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It is our pleasure to welcome you to the newest addition to our ‘Love’ range: Love Cornwall Equestrian and Countryside guide 2014. Here you will find all the latest information, events and show dates for the year ahead, meaning you shouldn’t miss a thing. We have lots of advice on offer from the RSPCA, as well as an interesting article written by mr Ivor Mann, FRICS, FAAV, of John Coad & Son, Helston, a chartered surveyor, valuer and land agent on buying or renting an equestrian property for the first time. Our Countryside section focuses on everything from fishing and falconry to clay pigeon shooting. We would like to take this opportunity to thank

previous Cornwall Show Guide producers - Teresa Chapman (pre 2013 programmes) and Vicky and Becky of Cornish Saddlery, Blackwater (Cornwall Show Guide 2013) - for their advice, support and contribution. The ‘Love’ team wishes you a great 2014. If you like what you see this year, get in touch with one of the team and you could see yourself in next year’s guide. Happy reading!

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Country Pursuits Ways to enjoy the great outdoors

Cornwall is renowned for its beauty and there are many fun ways to enjoy its splendour solo, with friends and with family. Spending time in nature is the perfect antidote to today’s stresses and being absorbed in a sport gives the mind a true break.

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Falconry The Fascination of Flight Falconry is an ancient art that is believed to be the oldest sport in the world. It began as a way to secure food for the falconer but today is enjoyed by many as a fascinating pastime. Owls, kestrels, peregrine falcons and harris hawks all offer the chance to witness extraordinary flight skills. There are opportunities throughout the county to watch spectacular displays of birds in prey in flight. However, there are also instructors that can teach you to fly and handle these beautiful birds yourself. It is even possible to learn how to hunt with them as in days of old. Going out with dogs and ferrets which work together to flush out game such as rabbits and pheasants is extremely exciting. Birds of prey can also give us a solution to pest birds that are so prevalent in Cornwall.

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Within two hours of being on site they can create a ‘no-fly’ zone since they pose a danger to seagulls, pigeons and starlings. Seagulls are a protected species and employing birds of prey to operate as a deterrent is both a practical and environmentally friendly way of dealing with the problem. Watching these fantastic birds in motion, whether they are working or playing is awe inspiring. Being able to get close to them in static displays is an extraordinary experience for people of all ages. Their beauty, majesty and incredible skills teach a new respect for these wondrous birds. Whether you see a display at one of the county shows or buy an individual session just for you and your friends and family, you will come away with a renewed sense of the wonders of nature.

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Cross Winds Equestrian When it comes to reassuring customers they are in good hands, one Cornish equestrian centre has a real advantage. Crosswinds Equestrian Saddlery Store at Whitemoor near St.Austell is a fully stocked one-stop equestrian store and home to the production yard of Sammie -Jo Coffin Showjumpers. One of the UK’s high profile riders and and producer of superb, talented Showjumpers. The shop has recently been extended to celebrate 15 years of trading and now offers 200 square metres of bespoke saddlery showroom, all the top name brands in horse and rider clothing, monthly expert clinics, and all the usual on site expert help and advice their customers have come to expect. Sue Coffin, Director and owner said “We are proud to be able to support Sammie -Jo’s Showjumpers and being all together on one site we really are able to offer a unique service to all our customers. Whether purchasing a saddle, or kitting out your own horse we really do offer everything from lead rein tiny tots to Showjumpers, dressage champions and beyond” Sammie-Jo’s list of achievements include winning the Derby Trophy Class at Hickstead in July 2012 and in 2013, wins at the Chepstow 2 star and winner of both the A&B Championship at the Blue Chip national finals.

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Clay Pigeon Shooting Hitting the Mark

An addictive sport, it doesn’t take long to become extremely competitive when clay pigeon shooting. There are many places in and around Cornwall to learn and to practise the sport. It’s surprising how difficult it can be to hit the clays, and this is largely down to stance, gun mounting and position of gun when the clay is initially sighted. Instructors will teach all of this and then there is a variety of ways to enjoy your new skill. Skeet, sporting clays or trap shooting all provide different challenges. Skeet is when the clays are flung high from two different stations at differing angles. Trap shooting sees the clays being fired from one location and sporting clays uses a variety of locations, which is more complex. The clays are just over 10cm in diameter and are thicker in the centre. making them harder to shatter. The guns used are generally double barrelled shotguns. Generally people trying the sport need to be over 12 years old but some organisations do supply smaller shotguns better suited to younger people. Clay pigeon shooting is a skill of precision and skill rather than physical fitness. It is a superb way of spending time with friends and, as your shot improves, becomes more and more rewarding.

