Last year over our show season we held several shows as Qualifiers for The Sunshine Tour Championships held at The All-England Showground, Hickstead from Thursday 14th – Sunday 17th September 2023. The disciplines we will be running will be Dressage , Show Jumping and Eventer’s Challenge.

Qualification: Dressage & Show Jumping 1st – 3rd place;  Eventers Challenge 1st – 4th place. Qualification does not pass down the line.

Visit for more information, to register and submit evidence of results.

Registration must be completed within 1 month of qualification (sooner for late July shows). Restrictions apply to horse and competitor’s previous winnings and amateur status, please check the website for Terms & Conditions.





  • If you must bring a dog it must be on a short lead at all times and not go into the Arenas
  • Please do not tie to gates, fences etc – horses and dogs
  • Water for horses is available
  • Toilets are available

We hope to have drinks & snacks available during the show.
Few other reminders:

Lorries and trailers only to be parked in the lorry park. Other vehicles in the front car park.

Only horses entered to compete are welcome to attend the centre unless prior arrangement. (They are not permitted to use the collecting ring.)

There will be no ridden presentation of rosettes at the end of a class. They will be available for collection from the gate steward shortly after the results are announced.
Running order Times will be emailed out a few days before.


Look forward to seeing you then

Cath and James


Several shows are held throughout the year to include: Dressage, Show Jumping, Arena Eventer Trial and Trec. For additional information on the different disciplines click on the links below


General_Show_Rules                          Trec Information

Show Jumping Rules               Eventer_Challenge_Information  

Dressage Rules

Twin Trees Dressage Tests for download: Dressage TT Trot Tests 1-4      Dressage TT Canter Tests 5-8


HAT STANDARDS: It is mandatory for all Members to wear a protective helmet at all times when mounted with a chinstrap fastened and adjusted so as to prevent movement of the hat in the event of a fall. This rule defines the quality of manufacture that is required. The individual disciplines also have additional requirements with regard to type.

The hat standards accepted as of 1st October 2016 are detailed in the table below:

PAS 015: 2011* with BSI Kitemark

VG1 with BSI Kitemark

Snell E2001* with the official Snell label and number

ASTM-F1163 2004a with the SEI mark

AS/NZS 3838 1998, 2003 or 2006

Hats marked BSEN 1384 or EN1384 are no longer permitted

For cross-country fences, PTV in Trec whether Arena or outside of an arena, Arena Eventing a jockey skull cap must be worn, with no fixed peak, peak type extensions or noticeable protuberances above the eyes or to the front and should have an even round or elliptical shape with a smooth or slightly abrasive surface. A removable hat cover/ silk with a light flexible peak may be used if required.

No recording device is permitted (e.g. hat cameras, body cameras) as they may have a negative effect on the performance of safety equipment in the event of a fall.

BODY PROTECTORS: We do not make the use of body protectors compulsory, except for all Cross Country riding, Trec PTV phase and Arena Eventing whether it be training or competing. Body Protectors must meet BETA Level 3 standard 2009 (purple label). If a rider chooses to wear an air jacket it must only be used in addition to a normal body protector in these situations.









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