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Tivyside RC Family Show Sunday 19th May 2019 at Penparc Cardigan. Schedule



Winter League show at Starlight 17th March

Although it was a chilly day, there was a warm welcome at the March Winter League show.

Judge John Fletcher had some lovely horses forwards in the showing classes and he had much deliberating to do.

Lessy Morely wth her gorgeous Sec A Munchkin stole 2 classes with Danielle Fenrich and Becca taking the part bred class.

In the dressage classes Lessey once again took the honours in the Junior Section with Wendy Roberts and Mini…who was anything but…taking the Senior Section.

In the Prelim 2 Tracy Maczka and Jilly’s Golden Charm took the top slot with the highest percentage of the day …a whopping 73.62%.

Prelim 7 was claimed by Danielle Fenrich and Becca.

The Novice winner was Rianne Futlon and Cav who also took home the ROR rosette.

Big thanks to Team Starlight for their wonderfully presented indoor school, to Judges John Fletcher, Ginni Gristwood and Alison Dowling, Stewards Judith Allen, Sue Scott and Petra James, writers Muriel Gill and Sarah Lewis, scorers Chia and Petra James and Muriel Gill and refreshments and cake maker Jane Griffiths.

Showing

Pure Bred

1st Lessy Morley & Munchkin - (pictured above)

Part Bred

1st Danielle Fenrich & Becca TRC

2nd Amy Humfrey & Queen of Colours                  

3rd Christine Selby & Diamond Lady

4th Tracy Maczka & Jilly's Golden Charm

5th Judith Wainwright & Blodwyn Y Pasg

6th Judith Wainwright & Lily

RC/PC horse/pony

1st Lessy Morley & Munchkin

2nd Tracy Maczka & Jilly's Golden Charm TRC

3rd Christine Selby & Diamond Lady

4th Sophia Howell Williams &  Ozzy

 Dressage

Intro Junior A

1st Lessy Morley & Munchkin

2nd Ruth Maczka & Malibu     

3rd  Sophia Howell Williams & Ozzy

Intro Senior A

1st  Wendy Roberts  &  Mini  TRC

2nd  Lilwen Joynson  & Brynllywelyn

3rd  Linda Fox &  Tilly

4th Dee Sillet & Cashel

5th Amy Humfrey & Queen of Colours                  

Prelim 2

1st Tracy Maczka & Jilly's Golden Charm TRC

2nd Maggie Howell & Henrich

3rd = Danielle Fenrich & Becca/Netty Jukes & Meg

5th  Lilwen Joynson  & Brynllywelyn

Prelim 7

1st Danielle Fenrich & Becca TRC

2nd Tracy Maczka & Jilly's Golden Charm

3rd Maggie Howell & Henrich

4th Wendy Roberts  &  Betty

5th Rianne Fulton& Cav

6th Louise Harries & Nala

Novice 24

1st Rianne Fulton& Cav ROR points total winner TRC

2nd Louise Harries & Nala

3rd Wendy Roberts  &  Betty

4th Netty Jukes & Meg

Daniell Fenrich & Becca showing and Dressage winners

EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS FOR STARLIGHT SHOWS
To clarify the information regarding vaccination required by Starlight Riding Centre, the venue for the next TRC Winter League Show on March 
17th, 2019, please note the following points:
*All horses and ponies must be correctly Vaccinated against Equine Influenza.
*The last booster must have been given in the last six months.
*No booster to have been given within seven days of the show. 

Horses may compete after completing the initial two injections of a new course provided the second injection was given two weeks before the show. 
Competitors must bring their horses passport with them to be checked before horses are unloaded. 
It is intended that the Winter League Show on 17th March will go ahead as planned unless the flu outbreak has drastically worsened. In this 
eventuallity, a decision will be made at TRC Committee Meeting on 12th March,2019. 
A further Winter League Show has been arranged on the 28th April, 2019 which now becomes the Championship Show with awards for Winter League 
given then. 

Please note: The British Equestrian Federation advises that all horse owners to ensure that their vaccination records are kept up to date. If 
it has been more than six months since last vaccination, they strongly
recommend discussing a booster with your vet.


 





BRC Area 21 FOTH Challenge qualifier 2019 at Beacons on the 24th March 2019

If you would like to be on a team or compete as an individual in the senior or junior FOTH Challenge please get in touch with your Chef Petra as soon as possible on 07977 210660.

In order to compete your horse MUST be correctly vaccinated against equine flu.

As a rider you will be asked to pay the entry fee which will be &18 for a team member or an individual.

 If you are unable to attend the competition once you have paid the Area fee, you will not be eligible for a refund unless another member takes your place.

 The Festival of the Horse Challenge (FOTH Challenge) is a test of the ability of a pony/horse and rider to negotiate a show jumping course together with a cross-country course.

