A talented group of up-and-coming horse riders from Grovely Riding Centre, Salisbury will be representing Wiltshire in The British Horse Society National Riding Schools’ Championships at Warwickshire College, Moreton Morrell next Wednesday (3 April).
The unique competition, run by The British Horse Society, aims to encourage non-horse owners to ride and compete. Regional qualifiers are held at British Horse Society Approved Riding Centres across the UK with the top riders from each age group progressing forward to contest the national Championships.
Six riders from Grovely Riding Centre will be travelling to Warwickshire for the Finals. They are as follows:
13 years and under
17 Years and Under
The Championship, which comprises a dressage test, showjumping course and a set of equine related general knowledge questions has been available to young riders for a number of years, with many past winners going on to enjoy horse ownership or a career with horses. The adult class was added for the first time last year and has been especially well received.
Full results will be available on the BHS website www.bhs.org.uk (opens new window)
Lessons are available at Grovely Riding Centre, visit www.grovely.info (opens new window)