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FISHING

Tall tales and happy times Cornwall offers a wealth of opportunity for those keen to fish. The range of fish available is huge and the landscapes are stunning places to sit and contemplate while waiting for the fish to take the bait. Sea fishing is immensely popular and even more so in these days of valuing sustainable and locally produced food. Sea bass are prized but the humble mackerel also makes a wonderful dinner. There are many charters available at reasonable prices and the skippers know the best places to visit. An excellent day can be spent travelling by boat to beautiful bays and coves and seeing the county from the water takes some beating. Others prefer fishing off the rocks of the rugged coastline and pollock, mackerel, wrasse, garfish, plaice, dabs and conger can all be found. Meanwhile for those wishing to explore the inner reaches of the county, there are some beautiful rivers in which to catch salmon, brown trout and rainbow trout. There are many coarse lakes which are stocked with high quality fish such as bream, carp, tench, rudd and mirror. There are organization around the county that teach total beginners and more experienced fishing folk can enjoy the varied challenge that the county offers. The perfect place to begin some tall stories.

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South West Equine Protection Without SWEP the Moorland that surrounds us would be littered with suffering ponies, the charity works tirelessly to rescue ponies that are in poor condition, have been hit by cars and have been abandoned. Throughout the process both staff and volunteers see the change from the distressed ponies that come in, through to the cheeky happy ponies that go off into there new loan homes. We aim to improve the quality of life of these ponies and give them the care and attention they deserve. When we receive pictures of ponies that have been re-homed it is very rewarding for staff and supporters.

For more information and to make a donation please visit: www.swep.org.uk

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HORSE HEAVEN The RSPCA has the following recommendations for making sure that your horse or pony is happy and healthy. Every animal is different, but there are five main areas of concern: Health and Welfare, Behaviour, Diet, Environment and Company.

Health and Welfare 1. 2. 3.

Check your horse for signs of injury and illness daily. Consult a vet if you suspect that your horse is in pain, ill or injured. Worm and vaccinate your horse against equine influenza and tetanus regularly. You may also consider vaccinating against equine herpes virus. 4. Learn to recognise lameness. If your horse becomes lame it should not be worked and you should consult your vet. 5. Inspect hooves daily, including the underside of the foot. Overgrown or unbalanced hooves can cause severe discomfort and damage to the internal structure of the feet, legs and back. 6. Your horse should be seen by a farrier registered with the Farriers’ Registration Council every four to six weeks, even if they are unshod. 7. Horses’ teeth erupt through the gums continuously. They can develop hooks and sharp edges that can cause painful injuries inside the mouth. Get them checked by an equine vet or qualified equine dental technician at least annually. 8. Poorly fitting tack can cause injury and pain, as can poor riding technique or riding by people too heavy for the horse. 9. Before allowing horses to breed, check with your vet. Ensure provisions have been made to care for both parents and offspring. 10. Before buying a horse, find out what health and behaviour problems it has or may be prone to. 11. Only use medicines and feed additives recommended for your horse by experts as they can be dangerous if given to the wrong animal. 12. Insure your horse to help cover the cost of veterinary treatment.

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Behaviour

Home Sweet Home

1. Horses must be given the opportunity to run freely in a paddock as foften and for as long as possible in the company of other horses. 2. Take the time to learn how your horse learns so that you can train him humanely and effectively. 3. Horses can be trained using positive, reward-based methods. Do not shout at or punish your horse as fear of punishment can cause a horse to become aggressive or develop behaviour problems. 4. Take time to learn how your horse normally behaves. If your horse starts exhibiting abnormal behaviour, you should seek immediate advice from an equine specialist vet as they could be ill or suffering. 5. Do not use anti-cribbing collars, anti-weaving grilles or other devices that simply attempt to stop the performance of abnormal behaviour. Instead, get advice to tackle causes such as stress isolation or boredom.

1. Make sure your horse lives in a place that is secure and free from hazards. 2. All horses should have access to a paddock where they can exercise every day, in the company of other horses, for as long as possible. 3. Horses must have access to shelter from sun, wind and extremes of weather or temperature. They must have dry areas to stand and lie down on. 4. A horse can become ill or show abnormal behaviour if it is confined to a stable for long periods of time. If your horse is stabled, ensure all areas of your horse’s environment are well ventilated, clean and draught-free. 5. Stabled horses are more likely to be exposed to germs, toxic dust and fumes. They need good quality, clean, dust-free bedding to lie upon. 6. Have a plan to deal with emergencies such as fire in buildings and flooding of land or buildings. 7. Transport can be stressful for horses. When you transport your horse, make sure it is comfortable and safe at all times. 8. Ensure the size and temperature of any place you leave your horse (including a trailer or horsebox) is appropriate.

