West Sussex Riding Club

Welcome to the West Sussex Riding Club


The committee appologise for the lack of access to this website at the moment but we are in the process of updating the site and hope to have full access in the near future thank you for you patience .


The West Sussex Riding Club(WSRC) is associated to the British Riding Clubs and provides an ideal place for horse riders in the West Sussex area to further their training, compete regularly and enjoy their riding.  The club has been established for a long time and has a variety of members from different backgrounds from single horse owners to professional riders. WSRC offers many events throughout the year in all sorts of disciplines such as cross country, show jumping and dressage, as well as our annual show. There are both senior and junior sections which can compete to qualify for the annual championships – from Club, Area and National levels.

Please keep checking back to be kept up-to-date with all of the WSRC happenings such as information on all disciplines, competitions, results, training information and the latest news from the Club. Please check out the events page: new dates and events are continually being added.

If you wish to become a member please complete our pdfmembership form.

We look forward to welcoming you





 
AREA DRESSAGE TRAINING

Area Dressage Training with Yvonne Huber

How to Improve Your Dressage Test and Gain a Few Extra Marks

Sunday, 23rd November 2014 at Brinsbury College

Only 2 riders per session - £20.00 per rider per session

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SUSSEX HORSE WATCH

SUSSEX HORSE WATCH

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A SAFE HOME FOR RESCUED HORSES

12th September 2014

"This morning I attended a meeting at Sussex Police HQ to discuss various subjects, one was a topic that I know is very close to many members hearts, stray/abandoned horses, horses tethered on the highway/public grounds. Sussex Police are working together with Surrey Police to devise a scheme whereby such horses are collected and placed in "A Safe Home". When a horse is found and the owner cannot be traced, the horse/pony/donkey would be collected and taken to a secret safe home and a notice would be posted where the equine has been collected from stating that if the owner wants their animal back they must produce proof of ownership in the form of an up to date passport. If this cannot be produced within 49 days then the animal will be sold (usually at auction)."

"I am looking for are land owners who would be prepared to look after these horse/pony/donkeys. It is vital that these people keep the fact secret that they from time to time look after rescued equines. If you feel that you have somewhere to accommodate one of these horses please let me know and I will pass it on to the powers that be. Please do not tell anyone else that you have put yourself forward."
"As far as I am aware this task will be carried out on on voluntary basis, but I would suspect that if say vets fees become payable these could paid out of any monies that these poor animals fetch when sold."
Phillip Ball

 

STOLEN JUMP 4 JOY JUMPSTANDS

Approximately 10 sets of assorted coloured Jump 4 Joy, jump stands, uprights and wings all including the jump cups have been stolen from a field at Mayfield Girls School. These were marked with an indelible pen with the word "Mayfield" but it could have worn off by now. No poles were stolen. Have they been stolen to use at an event that is coming up within the next few weeks. 

If you are attending any shows in the near future please keep a look out, or indeed if you are offered any on the cheap please contact Sussex Police on the non emergency number 101 and quote Crime Reference 0549 of 07/09/2014.

  

STOLEN IFOR WILLIAMS TRAILER

Overnight Sunday/Monday (31st August - 1st September) a black Ifor Williams 505 trailer (old style) was stolen from a yard in South Lane, Woodmancote, West Sussex.

We do not have a serial number for it but it has several identifiable things about it:

  1. Its wheels are painted white instead of the standard silver.
  2. It has a silver spare wheel cover
  3. The rear has, instead of plastic covered chains, straps made of leg strap material.
  4. The interior has been painted orange in colour.

Below  are a couple of photographs that will give you some idea of what we are looking for.

Black Ifor Williams 505 Trailer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have any information on this, please call Sussex Police on the Non Emergency Number of 101 and quote Crime Reference number 0260 of 02/09/2014. Please let me know as well.

 

What a lot of Ifor Williams owners are not aware of is that if you go onto the Ifor Williams website you can report your trailer stolen, but you must have the serial number of the trailer, they will then register your trailer stolen on their computer. Then if anyone orders spares for it they know it is stolen.

 
DRESSAGE PHOTOS 24/6/14

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