Amazing Results! British Riding Clubs National Championships, Lincoln - 2nd-3rd September, 2017.
Bath Riding Club members had an amazing weekend of fun and success at the Nationals this year - well done, people and ponies!
The Seniors had multiple triumphs on the Saturday:
The Senior 100 SJ team finished 6th!
Congratulations, Amanda Taylor, Sally Gaden, Jill Holt, and Gemma Pearce.
The Senior Open Dressage team also came 6th!
Hurrah, Zoe Symes, Tania Symes, Jill Holt, and Stacey Martin.
The Senior Prelim Dressage team came 10th!
Well done, Janet Border, Janet Knight, Gemma Pearce, and Rachel Rosser.
Some fantastic individual placings including:
Sally Gaden: 2nd Style Jumping
Janet Border: 3rd Prelim Dressage
Gemma Pearce: 5th Prelim Dressage
Stacey Martin: 2nd Riding Test
Stacey Martin: 6th Novice Dressage
Jill Holt: 5th Novice Dressage
Tania Symes: 7th Novice Dressage
Zoe Symes: 4th Elementary Dressage
The Juniors continued a sash-winning streak for Bath on the Sunday:
The Junior teams came 3rd in the Junior Dressage and 5th in the Junior Riding Test. Fantastic news!
Again, a whole array of fabulous individual placings were achieved:
Hannah Gee: 5th Prelim Dressage
Katie Hughes: 9th Prelim Dressage
Maisie Arnold: 1st Novice Dressage
Alanna Stanley: 5th Riding Test
Katie Hughes: 8th Riding Test
Maisie Arnold: 4th Riding Test
Well done to all of our team riders and horses - what amazing results!
Teams - Amazing Results!
Festival of the Horse Championships, 20th and 21st May
Great results from the junior combined training team at the championships. The team, consisting of Katie Hughes, Minty Mayhew, Christie Antoniou and Kayleigh Isaacs, finished 10th. Huge congratulations to Minty Mayhew, who finished in 1st place, taking the British Riding Clubs championship title.
The seniors also did a fab job in the Eventers' Challenge with lots of double clears.
Well done to all who competed!
Congratulations to Jill Holt on winning her section at the Festival of the Horse senior combined training. Congratulations also to Gemma Pearce for coming 10th in her senior section. Along with Janet Border and Lorraine Antoniou, the senior team came 9th overall.
Area 9 Dressage to Music Qualifier, 4th June
Another successful day for Team Bath RC at the dressage to music qualifier! All were placed in their respective classes: Georgina Bryce - 1st (qualified), Jenny Watkins - 4th, Chantelle Bucknell - 5th and Kim Walker - 2nd.
Area 9 Horse Trials Qualifier, 2nd July
An extremely successful day once again for Team Bath at West Wilts! We are Area Champions in every single class we entered! Amazing results - we simply are the best! We are so proud of all our horses, riders and teams riding under the Bath Riding Club name - you are all awesome!
Junior 90 Team - Winners!
Christie Antoniou, Gemma Holdway, Minty Mayhew, and Kaytlyn Hughes
Senior 100 Team - Winners!
Amanda Taylor, Alice Tollworthy, Poppy Wilkinson, and Jill Holt
Senior 90 Team - Winners!
Rebecca Bailey, Gemma Pearce, Sally Gaden, and Emily Miller
(Our other Senior 90 team of Stacey Martin, Janet Border, Alexis Symes, and Jill Holt came 4th, so well done to them as well!)
Senior 80 Team - Winners!
Zoe Symes, Georgina Bryce, Hannah Barnes, and Lorraine Antoniou
Good luck to all of our winning teams heading to the Championships in August!
Area 9 Team Showjumping Qualifier, 16th July
Another success for Team Bath at Leyland Court!
Senior style jumping - Winners! And off to the Championships! 100 Senior Team first, with individual 1st to Mandy Taylor, 2nd to Jill Holt and 4th to Amber Ransome. Well done, all!
British Riding Clubs Horse Trials National Championships, 5-6th August
Team Bath started off well at the Championships with a team 5th for the Senior 80 team on Saturday, consisting of Zoe Symes (Individual 2nd), Georgina Bryce, Annette Sawyer and Hannah Barnes.