You Are What You Eat 1. There must be continuous access to fresh clean water. 2. Horses should be provided with as much opportunity to graze as possible as without it they can develop disorders of the gut and stomach ulcers. 3. Not all pasture provides adequate nutrition and many will be too high in calories. Horses may still need additional hard feed and forage to maintain their appropriate bodyweight, particularly between late autumn and early spring. 4. Horses fed diets low in forage and high in concentrates (hard feeds such as cubes or grains) are at risk of digestive problems. Stabled horses should be given plenty of forage. 5. Horses should be fed only good quality, mould and dust-free forage. 6. Changes in your horse’s lifestyle, such as increased or reduced work, movement on and off pasture, pregnancy, lactation and ageing will require changes to your horse’s diet. Ask an equine nutritionist or vet. 7. Rapid changes in diet can result in illness. Any changes to your horse’s diet must be introduced gradually, over a period of around two weeks. 8. Horses must be fed only diets designed for horses. They must not be given lawn clippings or access to large amounts of fermentable foods such as apples as they can be fatally toxic. 9. Horses should not become overweight as this can introduce laminitis, a very painful disorder of the feet. A common factor triggering laminitis is feeding on lush spring and autumn grass. 10. Speak to your vet about how at risk your horse may be of developing laminitis and how you can help reduce that risk. 11. Remove toxic plants, shrubs and tress such as ragwort and yew from paddocks and other areas. Toxic plants, even if they are dead, must be dug up and taken completely out of the horse’s reach. If your horse’s feeding habits change, consult your vet, as your horse could be ill.

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Company 1. Horses are social animals so they should not be housed alone in individual paddocks or pens. 2. Horses should be allowed as much time as possible in paddocks interacting freely with other horses. Isolated horses may experience high levels of stress which can lead to abnormal behaviour. 3. Stabling should be designed with partitions that allow horses to see and interact with their neighbours, including allowing them to put their heads over stable doors. Horses that do not get on well with each other should not be stabled next to each other or put in the same paddock. 4. To minimise aggression, horses should be kept in the same groups each time they are let out into paddocks. 5. Where it is necessary to introduce new horses into groups, they should be carefully observed to ensure that they do not receive excessive aggression. 6. Sufficient space should be available to allow horses to get away from others and avoid being cornered. The whole group should be checked for signs of injury more frequently than normal.

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OPEN PRESEASON PRACTICE SHOW FOR WELSH AND NON WELSH

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester, Dorset Southern Western Association of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society Mrs E Holt, Orchard Cottage, Dorset DT11 0QT

02-Mar-14

SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Duchy College BSJA Cornwall Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

02-Mar-14

ST JUST PLEASURE RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Details given to entrants Endurance GB – South West a.nicholson64@btinternet.com

09-Mar-14

INDOOR DRESSAGE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Newquay Riding Club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

09-Mar-14

INDOOR JUMPING SHOWS

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Goonbell Riding Centre Goonbell Riding Centre 01872 552063 or email: goonbellridingcentre.inquiries@yahoo.co.uk

09-Mar-14

COLQUITE PLEASURE RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Washaway near Bodmin Endurance GB – South West janeholden@mail.com

12-Mar-14

AGM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

The Hawkins Arms, Zelah Arab Horse Society Cornish Region Fiona Hosking: 01326 221539 or email: arabhorsesocietycornishregion@hotmail.co.uk

15-Mar-14

EQUINE COURSES INFORMATION EVENING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Duchy College Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

16-Mar-14

BRITISH SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Duchy College BSJA Cornwall Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

16-Mar-14

NOVICE JUMPING SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Goonbell Riding Centre Goonbell Riding Centre 01872 552063 or email: goonbellridingcentre.inquiries@yahoo.co.uk

16-Mar-14

COMBINED TRAINING WITH CORNWALL TREC

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

16-Mar-14

TEACH IN

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

23-Mar-14

SHOW AND RUSTIC JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Lansdown Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Equestrian club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

23-Mar-14

FUN DRESSAGE AFTERNOON

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Goonbell Riding Centre Goonbell Riding Centre 01872 552063 or email: goonbellridingcentre.inquiries@yahoo.co.uk

23-Mar-14

WADEBRIDGE RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Royal Cornwall Showground venue Endurance GB – South West rosewyn@btinternet.com

MARCH

02-Mar-14

www.duchy.ac.uk

www.newquayridingclub.com

www.goonbellridingcentre.co.uk

www.duchy.ac.uk

www.duchy.ac.uk

www.goonbellridingcentre.co.uk

www.cornwalldressage.co.uk

www.nativeponyassociationcornwall.co.uk

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.goonbellridingcentre.co.uk

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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FUN DOG SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Goonhavern Vilage Hall Native Pony Association of Cornwall Sue Payne: 01736 851243

28-Mar-14

LECTURE/DEMONSTRATION “INTRODUCTION TO DRESSAGE TO MUSIC”

