Kingswood Equestrian Centre W: www.kingswoodec.com Pay: Kingswood Equestrian Centre Notes: No Dogs No Lungeing. For full details on the centre see our website. Credit cards accepted. Online entry preferred & available until 5 days prior to show if space allows. Directions: Situated just off the A41, about 3 miles from J3 of the M54 - head towards Wolverhampton.

LADYLEYS DRESSAGE, ABERDEENSHIRE

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MAR 23 A: Ladyleys Equestrian Centre, Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, AB51 0DR RDO: CG SEC: Morven Gibb E: gibb439@btinternet.com W: www.LadyleysRidingClub.com Pay: Ladyleys Event Club Notes: All classes indoor on a premier mixed fibre surface 25X60 school. Warm up outdoors on rubber surface 45x65. Parking on hard surface and grass. Late entries £2 surcharge. Directions: For directions & Unaffiliated Classes SAE to Secretary of see the location link.

LANE FARM EQUESTRIAN, NORTHUMBERLAND

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MAR 24 A: Lane Farm Equestrian, Bedlington Lane Farm, Bedlington, Northumberland, NE22 6AA RDO: SHu SEC: Pam Kitchell, E: info@lanefarmequestrian.co.uk T: 01670 823042 W: www. lanefarmequestrian.co.uk Pay: WL Straughan & Son Ltd Notes: Late entry fee £2.00 space permitting, late entries cannot be guaranteed so please try to enter before closing date. Dogs must be on leads & stay within the lorry park. Directions: Exit A1 at Stannington Junction & take Stannington Station Road. At T-Junction turn right onto A192. After 1 mile turn left onto Hartford Road (1068) & continue until you see sign for Lane Farm Equestrian on left.

LLUEST EQUINE CENTRE, CEREDIGION

MAR 16 A: Lluest Equine Centre, IBERS, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, SY23 3AL RDO: SH SEC: Hannah Appleton E: htt@aber.ac.uk Pay: Lluest Equine Notes: ‘Mid Wales SY23 3AL. Hot drinks available; limited stabling available. Directions: Approaching Aberystwyth on the A44 at the mini roundabout in the village of Llanbadarn Fawr turn RIGHT up Primrose Hill. Go past the main entrance to the campus and then turn first Right at the top of the hill.

LOWER STOCKLANDS, CARDIFF

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LVFRC, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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FEB 23 A: Lower Stocklands Farm, Croft Y Gennau Road, St Fagens, Cardiff, CF5 6DR RDO: SH SEC: Mrs Jane John T: 01446 760202 W: www.lowerstockland.com Pay: Mr R John Notes: Late entries £2 extra if space. Directions: From M4 take jnc 34 towards Llantrisant, take right at Groesfaen (1st set of traffic lights) on A4119 3 miles right turn and follow signs for St Fagans. 400yrds on the right sign Stockland Farm. FEB 23, MAR 23 A: Cheltenham Race Course, Cheltenham RDA School, Prestbury Park, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire RDO: AH SEC: Ms Becci Trower, 17 Brooklyn Gardens, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 8LP E: dmtrower@aol.co.uk Pay: LVFRC Notes: Contact Mobile 07860 280964 RDA School on Cheltenham Racecourse Return entries with payment to the Secretary by post only.

MAELOR EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, FLINTSHIRE

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MAR 3, MAR 27 A: Maelor EC, Gresford Road, Hope, Flintshire, LL12 9SD RDO: SH SEC: Mrs J Lloyd Aylett, Maes Maelor, Wrexham, LL11 3AA E: maesmaelor@talktalk.net W: www.maelorec.co.uk Pay: Joanna Lloyd Notes: All tests on surfaces. 1indoor sand arena 20x60, outdoor sand arena 50x50. Parking available on hard surface. disabled facilities. Light refreshments Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Prize money paid on overall class %. Stabling is available please contact the secretary. Directions: Maelor EC is situated approx. 11 miles from Chester. From A483 take junction 7 B5102 toward Llay. At lights turn right onto B5373 for 1.6 miles. Entrance to MEC on the right. From A55 take junction 35 A550 to Wrexham for 3miles, then straight on B5373 for 0.5 miles. Entrance to MEC on left.

MERRIST WOOD COLLEGE, SURREY

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MORETON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, DORSET

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MAR 16, MAR 30 FEB 23 – 27 MERRIST WOOD SOUTHERN WINTER REGIONAL – PLEASE SEE SEPARATE BOXED SCHEDULE ON PAGE 69 A: Merrist Wood College, Holly Lane, Worplesdon, Nr Guildford, Surrey, GU3 3PE RDO: SW SEC: Mr Duncan Whitney-Groom (Merrist Wood) E: arena@guildford.ac.uk W: www.merristwood. ac.uk Pay: Guildford College Notes: Warm-up and competition both on surfaces. Late Entries are available if space at no extra cost. Stabling: £10 day/£20 night. Directions: From North & South off M3, exit at junction 3 and take the A322 signed Guildford. Enter Worplesdon and Merrist Wood College is sign posted at the roundabout. The College entrance in Holly Lane is situated opposite the entrance to Rokers Country Store & Golf Club. If using satellite navigation please use postcode GU3 3PD. MAR 14 A: Moreton Equestrian Centre, Moreton, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 8RF RDO: AH SEC: Mrs Liz Frampton-Hobbs E: enquiries@moretondorset.co.uk T: 01929 463662 W: www.moretondorset. co.uk Pay: Moreton Equestrian Centre Notes: Mobile No. for Show Day 07780 694535. All tests and warm up on 2 silica sand/rubber outdoor arenas. Tests of same level to run concurrently with 5 metres between outdoor silica sand/rubber arenas. Late entries accepted with a £3 late entry fee. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Limited stabling available on site: £25 first night to include a bale of shavings, £20 subsequent nights. Cheques payable to Moreton Stables. Directions: 7 miles east of Dorchester the B3390. It is only 1 mile from Moreton station and is signposted for events.

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MOULTON COLLEGE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

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MAR 17 A: Moreton Morrell, Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell, Warwick, Warwickshire CV35 9BL RDO: KM SEC: Wayne Rodwell, E: wprodwell@warkscol.ac.uk Pay: Warwickshire College Directions: The College is ½ mile from the Fosse Way. From M40 use J13, left onto B4100 & Fosse Way. Please avoid village of Moreton Morrell. SAE for map. MAR 17 A: Moulton College Equestrian Centre, Pitsford Road, Moulton, Northamptonshire, NN3 7RR RDO: KM SEC: Ms Sally Grimes, Moulton College, Gate 4, Moulton, Northamptonshire, NN3 7QL, Northamptonshire E: sally.grimes@moulton.ac.uk T: 01604 491131 W: www.moulton.ac.uk Pay: Moulton College Notes: All classes and warm up on surfaces. Floodlit hard standing car park. Please send entries to the secretary. Late Entries accepted £2 extra per class if space. Prizes & Rosettes to 6th in all classes. Directions: Postcode for venue NN3 7QL.

MOUNT BALLAN MANOR, MONMOUTHSHIRE

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MUNDOLE EQUESTRIAN, MORAY

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MAR 2, MAR 2 A: David Broome Event Centre, Mount Ballan Manor, Crick, Nr Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP26 5XP RDO: SH SEC: Cricklands Limited E: vanessa@cricklands.com W: www.cricklands.com Pay: Cricklands Ltd Directions: Directions on www.cricklands.com MAR 17, MAR 31 A: Mundole Equestrian, Mundole Farm, Forres, Moray, Moray, IV36 2SG RDO: CG SEC: Mrs Jenny Davidson E: mundole1@btinternet.com W: www.mundoleequestrian.com Pay: Mundole Equestrian Notes: Entries £1 first aid per rider. Sae For Unaffiliated Schedule. Classes 1, 3, 5, & 7 are qualifiers for the Scottish Championships. Directions: Directions from A96 : 2 miles west of Forres, at Findhorn Bridge, turn off at the sign that says “Mundole 1”. Follow the road for half a mile to a T junction then turn right. Mundole Equestrian is the next entrance on the right.

MYERSCOUGH COLLEGE, LANCASHIRE

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MAR 20 MAR 6 – 10 MYERSCOUGH COLLEGE PREMIER LEAGUE – PLEASE SEE SEPARATE BOXED SCHEDULE ON PAGE 76 A: Myerscough College, Myerscough Hall, St. Michaels Road, Bilsborrow, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 0RY RDO: LJ SEC: Jan Roberts E: equestriancentre@myerscough.ac.uk T: 01995 642115 W: www.myerscough.ac.uk Pay: Myerscough College Notes: All classes and working in on surfaces Class 1 not before 2pm in term time. Ample Parking No Lungeing. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Late Entries £5 Extra Per Class local stabling please contact organizer Directions: Leave M6 at Junction 32 travelling north or Junction 33 travelling south. The College is off the A6 at Bilsborrow and is clearly signposted. Turn by the side of Guys Eating Establishment. Use second entrance into college signed Plantworld

NEWTON RIGG COLLEGE, CUMBRIA

MAR 17 A: Newton Rigg, Newton Rigg Equine Dept, Newton Rigg College, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0AH RDO: SHu E: claire.watson@newtonrigg.ac.uk T: 01768 893442 Pay: Askham Bryan College Notes: Entries will not be accepted without correct payment. Late entries accepted if space, no late entry fee. Please see website for further details. Directions: 5 Minutes from Junction 40 of the M6. Follow lane signed A592, at mini roundabout take first left, drive through the industrial estate, at the T Junction turn left then take 1st right, 1 mile along the road on the right hand side you will come to the first entrance of Newton Rigg College, continue past this and come in at the second entrance (The fields on either side of this are post and rail fenced). As you come up the drive take your first left, parking is on the hardcore area ahead of you and the equestrian centre is at the end of the parking area.

NORTHALLERTON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

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MAR 10, MAR 20 A: Northallerton Equestrian Centre, Yafforth, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 0PQ RDO: SHu SEC: Tina Walker E: tina@northallertonequestriancentre.co.uk W: www. northallertonequestriancentre.co.uk Pay: Northallerton Equestrian Centre Directions: Signposted from A684 , 1mile West of Northallerton.

NORTON HEATH, ESSEX

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FEB 23, MAR 7, MAR 23 A: Norton Heath EC, Fingrith Hall Lane, Blackmore, Ingatestone, Essex, CM4 0JP RDO: KP SEC: Mrs Tonie Finch. E: info@nortonheath.com T: 01277 824860 W: www.nortonheath.com Pay: Norton Heath Equestrian Centre Limited Notes: All dogs to be kept on leads. cafe on site, hot & cold menu provided. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Please mark envelopes `dressage entries`. Late entries may be accepted at £2 extra per class if space. (booking forms available online) Directions: Norton Heath Equestrian Centre is located on the A414 between Ongar and Writtle. From M11 take J 7 direction Chelmsford. Norton Heath is the second turning after the Norton Heath Garage on Fingrith Hall Lane, approx. 9 miles from the M11.

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OAKLANDS COLLEGE, HERTFORDSHIRE

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MAR 3 A: Oaklands College, Smallford Campus, Hatfield Rd, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL4 0JA RDO: KP SEC: Samuel Coulson E: samuel.coulson@oaklands.ac.uk T: 01727 737728 W: www.oaklands. ac.uk Pay: Oaklands College Notes: Mobile Number on show day 07961 540 851 All tests on indoor surface Outdoor warm up on surface. Times will be sent via email Directions: Take J23 off M25 (A1).Exit J3 take 2nd left at roundabout. Go left at Comet Hotel roundabout (A1057). Over 3 mini roundabouts - College 1/4 mile on right.

OLDENCRAIG, SURREY

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MAR 8 - 9, MAR 22 A: Oldencraig Equestrian Centre, Tandridge Lane, Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 6LL RDO: SW SEC: Oldencraig Equestrian Centre E: info@oldencraig.com T: 01342 833317 W: www.oldencraig.com Pay: OEC LTD Notes: All classes held on brand new surfaces Day / night time stables available 72 seat Bistro, licensed bar, indoor school, tack shop, hard standing car park, shower block, competitors TV room NO DOGS. Return entries with payment to the Secretary FAO Charlotte Mander Cheques accepted with details of current Bankers Card Number. Late entries accepted, if space, at £2 extra. by arrangement only. Directions: From the M25, take Junction 6 and follow the A22 towards East Grinstead. Follow this road for approximately 6 miles to Blindley Heath. Turn left at the traffic lights immediately after a Texaco service station - this is B2029 towards Lingfield. The first road to the left is Tandridge Lane and Oldencraig Equestrian Centre is the first property on the left hand side.

PACHESHAM EC, SURREY

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FEB 23 - 24, MAR 9 - 10, MAR 23 - 24 A: Pachesham Equestrian Centre, Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 0AL RDO: SW SEC: Pachesham Equestrian Centre E: shows@pachesham.com W: www.pachesham.com Pay: P.E.C Notes: 2 arenas run concurrently in the outdoor rubber 70m x 52m arena with warm up in 60m x 30m school. Covered collecting ring. Hot and cold refreshments available. Heated Club House Cheques to venue or enter online @www.pachesham.com Directions: On the A245 almost 1 mile from Leatherhead Railway Station, in the direction of Cobham, on the right hand side. M25 J 9 is very close, follow Esher signs (A244). Turn left down Oaklawn Road (signed Crematorium). At the end turn left, Pachesham is first on the left.

PATCHETTS, HERTFORDSHIRE

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MAR 17 – 18 FEB 28 – MAR 4 PATCHETTS SOUTHERN WINTER REGIONAL – PLEASE SEE SEPARATE BOXED SCHEDULE ON PAGE 72 A: Patchetts Equestrian Centre, Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD25 8PE RDO: KP SEC: Antonia de Bearn E: antoniadebearn@patchetts.co.uk W: www.patchetts.co.uk Pay: Patchetts Green Ltd Notes: All arenas surfaced. Tack shop licensed club house resturant on site. PEC members deduct £1.50 from entry fees. Withdrawals by phone/text 07785 303 577 Directions: M1 exit J 5 and take the A41 towards Harrow; M25 exit J 19 and take A41 towards Watford/London. Come to Roundabout with Old Red Lion Pub, turn left onto B462 signposted towards Radlett & Aldenham, go under motorway bridge and take first right into Hillfield Lane. Patchetts E.C is on the right.

PENCOED DRESSAGE, GLAMORGAN

MAR 16 A: Pencoed College, Pencoed, Bridgend, Glamorgan, CF35 5LG RDO: SH SEC: Anna Jerbo E: ajlindberg@bridgend.ac.uk T: 01656 302688 W: www.bridgend.ac.uk Pay: Bridgend College Notes: All tests ridden indoors. Late entries accepted if space - £3 extra per class. Please contact secretary Anna Jerbo for further information. Contact number on day: 07886792578 Directions: M4 Junction 35 signposted Bridgend. Take the A473 to Pencoed. Straight over first roundabout, at the second roundabout Pencoed College take 3rd exit straight into Pencoed Campus, Bridgend College. 45 minutes from Severn Bridge by lorry. 2 minutes from the exit 35.

PORT ROYAL, EAST YORKSHIRE

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MAR 6, MAR 16 A: Port Royal Equestrian & Exhibition Centre, Skiff Lane, East Yorkshire, YO43 4DY RDO: SHu SEC: Michelle Bainbridge E: portroyal.eec@virgin.net W: www.portroyaleec.co.uk Pay: Port Royal EEC. Notes: Please contact the Secretary on 07950 819267 or www.portroyaleec.co.uk for further information. 4 Outdoor arenas. sand and rubber surfaces and Vasatrack surfaces undercover viewing plus on site cafe Please enter online at www.portroyaleec.co.uk This is a secure payment method. Please note we no longer accept cheques. Directions: FROM M62 J37; Take A614 towards Bridlington. Approx 8 miles to village of Holme on Spalding Moor, Port Royal is 1st turning on right hand side. FROM YORK; Take A1079 towards Hull. Turn right onto A614 at roundabout with Little Chef & BP Garage to Holme on Spalding Moor, cont. into village, over mini roundabout. Take last left to Port Royal. FROM HULL/DRIFFIELD; A1079 to Little Chef roundabout the follow instructions as above

PRESCOTT EC, SHROPSHIRE

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MAR 14 A: Prescott Equestrian Centre, Prescott Equestrian Centre, Baschurch, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY4 2JU RDO: LJ SEC: Mrs June Haydon E: junehaydon@aol.com T: 01939 260712 W: www. prescottequestrian.co.uk Pay: Prescott Arena (No card payment facilities) Notes: Cold snacks & drinks £2 levy collected on behalf of BD, included in entry fee unless otherwise stated. contact


secretary Directions: Prescott Equestrian Centre is situated on the B5067 ( Baschurch to Shrewsbury road ) at the south edge of the village of Baschurch. The B5067 can be approached from the A5 turning onto the B4397, or from Shrewsbury Centre passing the West Midlands Show Ground. Alternatively it can be picked up via the A49 and the new A5124.

QUEACH FARM STABLES, SUFFOLK

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MAR 10 A: Queach Farm Stables, Great Barton, Suffolk, IP31 2PY RDO: KP SEC: Mrs Demelza Rowland, 14 Laurel Close, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, IP31 3NZ E: enquiries@queachfarmstables.com W: www.queachfarmstables.co.uk Pay: S.R. Whitwell & co Notes: 1 (20x40) rubber and sand arena. 1 outdoor warm-up area on grass. Hard standing area for parking available. Toilet facilities. Mobile caterer. Please ensure that all entries are sent to the Secretary’s address and not the venue address as we cannot guarantee receipt. Late entries £5 extra per class. Practice judging by prior arrangement with secretary. Refunds of entry fees only made on sight of valid vet or doctors certificate. Directions: Situated five and a half miles North East of Bury St. Edmunds just off the A143.

QUOB STABLES, HAMPSHIRE

MAR 13 A: Quob Stables, Church Croft Farm, Durley Brook Road, Durley, Southampton, Hampshire, SO32 2AR RDO: KM SEC: Quob Stables E: enquiries@quobstables.com T: 023 8069 4657 W: www.quobstables.com Pay: Quob Stables Notes: No Lungeing. No Dogs. 2 indoor 60x30 cushion track arenas. 1 outdoor 50x30 sand arena. Conference facilities available. Good disabled facilities. Return entries FAO: Beth Davies. Directions: J11 M3 follow Marwell Zoo signs & Bishops Waltham Durley signposted on right M27 J7.

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FEB 23, MAR 1, MAR 17, MAR 23 A: Richmond Equestrian Centre, Breckenbrough Farm, Brough Park, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 7PL RDO: SHu SEC: Sue Foster E: enquiries@richmondec.co.uk T: 01748 811295 W: www. richmondequestriancentre.co.uk Pay: R.E.C Events Notes: Late Entries £2 extra. In the event of us having to cancel an event due to bad weather all entry fees will be carried forward to another event of your choice. Should you wish a refund please email or write to us and we will issue a refund less admin charge of £2.50 per horse per class. The shopping basket fee of £1.50 is not refundable. Directions: From North: A1 at Catterick A6136 follow road approx 2 miles, take right towards Catterick Garrison. Past racecourse after 1 mile turn left at brown sign ‘Richmond E C’. Follow lane over bridge and take the only right turn up drive way. From South: A1 at Catterick, Richmond turning A6136. Left at T-junct then take first right following brown tourist signs to Richmond E C. At next T-jnct, turn left towards Tunstall. On entering the village, take the first right turn up single track road. Follow the track about 1 mile and turn left up driveway.

REASEHEATH COLLEGE, CHESHIRE

MAR 2 A: Reaseheath College, Reaseheath, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 6DF RDO: LJ SEC: Mary Moulton E: rebeccag@reaseheath.ac.uk T: 01270 616448 W: www.reaseheath.ac.uk Pay: Reaseheath College Notes: Competition Day only 01270 616482 or 01270 616448. Cheques only NO cards. Late entries £2 extra per class if space. Directions: The Equestrian Centre is opposite the college entrance 1 mile out of Nantwich on the A51 (Chester Rd). Easy reach of J16 M6.

ROWALLAN, EAST AYRSHIRE

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MAR 29 – 31 MAR 1 – 3 ROWALLAN SCOTTISH WINTER REGIONAL – PLEASE SEE SEPARATE BOXED SCHEDULE ON PAGE 73 A: Rowallan Activity Centre, Meiklemosside, Fenwick, East Ayrshire, KA3 6AY RDO: CG SEC: Lord John Rowallan E: john.rowallan@btconnect.com W: www.rowallanac.com Pay: Rowallan AC Notes: Late entries accepted, if space available, at £5 extra per class. From December 2012 there is likely to be a Starting Fee payable on the day of up to £2 per class. Stabling: £25 per stable for 1, 2 or 3 nights. Entries will be taken on a 1st come 1st served basis. Directions: 1 mile from the M77 junction 7 southbound and junction 8 northbound Glasgow to Ayr Road on B751 for Kilmaurs.

RUNNINGWELL, ESSEX

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MAR 4 A: Runningwell Equestrian Centre, Warren Rd, Rettendon, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 8DG RDO: KP SEC: Jan Cooper E: info@runningwell.co.uk T: 01268 711221 W: www.runningwell.co.uk Pay: REC Notes: No dogs allowed. Directions: Leave M25 at J28, follow A12 & turn off at A130 exit. At r/about, follow signs to Howe Green & The Hanningfields, head south for 5 miles, take right turn into Hoe Lane which continues into Warren Road. REC is 1 mile on left.

SADDLESDANE EC, KENT

MAR 2 A: Saddlesdane Equestrian Centre, Ashford Road, Faversham, Kent, ME13 0NX RDO: SW SEC: Lynn Uphill E: sales@saddlesdane.co.uk T: 01233 740178 W: www.saddlesdane.co.uk Pay: Saddlesdane EC one cheque per event Directions: From M2 exit junction 6 onto the A251 heading towards Ashford. Saddlesdane is located on the left handside. From M20 exit junction 9 follow the signs to the A251 towards Faversham. Saddlesdaneis located on the right.

