Two day eventing clinic up to novice level
with Jane Holderness-Roddam CBE, LVO
Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 February 2018
This clinic is designed for people and their horses who aim to compete up to Novice Level in the 2018 Eventing Season.
Learn how to improve your Flatwork and increase confidence over poles.
Gain some useful tips on how to maximise your marks.
One day and Two day options available and participants will be grouped according to ability. Participant and Spectator numbers are limited and entry by pre-paid ticket only.
Stabling available for an extra charge
- 'Hel’s Kitchen’ on site for hot and cold food.
- One Day Clinic - £60. Two day Clinic - £100. Spectators £15.
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Jane Holderness-Roddam CBE LVO
Jane was the first British woman to compete in the three-day event at the Olympics. She was in the gold medal winning team in Mexico in 1968 riding Our Nobby who was only 15hh. She won Badminton twice, once on Our Nobby in 1968 and again on Warrior in 1978. She won Burghley in 1976 and the team Gold Medal at the European Championships in 1977 both on Warrior. All this was whilst working as an SRN at the Middlesex Hospital.
Following her retirement from competing in the mid-90s, Jane remained involved as Chairman of British Eventing from 1999-2004. She has ridden, judged and taught around the world, and has mentored many internationally successful event riders from this country and abroad.