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

30-Mar-14

LADOCK PLEASURE RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Ladock Endurance GB – South West margaretstrongman@btconnect.com

30-Mar-14

TEACH IN

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

01-Apr-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course Newton Abbot Racing 01626 353235

05-Apr-14

SPONSOR RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

TBC Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

06-Apr-14

SPRING SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Lansdown Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Equestrian Club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

06-Apr-14

OPEN POINTS SHOW 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

06-Apr-14

HUNTER TRIAL

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah The Western Hunt Pony Club Helen: whpcsec@mail.com

06-Apr-14

DRESSAGE TRAINING DAY

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

At the club Threewaters riding club twrc.co.uk

12-Apr-14

SHOWJUMPING VARIOUS CLASSES 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

12-Apr-14

BRITISH DRESSAGE

VENUE: CONTACT:

Duchy College Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

13-Apr-14

DRESSAGE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

13-Apr-14

SPRING HORSE SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

13-Apr-14

BLUE CHIP ST MEUBRED’S

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Details on site Endurance GB – South West Jo and Peter Claridge: 01208 821328

www.nativeponyassociationcornwall.co.uk

www.cornwalldressage.co.uk

www.nativeponyassociationcornwall.co.uk

APRIL

23-Mar-14

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

branches.pcuk.org/western

See Facebook page

www.duchy.ac.uk

www.cornwalldressage.co.uk

www.nativeponyassociationcornwall.co.uk

endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_St_Meubreds.html

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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19-Apr-14

OPEN SPRING SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chard Showground, Chard equestrian, Higher Purtington, Chard, Somerset TA18 8QY Southern western association of the welsh pony and cob society Miss H Jeans, Talbolts, Newton, Kingsbury Episcopi, Martock, Somerset TA12 6BQ

19-Apr-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 35323

20-Apr-14

TEACH IN

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

25-Apr-14

RACECOURSE MEETING (EVENING)

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

27-Apr-14

OPEN CHARITY HORSE AND DOG SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

27-Apr-14

EVENTING & CROSS COUNTRY  OPEN HUNTER TRIAL

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Threewaters riding club twrc.co.uk for schedule and entry form

30-Apr-14

OPEN EVENING SHOWJUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

May TBA

JUMP CROSS

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Porth Valley, Hendra Paul, Newquay St Austell Bay Equestrian Club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

03-May-14

GWINEAR AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL SHOW AND GYMKHANA

VENUE: CLUB:

Trenawin Farm, Connor Downs, near Hayle TR27 5JG Gwinear Agricultural association

03-May-14

SHOWJUMPING VARIOUS CLASSES 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

04-May-14

UNAFFILIATED SHOWING AND SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Duchy College Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

04-May-14

OPEN POINTS SHOW 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

05-May-14

ALL BREEDS SPRING FESTIVAL

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Grange Equestrian Arab Horse Society Cornish Region Juliet Martin: 01752 822691

05-May-14

MIXED (A,J)

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Helston Flora Day Show BSJA Cornwall Lesley Rose 01326 561039

08-May-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

10-May-14

BRITISH DRESSAGE

VENUE: CONTACT:

Duchy College Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.nativeponyassociationcornwall.co.uk

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

twrc.co.uk

www.newquayridingclub.com

MAY

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

see Facebook page

www.duchy.ac.uk

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.duchy.ac.uk

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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10-May-14

MIXED AND CLUB (A,J,CL)

VENUE: CONTACT:

Troon Horse Show Showing: 07817583929 - Jumping: 07853863731

11-May-14

OPEN HUNTER TRIAL 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

12-May-2014 to 16-May- 2014 VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

OPEN RIDING CLUB CAMP

Stockland Lovell Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

www.newquayridingclub.com

17-May-14

SHOWJUMPING VARIOUS CLASSES 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

18-May-14

OPEN SHOW WORKING HUNTER, SHOW JUMPING INCLUDING DERBY CLASSES

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Threewaters riding club Heather Child: 07890893971

18-May-14

HORSE SHOW 10AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Roserrans Farm, St. Columb Cornwall Young Farmers 01208 893080

21-May-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

22-May-14 to 24-May-14 VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

see Facebook page

www.twrc.co.uk

www.cornwallyfc.co.uk

www.newtonabbotracing.com

DEVON COUNTY SHOW

Clyst St Mary, Exeter Arab Horse Society 01392 353708

COMBINED TRAINING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

25-May-14

DERBY DAY 10AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

SCORRIER ESTATES  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

26-May-14

NEWBRIDGE HORSE SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Tremethick Cross, Penzance TR20 8UG Newbridge Horse Show Sophie Olds: 07919911250 or email: hannaholds135@gmail.com

28-May-14

OPEN EVENING SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

30-May-14

THREEWATERS RIDING CLUB CAMP ENDS JUNE 1ST

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park Threewaters riding club Heather Child: 07890893971