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SNOWBALL FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

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SOLIHULL RC, WEST MIDLANDS

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MAR 29 - 30 A: Sheepgate Equestrian, Leverton, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22 0AS RDO: SHu SEC: Sarah Payne E: sarah@sheepgate.co.uk T: 01205 870236 M: 07768 156262 (anytime) W: www.sheepgate. co.uk Pay: Richard Grant & son Notes: Classes will run simultaneously on excellent all weather `Equistride` surfaces. 3 competition arenas & 2 working in arenas. Late entries £4 per class extra. Sheepgate Savers may deduct £2 off per class. Permanent stables available at £35 per night. Electric hook-up will be available at £20 per night. ARENA FREE TIME before each show day allowing competitors full use of all of the competition arenas. Includes Sheepgate Tack & Togs Qualifiers 2013. Directions: Sheepgate Equestrian is situated 6 miles north of Boston, just off the A52 and will be well signposted with a brown tourist sign to Sheepgate FEB 26, MAR 26 A: Sissons Farm Equestrian Centre, Peakirk, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE6 7NT RDO: KP SEC: Mrs Ann Harris, Bungalow Farm, Werrington Bridge Road, Peterborough, Cambs, PE6 7PP E: ann@sissonsfec.co.uk T: 01733 810383 W: www.sissonsfarmequestrian.co.uk Pay: Sissons Farm Equestrian Centre Notes: Outdoor all weather - Martin Collins Surface. On-line entries taken. Day Tickets from Sissons at £7 each no waiting! Late entries £2 per entry. Directions: Situated on B1443; from A1 take J17 (A1139 Peterborough) follow through to J8, Take 1st left onto A15 (Werrington). At J22 (signed Newborough) take 4th exit (Werrington Bridge Road), at end of rd (Decoy Pub) turn left towards Peakirk. At Folly Bridge turn right onto river bank. MAR 23 - 24 A: Scottish National EC, Ecclesmachan, Broxburn, West Lothian, EH52 6NH RDO: CG SEC: Mr George Blackie (SNEC) E: info@snec.co.uk T: 01506 855472 W: www.snec.co.uk Pay: SNEC Notes: All classes on prowax surface. Directions: SNEC is situated within Oatridge Agric. College , midway between Edinburgh & Glasgow in the village of Ecclesmachan, access from the B8046. ( Easy access from both M8 & M9 motorways ). MAR 11 A: Snowball Farm, Dorney Wood Road, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, SL1 8EH RDO: KM SEC: Michelle Busby E: shows@snowballfarm.co.uk T: 01628 668434 W: www.snowballfarm.co.uk Pay: Snowball Farm Notes: Show Day (Only) Telephone Number 07731 902105 All Classes & Warm Up On Surfaces. Car Parking On Grass. Late Entries £2 extra per class. Directions: Snowball Farm is situated between the M4 and the M40. M4 J7 and follow signs avoiding the low bridges. M40 take A355 to Slough. Follow road to Farnham Common before pedestrian crossing turn right signposted Burnham Beeches. At T Junction turn left follow road to end. At T junction turn left. Snowball Farm is on the right after approx 3/4 mile. Parking is on the left. MAR 7, MAR 21 A: Solihull Equestrian Centre, Four Ashes Road, Bentley Heath, Solihull, West Midlands, B93 8QE RDO: LJ SEC: Helen Woolfenden E: office@solihullridingclub.co.uk T: 01564 770180 W: www. solihullridingclub.co.uk Pay: Solihull Riding Club Notes: All tests and warm up on surfaces. Late entries accepted for an additional £1. Rosettes to 6th in all classes, subject to entries. Directions: Solihull Riding Club Grounds are 3 miles from J4 of the M42 with the A3400. Leave M42 at J4 (A3400) in direction of Henley in Arden. Take 2nd turning on left into Box Trees Road. Club approx 2 miles on left. (If using sat nav, enter B93 8NB)

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE COLLEGE (RODBASTON), STAFFORDSHIRE

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MAR 2 – 3, MAR 30 - 31 A: South Staffordshire College, Rodbaston Campus, Rodbaston, Penkridge, Staffordshire, ST19 5PH RDO: LJ E: dressage.entries@southstaffs.ac.uk W: www.rodbaston.ac.uk Pay: South Staffordshire College Notes: All classes in 60x30m indoor arena. Warm up covered 60x20m. viewing gallery. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Directions: Rodbaston College is on the A449 North of the A5. From the M6 please exit at junction 13 ( not 12 ) and take A449

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SOUTH VIEW, CHESHIRE

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MAR 13 A: South View Competition & Training Centre, Wettenhall Green, Wettenhall, Cheshire, CW7 4DL RDO: LJ SEC: Linda Wright E: office@southviewarena.com T: 01270 528684 W: www. southviewarena.com Pay: South View Notes: Winter competitions & warm-up indoors. Summer competitions & warm-up outdoors.Hot and Cold food available in cafe.Indoor permanent stabling available £15 overnight; £10 day; including bed (includes vat). Late entries + £2.50 per class. Directions: Please contact organiser.

SPARSHOLT COLLEGE, HAMPSHIRE

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MAR 16 A: Sparsholt College, Sparsholt, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 2NF RDO: KM SEC: Aby LathamMoore, 13 Copnor Close, Newbury, Berks, RG20 9UR, Berks E: show.sec@sparsholt.ac.uk W: www.sparsholt.ac.uk Pay: Sparsholt College Notes: Entries to Entries Secretary NOT Sparsholt College Late Entries are accepted £5 extra charge if we have room. No dogs allowed due to College Farm Policy. Indoor and outdoor surfaces. No lungeing. COW BREAKS- We operate a ‘Cow Break’ system, which means that no tests will run in our top arena when the cows are moving around . Directions: Leave A34 north of Winchester signed A30 Salisbury/ B3420 Winchester, 2nd exit from roundabout towards Winchester, 2nd right onto Harestock Road, right onto Stockbridge Road (B3049), left at Sparsholt College sign (4 miles from A34). Equine Centre is 1st drive on right.

ST LEONARDS, CORNWALL

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MAR 17 A: St Leonards Equitation Centre, Polson, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 9QR RDO: AH SEC: Kathryn Reeve E: info@stleonardsequestrian.co.uk T: 01566 775543 W: www.stleonardsequestrian.co.uk Pay: St Leonards Equitation Centre Notes: Late entry fee £2 per class. Directions: From Exeter A30 towards Launceston, turn left at turning for Polson, Lifton. Left at T Junction, after 1 mile turn right into St Leonards. From Truro A30 over bridge into Devon, and take the 1st left, at T junction turn left for Polson and then 1st right to St Leonards.

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FEB 28, MAR 14, MAR 28 A: Royal Leisure Centre, Royal Leisure Centre, Horn Lane, Henfield, West Sussex, BN5 9SA RDO: SW SEC: Deborah Reed, 2 Teapot Row, The Street, Fulking, West Sussex, BN5 9LX E: stepasidedressage@btinternet.com T: 01273 857044 W: www.royalleisure.co.uk Pay: Step Aside Dressage Notes: www.royalleisure.co.uk for all schedules. Warm up & tests on good, well maintained indoor & outdoor surfaces. All correspondence/entries to Secretary please & NOT Royal Leisure. Late entries if space £2.00 extra per class. Directions: Please see website.

STILEBRIDGE BARN, KENT

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MAR 15, MAR 29 A: Stilebridge Barn Dressage, The Oast House & Hop Cottage, Stilebridge Lane, Marden, Kent, TN12 9BB RDO: SW SEC: Mrs Vanessa Swain E: vanessaswain100@hotmail.com T: 01622 831773 W: www.stilebridgebarndressage.co.uk Pay: Stilebridge Barn Dressage Notes: 1 20x40, 1 20x60 outdoor rubber fibre arenas. Parking on hard surface available with water/electric. Limited disabled facilities. Refreshments available. Directions: Stilebridge Barn Dressage is situated in the heart of the Garden of England on the outskirts of Marden Kent. Behind the Stlebridge Inn Public House on Stilebridge Lane just off the A229.

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SUMMERHOUSE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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MAR 8, MAR 22 A: Summerhouse Equitation Centre, Bath Road, Hardwicke, Gloucestershire, GL2 2RG RDO: AH SEC: Summerhouse Equitation Centre E: shows@summerhouseec.co.uk T: 01452 726633 W: www.summerhouseec.co.uk Pay: Cash or Cards only Notes: Warm up in 40x60 Andrews Bowen outdoor arena. Competitions in Olympic Arena. Late entries £3 extra per class if space allows - phone for details. Directions: M5 J12 situated on the B4008, approx. 400 yards off slip road on left hand side.

SWALLOWFIELD, WARWICKSHIRE

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FEB 24, MAR 2 - 3, MAR 17, MAR 24, MAR 28 A: Swallowfield Equestrian, Rising Lane, Lapworth, Warwickshire, B94 6JD RDO: KM SEC: Mrs Jo Swain E: jo.swain@gmail.com T: 01564 784475 W: www.swallowfield.net Pay: Swallowfield Equestrian. Late entries accepted. Notes: NO dogs please. Directions: Off M42 J 4. Take A3400 to Henley in Arden. In Hockely Heath turn left onto the B4439 after 3 miles go under railway bridge and turn left in to Station Lane. At top of lane turn right and the centre is directly opposite. If you lorry is higher than 12`9 please phone for alternative directions. MAR 6, MAR 30 - 31 A: Tall Trees Arena, Davidstow, Camelford, Cornwall, PL32 9XR RDO: AH SEC: Miss Clare Deithrick E: clare@tall-trees.com T: 01840 770342 W: www.tall-trees.com Pay: J Deithrick Notes: Please contact the centre via website for further information. Two indoor arenas (20x60) (20x30) with cushion track. I outdoor arena (35x65) silica/rubber. I collecting ring. Parking on hard surface available with water/electric. Limited disabled access. Classes may run in a different order than printed. Basic/standard. B&B next door. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Late entries £4 extra per class. Stabling: £11 day, £25 overnight shavings only. 24 in total. Stabling cheques payable to C Deithrick. Directions: From Exeter AreA: Come off the M5 at the Exeter/ Okehampton junction. Travel along the A30 towards Launceston; leave at Kennard’s House junction taking the A395 heading towards Camelford, N.Cornwall. Tall Trees will be found on your right hand-side (sign outside); approx. 10-12 miles from the A30 (Kennard’s House Junction).

THE CABIN, ABERDEENSHIRE

FEB 23 - 24, MAR 16 - 17 A: The Cabin EC, Ordiefauld, Keithhall, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 0LL RDO: CG E: fionaquennell@yahoo.co.uk T: 01467 624378 Directions: The Cabin Equestrian Centre is located on the B993 Inverurie to Whiterashes road. From Inverurie it is 2.5miles on the left hand side, from Whiterashes it is 3.4miles on right hand side.

THE GRANGE EC, DEVON

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TUSHINGHAM, CHESHIRE

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UGIE DRESSAGE, ABERDEENSHIRE

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FEB 23 A: The Grange Equestrian Centre, Northlew Road, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 3DA RDO: AH SEC: Mr Dave Reddan, Grange EC, Okehampton, Devon, EX20 3OA E: grange.equestrian@ yahoo.co.uk T: 01837 52858 W: www.grangeequestrian.com Pay: The Grange Directions: Please see website www.grangeequestrian.com MAR 16, MAR 26 A: The Jays, Sicklesmere, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP30 0BS RDO: KP SEC: Andrea Pearman E: thejays@freebie.net W: www.thejaysstud.co.uk Pay: The Jays Directions: Take Exit 44 off the A14 at Bury St. Edmunds. Pick up the A134 heading towards Sudbury. The Jays is 1.5 miles along the A134 on the Right.

MAR 6 A: Stockland Lovell Manor, Coultings, Nr Bridgwater, Fiddington, Somerset, TA5 1JJ RDO: AH SEC: Tamsin Spens E: info@stocklandlovell.com T: 01278 652224 W: www.stocklandlovell.com Pay: Stockland Lovell Notes: All classes and warm up on outdoor sand and rubber surface. Return entries with payment to the Secretary Late entries are £2 extra if space permits. Directions: Leave the M5 at Junction 23 or 24 to Bridgwater. From Bridgwater take the A39 to Cannington following signs for Hinkley Point; turn right at the War Memorial in Cannington on the road to Hinkley Point for approx. 3.5 miles. Stockland Lovell is signposted to the left, follow the road for half a mile and take the first right turn down the concrete drive signed Stockland Lovell.

FEB 24, MAR 24 A: Tushingham Equestrian Centre, Wobbs Lane, Tushingham, Whitchurch, Cheshire, SY13 4QR RDO: LJ SEC: Mr Barry Kay E: barry.d.kay@btinternet.com T: 01948 666884 W: www. tushinghamarena.co.uk Pay: Tushingham Dressage Notes: Entries close 1 week before. Two arenas. Indoor 22x50 Fibre Mix. Outdoor 40x60 Combiride sand/fibre mix. Large hard standing parking. Hot & cold food available. Late entries accepted with a £2.50 penalty per class. Rosettes to 1st - 4th. Prize money po Directions: Situated just 3 miles north of Whitchurch on the A41 (Chester) Road.

STRETCHOLT FARM DRESSAGE, SOMERSET

MAR 10 A: Richmond Equestrian (Ugie Dressage), Mintlaw, Aberdeenshire RDO: CG SEC: Mrs Caroline Simmers, Wester Pettymarcus, Peterhead, Aberdeenshire, AB42 5AF Pay: Ugie Dressage Notes: All classes & warm up on prepared surfaces. No lungeing. SAE for unaffiliated schedules. Directions: Venue located just off A952 approx 1 mile south of Mintlaw SAE for map

MAR 16 A: Stretcholt Farm, Stretcholt, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA6 4SR RDO: AH Pay: Stretcholt Equestrian Centre Notes: Late entries £2 extra. All tests indoors on Geltrack surface. Outdoor warm up on 60m x 30m Geltrack surface. Covered lunge arena available. Dogs on leads. No debit/credit cards. Directions: Leave M5 Jnc 23. At 1st roundabout take exit to Bridgwater. At 2nd roundabout take exit to Highbridge. Go for approx 2miles. After Pawlett take sign on left to Stretcholt (Red Lane). Go half a mile, the entrance to Stretcholt Farm is on the left of a sharp bend. Get VERY close to electric gate to make it open.

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VALE VIEW EC, LEICESTERSHIRE

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MAR 3 A: Vale View Equestrian Centre, Vale View Farm, Nottingham Lane, Old Dalby, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 3LX RDO: SHu SEC: Mrs Julie Hyslop T: 01664 823739 W: www. valeviewequestrian.co.uk Pay: Vale View Equestrian Notes: Running two competition arenas and working in on new all-weather surfaces. Dogs on leads. No lungeing. Late entries accepted £4 extra per class if space. Stabling is available. Directions: From A46 take Upper Broughton turning, turn Left, First Right onto Nottingham Lane.

VALE VIEW EC BD FESTIVAL OF PARA DRESSAGE, LEICESTERSHIRE

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MAR 16 – 17 PLEASE SEE SEPARATE BOXED SCHEDULE ON PAGE 84

VECTIS AT LAKE FARM, ISLE OF WIGHT

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MAR 17 A: Lake Farm, Lake Farm, Rookley, Isle Of Wight RDO: SW SEC: Miss Pamela Gardener, Forest View Stables, Forest Road, Newport, Isle Of Wight, PO30 5QJ, United Kingdom T: 07754 950969 Pay: Vectis Equestrian Club Notes: Return entries, with payment to Secretary. Deduct £1 per class from entry fee for VEC members. Directions: Contact Venue.

WARREN FARM EC, MERSEYSIDE

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WELLINGTON RIDING, HAMPSHIRE

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MAR 10 A: Warren Farm Equestrian Centre, Warren Farm, Southport Old Road, Formby, Merseyside, L37 0AN RDO: LJ SEC: Ms Sally Greenwood E: warrenfarm@btconnect.com T: 01704 873820 W: www.warrenfarmequestrian.co.uk Pay: Warren Farm Shows Notes: 1 indoor (20x80) Alruba sand/rubber arena. 1 outdoor (30x70) sand/rubber arena. 3 acres of parking. Lungeing Area available. Return entries to the Secretary. Directions: Take the A5027 at the end of the M58/ M57. Go to the A565 and turn right towards Formby. The Showground is the right turn off the second roundabout. MAR 11 A: Wellington Riding, Heckfield, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 0LJ RDO: KM SEC: Lucinda Freeman E: shows@wellington-riding.co.uk T: 0118 922 5371 W: www.wellington-riding.co.uk Pay: Enter on-line www.wellington-riding.com/home-2/events-calendar/ or send entries (with sae) to ‘Wellington Riding’, Fees include VAT Notes: Classes of the same level will run concurrently. Warm up inside, classes in Duke’s Hall. Late entries accepted subject to availability & £5 LE fee per class. Hot & Cold drinks, meals & snacks available. Send entries in advance (with sae) to the secretary, Wellington Riding. Allocation of Prizes and Rosettes given as per current BD rule book. Directions: On A33 Reading to Basingstoke Road. From M4 take J11; then take A33 towards Basingstoke.The entrance is 400 yards past the roundabout marking the end of the dual carriageway. From the south, take J5 (follow B3349) or J6 (follow A33) from the M3. The entrance is on the right 400 yards past the Wellington Monument.

WEST WILTS, WILTSHIRE

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FEB 27 - 28, MAR 7, MAR 26 - 27 A: West Wilts Equestrian Centre, Melksham Road, Holt, Trowbridge, Wiltshire, BA14 6QT RDO: AH SEC: Miss Lyndsey Rodwell E: info@westwilts.com T: 07855 464075 W: www.westwilts.com Pay: Credit Cards only – we can no longer take payment by cheque. Notes: Please contact Venue for further information Tel 01225 783220. Late entries £2 extra per class if space. There will be a surcharge of £5 per entry for anyone entering after the times have been done ie 3 days before the competition. Directions: West Wilts Equestrian Centre is situated approx 14 miles south of J 17 of the M4. Take A350 to Melksham, then B3107 to Bradford-on-Avon. West Wilts E.C is 2 miles from Melksham on the left hand side of the road.

WESTON LAWNS, WARWICKSHIRE

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MAR 19 A: Weston Lawns Equitation, Weston Lawns Farm, Bedworth Road, Bulkington, Warwickshire, CV12 9JA RDO: KM SEC: Weston Lawns Equitation E: dressage@westonlawns.co.uk W: www. westonlawns.co.uk Pay: Weston Lawns Notes: Entries close 2 weeks prior to the event. Late entries accepted space permitting £2 extra per class. All classes and warm up on outdoor surfaces. Hot and cold refreshments available. Directions: On the B4029 Bedworth to Bulkington Road. 5 minutes from J2 or J3 of the M6.

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WITHAM VILLA, LEICESTERSHIRE

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FEB 26, MAR 5, MAR 26 A: Widmer Equestrian Centre, Widmer Farm, Pink Road, Lacey Green, Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, HP27 0PG RDO: KM SEC: Ms Jenny Davies E: jenny.widmer@hotmail.co.uk T: 01844 275139 Pay: W.E.C. Notes: Late entries maybe accepted at an additional cost of £2.00 per class.Dogs are allowed in the lorry park on a lead. No smoking. Walk arena indoors.Test are ridden outdoors on a surface.No lungeing. Disabled toilets. Large Equestrian and country store on site. Please make cheques payable to WEC Ltd and send to the show secretary at the above address. Permanent indoor stables. Directions: Leave M40 junction 4. Take A4010 towards Aylesbury and Princes Risborough Go straight over 5 roundabouts. Follow till the end of the road and turn left onto the West Wycombe Road.(A40) At the round about turn right and rejoin the A4010. After 1 mile turn right at the Red Lion pub onto Bradenham Woods Lane, at the end turn left towards Lacey Green. Go through Lacey Green, turn right at the pub called the Whip Inn onto Pink Road. Widmer Equestrian Centre is the turning on the right after MAR 2, MAR 13, MAR 20 A: Windmill Farm - Bucks, Bowstridge Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, HP8 4RG RDO: KM SEC: Elaine Coleridge-Smith T: 07768 611248 W: www.windmill-farm.co.uk Pay: Windmill Farm Notes: Tests and warm upon surfaces. Dogs must be kept on leads at all times. Late entries accepted if space £2 extra per class. Beverages and light snacks only. Prize money paid on overall class %. Limited Stabling, contact yard manager on 01494 873056. Directions: From the M25 take J 16 onto the M40 to Uxbridge, take the next junction J1 on to the A40 to Gerrards Cross. After about 4 miles turn right into Gerrards Cross at the traffic lights. Go through the shops and after about half a mile turn left into Austenwood Lane to Chalfont St Peter. After 1 mile take the left fork (Gold Hill West) which becomes first Grove Lane and then turns into Narcot Lane. After about a quarter of a mile past the school turn right opposite Chalfont Grove into Bowstridge Lane. Windmill Farm is 400 yards on the right. FEB 25, MAR 10 - 11 A: Witham Villa Riding Centre, Cosby Road, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire, LE9 6PA RDO: SHu SEC: Sally Willcox E: withamvillarc@yahoo.com T: 01455 282694 W: www.withamvilla. co.uk Pay: Witham Villa RC Ltd Notes: All riding on surfaces. No Lungeing. No Dogs. Late entries may be accepted at £2.00 per class if space. Unaffiliated Classes In Prelim & Novice Classes. Directions: See website for details.

WIX EC, ESSEX

FEB 23, MAR 23 - 24 A: Wix Equestrian Centre, Clacton Road, Wix, Nr Manningtree, Essex, CO11 2RU RDO: KP SEC: Mrs Mary Thornley T: 01255 870744 W: www.wixec.co.uk Pay: Wix Equestrian Centre Notes: All classes & warm up will be indoors on a surface. Working in will be indoors on a surface. Return entries with payment to the Secretary. Please make cheques payable to Wix Equestrian Centre. Directions: Off A120 ( Colchester to Harwich Road ) into Wix. Take the Clacton Road at crossroads by the “ Wagon at Wix “ public house signposted Stones Green. Equestrian Centre is approx 8oo yards on the left.

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YORKSHIRE RIDING CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

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FEB 24, MAR 24 A: Aldham Mill Farm, Barnsley Road, Wombwell, South Yorkshire, S73 8EG RDO: SHu SEC: Diane Smeaton E: info@aldhammillequestrian.co.uk W: www.aldhammillequestrian.co.uk Pay: D.W. Smeaton Notes: Warm up and tests on surface. No Lunging. Late Entries £3 extra per class. Directions: Situated on the A633, one mile from main Stairfoot roundabout. FEB 24, MAR 3, MAR 17 A: Yorkshire Riding Centre, Markington, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3 3PE RDO: SHu SEC: Mrs Lucy Thompson, Pennine View Stud, Beckwith Head Road, Harrogate, N Yorks, HG3 1RB E: lucy@pennineviewstud.co.uk T: 07715 115164 W: www.PennineViewStud.co.uk Pay: Pennine View Stud Notes: Onsite catering. For Stabling contact venue. Directions: 7 miles from Harrogate, 5 miles from Ripon. Brown Tourist signs will direct from A61 at Wormald Green.

