Buckingham Riding Club
Buckingham Riding Club

Our Instructors

Sarah Gairdner

Sarah is a successful event rider and runs her own yard Danesmoor Sports Horses on the Edgcote Estate.  She has previously worked on several international yards and competed to CCI 3* Level.  Sarah accepts liveries for schooling and retraining. She is a BHSAI qualified freelance instructor and trains riders of all abilities.

Sarah's rallies are always very popular and take place in a large indoor school. 

You can visit her website at www.danesmoorsporthorses.co.uk

Anne & Nigel Taylor

Nigel and his wife Anne are the owners of Washbrook Farm. Washbrook Farm is one of the premier Eventing Centres in the United Kingdom and home to the Aston-le-Walls Horse Trials.  Both Ann and Nigel Taylor are available for lessons in cross-country, show jumping and dressage and have fantastic facilities to accommodate individual and group lessons.  

This is a wonderful opportunity for the riding club as Washbrook has a large indoor school, 3 outdoor areans and a fantastic xc course on grass and a surface for us to use in our Rallies with them.  Visit their website to see more www.aston-le-walls.co.uk/



Tania Cherry

Tania competes at BD PSG and trains and encourages anyone who wishes to further their knowledge. She helps riders to both improve themselves and their horsesin a very sympathetic manner.  Tania's clinics take place at Babington Dressage in Williamscot.

 



David Trott

David is a very highly regarded member of our teaching team. He is former chief selector of the Olympic team, and world class performance manager for British Dressage.  David has been riding since childhood and was a Pony Club and Riding Club team rider. He has also ridden in British Horse Society eventing, open team chases and FEI Intermediate dressage. He became a dressage judge at 21, was upgraded to a List One British Dressage Judge ten years later and in 1997 was accredited as an active International Candidate Judge.


 

For anybody attending any RC event, including rallies, clinics and fun rides, approved hats (see below) are required.  If competing for the club, they need to be tagged with an aqua tag. If riding at championships, you should take your hat, passport and horse to the Flu Vac area before going anywhere else.  And good luck!

 

For 2018 there will be a new aqua coloured tag - this you will be delighted to hear will be valid for BE, RC and PC.

PLEASE CAN ALL MEMBERS WISHING TO TAKE PART IN TEAM COMPETITIONS GET IN IN TOUCH WITH THE TEAM MANAGERS AND MAKE THEM AWARE THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED!

Please see below a very handy document outlining all you need to know for competing with Buckingham Riding CLub.  

BRC comp 2.docx
Microsoft Word document [6.8 KB]
2018 BRC BP STANDARDS.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [317.9 KB]
2018 BRC Hat Tagging Guide.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [342.9 KB]
Key BRC insurance information.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.1 MB]
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