BRC run six Challenge competitions for junior and senior riders:

Senior Challenge 80, Challenge 90 and Challenge 100 for teams of four riders, (the best three scores to count) and individuals.

Junior Challenge 80, Challenge 90 and Challenge 100 for teams of four riders, (the best three scores to count) and individuals.

Open Challenge 80, for individuals (senior or junior) with open eligibility.

For the 80 horses must not have any BE points nor may the rider have ridden at BRC or BE 100 competitions in the preceding calendar year.

For the 80 Open there are no restrictions on horse or rider.

 

For the 90 horses may have gained 1 BE point and for the 100 up to 20 BE points. Riders at this level must not have competed at FEI level in the preceding 5 years.

There is no limit on BS points in any of the competitions.

Please note that this competition will be run at Championships as SJ and XC and only for Area 21 qualifying purposes it will be run as Arena Eventing- minus the Joker fence.

Full rules in BRC Rulebook follow the link on www.area21brc.co.uk as well as to look at the schedule




Area 21 Combined Training qualifier at Pibwr Lwyd Saturday 6th April


If you would like to take part in the Combined Training please contact your Chef Muriel 07940488301.
Your horse MUST be correctly vaccinated for flu.
As a rider you will be asked to pay the entry fee which will be £25 for a team member or an individual.
If you are unable to attend the competition once you have paid the Area fee, you will not be eligible for a refund unless another member takes your place.

Combined Training consists of two phases, Dressage and Show Jumping and they must be taken in that order. The same horse and rider must complete both phases and elimination from one phase will result in elimination from the competition.

Seniors for teams of four with the best three scores to count and individuals. Two team members compete in the Prelim/75 section and two in the Novice/85 section.

Juniors for teams of four with the best three scores to count and individuals. Two team members to compete in the Prelim/75 section and two in the Novice/85 section.


Combined Training 75 - Dressage test BRC HT 90 (2013)
Unlimited Prelim Points, 0points at Novice or above
Horses may be registered with BE but must not have any BE points. Not to have been placed in the top six at BE 90 or to have completed a BE 100 or above in the current or previous calendar year at close of prelim entry


Combined Training 85 - Dressage test BRC HT 100 (2013)
Unlimited Novice Points, Up to 35 Elementary Points 0 points at Medium or above

 








***POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE RECENT EQUINE FLU OUTBREAK*** 12/02/2019

FEEDING TALK AND DEMONSTRATION ON SATURDAY 16TH FEBRUARY 2019

BY LUCY SWEETING OF SARACEN HORSE FEEDS

Talk is free to members with light refreshments available to buy.

 AT NETTY JUKES, Spencer Eca, Parcau Farm, Penrhiwllan, Llandysul  SA44 5NW

 Lucy is the representative for Saracen Horse Feed clients in South West England and South Wales.

 

Lucy has worked with event horses from grassroots to advanced level.  During this time she developed an interest in feeding performance horses.  She has successfully competed her own horse to BE Novice level and represented her local Riding Clubat the National Championships in Horse Trials and Dressage.

The plan for the day will be start at 10.30am with practical sessions about the importance of body  condition scoring and weigh taping.  The weighbridge will be used as a tool.  There will be 4 demonstration horses which will be a Cob, TBred, Young horse and a Veteran.  For each demonstration horse Lucy will advise how to devise a ration.

 

Members may  also bring along their own horse which she is willing to weigh and give ration advice if they so  wish. Should you be interested in bringing your own horse please let Muriel  know.

 

Light refreshments will be available  - Please come and support.

 

Directions

From Newcastle Emlyn take the A475 towards Lampeter  for 4.5 miles .

There will be a large white sandwich board with an arrow directing you to turn left, be ready to turn quite sharply to the left  and continue  past the garage and down the driveway.

From Horeb Cross roads which is where the A486 and the A475 cross one another at the top of the Llandysul bypass,  take the A475 towards Newcastle Emlyn for Approximately 2 miles. This will take you past the Daffodil Inn and Penrhiwllan village shop. Continue for another 800m and look for the sandwich board and arrow directing you to turn right. From this direction it is a gentle turn to the right. Continue past the garage and down the driveway,

Once again Tivyside Riding Club is organising a coach trip to the Mitsubishi Motors Grass Roots Championships held at Badminton Horse Trials on Wednesday 1st May 2019

The 35 seater coach will be leaving Rees Coaches of Crymych at 6am and the cost of the coach will be £20.00 per person and open to anyone who would like to go.                         No entrance tickets will be bought in advance this year so each  person will need to pay an entrance fee at Badminton on arrival.

To secure your place please send your cheque made payable to Tivyside Riding Club to Muriel Gill, Glyncoed, Penybryn, Cardigan, Pembs SA43 2RX  by Wednesday 24th of April 2019.

NO PLACE WILL BE SECURED WITHOUT PAYMENT