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Schedules: 23 February to 31 March ENTRIES OPEN: SIX WEEKS BEFORE START OF COMPETITION WITHDRAWALS: THREE DAYS BEFORE SHOW DATE EC Entries Close date. SQ or WQ Summer or Winter Qualifier. S or W Summer or Winter Non-Qualifier. PRELIMINARY: Non-Qualifier, Open to members or non-members, horses not to have more than 49 BD points. Qualifier, open to Group 7 & 8 members only, horses not to have won more than 49 BD points. Prelim classes split into Q and

BADGWORTH ARENA, SOMERSET

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01275 792645 or www.badgwortharena.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £15 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £15 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £15 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £16 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ OR £16

BEAVER HALL, STAFFORDSHIRE

Prizes £16, £11, £9 £16, £11, £9 £16, £11, £9 £16, £11, £9 £17, £14, £12 £17, £14, £12

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.beaverhall.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10

BEDGEBURY PARK, KENT

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 16/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 17:00 to 17:30; 07757 301276 or www. bedgeburypark.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 6 PYO S: ‘AM 92/A102/PSG/INT1 ORT £20 £21, £10, £5

BURROWS COURT FARM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 20:00 to 22:00; 01453 542488 or www. burrowscourtfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £25, £10, £10 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £19 £25, £10, £10 2A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 £25, £10, £10 2B Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £25, £10, £10 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £19 £25, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £25, £10, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £21 £25, £10, £10

COLRAINE, CORNWALL

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 16/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 15:00 to 17:00; 01872 575080 or www.colraine. co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10

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non-Q will have prize money paid overall on %. NOVICE & ABOVE: O Open Section. R Restricted Section. T Training Section. PSG: Section A – open to any horse; Section B for horses eligible for Qualifier. Both sections run concurrently but if class is oversubscribed, preference is given to horses in Section B.

FENNING FARM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01353 727109 or www. fenningfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 13 2006 S £19 £20, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 14 2006 S £19 £20, £10, £5 2B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 7 Freestyle Music Preliminary 2012 £19 £20, £10, £5 8 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 9 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £19 £20, £10, £5

LOWER STOCKLANDS, CARDIFF

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01446 760202 or www. loverstocklands.squarespace.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16 £17, £10, £5 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5

LVFRC, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07860 280964 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £15 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £15 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £15 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £15 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £15 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £15 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £15

NORTON HEATH, ESSEX

Prizes £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 15/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 10:00 to 12:00; 01277 824860 or www. nortonheath.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £20 £21, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £21, £10, £5 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5

PACHESHAM EC, SURREY

SAT 23 - SUN 24 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013; Emergencies only text 07771936207 or www.pachesham. com from 5pm Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 February 1A Preliminary 15 2008 S £22 £30, £20, £10 1B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £22 £30, £20, £10 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £22 £30, £20, £10 2B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £22 £30, £20, £10


Merrist Wood College Southern Winter Regional, Surrey

Sat 23 - Wed 27 Feb

CONTACTS: A: Merrist Wood College, Holly Lane, Worplesdon, Nr Guildford, Surrey, GU3 3PE RDO: SW SEC: Mr Duncan Whitney-Groom (Merrist Wood) E: arena@guildford.ac.uk W: www. merristwood.ac.uk Pay: Guildford College Notes: Warm-up and competition both on surfaces. Directions: From North & South off M3, exit at junction 3 and take the A322 signed Guildford. Enter Worplesdon and Merrist Wood College is sign posted at the roundabout. The College entrance in Holly Lane is situated opposite the entrance to Rokers Country Store & Golf Club. If using satellite navigation please use postcode GU3 3PD. EC: 11/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 from website www.merristwood.ac.uk/TheCollege/OpenToThePublic/RidingArena/CompetitionStartTimes.aspx; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 February 1 Blue Chip Novice 39 2010 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 2 Equitop Myoplast Elementary 59 2010 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 3 Baileys Freestyle Music Novice 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Sunday 24 February 4 Blue Chip Novice 39 2010 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 5 Equitop Myoplast Elementary 59 2010 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 6 GFS Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Monday 25 February 7 Albion Medium 75 2002 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 8 Baileys Freestyle Music Novice 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 9 Charles Owen Advanced Medium 98 2002 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 Tuesday 26 February 10 Albion Medium 75 2002 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 11 Spillers Freestyle Music Medium 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 12 GFS Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 13 Charles Owen Advanced Medium 98 2002 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 Wednesday 27 February 14 KBIS Preliminary 19 2008 £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 15 Spillers Freestyle Music Medium 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 16 Nupafeed Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 17 NAF Magic Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20

Sunday 24 February 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £22 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £22 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £22 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £22 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £22 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £22

R.E.C EVENTS, NORTH YORKSHIRE

£30, £20, £10 £30, £20, £10 £30, £20, £10 £30, £20, £10 £30, £20, £10 £30, £20, £10

SAT 23 FEB

Please refer to BD Website.

THE CABIN, ABERDEENSHIRE

SAT 23 - SUN 24 FEB

EC: 16/02/2013 TIMES: 20/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.cabinequestrian.co.uk (events) Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 February 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £14 £15, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £14 £15, £10, £5 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £15 £16, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £15 £16, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 Sunday 24 February 11 Preliminary 14 2006 S £14 £15, £10, £5 12 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £14 £15, £10, £5 13 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £15 £16, £10, £5 14 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £15 £16, £10, £5 15 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 16 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 17 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 18 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 19 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 20 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5

THE GRANGE EC, DEVON

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 0183752858 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £20 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £20 3 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 5 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £21 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £21

WIX EC, ESSEX

Prizes £21, £10, £10 £21, £10, £10 £21, £10, £10 £21, £10, £10 £22, £10, £10 £22, £10, £10

SAT 23 FEB

EC: 15/02/2013 TIMES: 21/02/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01255 870744 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £20 2 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £20 3 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £20 4 Medium 61 2002 S OR £20 £21, £5, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £20 £21, £5, £5 6 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S OR £20 £21, £5, £5 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £20 £21, £5, £5 8 Advanced 100 2002 O £20 £21, £5, £5 9 PYO S: PSG/INT I/INT II/GP O £20 £21, £5, £5 10 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £20

BOVINGTON, DORSET

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 14/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01929 403580 or www. racsaddleclub.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £10, £5 2B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL CENTAUR TRUST, SUFFOLK EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 on www.centaurtrust.org.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect 1 Preliminary 15 2008 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT

ELMS FARM EQUESTRIAN, LINCOLNSHIRE

SUN 24 FEB EF £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50 £13.50

Prizes £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8 £14, £10, £8

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 14/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.elmsfarmequestrian. com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £17 £20, £16, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £20, £16, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 11 PYO S £17 £20, £16, £10

HAROLDS PARK FARM, ESSEX

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 10/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07775 516945 or www.hpfrc. net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Novice 27 2007 S OR £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £17 £18, £10, £5

HOLMSIDE HALL EQUESTRIAN, DURHAM

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 14/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01207 232778 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Introductory B 2009 S £12 2 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16 3 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £16 4 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £16 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £16 6 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £18 7 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £18

HUNTERS EQUESTRIAN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 14/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01285 640790 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18.50 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £18.50 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18.50 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18.50 3 Novice 28 2008 S OR £19.50 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £19.50 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £20 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £20 7 Medium 63 2002 S OR £20.50 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20.50

ISLE OF WIGHT RIDING CLUB DRESSAGE, ISLE OF WIGHT

Prizes £15, £10, £8 £18, £10, £8 £18, £10, £8 £18, £10, £8 £18, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8

Prizes £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7

SUN 24 FEB

Please refer to BD Website.

SWALLOWFIELD, WARWICKSHIRE

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 14/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 11:00 to 13:00; 01564 784475 or www. swallowfield.net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10

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3 4 Dodson & Horrell 5 6 Stretch & Flex

Novice 22 2007 S Novice 37 2007 SQ Elementary 43 2006 S Elementary 57 2007 SQ

OR OR OR OR

TUSHINGHAM, CHESHIRE

£19 £19 £19 £19

£20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01948 666884; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £15 £18, £14, £8 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 £18, £14, £8 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £17 £20, £15, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ OR £17 £20, £15, £10

YORKSHIRE DRESSAGE, SOUTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.aldhammillequestrian. co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18 £20, £10, £5 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 28 2008 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 7 Medium 73 2007 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5

YORKSHIRE RIDING CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 24 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07715 115164 or www. pennineviewstud.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 2A Preliminary 14 2006 S £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 2B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £18.50 £20.50, £14.50, £9.50 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £18.50 £20.50, £14.50, £9.50 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50 9 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50

WITHAM VILLA, LEICESTERSHIRE

MON 25 FEB

EC: 15/02/2013 TIMES: 23/02/2013 between 09:00 to 12:00; 01455 282694 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £16 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £16 3 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £17 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £17 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17

CROFTON MANOR EC, HAMPSHIRE

Prizes £17, £15, £13 £17, £15, £13 £18, £16, £14 £18, £16, £14 £18, £16, £14 £18, £16, £14

TUE 26 - WED 27 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 10:00 to 13:00; 01329 667323 or www. croftonmanor.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Tuesday 26 February 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £19, £16, £14 2 Novice 37 2007 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 4 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 Wednesday 27 February 6 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 8 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £20 £21, £17, £15 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £17, £15 10 PYO S: (Adv-GP) £20 £21, £17, £15


KEYSOE, BEDFORDSHIRE

TUE 26 FEB

EC: 12/02/2013 TIMES: 24/02/2013 between 15:30 to 17:00; 01234 708400 or www.keysoe. com/times.shtml Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Freestyle Music Preliminary 2012 £20 2 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £20 3 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £20 4 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £20 5 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q OT £20 6 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q OT £20 7 Freestyle Music PYO £20

SISSONS FARM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

TUE 26 FEB

EC: 16/02/2013 TIMES: 22/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.sissonsfarmequestrian. co.uk - Classes 2,4,6,8,10 also Sheepgate Tack & Togs Qualifiers Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 18 2002 S £15 £16, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 £16, £10, £5 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 9 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5

WIDMER FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

TUE 26 FEB

EC: 16/02/2013 TIMES: 23/02/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01844 275139 or www. widmerequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Medium 71 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 7 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

CROW WOOD DRESSAGE, LANCASHIRE

WED 27 FEB

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 25/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01282 471906 or www. crowwoodequestrian.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 23 2012 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Elementary 45 2010 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Medium 69 2005 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5

FOREST EDGE ARENA, NORFOLK

WED 27 FEB

EC: 20/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 13:00 to 17:00; 01760 722616 or www. forestedgearena.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 2 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 6 PYO S: M73/M69/AM98/A102 Please state clearly on entry form, may do more than one test. ORT £21 £22, £10, £5

HARGATE ARENA, DERBYSHIRE

WED 27 FEB

EC: 17/02/2013 TIMES: 25/02/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01283 734981 or www. hargateequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £15 £16, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £15 £16, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 7 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £16 8 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £16

KEYSOE, BEDFORDSHIRE

WED 27 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 25/02/2013 between 15:30 to 17:00; 01234 708400 or www.keysoe. com/times.shtml Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 3 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 10 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £25 £50, £25, £25 11 PYO S: Adv/FEI/FEIU25 OT £25 £50, £25, £25

WEST WILTS, WILTSHIRE

WED 27 - THU 28 FEB

EC: 13/02/2013 TIMES: 25/02/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01225 783220 or www. westwilts.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Wednesday 27 February 1 FEI PE GRADE IV Test 41 2006 R £20 2 FEI PE GRADE III Test 31 2006 R £20 3 FEI PE GRADE II Test 21 2006 R £20 4 FEI PE GRADE Ib Test 10 2006 R £20 5 FEI PE Grade Ia Test 3 2006 R £20 6 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE IV Novice 2010 Q R £20 7 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE III Novice 2010 Q R £20 8 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE II Novice 2010 Q R £20 9 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE Ib Novice 2010 Q R £20 10 Hickstead FEI PE Grade Ia Novice 2010 Q R £20 11 FEI PE GRADE IV Team 2010 O £20 12 FEI PE GRADE III Team 2010 O £20 13 FEI PE GRADE II Team 2010 O £20 14 FEI PE GRADE Ib Team 2010 O £20 15 FEI PE Grade Ia Team 2010 O £20 16 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE IV Individual Championship 2010 Q O £20 17 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE III Individual Championship 2010 Q O £20 18 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE II Individual Championship 2010 Q O £20 19 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE Ib Individual Championship 2010 Q O £20 20 Hickstead FEI PE Grade Ia Individual Championship 2010 Q O £20 Thursday 28 February 21 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19.20 £20, £10, £8 22A Preliminary 19 2008 S £19.20 £20, £10, £8 22B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19.20 £20, £10, £8 23 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £19.20 £20, £12, £10 24 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £19.20 £20, £12, £10 25 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20.20 £21, £13, £10 26 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20.20 £21, £13, £10 27 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £21.20 £22, £15, £10 28 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £21.20 £22, £15, £10

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Patchetts Southern Winter Regional, Hertfordshire

Thu 28 Feb - Mon 4 Mar

CONTACTS: A: Patchetts Equestrian Centre, Hilfield Lane, Aldenham, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD25 8PE RDO: KP SEC: Patchetts Equestrian Centre E: antoniadebearn@patchetts.co.uk W: www.patchetts.co.uk Pay: Patchetts Green Ltd Notes: All arenas surfaced. Tack shop licensed club house resturant on site. Temporary stabling available on-site, £35 per night or £100 for duration; hook-up £25. All withdrawals by phone/text 07785 303 577. Directions: M1 exit J 5 and take the A41 towards Harrow; M25 exit J 19 and take A41 towards Watford/London. Come to Roundabout with Old Red Lion Pub, turn left onto B462 signposted towards Radlett & Aldenham, go under motorway bridge and take first right into Hillfield Lane. Patchetts E.C is on the right. EC: 14/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 10:00 to 13:00; 01923 852255 or www.patchetts.co.uk after 13.00 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Thursday 28 February 1 Charles Owen Advanced Medium 98 2002 S R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 2 Charles Owen Advanced Medium 98 2002 S O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 3 Nupafeed Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 4 NAF Magic Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Friday 1 March 5 Baileys Freestyle Music Novice 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 6 GFS Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 7 Albion Medium 75 2002 S O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 8 Spillers Freestyle Music Medium 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Saturday 2 March 9 KBIS Preliminary 19 2008 S £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 10 Blue Chip Novice 39 2010 S R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 11 Baileys Freestyle Music Novice 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Sunday 3 March 12 Equitop Myoplast Elementary 59 2010 S R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 13 GFS Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 14 Albion Medium 75 2002 S R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 15 Spillers Freestyle Music Medium 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Monday 4 March 16 Blue Chip Novice 39 2010 S O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 17 Equitop Myoplast Elementary 59 2010 S O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20

29 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT 30 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT 31 PYO : Adv- Int 1

£22.20 £23, £15, £10 £22.20 £23, £15, £10 £22.20 £23, £15, £10

ADDINGTON MANOR EC, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE THU 28 FEB EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 13:00 to 15:00; 01296 712402 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 2 Novice 22 2007 S OR £19 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ OR £19 4 Elementary 40 2010 S OR £19 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £19 6 Medium 69 2005 S OR £22 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £22 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £22 9 PYO S: Adv-INT I £23 10 Horse Health FEI Intermediate II 2009 SQ £23

BICTON ARENA, DEVON

Prizes £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £28, £20, £15 £28, £20, £15 £28, £20, £15 £30, £25, £20 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10

THU 28 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01395 441162 or www.bictonarena.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Unaffiliated PYO : Any current long arena Elementary test. £15 2 PYO S: M61 / M69 / M73 ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 PYO S: AM85 / AM92 / AM96 ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

EAGLESFIELD EC, KENT

THU 28 FEB

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 25/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07754 173010 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £19 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £19 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £19

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Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

FIELD HOUSE, STAFFORDSHIRE

THU 28 FEB

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 18:30 to 20:30; 07773 299793 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £16 2 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £19 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £19 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £19 7 PYO S: PYO: M -GP OR £20

STEP ASIDE DRESSAGE, WEST SUSSEX

Prizes £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12

THU 28 FEB

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01273 857044 or www. royalleisure.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 9 PYO S: AM85, A105,PSG,INT 1 State test on entry form ORT £21 £22, £12, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £21 £22, £12, £10 11 PYO S: ANY FEI TEST. State test on entry form OT £21 £22, £12, £10

ALLENS HILL, WORCESTERSHIRE

FRI 1 - SAT 2 MAR

EC: 22/02/2013 TIMES: 26/02/2013 between 16:00 to 19:00; 07546 028301 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 1 March 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £20, £10, £10 2 Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £20, £10, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 4 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10


Rowallan Scottish Winter Regional, East Ayrshire

Fri 1 - Sun 3 Mar

CONTACTS: A: Rowallan Activity Centre, Meiklemosside, Fenwick, East Ayrshire, KA3 6AY RDO: CG SEC: Lord John Rowallan E: john.rowallan@btconnect.com W: www.rowallanac.com Pay: Rowallan AC Notes: Please download a BD entry form using the link above Late entries accepted, if space available, at £5 extra per class. £30 per stable for 1, 2 or 3 nights For affiliated classes as per BD Rule Book. Entries will be taken on a 1st come 1st served basis. Directions: 1 mile from the M77 junction 7 southbound and junction 8 northbound Glasgow to Ayr Road on B751 for Kilmaurs. EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01560 600769 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 1 March 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £20 £22, £10, £5 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 Saturday 2 March 5A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 5B Preliminary 14 2006 S £20 £22, £10, £5 6 KBIS Winter Regional Championship Preliminary 19 2008 £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 7 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 8 Blue Chip Winter Regional Championship Novice 39 2010 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 9 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 10 Equitop Myoplast Winter Regional Championship Elementary 59 2010 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 11 Baileys Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Novice 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 12 Baileys Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Novice 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 13 GFS Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 14 GFS Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 15 Spillers Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Medium 2012 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 16 Spillers Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Medium 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 17 Nupafeed Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 18 NAF Magic Winter Regional Championship Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20 Sunday 3 March 19A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 19B Preliminary 13 2006 S £20 £22, £10, £5 20 Novice 30 2006 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 21 Blue Chip Winter Regional Championship Novice 39 2010 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 22 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 23 Equitop Myoplast Winter Regional Championship Elementary 59 2010 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 24 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 25 Albion Winter Regional Championship Medium 75 2002 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 26 Albion Winter Regional Championship Medium 75 2002 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 27 Charles Owen Winter Regional Championship Advanced Medium 98 2002 R £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20 28 Charles Owen Winter Regional Championship Advanced Medium 98 2002 O £35 £40, £30, £25, £20, £20

5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 6 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 8 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 Saturday 2 March 11 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £20, £10, £10 12 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £20, £10, £10 13 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 14 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 15 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 16 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 17 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 18 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 19 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £17 £20, £10, £10 20 Advanced 102 2012 OT £17 £20, £10, £10 21 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ £17 £40, £30, £30

CROFT RIDING CENTRE DRESSAGE, CHESHIRE

FRI 1 MAR

EC: 19/02/2013 TIMES: 27/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01925 763715; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £15, £12 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12

2B 3 Dodson & Horrell 4 Stretch & Flex 5 Dressage Deluxe

Preliminary 19 2008 S Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT

R.E.C EVENTS, NORTH YORKSHIRE

£17 £17 £17 £17

£18, £15, £12 £18, £15, £12 £18, £15, £12 £18, £15, £12

FRI 1 MAR

EC: 22/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01748 811295 or www. richmondequestriancentre.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Introductory A 2008 S £16 £18, £16, £14 2 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16 £18, £16, £14 3 Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 £18, £16, £14 4 Novice 27 2007 S OR £16 £18, £16, £14 5 Novice 30 2006 S OR £16 £18, £16, £14 6 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £18 £20, £16, £14 7 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £18 £20, £18, £16 8 Medium 69 2005 S OR £20 £22, £20, £18 9 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20 £22, £20, £18 10 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S OR £20 £22, £20, £18 11 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £20 £22, £20, £18 12 Advanced 102 2012 O £20 £22, £20, £18

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SAT 2 - SUN 3 MAR

EC: 20/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 07795 011955 or www.bicton. ac.uk/events Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 2 March 1 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 3 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £19 4 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 6 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £19 Sunday 3 March 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 9 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £19 10 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 11 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £7 12 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £19

BURROWS COURT FARM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 20/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 20:00 to 22:00; 01453 542488 or www. burrowscourtfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £19 £25, £10, £10 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £19 £25, £10, £10 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £25, £10, £10 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £19 £25, £10, £10 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £19 £25, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £19 £25, £10, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £21 £25, £10, £10

BURY FARM EC, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 18/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 12:30 to 17:00; 01525 222114 or www. buryfarmequestates.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £24 £25, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £24 £25, £15, £10 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £24 £25, £15, £10 4 PYO : Any current 20x60 Nov ORT £24 £25, £15, £10 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £24 £25, £15, £10 6 PYO : Any current 20x60 Ele ORT £24 £25, £15, £10 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £24 £25, £15, £10 8 PYO : Any current 20x60 Med ORT £24 £25, £15, £10

COLLEGE OF WEST ANGLIA, CAMBRIDGESHIRE SAT 2 MAR EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 09:00 to 15:00; 01223860701&Option0 or www.cwa.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £16 £20, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £16 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 9 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £16 £20, £10, £5 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £16 £20, £10, £5

COLRAINE, CORNWALL

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 15:00 to 17:00; 01872 575080 or www.colraine. co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £10 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10

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MOUNT BALLAN MANOR, MONMOUTHSHIRE

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 20/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01291 420778 or www. cricklands.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £17 £18, £8, £6 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £18, £8, £6 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £8, £6 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 £18, £8, £6 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £8, £6 6 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £8, £6 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £8, £6 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ ORT £17 £18, £8, £6

REASEHEATH COLLEGE, CHESHIRE

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 15/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 09:30 to 12:30; 01270 616448 or www. reaseheath.co.uk; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £14, £10 2 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £14, £10 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £17 £18, £14, £10 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £14, £10 5 Advanced Medium 96 2011 S ORT £17 £18, £14, £10 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £17 £18, £14, £10

SADDLESDANE EC, KENT

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 20/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 09:00 to 17:00; 01233 740178 or www. saddlesdane.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE COLLEGE (RODBASTON), STAFFORDSHIRE

SAT 2 - SUN 3 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.southstaffs.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 2 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £20, £15, £12 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £20, £15, £12 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 Sunday 3 March 7 Medium 73 2007 S ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £17 £20, £15, £12 10 Advanced 100 2002 OT £17 £20, £15, £12 11 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £20 £22, £18, £15 12 FEI Intermediate I 2009 S £20 £22, £18, £15

