Old Berkeley Hunt Riding Club

Established 1948

Upcoming Competitions and Events

Open Evening Dressage Series - First Thursday of the Month (from May)

Click here for schedule
Click here for entry form
Click here for results
Please note, this event is very popular and is often over subscribed so please ensure to get your entries in well in advance to ensure a place.

 
Trail Ride - Ashridge Estate - Sat 4th July

Don’t miss the OBH Riding Club annual trail ride which welcomes members of all abilities. The ride is organised over a planned route across the beautiful Ashridge Estate. It is expected the ride will take around 1.5 hours covering approximately 10km - including a pub stop if desired. Start times will be allocated. £5 donation per vehicle is made to the National Trust directly for parking.

If you are interested in joining us please register interest with sophieburkwood@hotmail.com. 

 
Novice Horse Trials - Shire Lane - Sunday 30th August

Novice Horse Trials open to individuals and Area 6 London & South East Teams
Click here for schedule for individual riders
Click here for schedule for L&SE Teams (Team Managers only)
Click here for SJ and XC details

 

Recent News

Area 6 Dressage Qualifiers - Thame Showground - 17 June 2015

OBHRC had another great day at the office on Sunday 14th June at the Area 6 and L&SE dressage qualifiers with members representing the club from Prelim up to Medium level. There were many good individual and team performances with the highlights being team wins for the L&SE prelim team and the Open team and individual wins for Amy Kearney (Prelim) Sara-Jane Stillwell (Prelim and Medium) and Tamsin Morris (Elementary). There were also placings for Sally Symington (5th and 6th), Marion Wallbridge (2nd), Antonia Thoday (2nd), Janine Modder (5th) and Jillie Luff (2nd) and the BRC prelim team (5th). Well done everyone!

 
Festival of the Horse Combined Training Championships - 10 June 2015

It was an extremely competitive championship at Aston-Le-Walls. There were 27 teams put forward and OBH came 14th with Nikki Allen and Bannagh Eclipse having the most fantastic day with a 27.5 dressage and clear SJ. She went on to WIN her arena and then WON the overall prelim/75cm section!!She was also 4th overall out of the 152 people that competed - fantastic!

 
Area 6 Novice Show Jumping QualifiersArea 6 Novice Show Jumping Qualifiers - 12 May 2015

**HOT OFF THE PRESS** Congratulations to the Show Jumping team of Anka Taylor, Sally Symington, Tillie Stokes and Jillie Luff who won the Novice Area Show Jumping Qualifier at Wheatlands Farm on Sunday 10th May. After fierce competition including all members of the team having to jump-off, the win means they will be off to Lincoln for the National Championships in September. 

 

 
Intermediate Winter Dressage Championships - 12 May 2015

OBHRC qualified a team and one individual for this Championship, held on 2nd May at Bury Farm. The team of Chris Parrott, Charlotte Osmond, Charlotte Rollinson and Sara-Jane Stilwell were unfortunately not placed, however Sara-Jane and Zakynthos were placed 7th individually in the Elementary class.  Our individual rider, Marion Wallbridge on Nicholas Nickelby was also placed, ending up 4th in the Novice 28. Well done everyone!

 

Club clothing

Contact Louise Atkins on 07855 362595. Click here for details. Click here for order form.

 

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OBH is an Affiliated Riding Club



The OBH Riding Club was started in 1948 by members of the Old Berkeley Hunt who wanted to ride together in the summer. Colonel Phipps was a founding member and we still award the Phipps trophy, a very beautiful, mounted hunting horn, to the member accruing the most points throughout the year.&

We welcome members from the age of 18 and the club caters for a wide range of disciplines. We run open competitions which anyone can enter, from a showing show through to a one day event, and a series of members shows.

The club offers training at all levels for flatwork, Cross Country and Show Jumping. We encourage a social aspect to the club as well, with an annual quiz and sometimes a BBQ at the members’ events, while people wait for results. The OBHRC is affiliated to the BHS via British Riding Clubs. We send teams to all sorts and levels of qualifiers, drawn from whoever is interested. If you would like to have a go at any team competition, BRC or otherwise, please let us know. The club affiliation also gives you a BRC membership number and entitles you to Rider magazine, a national championship structure in several disciplines, easy access to advice and information, third party insurance at club events and various discounts.

Please join us whatever you want to do! (Click here for membership application.) We are a friendly club and want to encourage members to participate in training, competitions and teams at all levels.