June TBA

ODE WITH CORNWALL TREC

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Porth Valley, Hendra Paul, Newquay St Austell Bay Equestrian Club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

01-Jun-14

MINIONS MOORLAND RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Details given to entrants Endurance GB – South West 01566 782986 or email:janeholden@mail.com

www.cornisharabiangroup.co.uk

www.newquayridingclub.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

twrc.co.uk

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

JUNE

25-May-14

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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So you would like to buy property for horSeS/ponieS? Probably one of the main criteria is the money available. Do you want to buy a farm with house, buildings and land to breed numerous horses/ponies? As a guide an 80-100 acre farm with farm buildings would cost in excess of £1 million. A house with 2-3 acres of land would be something in the order of £450,000 - £600,000 depending on the house. Bear in mind a two bedroom house is less expensive and ideal for a newly married couple where the wife has a passion for horses, but it is possible that children may follow and more bedrooms are needed at a later date!! For those already in a house and not wishing to move to a smallholding, there is the option of renting or buying a field for one or two horses. As to values, one should bear in mind that a house on its own is worth say £250,000, whilst a two acre paddock will be £20,000 to £30,000. However, to buy a smallholding where the house is adjacent to the 2 acres, the ‘marriage’ value of the house and land would make the total nearer £450,000 to £500,000, but then you would not have to travel to your land. Land comes up for sale in different locations and in differing quantities. Ideally, one horse per acre is the norm but rarely does one acre come on to the market. It is often fields of between 2-5 acres, as agents usually divide large blocks of land to make it easier for purchasers to afford the land for their hobby/pursuit. (The land is often worth more per acre for the horse and pony brigade or others who wish to own their piece of Cornwall!)

When buying said fields look out for the following: 1) Does it have road access, are you able to drive to the field on a Council maintained road and is there a gateway on to the road? 2) Is that gateway wide enough to take a car and can you park your car inside the gateway off the road? If a minor road, you may be able to enlarge gateway without planning permission, but if on a major road, planning consent may be required. 3) Are you likely to keep a horse box on site to transport your horse/ pony to shows or whatever? Can you reverse your car and trailer through the gateway? Are you going to leave the trailer on a hard base, as in winter you will be unable to traverse a wet field. 4) On the planning front, do you wish to erect a stable, tack room or sand school? If you do, you will need to make a formal application to Cornwall Council which will cost money for the planning fee, and for someone to complete the necessary planning application unless you are able to do it yourself. Do you want one stable and a tack room with fodder store, what materials do you use, how about maintenance? As to number of stables, remember one horse to one acre. 5) Security etc. You may wish to padlock gates to ensure that your horse does not escape, or is released or stolen. Likewise, is the stable and tack room secure? Are the hedges/fences to the field secure – are there gaps in the hedge to enable the horse to escape onto a neighbour’s land or onto a road or does the land need to be fenced? 6) Does the proposed land have access to quiet road or bridleways? If you want to enjoy your horse and perhaps your friend’s horse and their company, you will need to consider a hack. Are the roads safe, are there verges to get away from cars, is your horse ‘car proof’? If not you may need direct access to bridleways or open moors where there are public rights of way. 7) Water. Your horses or ponies will require water. Obviously if you have a stable in place you can catch the water off the roof – rainwater harvesting – but unless same can be stored the ponies will still need to drink in a prolonged dry period. If you do not have water on site, where is the nearest mains supply? Is it in the road adjacent and can you tap into it – if the main is in the road, is it on ‘your’ side of the road? If not, you may have to pay the Council to ‘break’ the road incurring additional costs, and there is the

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possibility that as you are liable for metered water costs, you will be responsible for the bill if there is a subsequent leak. If you have a stream or natural supply, so much the better and cheaper! 8) In the summer, you can turn your horse out to grass (assuming the field is already in grass) otherwise you are looking at £150£200 per acre to reseed – and don’t forget grass does not grow overnight. In the winter you will need to supplement the food to your horse, i.e. hay. If your field is large enough or too large for your horses to graze, you will need to restrict their grass intake during spring/summer months by perhaps putting up an electric fence. The excess grass growing on the other side of the fence could then be cut for hay for winter feed. If you wish to save the grass, ensure you employ the services of a local farmer or contractor to do the work for you if you do not have the ‘gear’ to do it yourself. Also bear in mind that grass cut for hay needs to be left on the ground for at least a week in the sun and ‘turned’ to dry out. Remember also that when your grass is cut, you are not the only one in your area trying to save hay or silage, and your friendly farmer may be off doing his own harvest and you could be put to the back of the queue! 9) The restriction of fast growing grass in the spring as outlined above can cause a problem known as ‘laminitis’ chiefly to ponies but also horses. This is a disease affecting the hooves which will be known by horse owners. This is the reason you occasionally see a horse kept on a small area of grass field which to the untrained eye looks to be ‘bare’. 10) Vet. If you keep horses/ponies, you will need access to a good equine vet. Make enquires of your local veterinary practice and ask your friends who keep horses. 11) Likewise, your horse will require ‘shoes’ so you need to acquaint yourself with a good local farrier. 12) Insurance. The minimum required is ‘Third Party’ insurance in case your horse escapes and causes damage, a car crash or whatever, or is let out of the field by someone unknown to you. Check with your house insurer first and then a specialist Insurance Broker. 13) Where? Where are these properties to be found? – Watch the local press for advertisements and contact your local land agent who usually knows, or hears what is coming onto the market in the local area.