SWALLOWFIELD, WARWICKSHIRE

SAT 2 - SUN 3 MAR

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 11:00 to 13:00; 01564 784475 or www. swallowfield.net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 2 March 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 9 PYO S: Advanced 100 - Int 1 O £19 £20, £15, £10


Sunday 3 March 10 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £19 £20, £15, £10 11 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £19 £20, £15, £10 12 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £19 £20, £15, £10 13 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £19 £20, £15, £10 14 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q O £19 £20, £15, £10

WINDMILL FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

SAT 2 MAR

EC: 23/02/2013 TIMES: 28/02/2013 between 13:00 to 20:00; Times on Website or www. windmill-farm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 10 Advanced Medium 96 2011 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10

BOYTON HALL EC, SUFFOLK

SUN 3 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

ELAND LODGE, DERBYSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01283 575856 or www. elandlodge.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 4 2002 S £16 £20, £15, £10 2A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £16 £20, £15, £10 2B Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £16 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £16 £20, £15, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £16 £20, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ OR £16 £20, £15, £10

EPWORTH EQUESTRIAN, SOUTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07786 631750 or www. epworthequestrianltd.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 13 2006 S £17.50 £20, £15, £10 1B Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17.50 £20, £15, £10 2A Preliminary 14 2006 S £17.50 £20, £15, £10 2B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17.50 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £17.50 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £17.50 £20, £15, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £17.50 £20, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £17.50 £20, £15, £10

HARTPURY COLLEGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

EC: 21/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01452702397/127 or www. hartpury.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 22 2007 S OR £19 £20, £15, £12 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £12 3 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 £20, £15, £12 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £12 5 Medium 61 2002 S OR £19 £20, £15, £12 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £12 7 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S OR £19 £20, £15, £12 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £12

MAELOR EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, FLINTSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

EC: 17/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01978 750302 or www. maelorec.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5

OAKLANDS COLLEGE, HERTFORDSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

VALE VIEW EC, LEICESTERSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 12:00 to 14:00; 01664 823739 or www. valeviewequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 7 PYO S: A102 - INTER 1 OT £22 £25, £15, £10 8 PYO S: INTER II - GP OT £22 £25, £15, £10

YORKSHIRE RIDING CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 3 MAR

EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07715 115164 or www. pennineviewstud.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 2A Preliminary 13 2006 S £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 2B Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £18.50 £20.50, £14.50, £9.50 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £18.50 £20.50, £14.50, £9.50 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £12.50 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £12.50 9 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £12.50 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £12.50

RUNNINGWELL, ESSEX

MON 4 MAR

EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 01/03/2013 between 10:00 to 12:00; 01268 711221 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £15 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £15 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £15

BARLEYFIELDS, DERBYSHIRE

Prizes £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8

TUE 5 MAR

EC: 26/02/2013 TIMES: 03/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.barleyfields.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £14 £15, £10, £7, £7 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £14 £15, £10, £7, £7 2 Novice 27 2007 S OR £15 £16, £12, £8, £8 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £16 £17, £12, £8, £8 4 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £17 £18, £12, £8, £8 5 Elementary 49 2009 S OR £17 £18, £12, £8, £8

KINGS EQUESTRIAN, HEREFORDSHIRE

TUE 5 MAR

EC: 01/03/2013 TIMES: 03/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01885 400650 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £18 3 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18

Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

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Myerscough College Premier League, Lancashire

Wed 6 - Sun 10 Mar

Contacts: A: A: Myerscough College, Myerscough Hall, St. Michaels Road, Bilsborrow, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 0RY W: www.myerscough.ac.uk Pay: Myerscough College Notes: Temporary boxes on site £35 per night or £120 for duration. Stable will be provided empty. Shavings pre-ordered price @ £7.50 per bale or available to purchase on site @ £8 per bale. Straw pre-ordered price @ £3.50 per bale or available to purchase on site @ £4 per bale. Or bring your own. Stabling time runs from 4pm to 4pm the following day. Please book and enclose full payment for stabling with your entry fee and include a deposit of £10 per stable which will be refunded when stables are vacated and left clean. No refunds after booking. Limited hook-up available @ £15 per night or £50 for the duration and must be pre-booked. All arenas surfaced. Classes on Wed will not start before 3pm.? If busy classes may start as early as 7:30am. If sufficient entries later classes may run into evening. Ample parking. No lungeing. Late entries will be accepted £5 per class extra if space. Tickets for Music Evening: Adults £12; Under 12s & OAPs £10 - available from the Organiser, please send SAE to address above. Freestyle competitors please contact Organiser for complimentary tickets for owners/sponsors. All Freestyle starters will have entry fee refunded. Class 11 is also a Wellington Direct Qualifier. Directions: Leave M6 at Junction 32 travelling north or Junction 33 travelling south. The College is off the A6 at Bilsborrow and is clearly signposted. Turn by the side of Guys Eating Establishment. Use second entrance into college signed Plantworld. EC: 20/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 13:00 to 17:00; 01995 642115 or www.myerscough.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Wednesday 6 March 1 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £30 £35, £30, £25, £20, £20 2 Advanced 102 2012 O £30 £35, £30, £25, £20, £20 Thursday 7 March 3 Shearwater Potential International Dressge Horse 4 Yr Old Q £30 £40, £30, £25 4 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £45 £120, £80, £70, £50, £40 5 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £45 £120, £80, £70, £50, £40 Friday 8 March 6 Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse 5 Yr Old Q £30 £40, £30, £25 7 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £45 £120, £80, £70, £50, £40 Saturday 9 March 8 FEI Young Rider Team 2009 O £30 £50, £30, £25 9 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £45 £120, £80, £70, £50, £40 10 Horse Health FEI Intermediate II 2009 SQ £50 £130, £100, £70, £50, £50 11 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q £30 £150, £125, £100, £75 12 Freestyle Music Intermediate I 2009 £30 £150, £125, £100, £75 13 Freestyle Music Grand Prix 2009 £30 £150, £125, £100, £75 Sunday 10 March 14 FEI Pony Team 2009 O £30 £50, £30, £20 15 FEI Grand Prix 2009 SQ £50 £200, £150, £100, £75, £50 16 FEI Junior Team 2009 £30 £50, £30, £20

StitchQuickEmbroidery - SQE

4 Dressage Deluxe 5 6 Suregrow Fertiliser 7

Medium 75 2002 SQ Advanced Medium 85 2009 S Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ PYO S: A102,A105 & PSG

ORT ORT ORT O

WIDMER FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

£18 £18 £18 £18

£20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

TUE 5 MAR

EC: 23/02/2013 TIMES: 02/03/2013 between 14:00 to 18:00; 01844 275139 or www. widmerequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

ARENA UK EC, LINCOLNSHIRE

WED 6 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

ASTON LE WALLS, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

WED 6 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 02/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07721 551713 or www.aston-lewalls.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £20 £22, £10, £5 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £20 £22, £10, £5 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5

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Elementary 57 2007 SQ Medium 61 2002 S Medium 75 2002 SQ Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ

BEAVER HALL, STAFFORDSHIRE

ORT ORT ORT ORT

£20 £20 £20 £20

£22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5

WED 6 MAR

EC: 03/03/2013 TIMES: 05/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.beaverhall.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 3 Novice 30 2006 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 4 Novice 34 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 6 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 10 PYO S: Any current Adv or FEI Test ORT £20 £21, £12, £10

BEDGEBURY PARK, KENT

WED 6 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 17:00 to 17:30; 07757 301276 or www. bedgeburypark.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 3 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 4 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Advanced 100 2002 OT £20 £21, £10, £5 6 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £20 £21, £10, £5 7 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £20 £21, £10, £5


CHECKENDON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, BERKSHIRE

WED 6 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 17:00 to 19:00; 01491 680225 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Introductory A 2008 S £18 2 Preliminary 7 2002 S £18 3 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 4 Novice 28 2008 S OR £18 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £18 6 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £18

PORT ROYAL, EAST YORKSHIRE

Prizes £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5

WED 6 MAR

EC: 04/03/2013 TIMES: 05/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07950 819267 or www. portroyaleec.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 4 2002 S £18 £21, £10, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £21, £10, £10 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £10 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £10

STOCKLAND LOVELL, SOMERSET

WED 6 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01278 652224 or www. stocklandlovell.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £16 £17, £11, £8 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £16 £17, £11, £8 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £17 £18, £12, £9 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £17 £18, £12, £9 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £18 £19, £13, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £18 £19, £13, £10

TALL TREES, CORNWALL

WED 6 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 12:00 to 15:00; 01840 770342 or www.talltrees.com see diary page Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £21, £13, £10 2 Novice 22 2007 S OR £21 £22, £13, £10 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £21 £22, £13, £10 4 Elementary 53 2007 S OR £21 £22, £13, £10 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £21 £22, £13, £10 6 Medium 61 2002 S OR £22 £23, £13, £10 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £22 £23, £13, £10

EAGLESFIELD EC, KENT

THU 7 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07754 173010 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £19 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £19 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £19 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £19

FIELD HOUSE, STAFFORDSHIRE

Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

THU 7 MAR

EC: 26/02/2012 TIMES: 05/03/2012 between 18:30 to 20:30; 07773 299793 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £16 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £16 3 Novice 30 2006 S ORT £19 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £19

Prizes £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £21, £17, £12 £21, £12, £12 £21, £12, £12

6 Stretch & Flex 7 8 Dressage Deluxe 9

Elementary 53 2007 SQ Medium 61 2002 S Medium 75 2002 SQ Advanced Medium 85 2009 S

HALF MOON STUD, DORSET

ORT ORT ORT ORT

£19 £19 £19 £19

THU 7 MAR

EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 05/03/2013 between 16:00 to 18:00; 01747 851685 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £20 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £20 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £20 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £20 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £20 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £20 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £20 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £20

NORTON HEATH, ESSEX

£21, £12, £12 £21, £12, £12 £21, £12, £12 £21, £12, £12

Prizes £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5

THU 7 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 05/03/2013 between 10:00 to 12:00; 01277 824860 or www. nortonheath.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 30 2006 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 3 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Medium 71 2002 S ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 7 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5

SOLIHULL RC, WEST MIDLANDS

THU 7 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

WEST WILTS, WILTSHIRE

THU 7 MAR

EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 05/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01225 783220 or www. westwilts.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £19.20 £20, £10, £8 2A Preliminary 14 2006 S £19.20 £20, £10, £8 2B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19.20 £20, £10, £8 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19.20 £20, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £19.20 £20, £12, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £20.20 £21, £13, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £20.20 £21, £13, £10 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £21.20 £22, £15, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £21.20 £22, £15, £10 9 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S ORT £22.20 £23, £15, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £22.20 £23, £15, £10 11 PYO S: Adv to Int 1 £22.20 £23, £15, £10

FENNING FARM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

FRI 8 MAR

EC: 26/02/2013 TIMES: 06/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.fenningfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £19 £20, £10, £5 2B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 9 PYO S: AM92/94/96 ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5

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SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL GORDON DRESSAGE GROUP, ABERDEENSHIRE

FRI 8 - SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 06/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07974 961304 or www. gordondressagegroup.org.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 8 March 1 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £5, £3 2 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £5, £3 3 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £19 £20, £5, £3 4 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £19 £20, £5, £3 5 Advanced 102 2012 OT £19 £20, £5, £3 6 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ ABT £19 £20, £5, £3 7 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £19 £20, £5, £3 8 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £15 9 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £17 10 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £17 11 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q OT £19 12 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q OT £19 Saturday 9 March 13 Preliminary 1 2006 S £15 £16, £5, £3 14 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £15 £16, £5, £3 15 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £15 £16, £5, £3 16 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £15 £16, £5, £3 17 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £17 £18, £5, £3 18 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £5, £3 19 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £5, £3 20 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £5, £3 21 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £5, £3 22 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £19 £20, £5, £3 23 Advanced 102 2012 OT £19 £20, £5, £3 24 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ ABT £19 £20, £5, £3 25 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £19 £20, £5, £3

KINGSBARN EQUESTRIAN, STIRLINGSHIRE FRI 8 - SUN 10 MAR Please refer to BD Website.

OLDENCRAIG, SURREY

FRI 8 - SAT 9 MAR

EC: 26/02/2013 TIMES: 06/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07967 676504 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 8 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 Saturday 9 March 10 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 11 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 12 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 13 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £18 £19, £10, £5 14 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q O £25 £30, £20, £10

SUMMERHOUSE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

FRI 8 MAR

EC: 26/02/2013 TIMES: 06/03/2013 between 10:00 to 14:00; 01452 726633 or www. summerhouseec.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £20, £10, £10 1B Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £20, £10, £10 2A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £20, £10, £10 2B Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £20, £10, £10 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £10 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10

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7 8 Dressage Deluxe 9 10 Suregrow Fertiliser

Medium 73 2007 S Medium 75 2002 SQ Advanced Medium 85 2009 S Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ

ORT ORT ORT ORT

£19 £19 £19 £19

BERKSHIRE COLLEGE, BERKSHIRE

£20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 10:30 to 14:00; 01628 827529 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £20 £22, £18, £15 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £18, £15 3 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q £20 4 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £22, £18, £15 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £18, £15 6 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £20 7 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £20 £22, £18, £15 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £22, £18, £15 9 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £20 10 Advanced 102 2012 O £20 £22, £18, £15 11 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £25 £30, £25, £20 12 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q £25

BISHOP BURTON COLLEGE, EAST YORKSHIRE

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 15:00 to 17:00; 01964 553087 or www. bishopburton.ac.uk/equestrian Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £16, £10 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18 £19, £16, £10 2 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £10 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £10 4 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £10 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £10

BLUEGATE HALL FARM, ESSEX

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01799 599776 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £17 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £17

BRAHAN, HIGHLAND

Prizes £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07748 016685 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £13 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £13 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £13 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £13 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £13 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £13 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ OR £13 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 90 2012 SQ OR £13 9 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £13 10 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £13

BROOKSBY MELTON COLLEGE, LEICESTERSHIRE

Prizes £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3 £14, £7, £3

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 16:00 to 18:00; 01664 424280 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Introductory A 2008 S £17 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 3 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 4 Novice 24 2010 S OR £17 5 Novice 30 2006 S OR £17 6 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £17

Prizes £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10


CHECKENDON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, BERKSHIRE

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 17:00 to 19:00; 01491 680225 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Introductory B 2009 S £18 2 Preliminary 12 2005 S £18 3 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 4 Novice 27 2007 S OR £18 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £18

COBHAM MANOR, KENT

Prizes £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5 £19, £13, £5

SAT 9 - SUN 10 MAR

EC: 02/03/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01622 738497 or www.cobhammanor.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 9 March 1 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17.50 £18, £10, £5 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £17.50 £18, £10, £5 3 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £17.50 4 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £17.50 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 7 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £17.50 8 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 10 PYO S O £19 £20, £10, £5 Sunday 10 March 11 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17.50 £18, £10, £5 12 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17.50 £18, £10, £5 13 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17.50 £18, £10, £5 14 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £17.50 £18, £10, £5 15 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £17.50

CROFTON MANOR EC, HAMPSHIRE

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 01/03/2013 TIMES: 06/03/2013 between 10:00 to 13:00; 01329 667323 or www. croftonmanor.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £19, £16, £14 2 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 4 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 6 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 8 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S ORT £20 £21, £17, £15 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £17, £15

DUCHY COLLEGE, CORNWALL

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:45; 01579 372235 or www.duchy. ac.uk/events Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £14 £15, £11, £7 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £14 £15, £11, £7 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £16 £17, £12, £8 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £16 £17, £12, £8 5 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £18 £19, £14, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £18 £19, £14, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S OR £20 £21, £16, £12 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20 £21, £16, £12 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £20 £21, £16, £12

GUERNSEY DRESSAGE GROUP CHEMIN LE ROI, CHANNEL ISLANDS

SAT 9 - SUN 10 MAR

EC: 23/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 17:00 to 20:00; 07781 438047 or will be sent via email. Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 9 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £12.50 £14, £9, £7 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7

3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 6 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ £12.50 £35, £25, £20, £15, £10, £5 Sunday 10 March 7 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £12.50 £14, £9, £7 8 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 9 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 10 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 11 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £12.50 £14, £9, £7 12 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ £12.50 £35, £25, £20, £15, £10, £5

HOME FARM EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 02/03/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 15:00 to 17:00; 07771 346512 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 23 2012 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £22 £23 4 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £22 £23 7 Medium 69 2005 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 9 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £22 £23

HUNTERS EQUESTRIAN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01285 640790 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18.50 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £18.50 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18.50 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18.50 3 Novice 27 2007 S OR £19.50 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £19.50 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £20 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £20 7 Medium 63 2002 S OR £20.50 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20.50

ISLE OF MAN DRESSAGE GROUP, ISLE OF MAN

Prizes £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7

SAT 9 MAR

EC: 02/03/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 18:00 to 19:00; 07624 464631 or www. iomdressagegroup.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £14 £16, £12, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £14 £16, £12, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £14 £16, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £14 £16, £12, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £14 £16, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £14 £16, £12, £10 7 Medium 63 2002 S OR £14 £16, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ OR £14 £16, £12, £10 9 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S OR £14 £16, £12, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ OR £14 £16, £12, £10

PACHESHAM EC, SURREY

SAT 9 - SUN 10 MAR

EC: 04/03/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013; Emergencies only text 07771936207 or www. pachesham.com from 5pm Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 9 March 1 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 3 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10

BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL Sunday 10 March 7A Preliminary 15 2008 S £22 £30, £20, £10 7B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £22 £30, £20, £10 8A Preliminary 19 2008 S £22 £30, £20, £10 8B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £22 £30, £20, £10

ABBEY DRESSAGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 03/03/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; text 07775840808 or www. abbeydressage.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £18 £19, £10, £8 2A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 2B Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 3 Novice 28 2008 S OR £18 £19, £10, £8 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ OR £18 £19, £10, £8 5 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £20 £21, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £20 £21, £12, £10

BLACKDYKE FARM, CUMBRIA

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 10:00 to 16:00; 01228 675000 or www. blackdykefarm.info Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £16 £17, £10, £5 2 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 4 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5

BROOK FARM TC, ESSEX

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 01/03/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 13:00 to 15:00; 07595 023326 or www. brookfarmtc.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 13 2006 S £20 £21, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £20 £21, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £20 £21, £10, £5 2B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £21, £10, £5 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £20 £21, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ OR £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £20 £21, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £20 £21, £10, £5 7 Medium 63 2002 S OR £21 £22, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ OR £21 £22, £10, £5 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £21 £22, £10, £5

CELAERON DRESSAGE, CEREDIGION

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01545 574999 or www. celaeron.co.uk

EAST SOLEY EC, BERKSHIRE

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 07/03/2013 between 18:00 to 21:00; 01488 686232 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £18 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 4 Medium 73 2007 S ORT £18 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £18

ELMS FARM EQUESTRIAN, LINCOLNSHIRE

Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.elmsfarmequestrian. com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £17 £20, £16, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £20, £16, £10 3 Novice 34 2009 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10

80

| ISSUE 1 2013 | BR ITISH DR ESSAGE

KINGSTON MAURWARD, DORSET

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 11:00 to 14:00; 01305215135 or web site Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £18 £19, £12, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 £19, £12, £10 3 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19 £20, £13, £11 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £13, £11 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £14, £12 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £14, £12 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £15, £13

NORTHALLERTON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 10:00 to 14:00; 01609 772942 or www. northallertonequestriancentre.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £16 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £16 £20, £15, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 9 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £20 £25, £20, £15 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ ORT £20 £25, £20, £15 11 FEI PE GRADE IV Test 41 2006 R £16 12 FEI PE GRADE III Test 31 2006 R £16 13 FEI PE GRADE II Test 21 2006 R £16 14 FEI PE GRADE Ib Test 10 2006 R £16 15 FEI PE Grade Ia Test 3 2006 R £16 16 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE IV Novice 2010 Q R £16 17 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE III Novice 2010 Q R £16 18 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE II Novice 2010 Q R £16 19 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE Ib Novice 2010 Q R £16 20 Hickstead FEI PE Grade Ia Novice 2010 Q R £16 21 FEI PE GRADE IV Team 2010 O £16 22 FEI PE GRADE III Team 2010 O £16 23 FEI PE GRADE II Team 2010 O £16 24 FEI PE GRADE Ib Team 2010 O £16 25 FEI PE Grade Ia Team 2010 O £16 26 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE IV Individual Championship 2010 Q O £16 27 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE III Individual Championship 2010 Q O £16 28 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE II Individual Championship 2010 Q O £16 29 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE Ib Individual Championship 2010 Q O £16 30 Hickstead FEI PE Grade Ia Individual Championship 2010 Q O £16

QUEACH FARM STABLES, SUFFOLK

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 04/03/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 19:00 to 20:30; 07756 859346 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Introductory A 2008 S £12 2 Introductory B 2009 S £12 3 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 4 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £15 5 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 6 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17

UGIE DRESSAGE, ABERDEENSHIRE

Prizes £13, £10, £7 £13, £10, £7 £16, £10, £7 £16, £10, £7 £18, £10, £7 £18, £10, £7

SUN 10 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 09/03/2013 between 21:00 to 22:00; 07917 726071 or www. ugiedressasge.moonfruit.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £12 £13, £5, £3 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £12 £13, £5, £3 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £12 £13, £5, £3 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £12 £13, £5, £3 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £14 £15, £6, £4 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £14 £15, £6, £4 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £14 £15, £6, £4 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £14 £15, £6, £4


WARREN FARM EC, MERSEYSIDE

SUN 10 MAR

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WITHAM VILLA, LEICESTERSHIRE

SUN 10 - MON 11 MAR

EC: 28/02/2013 TIMES: 09/03/2013 between 09:00 to 12:00; 01455 282694 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Sunday 10 March 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £16 £17, £15, £13 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16 £17, £15, £13 Monday 11 March 3 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £16 £17, £15, £13 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £16 £17, £15, £13 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £16, £14 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £16, £14 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £17 £18, £16, £14 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £16, £14 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £17 £18, £16, £14 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £16, £14

SNOWBALL FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

MON 11 MAR

EC: 01/03/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07731 902105 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £19 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £19 3 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £19 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £19

WELLINGTON RIDING, HAMPSHIRE

Prizes £20, £12, £10 £20, £12, £10 £20, £12, £10 £20, £12, £10

MON 11 MAR

EC: 25/02/2013 TIMES: 08/03/2013 between 13:00 to 15:00; 0118 922 5371 or www. wellington-riding.com/shows-and-events/event-times/ Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £21 £22, £15, £10 2 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £21 £22, £15, £10 3 PYO S: FEI PSG-GP OR £21 £22, £15, £10

