Norland Show 2016 43rd Annual Horse Show
Sunday 29th May 2015
Shaw Lane Fields, Norland,
*** Qualifiers for The Veteran Horse Society Championships***
*** Qualifiers for The Equifest Showing Show ***
In hand and ridden classes including:
Mountain & Moorland, Coloured, Arabs, Youngstock, Working Hunter, Ridden Hunter, Equitation and more.
Champion and Reserve from each section to compete.
Sash for Supreme Champion and Reserve Champion
ENTRIES ON THE DAY OR ON HORSE MONKEY
Advanced Entries via Horse monkey: Fun classes £4.00 / other classes £7.00 / first aid £2
ENTRIES ON THE DAY: Members £7.00 & Non Members £8.00 per class. Fun classes £5.00
Rosettes 1st to 4th place in all classes, annual trophy to class winners
****MANY THANKS TO ALL OUR SPONSORS****
www.hirdandpartners.com - Main show sponsor
Dressage, Flatwork and Polework Clinics
We've got lots of lessons going on this spring to help members prepare for he forthcoming competition season.
Discounts are available for members and payment will be required in advance of all lessons.
All can be booked via www.horsemonkey.com
Ashley Ward Clinics
Bex Starling has organised some flatwork/dressage lessons with Ashley Ward at Ashley's yard in Todmorden on the following dates:
Members £25, non-members £30
Kath Pinington Flatwork/Polework Lessons
Kath will be offering lessons at Binns Lane Farm, Glusburn nr Keighley on the following dates:
Leaving Mytholmroyd Community Centre (plenty of parking here) 9.30 to 10 am. 2.5 to 3 hour ride, includes some good cantering and some work on quiet roads, may include a pub stop if you wish. Refreshments on return.
Show Jumping Lessons Richard Barton
Cher has organised further clinics with Richard Barton for Summer 2016. Latest dates are:
- 11th August (from 4pm)
These will again be held at Richard's Yard in Wilsden. Richard will teach at all levels from poles to top of the wings and we have had some very good feedback from club members and friends who have had lessons with Richard before. The lessons will be £20 or £30 for non-members.
British Riding Club Rules
Calderdale Saddle Club is affiliated to British Riding Clubs and as such we adhere to the rules in their rule book. The rule book is extensive and can be found on the British Riding Clubs website. Following are the codes of conduct which we ask anyone attending our events to be familiar with and conform to.