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Most of the previous points apply whether you own or rent a field. If you rent, this is cheaper and costs in the region of £10 per head per week. Stabling could be more. Livery where the owner of the horse does all the work i.e. Puts the horse out to field in the morning, cleans the stable and brings it back in the evening (called DIY livery) costs more, and where the owner of the property does all the work this costs even more again. Watch for VAT @ 20% on top which could add even more. The above is a general view only and is intended as a guide for prospective vendors and purchasers. It does not go into the detail for specialist breeders, race horse owners and the like. In the meantime, enjoy your horse or pony, but remember that it is like a member of the family requiring your attention at all times.

most importantly, get good advice from your Accountant and keep in touch with your agent. This article was provided by: Mr Ivor Mann, FRICS, FAAV, of John Coad & Son, Helston, a Chartered Surveyor, Valuer and Land Agent, who has practised in the area for over 30 years advising smallholders and landowners with regard all aspects of land including Valuations, Planning Applications, Single Farm Payment, Taxation & all Rural Matters. For assistance he can be contacted on 01326-572661, contact@johncoad.co.uk, www.johncoad.co.uk.

If you are a vendor of property, whether for horses or just a house, always make sure that you present it to the prospective purchaser at a time of year when it looks its best. If the house is your main residence, the value of the house is exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT) but any farmland and buildings could be liable to CGT after a personal annual allowance of approximately £10,000. Therefore, if twenty years ago you purchased a five acre field for say £10,000 and now sell it for say £60,000 there is a gain of £50,000, less your personal allowance of £10,000 means very simply, that you have to pay Capital Gains Tax on £40,000. This could be quite a sum, so

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01-Jun-14

One day event  9am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

08-Jun-14

One day event

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Threewaters riding club twrc.co.uk

09-Jun-14

racecOurSe meeting

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

14-Jun-14

team QueSt dreSSage cOmpetitiOn

VENUE: CONTACT:

Duchy College Penny Borlase: 01579 372210 or email: equine.events@duchy.ac.uk

14-Jun-14

ShOwJumping variOuS claSSeS 9am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

15-Jun-14

annual brOnze medal ShOw

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chard Showground, Chard equestrian, higher purtington, Chard, Somerset TA18 8QY Southern western association of the welsh pony and cob society Mrs A Brown, Crossways Farm, Higher Wrangwaya, Wellington, Somerset TA21 9QH

15-Jun-14

Open hunter trial 9am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

16-Jun-14

racecOurSe meeting

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

21-Jun-14

ShOwJumping variOuS claSSeS 9am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

21-Jun-14

bOcOnnOc park ride

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Endurance GB – South West Jo Claridge: 01208 821328

22-Jun-14

dreSSage

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Nance Cottage, St Ives Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

22-Jun-14

bOcOnnOc park ride

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Endurance GB – South West Jo Claridge: 01208 821328

22-Jun-14

Open pOint ShOw 9am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

24-Jun-14

racecOurSe meeting (evening)

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

24-Jun-14

Open dreSSage/ShOw Jumping 6pm

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

28-Jun-14

hunter trial

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.duchy.ac.uk

see Facebook page

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

see Facebook page

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newquayridingclub.com Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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29-Jun-14

ANNUAL BREED SHOW 

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Royal Cornwall Show Ground, Wadebridge Native Pony Association of Cornwall Mark Cosgrove: 01736 362906

ST MORWENNA’S RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Endurance GB – South West Joy Savage: 01288 331481

29-Jun-14

MIDLAND FESTIVAL 

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Arab horse society www.arabhorsesociety.com

05-Jul-14 

ONE DAY EVENT

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Western Hunt Pony Club Helen: whpcsec@mail.com

06-Jul-14

OPEN SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

07-Jul-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

07-Jul-14

SOUTH WEST BICTON 

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Arab horse society Fiona Hosking: 01326 221539

09-Jul-14

OPEN EVENING SHOWJUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

13-Jul-14

ANNUAL BREED SHOW - ENTRIES CLOSE 13TH JUNE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Royal Cornwall Showground Arab Horse Society Cornish Region Fiona Hosking: 01326 221539