CROW WOOD DRESSAGE, LANCASHIRE

WED 13 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 11/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01282 471906 or www. crowwoodequestrian.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5

FOREST EDGE ARENA, NORFOLK

WED 13 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 12/03/2013 between 13:00 to 17:00; 01760 722616 or www. forestedgearena.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 2 Novice 38 2005 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 4 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5

HARGATE ARENA, DERBYSHIRE

WED 13 MAR

EC: 24/02/2013 TIMES: 04/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01283 734981 or www. hargateequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 1 2006 S £15 £16, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 £16, £10, £5 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5

KEYSOE, BEDFORDSHIRE

WED 13 MAR

EC: 27/02/2013 TIMES: 11/03/2013 between 15:30 to 17:00; 01234 708400 or www.keysoe. com/times.shtml Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 10 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £25 £50, £25, £25 11 PYO S: Advanced, FEI & FEIU25 OT £25 £50, £25, £25

QUOB STABLES, HAMPSHIRE

WED 13 MAR

EC: 03/03/2013 TIMES: 11/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 02380 694657 or www. quobstables.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12

SOUTH VIEW, CHESHIRE

WED 13 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 11/03/2013 between 11:00 to 17:00; 01270 528684 or www. southviewarena.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £19, £16, £13 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £17 £19, £16, £13 2A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £19, £16, £13 2B Preliminary 13 2006 S £17 £19, £16, £13 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 £19, £16, £13 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 £19, £16, £13 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £18 £20, £17, £14 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £17, £14

WINDMILL FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

WED 13 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 11/03/2013 between 13:00 to 20:00; Times on Website or www. windmill-farm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 2 Elementary 57 2007 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 3 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 4 Shearwater Young Dressage Horse BD Basic 4yr 2003 Q £18 £20, £15, £10 5 Shearwater Young Dressage Horse BD Elem 5yr 2009 Q £18 £20, £15, £10 6 Shearwater Young Dressage Horse BD Med 6yr 2009 Q £18 £20, £15, £10

ADDINGTON MANOR EC, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE THU 14 MAR EC: 04/03/2013 TIMES: 12/03/2013 between 13:00 to 15:00; 01296 712402 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 2 Novice 38 2005 S OR £19 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ OR £19 4 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £19 6 Medium 61 2002 S OR £22 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £22 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £22 9 PYO S: Adv-INT I £23 10 FEI Grand Prix 2009 SQ £23

Prizes £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £28, £20, £15 £28, £20, £15 £28, £20, £15 £30, £25, £20 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10

BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL MORETON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, DORSET

THU 14 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 12/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 07780694535or01929463662 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £14, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £14, £10 3 Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £14, £10 4 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £14, £10 5 Novice 22 2007 S OR £17 £18, £14, £10 6 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £17 £18, £14, £10 7 Elementary 40 2010 S OR £17 £18, £14, £10 8 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £17 £18, £14, £10 9 Medium 61 2002 S OR £17 £18, £14, £10 10 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £17 £18, £14, £10 11 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £17 £18, £14, £10 12 PYO S: AM85/A105/PSG O £17 £18, £14, £10

PRESCOTT EC, SHROPSHIRE

THU 14 MAR

EC: 04/03/2013 TIMES: 12/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01939 260712 or www. prescottequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £14 £15, £11, £9 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £14 £15, £11, £9 3 Novice 39 2010 S OR £14 £15, £11, £9 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £14 £15, £11, £9 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £16 £17, £12, £10 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £17 £18, £13, £11 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £17 £18, £13, £11

STEP ASIDE DRESSAGE, WEST SUSSEX

THU 14 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 12/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01273 857044 or www. royalleisure.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £8 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £8 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £8 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £8 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £8 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £8 9 PYO S: AM92, A100, PSG, INT 1 Please state test on entry form ORT £21 £22, £12, £8 10 Advanced Medium 98 2002 S ORT £21 £22, £12, £8 11 PYO S: ANY FEI TEST Please state test on entry form OT £21 £22, £12, £8

ALLENS HILL, WORCESTERSHIRE

FRI 15 MAR

EC: 08/03/2013 TIMES: 12/03/2013 between 16:00 to 19:00; 07546 028301 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 3 Novice 37 2007 S ORT £17 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 6 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £17

BIRTLE RIDING CENTRE, LANCASHIRE

FRI 15 MAR

EC: 08/03/2013 TIMES: 13/03/2013 between 17:00 to 19:00; 0161 764 6573 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £17 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £17 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £17 5 Elementary 45 2010 S OR £17 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £17

BURY FARM EC, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Prizes £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10 £20, £10, £10

Prizes £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5

FRI 15 - SUN 17 MAR

EC: 01/03/2013 TIMES: 13/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01525 222114 or www. buryfarmequestates.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 15 March 1 Advanced 105 2011 O £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 2 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £41 £120, £90, £70, £50

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3 Horse Health FEI Intermediate II 2009 SQ £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 Saturday 16 March 4 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 5 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 6 Nathalie Equestrian FEI Grand Prix 2009 SQ £46 £200, £150, £125, £75 7 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 £35 £200, £150, £125, £75 Sunday 17 March 8 PYO : FEI Team Tests: YR 2009/ Jnr 2009/Pony 2012 £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 9 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 10 Freestyle Music Intermediate I 2009 £41 £120, £90, £70, £50 11 Freestyle Music Grand Prix 2009 £46 £200, £150, £125, £75

KINGSWOOD EC, STAFFORDSHIRE

FRI 15 - SAT 16 MAR

EC: 05/03/2013 TIMES: 13/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 15 March 1 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 PYO S: A100 / A102 / A105 £23 £25, £20, £15 6 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £23 £25, £20, £15, £15, £15, £10 7 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £23 £25, £20, £15, £15, £15, £10 8 Horse Health FEI Intermediate II 2009 SQ £25 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10 9 FEI Grand Prix 2009 SQ £25 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10 Saturday 16 March 10A Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £15, £10 10B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 11A Preliminary 19 2008 S £19 £20, £15, £10 11B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 12 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 13 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 14 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 15 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

STILEBRIDGE BARN, KENT

FRI 15 MAR

EC: 05/03/2013 TIMES: 13/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01622 831773 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £18 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 3 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £18 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18

HADDON EQUESTRIAN CLUB, CHESHIRE

Prizes £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 02/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 18:00 to 21:00; 07955 707800 or www. haddonequestrianclub.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £16 £17, £12, £8 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 £17, £12, £8 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16 £17, £12, £8 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £16 £17, £12, £8 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £16 £17, £12, £8 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ OR £16 £17, £12, £8

HARTPURY COLLEGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01452702397/127 or www. hartpury.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £19, £15, £12 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £19, £15, £12 3 Novice 35 2009 S OR £19 £20, £15, £12 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £12


Keysoe Under 25S, Bedfordshire

Sat 16–Sun 17 Mar

Contacts: A: The College Equestrian Centre, Church Road, Keysoe, Bedford, Bedfordshire, MK44 2JP RDO: KP SEC: Mr Simon Bates E: info@keysoe.com W: www.keysoe.com Pay: ‘The College’ one cheque per event Notes: Entrants for classes 1-3 & 14-19 should be of correct age/on correct mount for the class. Combinations that enter the Rider Tests on both days will be squaded after close of entries into random mixed teams for a friendly competition. Uncollected times allocated to waiting list @ 10.00 next day. Late entries £3 extra per class. Stabling: £50 duration plus £10 refundable deposit. Bedding available, not included. Arenas will be available for schooling for all entered horses from 13:00-16:00 on Friday 15/03/13; there will be arena walks (outside the boards) later that evening & Saturday morning. On-line entries at www.keysoe.com. Late entries £3 extra per class. Directions: From Bedford follow B660 (signs to Kimbolton). In Keysoe turn left into Church road (1 mile past White Horse). From Cambridge/Northampton follow B645 to Kimbolton, then take B660 (Signed Bedford) to Keysoe, then Church Road (on right). We can fax a map. EC: 02/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 15:30 to 17:00; 01234 708400 or www.keysoe.com; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 16 March 1 FEI Pony Team 2012 £25 £50, £25, £25 2 FEI Junior Team 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 3 FEI Young Rider Team 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 4 FEI U25 FEI Intermediate II 2009 S £25 £50, £25, £25 5 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 6 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 7 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 10 Fledgling Rider Test 1 2005 £25 £50, £25, £25 11 C Squad Rider Test 1 2010 £25 £50, £25, £25 12 B Squad Rider Test 1 2006 £25 £50, £25, £25 13 A Squad Rider Test 1 2013 £25 £50, £25, £25 Sunday 17 March 14 Freestyle Music Pony 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 15 Freestyle Music Junior Rider 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 16 Freestyle Music Young Rider 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 17 FEI Pony Individual 2012 £25 £50, £25, £25 18 FEI Junior Individual 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 19 FEI Young Rider Individual 2009 £25 £50, £25, £25 20 FEI U25 FEI Grand Prix 2009 S £25 £50, £25, £25 21 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 22 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 23 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 24 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 25 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 26 Fledgling Rider Test 1 2005 £25 £50, £25, £25 27 C Squad Rider Test 1 2010 £25 £50, £25, £25 28 B Squad Rider Test 2 2011 £25 £50, £25, £25 29 A Squad Rider Test 2 2013 £25 £50, £25, £25

LLUEST EQUINE CENTRE, CEREDIGION

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 09/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01970 621676 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1A Preliminary 15 2008 S £16 1B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £16 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £16 2B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £16 3 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £16 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £16 5 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £16 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £16

MERRIST WOOD COLLEGE, SURREY

Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 04/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 on www.merristwood.ac.uk/TheCollege/ OpenToThePublic/RidingArena/CompetitionStartTimes.aspx; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £21 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £21 3 Novice 28 2008 S OR £21 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £21 5 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £21 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £21

Prizes £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10

PENCOED DRESSAGE, GLAMORGAN

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 13/03/2013 between 13:00 to 16:00; 01656 302688 or www. bridgend.ac.uk , click on ‘What’s On’, then click on ‘Equine Events’ where you will find the times under ‘Dressage Events’ Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

PORT ROYAL, EAST YORKSHIRE

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 14/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07950 819267 or www. portroyaleec.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £18 £19, £10, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £10, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £21, £10, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £10 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £10

BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

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Vale View EC BD Festival Of Para Dressage, Leicestershire

Sat 16 - Sun 17 Mar

Contacts: A: A: Vale View Equestrian Centre, Vale View Farm, Nottingham Lane, Old Dalby, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 3LX RDO: SHu SEC: Mrs Julie Hyslop T: 01664 823739 W: www.valeviewequestrian.co.uk Pay: Vale View Equestrian Notes: Running two competition arenas and working in on new all weather surfaces. Dogs on leads. No lungeing. Late entries accepted £4 extra per class if space. Stabling is available. Classes may not run in number order. Classes 13 - 18 & 32 - 35 are championships for qualified riders. Directions: From A46 take Upper Broughton turning, turn Left, First Right onto Nottingham Lane. EC: 08/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 12:00 to 14:00; 01664 823739 or www.valeviewequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 16 March 1 FEI PE GRADE III Test 31 2006 R £19 2 FEI PE GRADE Ib Test 10 2006 R £19 3 FEI PE Grade Ia Test 3 2006 R £19 4 FEI PE GRADE III Team 2010 O £19 5 FEI PE GRADE Ib Team 2010 O £19 6 FEI PE Grade Ia Team 2010 O £19 7 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE III Novice 2010 Q R £19 8 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE Ib Novice 2010 Q R £19 9 Hickstead FEI PE Grade Ia Novice 2010 Q R £19 10 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE III Individual Championship 2010 Q O £19 11 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE Ib Individual Championship 2010 Q O £19 12 Hickstead FEI PE Grade Ia Individual Championship 2010 Q O £19 13 FEI PE Grade Ia Novice 2010 R £19 14 FEI PE Grade Ia Team 2010 O £19 15 FEI PE GRADE Ib Novice 2010 R £19 16 FEI PE GRADE Ib Team 2010 O £19 17 FEI PE GRADE III Novice 2010 R £19 18 FEI PE GRADE III Team 2010 O £19 19 Freestyle Music PYO : Grade IV Long OR £19 20 Freestyle Music PYO : Grade III Short OR £19 21 Freestyle Music PYO : Grade II Short OR £19 22 Freestyle Music PYO : Grade 1b Short OR £19 23 Freestyle Music PYO : Grade 1a Short OR £19 Sunday 17 March 24 FEI PE GRADE IV Test 41 2006 R £19 25 FEI PE GRADE II Test 21 2006 R £19 26 FEI PE GRADE IV Team 2010 O £19 27 FEI PE GRADE II Team 2010 O £19 28 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE IV Novice 2010 Q R £19 29 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE II Novice 2010 Q R £19 30 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE IV Individual Championship 2010 Q O £19 31 Hickstead FEI PE GRADE II Individual Championship 2010 Q O £19 32 FEI PE GRADE II Team 2010 O £19 33 FEI PE GRADE II Novice 2010 R £19 34 FEI PE GRADE IV Novice 2010 R £19 35 FEI PE GRADE IV Team 2010 O £19

10 Suregrow Fertiliser 11 12 13 14

Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £10 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £20 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £20 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £20 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q OT £20

SPARSHOLT COLLEGE, HAMPSHIRE

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 02/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 on www.sparsholt.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £19 3 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £19 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 5 Elementary 57 2007 S ORT £19 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £19 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £19 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £19 9 Advanced Medium 96 2011 S ORT £20 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 11 PYO S: Advanced to GP £22 12 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £27

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Prizes £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £21, £12, £8 £21, £12, £8 £23, £12, £8 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10

13 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £30 14 Horse Health FEI Intermediate II 2009 SQ £30 15 Nathalie Equestrian FEI Grand Prix 2009 SQ £30

STRETCHOLT FARM DRESSAGE, SOMERSET

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 11:00 to 14:00; 01278 683312 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 3 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £22

THE CABIN, ABERDEENSHIRE

£35, £30, £20, £15 £35, £30, £20, £15 £35, £30, £20, £15

Prizes £19, £12, £8 £19, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £20, £12, £8 £23, £12, £8

SAT 16 - SUN 17 MAR

EC: 06/03/2013 TIMES: 13/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.cabinequestrian.co.uk (events) Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 16 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £14 £15, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £14 £15, £10, £5 3 Novice 27 2007 S OR £15 £16, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £15 £16, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £16 £17, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £16 £17, £10, £5


7 Medium 61 2002 S OR £16 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £16 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S OR £16 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £16 Sunday 17 March 11 Preliminary 14 2006 S £14 12 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £14 13 Novice 24 2010 S OR £15 14 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ OR £15 15 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £16 16 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £16 17 Medium 61 2002 S OR £16 18 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £16 19 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S OR £16 20 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £16

THE JAYS, SUFFOLK

£17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £15, £10, £5 £15, £10, £5 £16, £10, £5 £16, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5 £17, £10, £5

SAT 16 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 19:30 to 20:00; 07759 603120 or www. thejaysstud.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £18, £6, £4 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £17 £18, £6, £4 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £18, £6, £4 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £17 £18, £6, £4 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £6, £4 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £6, £4 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £6, £4 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £6, £4

AIREVIEW EC, YORKSHIRE

SUN 17 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

BOLD HEATH, CHESHIRE

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01514 245151 or See Bold Heath Facebook Page Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 7 PYO S O £19 £20, £15, £10

EASTON & OTLEY COLLEGE, NORFOLK

SUN 17 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

HADLOW COLLEGE, KENT

SUN 17 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

HORSE WORLD EC, LINCOLNSHIRE

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 13:00 to 15:00; 01673 849967 or www. horseworldec.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Novice 28 2008 S OR £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £17 £18, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ OR £17 £18, £10, £5

HUNTERS EQUESTRIAN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

TUE 17 MAR

EC: 03/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01285 640790 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 30 2006 S OR £19.50 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19.50 3 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £20 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £20 5 Medium 71 2002 S OR £20.50

Prizes £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7

6 Dressage Deluxe 7 8 Suregrow Fertiliser 9

Medium 75 2002 SQ OR Advanced Medium 93 2004 S OR Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR PYO S: A100/A105

MORETON MORRELL, WARWICKSHIRE

£20.50 £21, £10, £7 £21 £22, £10, £7 £21 £22, £10, £7 £22 £23, £15, £10

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01926 318313 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £18 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 3 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £18 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £18 7 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £18 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £18

MOULTON COLLEGE, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Prizes £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8 £20, £10, £8

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07990 801466; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 4 2002 S £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5

MUNDOLE EQUESTRIAN, MORAY

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 19:00; 07901 602042 or www. mundoleequestrian.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £12 £13, £6, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £12 £13, £6, £5 3 Novice 30 2006 S OR £12 £13, £6, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £12 £13, £6, £5 5 Elementary 49 2009 S OR £12 £13, £6, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £12 £13, £6, £5 7 Medium 71 2002 S OR £12 £13, £6, £5 8 Dressage Deuxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £12 £13, £6, £5 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 90 2012 SQ OR £12 £13, £6, £5

NEWTON RIGG COLLEGE, CUMBRIA

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www. newtonriggequinecentre.org or send SAE with entry Class Sponsor Test Sect 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S 3 Novice 27 2007 S OR 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ OR 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ OR

PATCHETTS, HERTFORDSHIRE

EF £14 £14 £14 £14 £14 £16 £16

Prizes £16, £14, £12 £16, £14, £12 £16, £14, £12 £16, £14, £12 £16, £14, £12 £18, £16, £14 £18, £16, £14

SUN 17 - MON 18 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 14/03/2013 between 10:00 to 13:00; 01923 852255 or www. patchetts.co.uk after 13.00 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Sunday 17 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £21 £22, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £21 £22, £15, £10 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £21 £22, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £21 £22, £15, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £21 £22, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £21 £22, £15, £10 Monday 18 March 7 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £21 8 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £21

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Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £21 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £21 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q O £21 FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ ABT £26 £50, £30, £20

R.E.C EVENTS, NORTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 08/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01748 811295 or www. richmondequestriancentre.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Introductory B 2009 S £16 £18, £16, £14 2 Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 £18, £16, £14 3A Preliminary 14 2006 S £16 £18, £16, £14 3B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £16 £18, £16, £14 4 Novice 28 2008 S OR £16 £18, £16, £14 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £16 £18, £16, £14 6 Elementary 44 2002 S OR £18 £20, £18, £16 7 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £18, £16 8 Medium 61 2002 S OR £20 £22, £20, £18 9 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20 £22, £20, £18 10 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S OR £20 £22, £20, £18 11 Advanced Medium 98 2002 S OR £20 £22, £20, £18 12 Advanced 105 2011 O £20 £22, £20, £18

ST LEONARDS, CORNWALL

SUN 17 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

SWALLOWFIELD, WARWICKSHIRE

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 07/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 11:00 to 13:00; 01564 784475 or www. swallowfield.net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Medium 61 2002 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Advanced 100 2002 O £19 £20, £15, £10 7 FEI Prix St Georges 2009 S AB £19 £20, £15, £10 8 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10

VECTIS AT LAKE FARM, ISLE OF WIGHT

SUN 17 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

YORKSHIRE RIDING CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 17 MAR

EC: 11/03/2013 TIMES: 15/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07715 115164 or www. pennineviewstud.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 PYON S- N27 or N34 £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 2 PYOE S- E44 or E50 £16.50 £18.50, £12.50, £7.50 3 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50 5 Advanced Medium 90 2012 S ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ ORT £20.50 £22.50, £16.50, £11.50

WESTON LAWNS, WARWICKSHIRE

TUE 19 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

ARENA UK EC, LINCOLNSHIRE Please refer to BD Website.

