A fabulous day for Wheelton dressage riders, starting off with our lead rein riders – Charlotte came 1st and Edward joint 3rd! Next was the turn of Mia who rode rode a lovely dressage to come 2nd (Just 1 mark behind first place!) Millie rode in the Grassroots competition and came 7th just missing out on the placings in the biggest class of the day, well done on your first test representing Wheelton. Next was
Today Wheelton dressage riders started the winter league competition in fine form:Charlotte and Edward rode in the lead rein walk & trot both scored very high marks, Charlotte won and Edward 4th!Next was the turn of Mia who rode a lovely test to win the walk & trot!Well done to our younger members, I enjoyed watching you compete.Next was the turn of Catelyn who competed in the largest class of the day, the Grassroots. Catelyn
Well done to our fabulous dressage team who competed at the Championships today. First time for both Elizabeth and Rachel, Charlotte and Nicola both on young horses in arena’ s with flowers, passers by etc, together they came 26th out of 36 teams! Very proud of you all and look forward to the winter competitions🤩Thank you to all the parents, families and owners for your support today.xx
Well done to our teams who competed today in the area dressage at Bold Heath in very warm conditions.Firstly we had two teams competing in the Intermediate class : Alice, Alice, Alex, Beck, Rhiannon, Trinity and Vicky all rode good tests, Trinity came 4th and Alice M 5th in their arenas!Next was the turn of our Novice team who were all placed in their separate arenas, Charlotte 3rd; Rachel 4th, Nicola and Elizabeth 5th which
3rd MarchWell done to the Paul’s farm riders who attended the flatwork lesson today and thank you to Marie for teaching.Happy birthday to Jessica, hope you enjoyed the lesson. Hopefully we have seen the end of this wintry weather and will be posting more flatwork/dressage training very soon.