Dean Close Inter-Schools Showjumping Competition
Sunday 9th June 2019
Rectory Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots, nr Cirencester
Thank you to all our 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 – Class to be split into 5A) Horses and 5B) Ponies
Grass Roots Qualifiers:
CLASS 4 E G Equine 40cms, Team and Individual (may be led/assisted)
CLASS 5 Jeremy Winter 50cms, Team and Individual (may be assisted)
CLASS 6 Ben Miles DipWCF 60cms, Team and Individual (may not be assisted)
CLASS 7 Geoffrey Lane FRCVS 70cms, Team and Individual (may not be assisted)
This year the event will be raising money for Blue Skye Thinking
Blue Skye Thinking supports research into the treatment of childhood brain tumours, striving to give all children diagnosed, a better chance of survival and improved quality of life during and post treatment. Run by volunteers, money donated goes directly to the forefront of research and wellbeing projects.
2018 DCS Report
Annual Dean Close NSEA Show Jumping Competition
The competition went really well from start to finish with a 188 riders and 35 schools attending the event and it was a delight to see the Dean Close Team come out on top in the 1 – 1.05m round, qualifying for the NSEA Nationals in October. The Dean Close riders conducted themselves brilliantly in every class and it was wonderful to have riders from St John’s on-the-Hill joining the Dean Close jumpers to make up the very first Dean Close Foundation Prep Team.
DCS / DCPS Results:
- Patrick Clarkson (DCPS) – 4th in the 80cm round.
- Dean Close Show Jumping Team – Lydia Ward, Mimi Payton and Georgia Day – 1st in the 1-.05m, qualifying for the NSEA Nationals.
- Georgia Day – 6th in the 1m final individually, qualifying for the Plate Championships.
- Lydia Ward – 3rd in the 1.10m Horse final, qualifying for Plate Championships.
Head of Equestrianism, Fleur Cradock, said, “A massive thank you to all those staff and parents who helped out on the day the show literally couldn’t go on without you and to all the competitors and schools who came and made the event such a success. 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 2019.”