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WED 20 MAR

BURROWS COURT FARM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE WED 20 MAR EC: 10/03/2013 TIMES: 18/03/2013 between 20:00 to 22:00; 01453 542488 or www. burrowscourtfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £25, £10, £10 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £19 £25, £10, £10 2A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 £25, £10, £10 2B Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £25, £10, £10 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £19 £25, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £25, £10, £10 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £21 £25, £10, £10

MYERSCOUGH COLLEGE, LANCASHIRE

WED 20 MAR

EC: 10/03/2013 TIMES: 18/03/2013 between 11:00 to 13:00; 01995 642115 or www. myerscough.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

NORTHALLERTON EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, NORTH YORKSHIRE

WED 20 MAR

EC: 10/03/2013 TIMES: 18/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01609 772942 or www. northallertonequestriancentre.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £16 £20, £15, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £16 £20, £15, £10 3 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 7 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £20 £25, £20, £15 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £25, £20, £15 9 PYO S: A100/A102/PSG £20 £25, £20, £15

WINDMILL FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

WED 20 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 18/03/2013 between 13:00 to 20:00; Times on Website or www. windmill-farm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 3 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 6 Advanced Medium 96 2011 S ORT £18 £20, £15, £10 7 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £20 £25, £15, £10 8 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £20 £25, £15, £10

EAGLESFIELD EC, KENT

THU 21 MAR

EC: 14/03/2013 TIMES: 18/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07754 173010 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £19 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £19 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ OR £19

FIELD HOUSE, STAFFORDSHIRE

Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

THU 21 MAR

EC: 11/03/2013 TIMES: 19/03/2013 between 18:30 to 20:30; 07773 299793 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 2 Preliminary 15 2008 S £16 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £19 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £19 6 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £19 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £19 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19

Prizes £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12


SOLIHULL RC, WEST MIDLANDS

THU 21 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

FAIROAK GRANGE EC, BERKSHIRE

FRI 22 MAR

EC: 15/03/2013 TIMES: 20/03/2013 between 12:00 to 14:00 on www.fairoakgrange.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 3 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5

OLDENCRAIG, SURREY

FRI 22 MAR

EC: 12/03/2013 TIMES: 20/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07967 676504; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 6 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 8 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £18 £19, £10, £5 10 PYO S OT £25 £30, £20, £10

SUMMERHOUSE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

FRI 22 MAR

EC: 12/03/2013 TIMES: 20/03/2013 between 10:00 to 14:00; 01452 726633 or www. summerhouseec.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £20, £10, £10 1B Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £20, £10, £10 2A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £20, £10, £10 2B Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £20, £10, £10 3 Novice 39 2010 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £10 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 9 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £10

BADGWORTH ARENA, SOMERSET

SAT 23 - SUN 24 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01275 792645 or www. badgwortharena.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 March 1 Introductory A 2008 S £10 £11, £9, £7 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £15 £16, £11, £9 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £15 £16, £11, £9 3A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £15 £16, £11, £9 3B Preliminary 15 2008 S £15 £16, £11, £9 4 Novice 27 2007 S OR £16 £17, £14, £12 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ OR £16 £17, £14, £12 Sunday 24 March 6 Elementary 40 2010 S OR £16 £17, £14, £12 7 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £16 £17, £14, £12 8 Medium 61 2002 S OR £17 £18, £14, £12 9 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £17 £18, £14, £12 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £17 £18, £14, £12 11 PYO S: A100 PSG INT1 INT11 £20 £22, £18, £16

BEAVER HALL, STAFFORDSHIRE

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 20/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.beaverhall.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 10 PYO S: Any current Adv or FEI Test £20 £21, £12, £10

BEDGEBURY PARK, KENT

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 16/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 17:00 to 17:30; 07757 301276 or www. bedgeburypark.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 6 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5

BICTON ARENA, DEVON

SAT 23 - SUN 24 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01395 441162 or www.bictonarena.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 March 1 Unaffiliated PYO: Any current long arena Novice test. £15 2 PYO S: E40 / E43 / E45 ORT £18 £19, £15, £10 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £15, £10 4 PYO S: M61 / M69 / M73 ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 6 PYO S: AM85 / AM94 / AM96 ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 Sunday 24 March 8A Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £12, £7 8B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £12, £7 9A Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £12, £7 9B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £12, £7 10 PYO S: N23 / N35 / N37 ORT £18 £19, £14, £8 11 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £18 £19, £14, £8 12 Unaffiliated PYO: Any current long arena Elementary test £15

BURROWS COURT FARM, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 09/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 20:00 to 22:00; 01453 542488 or www. burrowscourtfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 2 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 3 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £21 £25, £10, £10 4 PYO S: ADV 102,105,PSG,Int I ORT £21 £25, £10, £10

KINGS EQUESTRIAN, HEREFORDSHIRE

SAT 23 - SUN 24 MAR

EC: 19/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01885 400650 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Saturday 23 March 1 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £18 2 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £18 3 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £18 4 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £18 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £18 6 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £18

Prizes £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5 £20, £10, £5

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SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL 7 PYO S: A102, A105 & PSG O £18 £20, £10, £5 8 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q O £18 £20, £10, £5 Sunday 24 March 9A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 9B Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £20, £10, £5 10A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 10B Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £20, £10, £5 11 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 12 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 13 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 14 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 15 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £18 £20, £10, £5 16 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £18 £20, £10, £5

LADYLEYS DRESSAGE, ABERDEENSHIRE

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01651 872089 or www. ladyleysridingclub.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £15 £16, £6, £4 2 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £15 £16, £6, £4 3 Novice 27 2007 S OR £16 £17, £6, £4 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £16 £17, £6, £4 5 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £17 £18, £6, £4 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £17 £18, £6, £4 7 Medium 63 2002 S OR £18 £19, £6, £4 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £18 £19, £6, £4

LVFRC, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07860 280964 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £15 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £15 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ ORT £15 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £15 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £15 7 Medium 63 2002 S ORT £15 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ ORT £15

NORTON HEATH, ESSEX

Prizes £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8 £16, £12, £8

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 16/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 10:00 to 12:00; 01277 824860 or www. nortonheath.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £20 £21, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £21, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £10, £5 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £21 £22, £10, £5 9 Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse 4 Yr Old Q £20 £21, £10, £5 10 Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse 5 Yr Old Q £20 £21, £10, £5

PACHESHAM EC, SURREY

SAT 23 - SUN 24 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013; Emergencies only text 07771936207 or www.pachesham. com from 5pm Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 March 1 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 3 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 5 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 8 PYO S: A100, A102, A105, A108, PSG ORT £22 £30, £20, £10 Sunday 24 March 9A Preliminary 15 2008 S £22 £30, £20, £10 9B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £22 £30, £20, £10 10A Preliminary 19 2008 S £22 £30, £20, £10 10B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £22 £30, £20, £10

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R.E.C EVENTS, NORTH YORKSHIRE

SAT 23 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01748 811295 or www. richmondequestriancentre.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Introductory B 2009 S £16 £18, £16, £14 2 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16 £18, £16, £14 3A Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 £18, £16, £14 3B Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £16 £18, £16, £14 4 Novice 27 2007 S £16 £18, £16, £14 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ £16 £18, £16, £14 6 Elementary 42 2008 S £18 £20, £18, £16 7 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ £18 £20, £18, £16 8 Medium 69 2005 S £20 £22, £20, £18 9 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ £20 £22, £20, £18 10 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S £20 £22, £20, £18 11 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ £20 £22, £20, £18 12 PYO S £20 £22, £20, £18

SNEC, WEST LOTHIAN

SAT 23 - SUN 24 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

WIX EC, ESSEX

SAT 23 - SUN 24 MAR

EC: 15/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01255 870744 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 23 March 1 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £20 2 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £20 3 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £20 4 Medium 61 2002 S OR £20 £21, £5, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20 £21, £5, £5 6 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S OR £20 £21, £5, £5 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £20 £21, £5, £5 8 Advanced 100 2002 O £20 £21, £5, £5 9 PYO S: PGS, INT 1, INT 11, GP O £20 £21, £5, £5 10 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 O £20 Sunday 24 March 11 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £5, £5 12 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19 £20, £5, £5 13 Novice 23 2012 S OR £19 £20, £5, £5 14 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £5, £5 15 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 £20, £5, £5 16 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £5, £5

CENTAUR TRUST, SUFFOLK

SUN 24 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

ELMS FARM EQUESTRIAN, LINCOLNSHIRE

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 14/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.elmsfarmequestrian. com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 7 2002 S £17 £20, £16, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £20, £16, £10 3 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 6 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 10 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £17 £20, £16, £10 11 PYO S £17 £20, £16, £10

FENNING FARM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 14/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.fenningfarm.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 14 2006 S £19 £20, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 15 2008 S £19 £20, £10, £5 2B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 49 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £10, £5


7 8 9 Dressage Deluxe 10 11 Suregrow Fertiliser 12 13 14

Freestyle Music PYO : P/Nov/ Ele Music tests 2012 ORT Medium 63 2002 S ORT Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT PYO S: A100/102/105 OT FEI Prix St Georges 2009 S Freestyle Music PYO : Med/Adv MedM/ PSG Long Music Tests 2012 ORT

HARGATE ARENA, DERBYSHIRE

£19 £21 £21 £21 £21 £21 £21

£20, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5

£21

£22, £10, £5

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 14/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01283 734981 or www. hargateequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 15 2008 S £15 £16, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £15 £16, £10, £5 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £16 £17, £10, £5 7 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £16 8 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £16

HAROLDS PARK FARM, ESSEX

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 10/03/2013 TIMES: 21/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07775 516945 or www.hpfrc.net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2 Novice 28 2008 S OR £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £17 £18, £10, £5

KINGSTON MAURWARD, DORSET

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 10/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 11:00 to 14:00; 01305215135 or web site Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £12, £10 2 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £18 £19, £12, £10 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £13, £11 4 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OT £19 £20, £13, £11 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £14, £12 6 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £20 £21, £14, £12 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £14, £12 8 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £20 £21, £14, £12 9 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q O £25 £26, £17, £15

LANE FARM EQUESTRIAN, NORTHUMBERLAND

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 09/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01670 821388 or www. lanefarmequestrian.co.uk/DressageStats Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £15 £16, £9, £7 2 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £15 £16, £9, £7 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £17 £18, £11, £9 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 £18, £11, £9 5 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £13, £11 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £13, £11

SWALLOWFIELD, WARWICKSHIRE

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 14/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 11:00 to 13:00; 01564 784475 or www. swallowfield.net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10

TUSHINGHAM, CHESHIRE

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01948 666884; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £15 £18, £14, £8 2 Novice 27 2007 S OR £17 £20, £15, £10 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ OR £17 £20, £15, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ OR £17 £20, £15, £10

YORKSHIRE DRESSAGE, SOUTH YORKSHIRE

SUN 24 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.aldhammillequestrian. co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18 £20, £10, £5 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £20, £10, £5 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Novice 24 2010 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5

BROOKSBY MELTON COLLEGE, LEICESTERSHIRE

TUE 26 MAR

EC: 16/03/2013 TIMES: 24/03/2013 between 16:00 to 18:00; 01664 424280 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £17 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £17

CROFTON MANOR EC, HAMPSHIRE

Prizes £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10

TUE 26 - WED 27 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 10:00 to 13:00; 01329 667323 or www. croftonmanor.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Tuesday 26 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £19, £16, £14 2 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 4 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 Wednesday 27 March 6 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 7 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £16, £14 8 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S ORT £20 £21, £17, £15 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £21, £17, £15 10 PYO S: (Adv -GP) £20 £21, £17, £15

KEYSOE, BEDFORDSHIRE

TUE 26 MAR

EC: 12/03/2013 TIMES: 24/03/2013 between 15:30 to 17:00; 01234 708400 or www.keysoe. com/times.shtml Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Freestyle Music Preliminary 2012 £20 2 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £20 3 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £20 4 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £20 5 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q OT £20 6 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q OT £20 7 Freestyle Music PYO OT £20

SISSONS FARM, CAMBRIDGESHIRE

TUE 26 MAR

EC: 16/03/2013 TIMES: 22/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.sissonsfarmequestrian. co.uk - Classes 2,4,6,8,10 also Sheepgate Tack & Togs Qualifiers Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £15 £16, £10, £5 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £15 £16, £10, £5 BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

89


SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL 3 4 Dodson & Horrell 5 6 Stretch & Flex 7 8 Dressage Deluxe 9 10 Suregrow Fertiliser

Novice 24 2010 S Novice 30 2006 SQ Elementary 44 2002 S Elementary 50 2007 SQ Medium 63 2002 S Medium 71 2002 SQ Advanced Medium 90 2012 S Advanced Medium 93 2004 SQ

THE JAYS, SUFFOLK

ORT ORT ORT ORT ORT ORT ORT ORT

£17 £17 £17 £17 £17 £17 £17 £17

£18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5

TUE 26 MAR

EC: 20/03/2013 TIMES: 24/03/2013 between 19:30 to 20:00; 07759 603120 or www. thejaysstud.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £18, £6, £4 1B Preliminary 13 2006 S £17 £18, £6, £4 2A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £18, £6, £4 2B Preliminary 14 2006 S £17 £18, £6, £4 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £6, £4 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £17 £18, £6, £4 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £17 £18, £6, £4 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £6, £4

WEST WILTS, WILTSHIRE

TUE 26 - WED 27 MAR

EC: 12/03/2013 TIMES: 24/03/2013 between 14:00 to 17:00; 01225 783220 or www. westwilts.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Tuesday 26 March 1 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £19.20 £20 2 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £20.20 £21 3 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £21.20 £22 4 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q OT £22.20 £23 5 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q OT £22.20 £25 Wednesday 27 March 6 Preliminary 15 2008 S £19.20 £20, £10, £8 7A Preliminary 19 2008 S £19.20 £20, £10, £8 7B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19.20 £20, £10, £8 8 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £19.20 £20, £12, £10 9 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £19.20 £20, £12, £10 10 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20.20 £21, £13, £10 11 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £20.20 £21, £13, £10 12 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £21.20 £22, £15, £10 13 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £21.20 £22, £15, £10 14 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £22.20 £23, £15, £10 15 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £22.20 £23, £15, £10 16 PYO S: Adv to Int 1 £22.20 £23, £15, £10

WIDMER FARM, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

TUE 26 MAR

EC: 16/03/2013 TIMES: 23/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01844 275139 or www. widmerequestrian.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Novice 35 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Medium 71 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 7 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £15, £10 8 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £15, £10

COLRAINE, CORNWALL

WED 27 MAR

EC: 20/03/2013 TIMES: 25/03/2013 between 15:00 to 17:00; 01872 575080 or www.colraine. co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £19.50 £20, £10, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £19.50 £20, £10, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10 9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £19.50 £20, £10, £10

90

| ISSUE 1 2013 | BR ITISH DR ESSAGE

CROW WOOD DRESSAGE, LANCASHIRE

WED 27 MAR

EC: 21/03/2013 TIMES: 25/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01282 471906 or www. crowwoodequestrian.com Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 2 Elementary 40 2010 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 3 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 4 Medium 69 2005 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5 6 Advanced Medium 92 2011 S OR £18 £20, £10, £5 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £18 £20, £10, £5

KEYSOE, BEDFORDSHIRE

WED 27 MAR

EC: 13/03/2013 TIMES: 25/03/2013 between 15:30 to 17:00; 01234 708400 or www.keysoe. com/times.shtml Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £25 £50, £25, £25 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 7 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £25 £50, £25, £25 10 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £25 £50, £25, £25 11 PYO S: Advanced, FEI & FEIU25 OT £25 £50, £25, £25

MAELOR EQUESTRIAN CENTRE, FLINTSHIRE

WED 27 MAR

EC: 17/03/2013 TIMES: 25/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01978 750302 or www. maelorec.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £10, £5 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Freestyle Music Preliminary 2012 £15 4 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 6 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 ORT £15 7 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 8 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 9 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 ORT £15

FIELD HOUSE, STAFFORDSHIRE

THU 28 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 26/03/2013 between 18:30 to 20:30; 07773 299793 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Preliminary 12 2005 S £16 2A Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £16 2B Preliminary 13 2006 S £16 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 4 Novice 38 2005 S ORT £19 5 Elementary 50 2007 S ORT £19 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £19 10 PYO - A108 to GP 2012 £20

STEP ASIDE DRESSAGE, WEST SUSSEX

Prizes £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £18, £12, £10 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12 £21, £17, £12

THU 28 MAR

EC: 21/03/2013 TIMES: 26/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01273 857044 or www. royalleisure.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 1B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18 £19, £10, £8 2A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 2B Preliminary 15 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 9 PYO S: AM92, A105, PSG, INT 1


10 11

please state test on entry form Advanced Medium 98 2002 S PYO S: ANY FEI TEST please state test on entry form

ORT ORT

£21 £21

£22, £12, £10 £22, £12, £10

OT

£21

£22, £12, £10

SWALLOWFIELD, WARWICKSHIRE

THU 28 MAR

EC: 18/03/2014 TIMES: 26/03/2014 between 11:00 to 13:00; 01564 784475 or www. swallowfield.net Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Elementary 43 2006 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 3 Medium 61 2002 S OR £19 £20, £15, £10 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 5 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £19 £20, £15, £10 6 Advanced 100 2002 O £19 £20, £15, £10 7 PYO S: A100 to INT 1 O £19 £20, £15, £10

CROFT RIDING CENTRE DRESSAGE, CHESHIRE

FRI 29 MAR

EC: 19/03/2013 TIMES: 27/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01925 763715; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £15, £12 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £15, £12 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12

FOXES RIDING SCHOOL, CHESHIRE

FRI 29 MAR

EC: 26/03/2013 TIMES: 27/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; TIMES ON WEB ONLY or www. foxesridingschool.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £11, £8 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £11, £8 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £18 £19, £11, £8 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £18 £19, £11, £8 5 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £18 £19, £11, £8 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 50 2007 SQ ORT £18 £19, £11, £8

ROWALLAN, EAST AYRSHIRE

FRI 29 - SUN 31 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01560600769 There is likely to be a starting fee payable on the day additional to Entry Fee Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 29 March 1 Preliminary 13 2006 S £20 £22, £10, £5 2 Novice 37 2007 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 3 Elementary 53 2007 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 4 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 Saturday 30 March 5 Unaffiliated Preliminary 7 2002 £16 6A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 6B Preliminary 15 2008 S £20 £22, £10, £5 7 Unaffiliated Novice 27 2007 £16 8 Novice 27 2007 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 9 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 10 Unaffiliated Elementary 42 2008 £16 11 Elementary 42 2008 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 12 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 13 Medium 71 2002 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 14 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 15 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £23 £25, £10, £5 16 Advanced 105 2011 O £23 £25, £10, £5 17 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ ABT £25 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10 18 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £25 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10 19 Shearwater Young Dressage Horse BD Med 6yr 2009 Q £20 £22, £10, £5

20 Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse 4 Yr Old Q £20 £22, £10, £5 21 Shearwater Potential International Dressage Horse 5 Yr Old Q £20 £22, £10, £5 Sunday 31 March 22 Shearwater Young Dressage Horse BD Basic 4yr 2003 Q £20 £22, £10, £5 23 Shearwater Young Dressage Horse BD Elem 5yr 2009 Q £20 £22, £10, £5 24 Unaffiliated Preliminary 13 2006 £16 25A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 25B Preliminary 19 2008 S £20 £22, £10, £5 26 Unaffiliated Novice 28 2008 £16 27 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 28 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 29 Unaffiliated Elementary 44 2002 £16 30 Elementary 44 2002 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 31 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 32 Medium 71 2002 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 33 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 34 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £23 £25, £10, £5 35 Advanced 105 2011 OT £23 £25, £10, £5 36 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ ABT £25 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10 37 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £25 £30, £25, £20, £15, £10

SHEEPGATE, LINCOLNSHIRE

FRI 29 - SAT 30 MAR

EC: 22/03/2013 TIMES: 27/03/2013 between 15:00 to 16:00; 01205 870236 or www. sheepgate.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Friday 29 March 1 Introductory A 2008 S £14 £16, £15, £14 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 £18, £17, £16 3 Preliminary 14 2006 S £17 £18, £17, £16 4 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £17, £16 5 Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £17, £16 6 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 7 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 8 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 9 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 10 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 11 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 12 Advanced Medium 85 2009 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 13 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 14 PYO S: A100, A102, A105 OT £19 £20, £18, £15 Saturday 30 March 15 Introductory B 2009 S £14 £16, £15, £14 16 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £17 £18, £17, £16 17 Preliminary 13 2006 S £17 £18, £17, £16 18 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £17, £16 19 Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £17, £16 20 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 21 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 22 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 23 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 24 Medium 69 2005 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 25 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 26 Advanced Medium 94 2002 S ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 27 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £19 £20, £18, £15 28 PYO S: A100, A102, A105 OT £19 £20, £18, £15

STILEBRIDGE BARN, KENT

FRI 29 MAR

EC: 19/03/2013 TIMES: 27/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01622 831773 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18 2 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £18 3 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ ORT £18

Prizes £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10 £20, £15, £10

BR ITISH DR ESSAGE | ISSUE 1 2013 |

91


SCHEDULES >> IN DETAIL ABBEY DRESSAGE, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

SAT 30 - SUN 31 MAR

EC: 24/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; text 07775840808 or www. abbeydressage.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 30 March 1 Medium 63 2002 S OR £21 £22, £12, £10 2 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £21 £22, £12, £10 3 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 90 2012 SQ OR £21 £22, £12, £10 4 PYO S: Adv 100/102 £21 £22, £12, £10 5 Fairfax FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB £32 £35, £25, £20, £10, £10 6 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ £32 £35, £25, £20, £10, £10 7 Horse Health FEI Intermediate II 2009 SQ £32 £35, £25, £20, £10, £10 8 Nathalie Equestrian FEI Grand Prix 2009 SQ £32 £35, £25, £20, £10, £10 Sunday 31 March 9A Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 9B Preliminary 14 2006 S £18 £19, £10, £8 10A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £18 £19, £10, £8 10B Preliminary 19 2008 S £18 £19, £10, £8 11 Novice 27 2007 S OR £18 £19, £10, £8 12 Dodson & Horrell Novice 39 2010 SQ OR £18 £19, £10, £8 13 Elementary 49 2009 S OR £20 £21, £12, £10 14 Stretch & Flex Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR £20 £21, £12, £10

BLUEGATE HALL FARM, ESSEX

SAT 30 MAR

EC: 20/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 between 19:00 to 21:00; 01799 599776 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £17 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 3 Novice 28 2008 S ORT £17 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £17 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £17 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £17 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £17 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £17

MERRIST WOOD COLLEGE, SURREY

SAT 30 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 on www.merristwood.ac.uk/TheCollege/ OpenToThePublic/RidingArena/CompetitionStartTimes.aspx; Sent by Text: Y Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Novice 30 2006 S OR £21 2 Dodson & Horrell Novice 34 2009 SQ OR £21 3 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £21 4 Stretch & Flex Elementary 49 2009 SQ OR £21 5 Medium 63 2002 S OR £21 6 Dressage Deluxe Medium 71 2002 SQ OR £21

SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE COLLEGE (ROBASTON), STAFFORDSHIRE

Prizes £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5 £18, £10, £5

Prizes £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10 £23, £15, £10

SAT 30 - SUN 31 MAR

| ISSUE 1 2013 | BR ITISH DR ESSAGE

SAT 30 - SUN 31 MAR

ASTON LE WALLS, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

SUN 31 MAR

EC: 18/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07721 551713 or www.aston-lewalls.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 1B Preliminary 15 2008 S £20 £22, £10, £5 2A Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £22, £10, £5 2B Preliminary 19 2008 S £20 £22, £10, £5 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 5 Elementary 43 2006 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT £20 £22, £10, £5

BEAVER HALL, STAFFORDSHIRE

SUN 31 MAR

EC: 28/03/2013 TIMES: 30/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.beaverhall.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £18 £19, £12, £10 3 Novice 24 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 30 2006 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 5 Elementary 40 2010 S ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £19 £20, £12, £10 7 Medium 61 2002 S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 8 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 9 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 92 2011 SQ ORT £20 £21, £12, £10 10 PYO S ORT £20 £21, £12, £10

BOVINGTON, DORSET

EC: 27/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00 on www.southstaffs.ac.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 30 March 1 Freestyle Music Preliminary 2012 £17 £18, £15, £12 2 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 3 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 4 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 5 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q OT £17 £18, £15, £12 6 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 Q OT £17 £18, £15, £12 Sunday 31 March 7 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12 8 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £12 9 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 10 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 11 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £15, £12 12 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £12

92

TALL TREES, CORNWALL

EC: 20/03/2013 TIMES: 28/03/2013 between 12:00 to 15:00; 01840 770342 or www.talltrees.com see diary page Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Saturday 30 March 1 Elementary 50 2007 S OR £21 £22, £13, £10 2 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £21 £22, £13, £10 3 Freestyle Music Elementary 2012 Q OR £22 4 Medium 61 2002 S OR £22 £23, £13, £10 5 Dressage Deluxe Medium 75 2002 SQ OR £22 £23, £13, £10 6 Freestyle Music Medium 2012 Q OR £23 7 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £24 £25, £13, £10 8 Freestyle Music Adv. Medium 2012 Q O £24 9 PYO S: AD100 / PSG £25 £26, £13, £10 Sunday 31 March 10 Preliminary 15 2008 S £20 £21, £13, £10 11 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £20 £21, £13, £10 12 Novice 35 2009 S OR £21 £22, £13, £10 13 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ OR £21 £22, £13, £10 14 Freestyle Music Novice 2012 Q OR £22

SUN 31 MAR

EC: 21/03/2013 TIMES: 29/03/2013 between 14:00 to 16:00; 01929 403580 or www. racsaddleclub.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 15 2008 S £17 £18, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £17 £18, £10, £5 2B Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £10, £5 3 Novice 23 2012 S ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 35 2009 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5 5 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £10, £5

BOYTON HALL EC, SUFFOLK

SUN 31 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

BROOK FARM TC, ESSEX

SUN 31 MAR

EC: 22/03/2013 TIMES: 29/03/2013 between 13:00 to 15:00; 07595 023326 or www. brookfarmtc.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes 1A Preliminary 14 2006 S £20 £21, £10, £5 1B Visualise Preliminary 14 2006 SQ £20 £21, £10, £5 2A Preliminary 19 2008 S £20 £21, £10, £5


2B Visualise 3 4 Dodson & Horrell 5 6 Stretch & Flex 7 8 Dressage Deluxe 9 Suregrow Fertiliser 10

Preliminary 19 2008 SQ Novice 27 2007 S OR Novice 39 2010 SQ OR Elementary 44 2002 S OR Elementary 59 2010 SQ OR Medium 63 2002 S OR Medium 75 2002 SQ OR Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR PYO S: A102;FEI PSG;FEI INT1 OR

COCKSHOT, CHESHIRE

£20 £20 £20 £20 £20 £21 £21 £21 £21

£21, £10, £5 £21, £10, £5 £21, £10, £5 £21, £10, £5 £21, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5 £22, £10, £5

SUN 31 MAR - MON 1 APR

EC: 21/03/2013 TIMES: 29/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 07762 325376 or www. cockshotstables.co.uk Class Sponsor Test Sect EF Prizes Sunday 31 March 1 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £10 2 Visualise Preliminary 19 2008 SQ £17 £18, £15, £10 3 Novice 22 2007 S ORT £17 £18, £15, £10 4 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £10 5 Elementary 45 2010 S ORT £17 £18, £15, £10 6 Stretch & Flex Elementary 53 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £10 Monday 1 April 7 Dodson & Horrell Novice 38 2005 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £10 8 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ ORT £17 £18, £15, £10

SHEARWATER POTENTIAL INTERNATIONAL DRESSAGE HORSE QUALIFIER 2013 Tests are not used. Horses go in the ring in groups of 3 and their natural paces will be assessed.