13-Jul-14

INTER-REGIONAL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Endurance GB – South West 01566 880029 or 07866 751968

13-Jul-14

OPEN DRESSAGE DAY/SHOW JUMPING 10AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

13-Jul-14

DRESSAGE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

13-Jul-14

ANNUAL BREED SHOW - ENTRIES CLOSE 13TH JUNE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Royal Cornwall Showground Arab Horse Society Cornish Region Fiona Hosking: 01326 221539

14-Jul-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

14-Jul-14

INTER-REGIONAL TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Endurance GB – South West 01566 880029 or 07866 751968

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

JULY

29-Jun-14

www.newquayridingclub.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.arabhorsesociety.com

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

www.arabhorsesociety.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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14-Jul-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

19-Jul-14

ONE DAY AGRICULTURAL SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Near Coombe, camborne, cornwall, TR27 5EF Camborne Show Kevin: 01209 610861 or email: info@camborne-show.org.uk

20-Jul-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

20-Jul-14

OPEN ANNUAL SHOW/DOG SHOW 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

20-Jul-14

SUMMER SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Landowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Equestrian Club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

22-Jul-14

OPEN DRESSAGE/ SHOW JUMPING 6PM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

23-Jul-14

OPEN DERBY EVENING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

24-Jul-14  - 26-Jul-14 VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS MALVERN

See website Arab horse society Fiona Hosking: 01326 221539

PENPONT RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Tresmeake Farm, Altarnun, Cornwall,PL15 7SL Endurance GB – South West 01566 880029 or 07866 751968

01-Aug-14

MINI, MIDI, MAXI & SUPER MAXI SHOW JUMPING 5PM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Landowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Equestrian Club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

03-Aug-14

OPEN HUNTER TRIAL 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

08-Aug-14

ADULY GYMKHANA 6PM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

09-Aug-14

SHOWJUMPING VARIOUS CLASSES 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

10-Aug-14

PENZANCE HORSE SHOW 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Kenegie Farm, Gulval, Penzance, TR20 8YN Penzance Horse Show Kerry Blewett-Harris: 01736 601456 / 07795411864

10-Aug-14

POLGODA OPEN SHOW

CLUB: CONTACT:

Polgoda 01872 540434

www.arabhorsesociety.com

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

AUGUST

27-Jul-14

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

See Facebook page

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10-Aug-14

One dAy event

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

10-Aug-14

nOrthern ArAbiAn hOrse

VENUE: CLUB:

See website Arab horse society

13-Aug-14

rAcecOurse meeting

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

13-Aug-14

cAmelfOrd AgriculturAl shOw

VENUE: CONTACT:

Halwill Barton near Camelford Ann Hayne: 01840 261236 

13-Aug-14

Open shOwjumping And dressAge event

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

16-Aug-14

shOwjumping vAriOus clAsses 9Am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Gwealavellan Farm, Camborne Cornish Showjumping Club Mick Murrish: 07821720836 or email: mundybay@sky.com

17-Aug-14

Open pint shOw 9Am

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

19-Aug-14

Open dressAge/shOw jumping 6pm

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

20-Aug-14

Open shOwjumping And gymkhAnA evening

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

21-Aug-14

rAcecOurse meeting (evening)

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

24-Aug-14

dressAge

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Landowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Equestrian Club Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

25-Aug-14  

st mAwgAn hOrse shOw & gymkhAnA

VENUE: CLUB:

Bre Pen Farm, Mawgan Porth St Mawgan

30-Aug-14

hOrse shOw

VENUE: CONTACT:

St Stephen, Brannell 01726 822648

30-Aug-14

rAcecOurse meeting

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

30-Aug-14

cOmbined trAining withthreewAters riding club

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

30-Aug-14

cOmbined trAining withthreewAters riding club

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

See Facebook page

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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Inspired Equine Services Providing high quality barefoot hoofcare and hoofcare education is the simple philosophy behind Cornish company Inspired Equine Services. Set up by Tim Barnett, a qualified equine podiatrist, the Haylebased business provides expert trimming care and advice for barefoot horses, and has even managed to save the lives of some animals. Tim explained: “I took on Chester aged six in 2008 as a last chance to save him. He was bred as a racehorse but found his calling in three-day eventing. “Unfortunately whilst jumping Chester sustained severe rotation to his front pedal bones – an injury which usually results in a horse being destroyed. “Removing his shoes we set about clearing infection and restoring health to the feet through the methodology of Applied Equine Podiatry (an alternative to traditional shoes). “Through understanding the role of individual structures of the foot and how they work together we were able to bring balance and health to the feet to enable healing and Chester to return to light work within two months, despite two vets and two traditional farriers declaring him beyond recovery and signing papers for him to be destroyed. “Today Chester is enjoying hacking many hours a week barefoot, sound, and very much alive.”

