. . . new pictures of our Seniors at Moreton Morrell . . . .

First Dressage League date - 1st April 2017

Hi all,

Just to a quick reminder that our first dressage league date is on Saturday 1st April, Seniors in the morning and Juniors in the afternoon.

We have some space so if you want to enter please let me know before Wednesday 29th March by 12.00 noon.

You can contact me here

We had a very successful year in 2016 and are looking forward to 2017.



Well done again to NORC juniors who managed another Win so they're off to The Festival of the Horse Championships at the end of May!

Big well done to them and Katherine Page
who also came fifth in a big class!


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Once again a successful outing for the NORC Juniors

A team win overall and a qualification to the Equitheme Intermediate Dressage Championships at Bury Farm, Bedfordshire on the 28th-30th April!

Placings are listed below for ease of reading as there were so many great results! ??

William Heaton: 1st N24 & 1st E49
Myself: 1st P18 & 1st N34
Amelia: 4th P18 & 5th P7
Olivia & Mr Biscuit ??: 5th P18 & 4th P7
Tory Robbins: 2nd P18 & 4th P7

Huge thank-you to team manager Jethro and everyone who came and supported today!

A big well done to all the other NORC members and good luck to the seniors tomorrow!

Freya Browne

2017 Dressage
Dates and Tests are here


A very successful day at Solihull for the NORC Open Team!

The team all jumped brilliantly and we took 1st place, following on from the recent win at Morton Morrell!

A big well done to the rest of the team, Sophie, Will and Phoebe and to top it off we had some individual placings with Will in 2nd and myself in 4th!

Thank-you to everybody involved for making it such a success and everyone who came and supported today!

Freya Browne

Area 5 Junior Winter Dressage

The Juniors really are on a roll at the moment! With a first place for the 1.10m SJ team last week, this week we've had another team and individuals competing in the KBIS Novice winter dressage at Moreton Morrell - seniors next weekend!

Lots and lots of placings - EVERYBODY got a placing and a rosette in some busy classes!

The team was made up of Lani King, who scored 64% for 6th in her warm up test as well as 66% for her team test

Amelia Stevens who came 3rd, on 68% and 7th in the team test on 67%
Freya Browne who won her warm up test on 71%!!! And scored 67% in the Novice team test

***A special note for William Heaton who smashed it last week, did it again for a win in his first novice on 70% and a MASSIVE 78% for second (yes the winner must have been on Valegro - they cleaned the floor on 85%!) Second place does mean William qualifies for the championships later in the year! ***

Our individuals did a fantastic job too!
Olivia Taylor (who's only just seven!!!) Did two prelims 65% for 5th and 68%!!

Lara Gascoyne rode a fantastic test for second on 71% in the Prelim 2

Max Walkden, again another winning team member from last week turning his hand to dressage managed a solid 70% for 5th

The team managed to finish 3rd out of about eight teams, everybody really put in a fantastic performance, again a pleasure to be able to watch, well done guys!!!.


Area 5 Indoor Show Jumping at Moreton Morrell

Pictures now on line - they are here

What a great day, each team with some rosettes to show for themselves!

Kim Tibble as an individual in the novice seniors came 3rd on the sublime Laura, the intermediate seniors came 6th as a team and Sophie Garner also came 6th individually after a triple clear in each round and massive applause to the junior 1.10m team who WON their class!!

Really lovely to watch them all ride so brilliantly, very proud of them and the ponies!

Max Walkden, Phoebe Marot and William Heaton - who also pulled off a clear in all three rounds to pick up a third individually too! Well done everyone!

New Year - New Logo

New Year, New Logo

Last year it was suggested that we update the club logo and we asked members to help with ideas for a new look.

Your ideas were submitted to a professional designer who has produce a new logo for us. We're delighted with this new logo which says clearly who NORC is, something that is crucial when members are out competing under the club's banner!

It is also eyecatching and memorable. The colours will be silver on navy or navy on white. We hope you will be delighted too.

Watch this space! You will be able to order a numnah and clothing soon. We will let you know when it's available.

From the NORC Committee.

A successful Junior Combined Training Day!

The day was organised by Heather King and her team. Sam was her girl Wednesday, thanks Sam.

There are now some pictures online - click here

Alex Fleming and Jo Street were inspiring and enthusiastic instructors. Judge Melissa and writer Elaine - thank you for giving your time.

We have some super Juniors - they all worked hard and were very brave doing their first combined training day.


BRC Hat Guidelines 2016

As of the 1st January 2016 all hats worn at BRC events
must have the new orange tag and be up to the
new standards for 2016.

Click here for the BRC Hat Guidelines 2016

Head Cameras and other Wearable Cameras

BRC have advised all members that the wearing of video recording
cameras are banned for BRC competitions and may invalidate your