Championships: BD National Dressage Championships, 19-22 September 2013 TBC, Stoneleigh Park, Warks. Qualification: separate sections for 4 & 5 year olds. The 1st & 2nd placed horse in each section at qualifying competitions with a minimum score of 6.5 will go forward to the final at the National Dressage Championships. Horses need to be registered with a minimum of B.D. free associate horse registration. Owners and riders must be members of British Dressage. Horses which have won grading points at medium at the close of entries are not eligible to compete in these qualifiers. The top 5-10 (in order of the first round marks) will then return for final judging. Horses will not be stripped or ridden by the judges at qualifiers. Saddlery, dress & equipment, are governed by the same rules which apply for affiliated Novice Dressage Competitions. VENUE Myerscough PL Norton Heath Rowallan Pachesham Keysoe PL Bishop Burton Addington Manor PL Somerford Park PL Welsh Festival Sheepgate Wellington PL Kingswood Vale View

COUNTY DATE Lancashire 6-10 March Essex 23 March East Ayrshire 30 March Surrey 6 April Bedfordshire 27-28 April East Yorkshire 5 May Buckinghamshire 10-12 May Cheshire 24 May Glamorgan 25 May Lincolnshire 1 June Hampshire 7 June Staffordshire 14 June Leicestershire 23 June

9 10 Dressage Deluxe 11 Suregrow Fertiliser 12 Fairfax 13 Saracen Horse Feeds

Medium 61 2002 S ORT Medium 75 2002 SQ ORT Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ ORT FEI Prix St Georges 2009 SQ AB FEI Intermediate I 2009 SQ

HUNTERS EQUESTRIAN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE

£17 £17 £18 £18 £18

SUN 31 MAR

EC: 21/03/2013 TIMES: 29/03/2013 between 18:00 to 20:00; 01285 640790 Class Sponsor Test Sect EF 1 Visualise Preliminary 13 2006 SQ £18.50 2 Preliminary 13 2006 S £18.50 3 Visualise Preliminary 15 2008 SQ £18.50 4 Preliminary 15 2008 S £18.50 5 Novice 28 2008 S OR £19.50 6 Dodson & Horrell Novice 37 2007 SQ OR £19.50 7 Elementary 42 2008 S OR £20 8 Stretch & Flex Elementary 57 2007 SQ OR £20 9 Medium 63 2002 S OR £20.50 10 Dressage Deluxe Medium 73 2007 SQ OR £20.50 11 Advanced Medium 93 2004 S OR £21 12 Suregrow Fertiliser Advanced Medium 98 2002 SQ OR £21

MUNDOLE EQUESTRIAN, MORAY

£18, £15, £10 £18, £15, £10 £19, £15, £10 £19, £15, £10 £19, £15, £10

Prizes £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £20, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £21, £10, £7 £22, £10, £7 £22, £10, £7

SUN 31 MAR

Please refer to BD Website.

SHEARWATER YOUNG DRESSAGE HORSE 2013 Tests: BD Basic Test 4yo 2003 BD Elementary Test 5yo 2009 BD Medium Test 6yo 2009

Championship: Hartpury Festival of Dressage, 3-7 July 2013 at Hartpury Arena, Glos. Qualification: First three non-qualified combinations go through per age section. Whips & Commanders allowed. Snaffle bridle. Horses to be registered with a minimum of B.D. free associate horse registration. Owners and riders must be B.D. members. VENUE COUNTY DATE Windmill Buckinghamshire 13 March Northallerton North Yorkshire 20 March Rowallan East Ayrshire 30 March Cobham Manor Kent 14 April Weston Lawns Warwickshire 20 April Oldencraig Surrey 26 April Solihull West Midlands 2 May Abbey Dressage Gloucestershire 31 May Quob Hampshire 15 May The Grange Devon 21 May Aintree Merseyside 29 May Beaver Hall Staffordshire 5 June College of West Anglia Cambridgeshire 8 June Burrows Court Gloucestershire 12 June Merrist Wood College Surrey 26 June West Wilts Wiltshire 27 June

BRITISH YOUNG DRESSAGE HORSE QUALIFIERS 2013 (HICKSTEAD)

Tests: 5yo National British Young Dressage Horse YHN5 2004 6yo National British Young Dressage Horse YHE6 2004 5yo FEI International British Young Dressage Horse YHP5 2009 6yo FEI International British Young Dressage Horse YHP6 2009 Championship: Nationals Final and International Semi Finals are on the 30th July 2013, International Finals will be held on the 3rd -4th August 2013, at Hickstead. Qualification: the three highest placed in each section will qualify for the Semi Finals and Finals to be held at Dressage at Hickstead. VENUE Hartpury Keysoe PL Myerscough Addington Manor PL Somerford Park PL Sheepgate Wellington PL Frys Hickstead PL TBC

COUNTY DATE Gloucestershire 21 April Bedfordshire 26-28 April Lancashire 2 June Buckinghamshire 10-12 May Cheshire 24-26 May Lincolnshire 1 June Hampshire 6-9 June North Yorkshire 8 June Sussex 18-22 June Scotland TBC

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County

1 Mon Millfield (Stourhead) Dressage Somerset 1 Mon Port Royal East Yorkshire 1 Mon Witham Villa Leicestershire 2 Tue Kings Equestrian Herefordshire 2 Tue Widmer Farm Buckinghamshire 3 Wed Arena UK EC Lincolnshire 3 Wed Hickstead West Sussex 4 Thu Field House Staffordshire 4 Thu Norton Heath Essex 4 Thu Solihull RC West Midlands 4 Thu West Wilts Wiltshire 5–6 Fri–Sat Allens Hill Worcestershire 5 Fri Fenning Farm Cambridgeshire 5–7 Fri–Sun Kingsbarn Equestrian Stirlingshire 5 Fri Moreton Equestrian Centre Dorset 5 Fri Oldencraig Surrey 5 Fri Summerhouse Gloucestershire 6 Sat Beaver Hall Staffordshire 6–7 Sat–Sun Bicton College Devon 6 Sat Bluegate Hall Farm Essex 6 Sat Burrows Court Farm Gloucestershire 6–7 Sat–Sun Cobham Manor Kent 6 Sat Fountain Equestrian Aberdeenshire 6–7 Sat–Sun Frys East Yorkshire 6–7 Sat–Sun Kennaa Dressage Group Isle of Man 6 Sat Lluest Equine Centre Ceredigion 6 Sat LVFRC Gloucestershire 6 Sat Netley Hall Shropshire 6 Sat Pachesham EC Surrey 6 Sat R.E.C Events North Yorkshire 6 Sat Reaseheath College Cheshire 6 Sat Windmill Farm Buckinghamshire 7 Sun Birtle Riding Centre Lancashire 7 Sun Bishop Burton College East Yorkshire 7 Sun Brook Farm TC Essex 7 Sun Brooksby Melton College Leicestershire 7 Sun Classic Dressage Buckinghamshire 7 Sun Eland Lodge Derbyshire 7 Sun Elms Farm Equestrian Lincolnshire 7 Sun Epworth Equestrian South Yorkshire 7 Sun Hunters Equestrian Gloucestershire 7 Sun Maelor Equestrian Centre Flintshire 7 Sun Oaklands College Hertfordshire 7 Sun Swallowfield Warwickshire 7 Sun Todburn EC Northumberland 7 Sun Ugie Dressage Aberdeenshire 7 Sun Warren Farm EC Merseyside 7 Sun Yorkshire Riding Centre North Yorkshire 8 Mon Foxes Riding School Cheshire 9 Tue The Jays Suffolk 10 Wed Aston Le Walls Northamptonshire 10 Wed Bedgebury Park Kent 10 Wed Checkendon Equestrian Centre Berkshire 10 Wed Colraine Cornwall 10 Wed Crow Wood Dressage Lancashire 10 Wed Hargate Arena Derbyshire 10 Wed Keysoe Bedfordshire 10–14 Wed–Sun Winter Championships Gloucestershire 11 Thu Addington Manor EC Buckinghamshire 11 Thu Half Moon Stud Dorset 11 Thu Snainton North Yorkshire 11 Thu Step Aside Dressage West Sussex 12 Fri Oldencraig Surrey 12 Fri R.E.C Events North Yorkshire

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P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N35S, N39SQ, E53S, E59SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM98SQ 18/03/2013 P7S, P13SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 28/03/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ 22/03/2013 E43S, E59SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOS 30/03/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N38S, N39SQ, E53S, E59SQ 23/03/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E43S, E50SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, PYOS 24/03/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E53SQ, M75SQ, YRTES, JRTES, YPTES, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, FEI GPSQ 24/03/2013 P19S, N37SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, FSMNS, FSMES, FSMMS, FSMAMS, FSMPSGS 25/03/2013 N28S, N39SQ, E44S, E59SQ, M63S, M75SQ, AM93S, AM98SQ, PYOS 28/03/2013 M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, A108S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1S 25/03/2013 P13S, P14SQ, P14S, N24S, N34SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, PYOS 25/03/2013 P19S, P15S, N35S, E45S, E57SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N37SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM98SQ, A102S, FEI PSGSQ 29/03/2013 P-EQ 26/03/2013 P-AMQ + FSM 26/03/2013 PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ, P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N23S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 26/03/2013 P15S, P19S, N22S, N35S, E45S, E57S, M61S, M75S, AM98S, PYOS 26/03/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N35S, N37SQ, E53S, E59SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ 22/03/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N30S, N34SQ, E40S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 03/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E44S, E49SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, A102S, A105S 27/03/2013 P13SQ, P15SQ, N24S, N38SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM98SQ 30/03/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P19SQ, P19S, N27S, N39SQ, E44S, E59SQ, M63S, M75SQ 28/03/2013 P7S, P13SQ, N27S, N30SQ, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, E40S, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, PYOS, FEI INT1SQ 30/03/2013 P12S, P19SQ, N28S, N35SQ, E44S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, A105S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2S 27/03/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P15S, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOAS, P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N23S, N35SQ, E40S, E53SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOAS 30/03/2013 P-AMQ ADV, FSM 27/03/2013 P19S, P19SQ, N38SQ, E57SQ, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 23/03/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ 27/03/2013 P13S, P13SQ, P14S, P14SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ 03/04/2013 M61S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, PYOS, FEI PSGSQ, PIDH4S, PIDH5S 01/04/2013 P-INT1Q 28/03/2013 Intro AS, P4S, P13SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S 27/03/2013 E40S, E57SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, AM96S, A108S, FEI PSGSQ, FSMESQ, FSMNSQ, FSMAMSQ, FSMPSGSQ 27/03/2013 P19S, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E59SQ 28/03/2013 PARA 28/03/2013 P15S, P15SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N37S, N39SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ 29/03/2013 P-EQ 28/03/2013 P18S, N27S, N30SQ, E44S, E49SQ 28/03/2013 P7S, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E44S, E50SQ 31/03/2013 P14S, P15SQ, N35S, N38SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M73S, M75SQ 04/04/2013 P13S, P13SQ, P14S, P14SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E44S, E49SQ 28/03/2013 M69S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, A105S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ 28/03/2013 P15S, P15SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N37S, N38SQ, E57S, E59SQ 24/03/2013 P-EQ 29/03/2013 P12S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E44S, E50SQ 28/03/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ 28/03/2013 P12S, P13SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ 28/03/2013 P7S, P14SQ, N37S, N38SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ 04/04/2013 P13S, P13SQ, P14S, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 01/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E50SQ 05/04/2013 P-AMQ 30/03/2013 P-AMQ 31/03/2013 P19SQ, N23S, N35SQ, E45S, M73SQ, AM98SQ 03/04/2013 Intro BS, P12S, P13SQ, N24S, N34SQ, E44S 31/03/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N23S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M63S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ 03/04/2013 P15S, P15SQ, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E45S 05/04/2013 P7S, P14SQ, N24S, N34SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M63S 31/03/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, FEI PSGSQ, PYOS 27/03/2013 Winter/Music Champs 27/03/2013 P15SQ, N23S, N37SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS, FEI INT2SQ 05/04/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P14SQ, P14S, N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E50SQ 01/04/2013 P4S, P13SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, PYOS 05/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N23S, N35SQ, E40S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, PYOS, AM98SQ, PYOS 04/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E43S, E59SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM85S 02/04/2013 P-AMQ 02/04/2013

Intro Introductory | P Preliminary | N Novice | E Elementary | M Medium | AM Advanced Medium | A Advanced | PSG Prix St Georges | INT I Intermediate I | INT II Intermediate II | GP Grand Prix GPSp Grand Prix Special | FSM Freestyle Music | SQ or WQ Summer or Winter Qualifier | S or W Summer or Winter Non-Qualifier

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Date Day APRIL

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County

12 Fri Stilebridge Barn Kent 13 Sat Beaver Hall Staffordshire 13 Sat Berkshire College Berkshire 13 Sat Bishop Burton College East Yorkshire 13 Sat Brahan Highland 13 Sat Bury Farm EC Buckinghamshire 13 Sat Checkendon Equestrian Centre Berkshire 13 Sat Chester Hall Events Kent 13 Sat Crofton Manor EC Hampshire 13 Sat Duchy College Cornwall 13 Sat Gordon Dressage Group Aberdeenshire 13–14 Sat–Sun Guernsey Dressage Group Channel Islands Chemin Le Roi 13 Sat Home Farm Equestrian Centre Gloucestershire 13–14 Sat–Sun Isle of Man Dressage Group Isle of Man 13 Sat Merrist Wood College Surrey 13–14 Sat–Sun SNEC West Lothian 13 Sat Stretcholt Farm Dressage Somerset 13 Sat Tushingham Cheshire 13–14 Sat–Sun Wix EC Essex 14 Sun Abbey Dressage Gloucestershire 14 Sun Aireview EC Yorkshire 14 Sun Blackdyke Farm Cumbria 14 Sun Bold Heath Cheshire 14 Sun East Soley EC Berkshire 14 Sun Field House Staffordshire 14 Sun Hastingwood Essex 14 Sun Holmside Hall Equestrian Durham 14 Sun Isle of Wight Riding Club Dressage Isle Of Wight 14 Sun Kingston Maurward Dorset 14 Sun Moor Farm EC Pembrokeshire 14 Sun Moulton College Northamptonshire 14 Sun Northallerton Equestrian Centre North Yorkshire 14 Sun St Leonards Cornwall 14 Sun Vale View EC Leicestershire 15 Mon Severnvale Equestrian Centre Monmouthshire 15 Mon Watt Meadow Dressage Staffordshire 15 Mon Wellington Riding Hampshire 16 Tue Barleyfields Derbyshire 17 Wed Arena UK EC Lincolnshire 17 Wed Beaver Hall Staffordshire 17 Wed Cholderton Wiltshire 17 Wed Forest Edge Arena Norfolk 17 Wed Hickstead West Sussex 17 Wed Hunters Equestrian Gloucestershire 17 Wed Keysoe Bedfordshire 17 Wed Myerscough College Lancashire 17 Wed South View Cheshire 17 Wed Stockland Lovell Somerset 17 Wed Vale View EC Leicestershire 17–18 Wed–Thu West Wilts Wiltshire 17 Wed Windmill Farm Buckinghamshire 18 Thu Solihull RC West Midlands 19 Fri Allens Hill Worcestershire 19 Fri Fairoak Grange EC Berkshire 19–20 Fri–Sat Kingswood EC Staffordshire 19 Fri Oldencraig Surrey 20–21 Sat–Sun Badgworth Arena Somerset 20 Sat Brook Farm TC Essex 20 Sat Burrows Court Farm Gloucestershire 20 Sat Fenning Farm Cambridgeshire 20 Sat Haddon Equestrian Club Cheshire

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M69S, M73SQ, AM98SQ, A100S, FEI PSGS, FEI INT1S 02/04/2013 P13S, P14S, PYONS, PYOES, PYOMS, PYOS 11/04/2013 N35S, N38SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, A105S, FEI PSGS, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1S, FEI INT1SQ 03/04/2013 N35S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M73SQ, AM98SQ, PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 03/04/2013 P13S, P14SQ, N27S, N30SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M71SQ, AM90SQ, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ 03/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35SQ, PYOS, E59SQ, PYOS, M75SQ, PYOS 03/04/2013 Intro AS, P7S, P14SQ, N27S, N30SQ 03/04/2013 P15S, P19S, P19SQ, N23S, N37SQ, E43S, E53SQ, PYOS 30/03/2013 P15SQ, N23S, N37SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ 05/04/2013 E44S, E57SQ, M63S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, A102S, FEI PSGS, P14SQ, P19SQ, N30S, N37SQ, PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 03/04/2013 P4S, P19SQ, N27S, N37SQ, E44S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 03/04/2013 P15SQ, N38SQ, E59SQ, M73SQ, AM85S, FEI PSGSQ, P15SQ, N38SQ, E59SQ, M73SQ, AM85S, FEI PSGSQ 23/03/2013 N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, M63S, M71SQ 06/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35SQ, N22S, E45S, E57SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, A102S, FEI PSGS 03/04/2013 P15SQ, N35SQ, E57SQ, M75SQ 02/04/2013 P–AMQ 03/04/2013 N22S, N35SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M75SQ 03/04/2013 P12S, P13S, N34S, E42S, E49S 08/04/2013 FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, A105S, PYOS, FSMAMSQ, P15S, P19SQ, N22S, N39SQ, E45S, E53SQ 05/04/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P15SQ, P15S, N28S, N35SQ, E44S, E53SQ, M63S, M73SQ, AM90S, AM92SQ 07/04/2013 P-NQ 04/04/2013 P19S, P19SQ, FSMPS, N37SQ, FSMNSQ, E53SQ, FSMESQ, M73SQ, FSMMSQ, AM98SQ, FSMAMSQ 04/04/2013 P13SQ, P12S, N28S, N34SQ, E42S, E57SQ, M73SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS, FEI PSGSQ 04/04/2013 P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ, E53SQ, M73SQ, M75SQ 01/04/2013 P12S, P13SQ, P13SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E44S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 04/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ 31/03/2013 Intro AS, P7S, P14SQ, N27S, N35SQ, E45S, E53SQ 09/04/2013 P-AMQ 04/04/2013 N37S, N38SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 31/03/2013 P13SQ, P4S, N30SQ, N28S, E50SQ 31/03/2013 N23S, N38SQ, E40S, E57SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ 04/04/2013 P18S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 04/04/2013 P7S, P13SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M61S, M73S 04/04/2013 P14S, P14SQ, P15S, P15SQ, N27S, N38SQ, E44S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM96S, AM98SQ 07/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ 08/04/2013 P–MQ 05/04/2013 P18S, P15SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E44S, E57SQ 01/04/2013 P13SQ, P13S, N28S, N34SQ, E44S, E50S 09/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N23S, N35SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOS 07/04/2013 P13S, P14S, PYONS, PYOES, PYOMS, PYOS 15/04/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N22S, N37SQ, E43S, E59SQ 07/04/2013 P15SQ, N35S, N38SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M69S, PYOS 10/04/2013 E59S, E57SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, AM98S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, FEI GPSQ 07/04/2013 N27S, N38SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M71S, M73SQ, AM93S, AM98SQ 07/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N37SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, PYOS 03/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, N38SQ, E53S 07/04/2013 N22S, N35SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M69S, M75SQ 10/04/2013 P13S, P15SQ, N30S, N39SQ, E49S, E59SQ 03/04/2013 M69S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, A102S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, FEI GPSQ 10/04/2013 P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOS, PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 08/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N39SQ, E40S, E57SQ, M63S, AM92S, AM92SQ, AM96S 07/04/2013 E-AMQ 08/04/2013 P19SQ, P15SQ, N38S, N37SQ, E43S, E45S 12/04/2013 P13SQ, P13SQ, P15SQ, P15SQ, N27S, N37SQ, E50S, E59SQ, M63S, M75SQ 12/04/2013 P-GP Q 10/04/2013 P15SQ, N23S, N39SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI GPS 09/04/2013 Intro BS, P13S, P13SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 10/04/2013 P15S, P15SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N37S, N39SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, PYOS 12/04/2013 P14SQ, P14S, P15SQ, P15S, N28S, N35SQ, E42S, E53SQ 10/04/2013 P-AMQ FSM 10/04/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P14SQ, P14S, N30SQ, E50SQ 13/04/2013

