Rudgwick Riding Club Dressage & Clear Round Jumping (Going Ahead)

Show Date
Sat, Nov 30, 2024
Closing Date
Tue, Nov 26, 2024
Enter Online
Starting Times:

Times: Times available on the website on the Thursday prior to competition. Alternatively, please ring 07833686492 between 6.30 – 7.30pm
Clear Round Jumping will be running all morning from 9:30 to 12:30 Pay on day.

If you are unable to attend on the day, please text: 07833686492

Class 1
Introductory - Test A ( 2008) - Short    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:
Class 2
Preliminary - Test 7 (Rev 2016) ( 2002) - Short    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:
Class 3
Preliminary - Test 12 (Rev 2016) ( 2016) - Short    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:
Class 4
Pick A Test - PYO Short Arena    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:
BD Novice Test 28 or BD Elementary Test 49. Please state which test you will be doing in the NOTES section.

Show Secretary: Rudgwick Riding Club Show Secretary
W Sussex,

Brinsbury College, North Heath, Pulborough, W Sussex RH201DL
Map Link: Brinsbury College

Show Information

Open to non-members and all ages. Friendly, supportive environment.

Please indicate if a Junior on the entry form as all Juniors are judged in a separate category and rosettes awarded accordingly.

PLEASE DO NOT APPROACH THE RESIDENT YARD CAT. Like most yard cats, it is feral and is not used to being petted!  If you do, you do so at your own risk. 

Payment Details & Event Fees

Bookings in advance. Payment is secure and it goes directly to Rudgwick Riding Club.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.
No entries on the day. Late entries are at the secretary’s discretion and subject to space (extra £2 per class).

Entry Fees: Dressage: £12 Rudgwick RC Members / £15 Non Members.
Clear round jumping at each event: £5 per round or £10 for 10 mins, full set of SJ’s, with fillers, that can be adjusted to your required height. Just turn up.

Prize Information

Rosettes to sixth place and points awarded for members, cumulating in prizes to be given out at the AGM.

Juniors awarded separate rosettes. Please indicate if the rider is a junior in the NOTES section of the entry form. 


  A small selection of sandwiches, cakes, chocolates, crisps, tea, coffee and soft drinks is available. Cash only. 

Terms & Conditions

Conditions of Entry The competition will be run using Riding Club rules.
1. The decision of the judges and stewards is final. 2. No claim can be entertained for anything that may happen to competitors, their property, servants, or horses in connection with, or arising out of this event. It shall be deemed a condition of entry that each entrant shall agree to indemnify the promoters against any legal action arising from such an incident. 3. No entry will be accepted unless accompanied by the correct fee. 4. The promoters reserve the right to refuse any entry without giving any reason whatsoever. 5. An objection to the result of any class may only be made by any owner, his authorized agent or rider of a horse competing in the event. Any such person must make his objection in writing to the Secretary within one hour of that objection and pay a £10 deposit, returnable within 7 days if the objection is upheld. 6. Correct riding attire must be worn by all competitors in line with RC rules. In particular, everyone mounted, whether a competitor or not, must wear a hat complying with BSEN 1384 or PAS015 with the harness properly adjusted and fastened, failure to do so will incur elimination. 7. No entry fee will be refunded unless a veterinary or medical certificate is produced not later than 4 days after the event. 8. The promoters reserve the right to cancel any class or the event at their discretion. Entry fees may be refunded less a small administration fee. 9. Horses and ponies must be 4 years old or over. 10. Non members are required to have third party insurance.

Rules and etiquette for competitions and warm up
• Please park sensibly and with consideration for others needing space around you • Do not leave horses tied to vehicles unattended • Clear up after yourself from any parking areas – this includes droppings • Only competitors entered for the day are allowed to be mounted. It is not permissible for someone else to warm up your horse for you. • Anyone mounted must have correct safety wear – hat, boots, jodhpurs • No lunging in warm up arenas or car park areas is allowed • Only tack permissible in your competition may be worn warming up. No draw reins, etc. • When warming up remember to pass left to left and give each other plenty of room, early enough to avoid interference. • If you are walking or standing still, you must use the inside track, only use the outside track for trot and canter work. • Do not practice centre lines – this will inevitably cause collisions with others riding circles or diagonal movements. • Your instructor may assist with your warm-up but it should be carried out in a quiet and unobtrusive manner. Not everyone wants to hear. • Be aware of your start time – a lot of competitions are self stewarding and it is your responsibility to present yourself at the arena on time. A clock is often provided in the warm up area. • On entering the arena give way to the previous competitor exiting and make your name or number known to the judge.

Please remove all your hay and droppings from Brinsbury as we will not be able to use it if it’s left messy!


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