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Updates icon   2014 Membership and Events
We have events for March and April now up with some super new events for people to enjoy this year, have a look at the events page to find out what we have planned.

Dont forget your membership of £25 to be paid and a lesson had before you attend your first event of 2014.

Membership can be paid by cheque made payable to Sharon Brown and given to Sharon or posted to Marion Brown, Little Acre, Pitton Road, Pitton , Salisbury, Wilts SP5 1EG.


Posted on 22 Feb 2014 by Real Riders Club
Events icon   Dressage and freestyle competition On Sunday 9th March 2014 at 10.30am
This event takes place at Martins yard, Pitton hill, Pitton.

Show off your finest work freestyle and the Real Riders 2003 test which is on our face book page or we can post it out if needed.

Placings to 4th place for each display - 1st gains 10pt towards RR end of year cup, 2nd 8pts, 3rd 6pts and 4th 4pts - 1pt for attending this event.

This event is £25



Posted on 22 Feb 2014 by Real Riders Club
Events icon   Fun Ride on 15th March 2014 at 10.30am
This ride will start and finnish at Martins yard in Pitton.

A 3hr hack for us all to enjoy together with a pit stop at the Hook and Glove pub in Farley on the home run.

1pt gained toward end of year cup.

£20 (includes pub drink and nibble)



Posted on 22 Feb 2014 by Real Riders Club
Events icon   Fast Fun Ride on Sunday 16th March 2014 at 10.30am
This event will be starting and finnishing at Martins yard in Pitton.

A 3hr or less, depending on speed, hack for us all to enjoy together with a pit stop at the Hook and Glove pub in Farley on the home run.

1pt gained toward end of year cup.

£20 (includes pub drink and nibble)


Posted on 22 Feb 2014 by Real Riders Club
Events icon   Gridwork on Sunday 23rd March at 10.30am
The first half an hour to an hour is spent 'de-fizzing' horses and getting new horses and riders happily moving round together, getting horses and riders warmed up and in the zone!

The grid starts as poles on the ground, gently rising throughout the morning until each horse and rider has achieved enough to end on a good note. So, for at least an hour there's not a lot of testing jumping, just de-fizzing, revving up riders and getting horses to find their feet and think for themselves over poles.

There are variations of the gridwork sessions consisting of ‘Circletyne’ jumping and double grids.

1pt gained toward end of year cup.

This event is £25


Posted on 22 Feb 2014 by Real Riders Club

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