CHALFONT HEIGHTS RIDING CLUB

Affiliated to the BHS. 

 


Chalfont Heights Riding Club has been established since 1978. We are a small and very friendly club who welcome new members. Our membership varies from juniors to seniors, from the non-rider to the competitor. The club is solely run by members and volunteers.  

 

One of our aims is to provide well organised local events that can be enjoyed by all. Riders, spectators, helpers, grooms and of course the horses. Every year we hold two open shows and a Dressage Challenge.

 

Our other aim is to provide events and training for our members. In order to help support and encourage them with their riding.

 

Our club is affiliated to British Riding Clubs (BRC), which is part of the British Horse Society (BHS). This allows us to compete against other riding clubs in our area (area 6) at different disciplines throughout the year. If successful you will be able to compete at various championships. We encourage members to take part in area competitions and the club will try to support members as much as possible with this.

 

We are always looking for new members and helpers. If you wish to join our riding club have a look on the 'Becoming a Member' page for more information. 

 



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Happy new year from the committee!

 


 

 Notes for your attention:  

 

 Our dressage challenge dates for this year are as follows;

  • 10th March 2019: results now available on results page.  
  • 14th April 2019
  • 12th May 2019 
The schedule is now available to download. 

 

**Due to the current equine flu outbreak we will be checking passports for up-to-date flu and tetanus vaccinations before competitors will be allowed to compete. If they are not up-to-date or complete you will not be allowed to compete and will be turned away. These will be checked according to Riding Club rules, see link below for more information (pages 9, 10 and 11 of the document).

http://www.chalfontheightsridingclub.com/BRC Rulebook.pdf 

Unfortunately, during the event and between tests horses must be keep in the transport they came in and not tied outside. Also, no grazing allowed on the showground.**