The success continued over the weekend, with the Senior 100 team placed 3rd on Sunday. Congratulations to Jill Holt (Individual 2nd), Alice Tollworthy (Individual 2nd), Amanda Taylor, and Poppy Wilkinson (Individual 9th).
The weekend concluded with another great result - the Junior 90 team placing 8th overall. Well done to team members Christie Antoniou (Individual 6th), Kaytlyn Hughes, Gemma Holdway, and Minty Mayhew!
More championships are coming up, and we will let you know how our teams perform - watch this space!
RoR Area 9 Qualifier information
Dear Area 9 Members, Please find attached information about the Retraining of Racehorses Area 9 Riding Club Challenge (RoR Area 9 RCC). The aim of the Challenge is to encourage ex racehorse owners to register their horse with the RoR, get involved with their local Riding Clubs, and to provide an extra incentive to compete with their horses at Riding Club level.
The RoR Riding Club Challenge is a relatively new initiative, designed to attract and promote ex racehorses competing at Riding Club level. The Challenge has already been taken up by 25 individual Riding Clubs around the country with more signing up each week, and is also run by at area level by Area 4. Area 9 will be the second Area to take up the Challenge, and it is designed to run in parallel to the already existing Area 9 competition season.
The RoR Area 9 RCC will be two-fold:
1) An RoR Area 9 RCC Rosette awarded to the best performing ex racehorse in each section of Area 9 competitions.
2) Points will be awarded based on performance and accumulated towards the RoR Area 9 RCC Performance trophy.
How to get involved:
1) Register your horse with RoR. This is FREE and details are at www.ror.org.uk. You will be given an individual RoR number for your horse, and this is required to participate in the Challenge.
2) Send your details (Name and contact details, Horse’s registered name and RoR number and your Riding Club) to the Area 9 RoR co-ordinator. firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Notify the Area 9 RoR co-ordinator of any Area 9 competition entries prior to the event.
RoR Area 9 RCC is open to ALL Ex Racehorses - All participating horses are to be registered with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) and be assigned an RoR number. Please note - horses do NOT have to have raced in GB to be eligible to compete in the Riding Club Challenge. Any ex racehorse regardless of racing background will be given a registration number by the RoR in order to compete in Riding Club events. Details of how to register a horse may be found at: www.ror.org.uk
I hope you like the idea of the Challenge, and look forward to working with your Riding Clubs to offer RoR prizes to your members competing at Area competitions. If you have any comments or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact me. If your Riding Club would be interested in also running the RoR Challenge on an individual Club level, please contact Pippa Boyle at email@example.com
• All participating horses are to be registered with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) and be assigned an RoR number. Please note - horses do NOT have to have raced in GB to be eligible to compete in the Riding Club Challenge. Any ex racehorse regardless of racing background will be given a registration number by the RoR in order to compete in Riding Club events. Details of how to register a horse may be found at: www.ror.org.uk
• All participating horses must be notified to the Area 9 RoR co-ordinator. Their Registered name and RoR number will be held by Area 9 in order to run the Riding Club Challenge.
• Notification of competition entries of RoR horses must be made to the Area 9 RoR co-ordinator prior to each event. Competition results will then be monitored to allow Challenge Rosettes and points to be awarded accordingly.
• The Area 9 RoR Riding Club Challenge will run in parallel to the already existing Area 9 events. Points will be allocated from participation at Area 9 events only.
• Points are awarded as follows:
11 points for 1st place decreasing to 2 points for 10th place
11th place or below will be allocated 1 point
Elimination = 0 points
The points are given for the respective placing within the entire section, including all non-RoR entries.
• An RoR Area 9 Challenge Rosette will be awarded to the best placed participating horse in each section of the event. We will endeavor to announce the winners of the Challenge Rosettes on the day, however if this is not possible then the winners will be announced as soon as possible after the event and the Rosettes posted to the winners.
• Points will be accumulated towards the Area 9 Performance trophy to be awarded at the end of the season. For the 2015 season there will be a single trophy incorporating both Junior and Senior competitors.
• Points may be backdated for any Area 9 events already completed this season. The horse must be registered with RoR and hold an RoR number, and their details notified to the Area 9 RoR co-ordinator along with details of any qualifying results.