Dean Close Inter-Schools Showjumping Competition
Sunday 7th June 2020
Rectory Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots, nr Cirencester
There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available. This event will allow you to promote your business to many of leading Equestrian Schools in the UK, last year’s event saw 188 riders from 35 Schools compete throughout the day.
During the day there will be three National Classes and four Grassroots Classes and an RPL 80cms warm up Class.
National and Elite Class Sponsors – £200
90cm Team and Individual NSEA Qualifying Classes
1m Team and Individual NSEA & Elite Hickstead Team Qualifying Classes.
1.10m Individual Qualifying Class for the NSEA and Elite Hickstead Championship.
Grassroots Class Sponsors – £150
40cm Team and Individual Qualifying Classes.
50cm Team and Individual Qualifying Classes.
60cm Team and Individual Qualifying Classes.
70cm Team and Individual Qualifying Classes.
RPL Warm up class – £50
80cms –Regional Points League Warm up Class.
What do you get as a Class Sponsor?
- An opportunity to promote your business at the event.
- Advertisement in the programme. (circulation approximately 200).
- Lunch hamper provided.
- Company name on the Winner and Runners’ Up Trophies.
- Opportunity to present your trophy.
For more information please contact Head of Equestrianism, Fleur Cradock on 07971 005 268 or email@example.com.
In 2019 the event raised over £550 for Blue Skye Thinking
Thank you to all of the 2019 class sponsors:
CLASS 1 The Thornbury Clinic 90/95cms, Single phase – Team and Individual entries
CLASS 2 Old Decanian Society 1m/1.05m, Single phase – Team and Individual entries
CLASS 3 i2i Recruitment Ltd 1.10m, Single phase – Individual entries only
Grass Roots Qualifiers:
CLASS 4 E G Equine 40cms, Team and Individual
CLASS 5 Jeremy Winter 50cms, Team and Individual
CLASS 6 Ben Miles DipWCF 60cms, Team and Individual
CLASS 7 Geoffrey Lane FRCVS 70cms, Team and Individual
In 2019, Dean Close Equestrians achieved 13 Qualifications for the National, Elite and Grass Roots finals which is a testament to their hard work, commitment and training. As ever a huge thank you has to be given to the Staff who came and volunteered and supported on the day and the Equestrian Parents without who’s commitment the event wouldn’t be able to run. They helped man the warm up arenas, collecting rings and secretaries and all with great humour and dedication . The day ran smoothly if a little long and for 2020 we will be looking at the timings of the day going forward. Lastly and by no means least, a very big thank you to Pleasance Jewitt and the team at Rectory Farm who always make us feel so welcome and help us make the day what it is. Thank you and I look forward to seeing you back again for 2020