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31-Aug-14

OPEN HUNTER TRIAN 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

31-Aug-14

TRECROWAN LIVERY CLUB OPEN SHOW (SHOW JUMPING, CLEAR ROUND, NOVELTY DOG CLASSES)

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Trescrowan Farm, Bone Valley, Heamoor, Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8UJ Trescrowan Livery Club 07855 777518

31-Aug-14

LATE SUMMER WPCS BRONZE ROSETTE & M&M SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

The Royal Cornwall showground, Wadbridge, Southern Western Association of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society Mr I Furniss, Brenn-golow, Carnkie, Wendrow, helston, Cornwall, TR13 0DN

31-Aug-14

OPEN SHOWJUMPING AND CROSS COUNTRY

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park, nr Zelah Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

03-Sep-14

OPEN EVENING SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Killiserth Farm, Trispen Newquay Riding club Bev: 07592753158 or Sam: 07810735908

06-Sep-14

HORSE SHOW (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

VENUE: CONTACT:

Coombe Playing Field 01726 883943

06-Sep-14

LADOCK ONE DAY EVENT

CLUB: CONTACT:

Four Burrow Hunt Supporters Club Mrs S Barnicoat: 01872 865946

07-Sep-14

OPEN POINTS SHOW 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

08-Sep-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

09-Sep-14

OPEN DRESSAGE/SHOW JUMPING 6PM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates  Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

14-Sep-14

SHOW JUMPING AND CROSS COUNTRY

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chyverton Park Western Hunt Pony Club Helen: whpcsec@mail.com

14-Sep-14

HOLNE PLEASURE RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

See website Endurance GB – South West Shirley Mudge

14-Sep-14

WELSH SHOW, SOUTH WEST, WELSH CHAMPION OF THE YEAR AND YOUNG HANDLER OF THE YEAR

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

New Hall equestrian centre, broadclyst, Devon, EX5 3LW Southern Western Association of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society Mrs N McGuire Rockhill house, kenton, Exeter, Devon EX6 8LG

15-Sep-14

HUNTER TRIALS Four Burrow Hunt Supporters Club

19-Sep-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

21-Sep-14

AUTUMN HORSE SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

www.newquayridingclub.com

SEPTEMBER

CLUB:

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newquayridingclub.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

www.newtonabbotracing.com

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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See website Endurance GB – South West Jan Kane: 01208 852101 or email: jan.kane123@hotmail.co.uk

21-Sep-14

CHARITY DRESSAGE SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth, Grampound Road Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

28-Sep-14

DRESSAGE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Nance Cottage, St Ives Cornwall Dressage Group Sally Stevenson: 01208 831756 or email: sstevenson721@btinternet.com

29-Sep-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

05-Oct-14

OPEN HUNTER TRIAL

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Scorrier Estates Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

10-Oct-14

RACECOURSE MEETING

VENUE: CONTACT:

Newton Abbot Race Course 01626 353235

13-Oct-14

MOORLAND FUN RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Colquite Estate, Bodmin Camel Valley Riding Club Sally: 07891 356614

26-Oct-14

HALLOWEEN SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Lawndowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Riding Centre Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

26-Oct-14

HALLOWEEN SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Lawndowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Riding Centre Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

16-Nov-14

FOWL SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

16-Nov-14

WPCS BRONZE ROSETTE, FOAL TO ADULT

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Stretcholt Equestrian centre Southern Western Association of the Welsh Pony and Cob Society Mrs J Pring, Ladymead, Nothwick Road, Mark, Somerset TA9 4PG

23-Nov-14

CHRISTMAS SHOW JUMPING

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Lawndowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell bay Riding Centre Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

14-Dec-14

CHRISTMAS SHOW 9AM

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Coleraine Equestrian Centre Gwennap Riding Club Lynne: 07883579169

14-Dec-14

DRESSAGE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Resparveth Riding Centre, Lawndowns Farm, Grampound Rd St Austell Bay Riding Centre Michelle Hartley: 07766662039 or email: mobhartley@aol.com

28-Dec-14

CHRISTMAS SHOW

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

Chiverton Indoor Arena Native Pony Association of Cornwall Jane Sampson: 01209 862734

http://endurancegbsouthwest.com/2014_Rides_and_Events_.html

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.newtonabbotracing.com

www.camelvalleyridingclub.com

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

www.gwennapridingclub.tumblr.com

www.staustellbayequestrianclub.com

NOVEMBER DECEMBER

CAMELFORD RIDE

VENUE: CLUB: CONTACT:

OCTOBER

21-Sep-14

Disclaimer: Listings correct at the time of going to press, based on information supplied.

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