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20 Sat Inchcoonans Equestrian Perthshire 20–21 Sat–Sun Jersey Dressage Club Jersey 20 Sat Myerscough College Lancashire 20 Sat Pachesham EC Surrey 20 Sat Port Royal East Yorkshire 20 Sat Reaseheath College Cheshire 20 Sat Saddlesdane EC Kent 20 Sat Tall Trees Cornwall 20–21 Sat–Sun The Cabin Aberdeenshire 20 Sat Weston Lawns Warwickshire 21 Sun Centaur Trust Suffolk 21 Sun Cockshot Cheshire 21 Sun Hartpury College Gloucestershire 21 Sun Kings Equestrian Herefordshire 21 Sun Moreton Morrell Warwickshire 21 Sun Mundole Equestrian Moray 21 Sun Newton Rigg College Cumbria 21–22 Sun–Mon Patchetts Hertfordshire 21 Sun Swallowfield Warwickshire 21 Sun Vale View EC Leicestershire 21 Sun West Sussex Dressage West Sussex 21 Sun Yorkshire Dressage South Yorkshire 21 Sun Yorkshire Riding Centre North Yorkshire 22 Mon Snowball Farm Buckinghamshire 22 Mon Witham Villa Leicestershire 23 Tue Sissons Farm Cambridgeshire 23 Tue The Jays Suffolk 24 Wed Beaver Hall Staffordshire 24 Wed Burrows Court Farm Gloucestershire 24 Wed Crow Wood Dressage Lancashire 24 Wed Maelor Equestrian Centre Flintshire 24 Wed Northallerton Equestrian Centre North Yorkshire 24 Wed Quob Stables Hampshire 24–25 Wed–Thu Sheepgate Lincolnshire 25 Thu Field House Staffordshire 25–26 Thu–Fri Moreton Equestrian Centre Dorset 25 Thu Norton Heath Essex 25 Thu Prescott EC Shropshire 25 Thu Step Aside Dressage West Sussex 26–28 Fri–Sun Keysoe Premier League Bedfordshire 26 Fri Oldencraig Surrey 26–28 Fri–Sun Rowallan East Ayrshire 26 Fri Summerhouse Gloucestershire 27 Sat Abbey Dressage Gloucestershire 27 Sat Beaver Hall Staffordshire 27 Sat Bedgebury Park Kent 27 Sat Bishop Burton College East Yorkshire 27 Sat Bluegate Hall Farm Essex 27 Sat College of West Anglia Cambridgeshire 27 Sat Colraine Cornwall 27 Sat Ladyleys Dressage Aberdeenshire 27 Sat Merrist Wood College Surrey 27 Sat Myerscough College Lancashire 27 Sat Pencoed Dressage Glamorgan 27 Sat R.E.C Events North Yorkshire 27 Sat Sparsholt College Hampshire 27–28 Sat–Sun Wellbeck Equestrian Centre Devon 28 Sun Aston Le Walls Northamptonshire 28 Sun Birtle Riding Centre Lancashire 28 Sun Elms Farm Equestrian Lincolnshire 28 Sun Hargate Arena Derbyshire 28 Sun Hickstead West Sussex

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P-EQ 10/04/2013 P-AMQ 10/04/2013 P19SQ, P19S, N35SQ, E57SQ, M75SQ, AM92SQ, A105S 10/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N23S, N37SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 15/04/2013 P12S, P14SQ, N24S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ 18/04/2013 E44S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM94S, A100S 10/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E57SQ 10/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M61S, M75SQ 12/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92S, P14SQ, P15SQ, N24S, N35SQ, E44S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ 10/04/2013 YDH4S, YDH5S, YDH6S, P15S, P19SQ, N23S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM98SQ 10/04/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N22S, N37SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ 15/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N23S, N35SQ, E40S, E57SQ 04/04/2013 M73S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, A102S 11/04/2013 P15S, P15S, P19S, P19S, N22S, N37SQ, FSMNSQ, E45S, E53SQ, FSMESQ 18/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N39SQ, E53S, E59SQ, M61S, M75SQ 14/04/2013 P13S, P14S, N30S, N34S, E49S, E50S, M63S, M73S, AM93S 11/04/2013 Intro AS, P15S, P19SQ, N35S, N38SQ, E59SQ 11/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, PYOS 08/04/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E57SQ 11/04/2013 P13S, P13SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N24S, N35SQ, E42S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ 14/04/2013 P-AMQ +PYO 11/04/2013 P14SQ, P14S, P19SQ, P19S, N24S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ 15/04/2013 P13S, P13SQ, P14S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93S 11/04/2013 N22S, N39SQ, E40S, E53SQ 12/04/2013 N37S, N38SQ, E53S, E59SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, PYOS 12/04/2013 P18S, P15SQ, N28S, N35SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M71S, M73SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ 13/04/2013 P-AMQ 13/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N30S, E40S, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS, PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 22/04/2013 N28S, N22S, E42S, E43S, M63S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ 14/04/2013 N22S, N38SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ 19/04/2013 N37S, N38SQ, E53S, E59SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM98SQ 14/04/2013 P19SQ, N37SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, PYOS 14/04/2013 FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ 07/04/2013 P15S, P15SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM94S, AM92SQ, PYOAS, P14S, P14SQ, P15S, P15SQ, N35S, N38SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, PYOAS 17/04/2013 P14S, P15SQ, P15SQ, N27S, N35SQ, E44S, E53S, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 15/04/2013 M61S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS, P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N23S, N37SQ, E53S, E57SQ 18/04/2013 P7S, P15SQ, N27S, N37SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M71S, M75SQ, AM93S, AM92SQ, PYOS 18/04/2013 P13S, P14SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E49SQ, M71SQ, AM93SQ 15/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N22S, N37SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, PYOS, AM92SQ, PYOS 18/04/2013 AM98SQ, A102S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI GPSQ, PIDH4SQ, PIDH5SQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, YPTES, JRTES, YRTES, BYHN5SQ, BYHE6SQ, FSMAMSQ, FSMPSGSQ, FSMINT1S, FSMGPS, A105S, FEI PSGSQ, YPINS, JRINS, YRINS, BYHP5SQ, BYHP6SQ 12/04/2013 P19S, N23S, N37S, E43S, E57S, M61S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, PYOS 17/04/2013 P13S, N37S, E53S, M73SQ, P7S, P15SQ, P15S, N27S, N27S, N38SQ, E42S, E42S, E57SQ, M71S, M73SQ, AM93S, AM98SQ, A105S, FEI PSGS, FEI INT1S, P13S, P19SQ, P19S, N28S, N28S, N37SQ, E44S, E44S, E57SQ, M71S, M75SQ, AM93S, AM98SQ, A105S, FEI PSGS, FEI INT1S 15/04/2013 P19SQ, P19S, P15SQ, P15S, N23S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ 16/04/2013 P14SQ, P14S, P19SQ, P19S, N27S, N38SQ, E42S, E59SQ 20/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N30S, N34SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, A100S, PYOS 25/04/2013 P15SQ, N37S, N38SQ, E57SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 20/04/2013 P14S, P14SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M71SQ 17/04/2013 P13SQ, P15SQ, N30S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ 17/04/2013 P7S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 22/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N34SQ, E45S, E57SQ 20/04/2013 P-AMQ 17/04/2013 N28S, N30SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ 15/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, FSMNS, FSMES, FSMMS, FSMAMS, FSMPSGS 17/04/2013 N38SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M69S, M73SQ 17/04/2013 P-AMQ 17/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N37S, N39SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, PYOS 13/04/2013 N23S, N35SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, PYOS 17/04/2013 P-AMQ 18/04/2013 PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ, P15S, P15SQ, N37SQ, E57SQ 18/04/2013 P4S, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, PYOS 18/04/2013 P4S, P13SQ, N27S, N30SQ, E49S, E50SQ, M71SQ 18/04/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E53SQ, M75SQ, YRTES, JRTES, YPTES, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ,

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FEI INT2SQ, FEI GPSQ 18/04/2013 28 Sun Hunters Equestrian Gloucestershire P13SQ, P13S, P14SQ, P14S, N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM93SQ 18/04/2013 28 Sun Kingston Maurward Dorset E53SQ, M73SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, PYOS 14/04/2013 28 Sun Marian Bach Flintshire P13SQ, P13S, P14SQ, P14S, N30SQ, E44S, M71SQ 21/04/2013 28 Sun Moulton College Northamptonshire N35SQ, FSMNSQ, E53SQ, FSMESQ, M73SQ, FSMMSQ, AM98SQ, FSMAMSQ 18/04/2013 28–29 Sun–Mon Patchetts Hertfordshire P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ, FSMPSGSQ 15/04/2013 28 Sun Queach Farm Stables Suffolk Intro AS, Intro BS, P13SQ, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ 22/04/2013 28 Sun Swallowfield Warwickshire M69S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 18/04/2013 28 Sun Todburn EC Northumberland P13SQ, P14SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ 18/04/2013 29 Mon Bury Farm EC Buckinghamshire E53SQ, PYOS, M75SQ, PYOS, AM92SQ, PYOS, PYOS 19/04/2013 30 Tue Abbey Dressage Gloucestershire M71S, M75SQ, AM93S, AM98SQ, PYOS, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, FEI GPSQ 23/04/2013 30–1 Tue–Wed Crofton Manor EC Hampshire P15SQ, N37S, N39SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOS 22/04/2013 30 Tue Weston Lawns Warwickshire P15S, P19SQ, N23S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 20/04/2013 MAY 1 Wed Arena UK EC Lincolnshire P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N37SQ, E43S, E53S, M69S, M75S, AM92S, AM98S, PYOS 21/04/2013 1 Wed Beaver Hall Staffordshire P13S, P14S, N30S, E43S, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, PYOMS, FSMMSQ 29/04/2013 1 Wed Keysoe Bedfordshire P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N39SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, FEI PSGSQ, PYOS 17/04/2013 1 Wed Vale View EC Leicestershire P14S, P14SQ, P15S, P15SQ, N28S, N37SQ, E44S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOS, PYOS 24/04/2013 1 Wed West Wilts Wiltshire P13S, P14SQ, P14SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E44S, E49SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ, PYOS 17/04/2013 2 Thu Addington Manor EC Buckinghamshire P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS, FEI GPSQ 26/04/2013 2 Thu Field House Staffordshire P19S, N22S, N37SQ, E53SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, PYOS 22/04/2013 2 Thu Geldeston Hall Norfolk N23S, N38SQ, E45S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ 25/04/2013 2 Thu Norton Heath Essex N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, A102S, PYOS 25/04/2013 2 Thu Solihull RC West Midlands P-MQ 22/04/2013 3–4 Fri–Sat Allens Hill Worcestershire P15S, P19S, N22S, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM94S, AM98SQ, P19SQ, P15SQ, N35S, N38SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, A102S, FEI PSGSQ 26/04/2013 3 Fri Oldencraig Surrey P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E45S, E59SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ 23/04/2013 3 Fri Stilebridge Barn Kent P-EQ 23/04/2013 4 Sat Burrows Court Farm Gloucestershire N28S, FSMNS, E42S, FSMES, M63S, FSMMS, FSMAMS, FSMPSGS 25/04/2013 4–5 Sat–Sun Cobham Manor Kent E44S, E53SQ, M69S, M75SQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOS, FEI PSGSQ, P15SQ, P19SQ, N35S, N37SQ, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, E40S 27/04/2013 4 Sat Dumfries Dressage Dumfries and Galloway P13SQ, P13S, P14SQ, P14S, N24S, N38SQ, E53SQ, M73SQ, AM98SQ, FSMPS, FSMNS, FSMES, FSMMS, FSMAMS 24/04/2013 4 Sat Fairoak Grange EC Berkshire P-NQ 24/04/2013 4 Sat Fountain Equestrian Aberdeenshire P7S, P13SQ, N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM92SQ, PYOS 24/04/2013 4–5 Sat–Sun Myerscough College Lancashire FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ, P19SQ, P19S, N39SQ, E59SQ, M73SQ, AM98SQ, A102S 24/04/2013 4 Sat Netley Hall Shropshire P15SQ, P15S, P19S, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E40S, E53SQ 01/05/2013 4 Sat R.E.C Events North Yorkshire PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 24/04/2013 4 Sat Reaseheath College Cheshire Intro BS, P1S, P13SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E42S 24/04/2013 4–6 Sat–Mon Sheepgate Lincolnshire P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM92SQ, PYOAS, M69S, AM94S, A105S, FSMPS, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ, FSMPSGS, P15SQ, P15S, N38SQ, E53SQ, M73SQ, AM98SQ, PYOAS, PYOAS, P19S, N35S, E43S, M69S, AM94S, A105S, P15SQ, P15S, N22S, E53S, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM92SQ, PYOAS, P19S, N35S, E43S, FSMPS, FSMNS, FSMES, FSMMS, FSMAMS, FSMPSGS, FSMPYOS 25/04/2013 4–5 Sat–Sun SNEC West Lothian P–AMQ 24/04/2013 4–5 Sat–Sun Tall Trees Cornwall E43S, E57SQ, FSMESQ, M61S, M73SQ, FSMMSQ, AM98SQ, FSMAMSQ, P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, FSMNSQ, N38SQ 26/04/2013 4 Sat Wellbeck Equestrian Centre Devon PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 24/04/2013 4 Sat Windmill Farm Buckinghamshire P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N39SQ, E40S, E57SQ, M63S, M75SQ, AM92SQ, AM96S, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ 24/04/2013 5 Sun Beaver Hall Staffordshire P13SQ, P14SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E40S, E53SQ, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, M61S, M73SQ, FSMMSQ, AM92SQ, FSMAMSQ, PYOS 03/05/2013 5 Sun Bishop Burton College East Yorkshire P15S, P15SQ, P19S, P19SQ, N23S, N35SQ, E45S, E53SQ, PIDH4S, PIDH5S 24/04/2013 5 Sun Epworth Equestrian South Yorkshire P13S, P13SQ, P14S, P14SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E44S, E50SQ 26/04/2013 5 Sun Forest Edge Arena Norfolk N35SQ, E53SQ, M73SQ, PYOS, AM98SQ, A102S, FEI PSGSQ 25/04/2013 5 Sun Swallowfield Warwickshire FSMNSQ, FSMESQ, FSMMSQ, FSMAMSQ, FSMPSGSQ 25/04/2013 5 Sun Ugie Dressage Aberdeenshire P12S, P13SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ 25/04/2013 5 Sun Yorkshire Riding Centre North Yorkshire P13S, P13SQ, P14S, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 16/05/2013 6 Mon Croft Riding Centre Dressage Cheshire P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N37SQ, E53SQ, M75SQ 26/04/2013 6 Mon Foxes Riding School Cheshire P13SQ, P14SQ, N28S, N34SQ, E44S, E49SQ 03/05/2013 6 Mon Watt Meadow Dressage Staffordshire P–MQ 26/04/2013 6 Mon Witham Villa Leicestershire P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ 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Intro BS, P7S, P14SQ, N27S, N30SQ, E50S 28/04/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N22S, N37SQ, E53S, E59SQ, FSMNSQ, FSMESQ 28/04/2013 PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 28/04/2013 N28S, N38SQ, E42S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, PYOS 28/04/2013 N37S, N38SQ, E53S, E59SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM98S 28/04/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N22S, N39SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M73S, AM92SQ, FEI PSGSQ, PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 24/04/2013 P-MQ 28/04/2013 P14S, P19SQ, N34S, N37SQ, E50S, E53SQ 28/04/2013 E53S, M61S, M73SQ, AM98SQ, A100S, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI INT2SQ, FEI GPSQ 28/04/2013 P12S, P15SQ, P15SQ, N27S, N34S, E44S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM92SQ, PYOS 29/04/2013 P-EQ 29/04/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P15SQ, P15S, N24S, N37SQ, E40S, E49SQ, M63S, M73SQ, PYOS, AM98SQ, PYOS 02/05/2013 BYHN5SQ, BYHE6SQ, BYHP5SQ, BYHP6SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, F EI INT2SQ, YPTES, JRTES, YRTES, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ, FEI GPSQ, YPINS, JRINS, YRINS, FEI GPSpS, PIDH4SQ, PIDH5SQ, FSMAMSQ, FSMPSGSQ 01/05/2013 P-MQ 30/04/2013 M61S, FSMMSQ, AM85S, FSMAMSQ, FEI PSGSQ, FSMPSGSQ, FSMINT1S 30/04/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19SQ, P19S, N38S, N39SQ, E40S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ 30/04/2013 P-MQ FSM 15/05/2013 N37S, N39SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM92S, AM96S, A102S, FEI PSGS, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1S, FEI INT1SQ 01/05/2013 P14SQ, P15SQ, N27S, N39SQ, E45S, E57SQ, M73S, M75SQ, AM98SQ 04/05/2013 M63S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ 01/05/2013 Intro AS, P4S, P13SQ, N28S, N34SQ 01/05/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N23S, N37SQ, E40S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ 03/05/2013 P-GPQ FSM PSGQ 01/05/2013 P19SQ, N39SQ, E57SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, P19SQ, N39SQ, E57SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ 20/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N27S, N34SQ, E42S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ 01/05/2013 P15SQ, P15S, P19S, P19SQ, N35S, N38SQ, E40S, E53SQ, M61S, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 06/05/2013 PE IV 41S, PE III 31S, PE II 21S, PE 1b 10S, PE 1a 3S, PE IV NSQ, PE III NSQ, PE II NSQ, PE 1b NSQ, PE 1a NSQ, PE IV TeS, PE III TeS, PE II TeS, PE 1b TeS, PE 1a TES, PE IV ICSQ, PE III ICSQ, PE II ICSQ, PE 1b ICSQ, PE 1a ICSQ 01/05/2013 P-EQ 01/05/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N24S, N30S, E44S, E45S, M61S, M75SQ, P15SQ, N35SQ, E53SQ, M73SQ, AM92SQ, A100S 01/05/2013 M69S, M75SQ, AM96S, AM92SQ, PYOS 01/05/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P15SQ, P15S, N24S, N39SQ, E44S, E53SQ, M63S, M73SQ, AM90S, AM98SQ 05/05/2013 P-NQ 02/05/2013 P-AMQ 02/05/2013 P-AMQ 02/05/2013 N39SQ, E59SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, FEI PSGSQ, FEI INT1SQ 02/05/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N38SQ, E53SQ, M75SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ 29/04/2013 P-AMQ 02/05/2013 P13SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, M63S, M71SQ 05/05/2013 P–MQ 02/05/2013 P14SQ, N27S, N38SQ, E43S, E57SQ 03/05/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N38SQ, E43S, E53SQ 02/05/2013 P13SQ, P13S, P15SQ, P15S, N27S, N37SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ 02/05/2013 N23S, N37SQ, E43S, E57SQ, M75SQ, AM98SQ, PYOS 02/05/2013 P1S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, M63S, M71SQ 02/05/2013 P13S, P15S, N30S, N35S, E49S, E53S, M71S, M75S, AM92S 02/05/2013 P12S, P14SQ, N28S, N30SQ, E44S, E50SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 02/05/2013 P15SQ, P19SQ, N22S, N35SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M61S, M73SQ, AM85S, AM98SQ, PYOS 29/04/2013 P13SQ, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E42S, E49SQ, M63S, M71SQ, AM90S, AM93SQ 06/05/2013 P13S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E44S, E50SQ 02/05/2013 P14SQ, P15S, N24S, N35SQ, E44S, E57SQ, M69S, M75SQ, AM94S, AM98S 02/05/2013 P4S, P14SQ, N24S, N30SQ, E50SQ 06/05/2013 P15S, P19SQ, N37S, N39SQ, E43S, E53SQ, M69S, M73SQ, AM92S, AM98SQ 28/04/2013 N23S, N35SQ, E43S, E57SQ 03/05/2013 AM92SQ, FSMAMSQ, FEI PSGSQ, FSMPSGSQ 29/04/2013 P14SQ, P14S, N27S, N30SQ, E42S, E49S 07/05/2013 P-AMQ 04/05/2013

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Q A DRESSAGE DAYS: PENNY SMITH

“For me, the BDSC means forming friendships with like-minded people, getting involved with the sport’s stars and working with the committee to fulfil our goals for the year” Penny Smith, chairman of the BDSC, talks about her passion for the sport Tell us about the BDSC. The BDSC was founded in 1983 by Jane Wykeham-Musgrave to support, promote and help dressage at all levels, as well as raise money and encourage friendship with dressage enthusiasts. It awards training grants, sponsors para talent spotting and national judges’ seminars, and provides an educational and social role in our marquees at Hickstead and the national championships.

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What do you enjoy about working with the BDSC? Forming friendships with like-minded people, getting involved with the sport’s stars and working with the committee to fulfil our goals for the year. Which trips with the BDSC have been the most memorable? The best shows have been in Aachen, where all disciplines are catered for on one huge site. There are superb viewing facilities for dressage, as well as showjumping and eventing. Also wonderful shopping and great food and bar facilities. At the end of each day, more people from the town come to party and jazz bands play.

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Why should dressage lovers join the BDSC? To get closer to the sport and the riders, have fun and socialise, and learn more about dressage by watching from our marquees at major events. What skills do you need in your job as chairman? Enthusiasm, good communication and organisational skills. What for you is the appeal of this sport? Watching British dressage go from strength to strength and reaching the very top in the world. Do you have a favourite horse and rider combination? I loved Totilas. He was such an impressive horse and beautifully ridden by Edward Gal

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Penny Smith masterminds the club’s popular annual ball in London and helps organise sponsorships, trips and special events for dressage enthusiasts. She lives with husband Gordon near Little Venice in London. Penny, a former biology teacher, head of science and consultant college inspector, began riding at the age of six and later as a member of the Civil Service Riding Club in London. – I’ve also always liked Parzival and Adelinde Cornelissen. And, of course, Carl Hester and Uthopia, Charlotte Dujardin and Valegro, and Laura Bechtolsheimer and Mistral Hojris! What is your equestrian background? I grew up in Huddersfield and then Nottingham, where I really got into riding at a small stables and a working farm. I spent all my spare time and holidays there until I went to university. How did you get into dressage? I first met [former BD chairman] Desi Dillingham at the Civil Service Riding Club – she used to teach us in the Knightsbridge barracks and we’ve been friends ever since. She also introduced me to the BDSC. I’ve

co-owned a few horses over 35 years with my friend Una. Our best horse was Mr Chips, whom we had for 25 years. We did everything with him – affiliated dressage, showing, hunter trials and all riding club events. He was our horse of a lifetime. What’s your favourite way to spend a day off? Drive down to the livery yard in Surrey and hack out on the North Downs on my gorgeous Connemara pony, Callum. I’m really lucky as he is beautifully schooled, loves to jump and is known at the yard as PP – perfect pony! Choose three words to describe you. Loyal, enthusiastic and caring.


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