27 September 2015 Show Jumping, BCA 



Class Winners and Woodland Placings


Class 1 Karn Herbert Absolute Beginners Jumping Winner- Pricilla Beach on Spirit


Class 2  Equi-Trek Beginners Jumping Winner - Sophie Sparks on Jolaikes Evening Mist 


Class 3 Red Horse Novce Jumping, Winner - George Carter on Chip


Class 4 Rosehill Equestrian Jumping Winner - George Carter on Chip

Charlotte Runcie was the highest placed Woodland member, coming 5th.


Class 5A Dengie Winner - Lucy Peterson on Pollyanna

Charlotte Bagshawe, came 2nd and was the highest place Woodland member.


Class 5B VWS Challenge, Winner  - Victoria Carty on Milo VII

Nell Summerly came 4th and was the highest placed Woodlander.


Class  6 Audim Open Winner - Charlotte Bagshawe on Crumlin Cracker (Woodland Hunt)


Click on the button for full results from the day and don’t forget to check out the fantastic photographs taken by the site photographer – Glamorous Event Photography.



We were delighted to have over 180 entries for our unaffliated show jumping competition at the BCA on the 27 September. With a full programme, including a Preliminary round of the Dengie winter league qualifier, the show kicked off at 09:00 with a 55-60cm Absolute Beginners Class and the final competitor jumped the last fence some 8 hours later in the 100cm Open! We were extremely fortunate to enjoy some glorious autumnal sunshine and although sadly not eveyone could come away with ribbons and prizes, we do hope that all competitors had an enjoyable day. 

Last but not least, some BIG thank you's...


Woodland Hunt is fortunate to have some fantastic sponsors and we are, as always, extremely grateful for their support. We would, in particular, like to thank our main sponsors Equi-trek Windsor, as well as class sponsors, Karn Herbert, Vehicle Weighing Solutions,  Rosehill Equestrian Red Horse Products and Audim. We also had some amazingly generous prize donatations from , Jods Galore, Red Horse ProductsRosehill Equestrian, Equestrian World and Atlas Equestrian   Thanks are also due to an enthusiastic band of volunteers - without who’s help the day wouldn’t have been possible and some of whom were not only course building the night before, but then put in a 10 hour shift the next day - now that's what I call dedication!