23 February 2023 - Flipbook - Page 82
FEBRUARY 23 2023
CLEARANCE: Knee’s up at Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing.
BRUSH: Jodie Anderson and Dixie clearing the brush fence at
Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing. (FW08-558NN)
GREAT SPIN: Sophie Clugston and Question Mark had a great
spin round Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing course to place
second in the 90cm class. (FW08-553NN)
Arena Eventing at Knockagh View
QUALIFIED: Holly Logan and ‘Mini Digger’ gained their
Barrier Spring Festival qualification at Knockagh View’s Arena
90CM: Mya Morrison and ‘Reva’ won the 90cm class at
Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing. (FW08-552NN)
PICTURES: courtesy of Ellie Johnston
G r e e n i s l a n d
extend thanks to
everyone who came
along and supported their
Arena Eventing on Sunday.
Everyone was a tad weather
beaten with the wind, but it
The course jumped well
all day, with the added
excitement of jumping from
one arena to the other. There
was some super jumping
under the watchful eye of
judge, Paul Johnston. Thank
you to all the helpers: Lesley,
Greg and Kristie Wilson,
Scott in the cafe and Paul on
the microphone. Thank you
also to Ellie Johnston, who
was busy snapping pictures
all day - don’t forget to head
over to her facebook page
and check out your pictures!
Knockagh View have a
busy month ahead, with
league getting underway on
Saturday, March 4, with NIF
and league prizes, along
with a St Patrick’s show
on Sunday, March 12...
Organisers hope to see lots
of lovely leprechauns! There
will be a full range of Show
Jumping classes from 30cm
to 1m, obstacles, fancy dress
and prizes. Full details are
on the App or website: www.
k no c k a g hv i e we c @ y a ho o.
com. The Arena Eventing
course is available for hire,
contact Knockagh View on
07732 809188 to book or pm
the facebook page.
60CM: Lola Gallagher and ‘Tryllawn Masseratti’ took first
place in the 60cm class at Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing.
JUMPING WELL: Nicole People’s and ‘Ranger’ jumping well at
Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing. (FW08-557NN)
Sunday, February 19
50cm: 1) Vivianne Andrews,
Sarah’s Pebbles; 2) Lola
Gallagher, Tyrllawn Maseratti
(g); 3) Gail Hadden, Diesel
60cm: 1) Lola Gallagher,
Tyrllawn Maseratti (g); 2)
Gail Hadden, Diesel (g); 3)
Lily Mackenzie, Emperors
Dream (m); 4) Imogen Heap,
Mountcaulﬁeld Blaze (m).
70cm: 1) Miriam Wright, The
Castletown Lad (g); 2) Sophie
Moore, Diamond Daydream
(m); 3) Lily Mackenzie,
Emperors Dream (m).
80cm: 1) Lesley Wilson,
Lyleview Martell (g); 2)
Sophie Clugston, Something
Similar (m); 3) Nicole Peoples,
Ranger; 4) Carraig McLarnon,
90cm: 1) Mya Morrison,
Reva (m); 2) Sophie Clugston,
Question Mark (g).
PC 70cm Qualiﬁer: Holly
Logan, Mini Digger (g).
PC 80cm Qualiﬁer: 1) Eve
Lindsay, Kilcurry Gem (m);
2) Zara Reid, Greylands
Diamond Girl (m); 3) Kai
McAllister, Toby II (g); 4)
Holly Logan, Owens Shadow;
5) Sophia Madeley, Bainrion
Alainn (m); 6) Robyn Rice,
Holiday Kruising (m).
PC 90cm Qualiﬁer: 1) Eve
Lindsay, Kilcurry Gem (m);
2) Holly Logan, Mini Digger
(g); 3) Sophia Madeley,
Bainrion Alainn (m); 4) Max
Chloe (m); 5) Kai McAllister,
Drumany May (Piper) (m); 6)
Katelyn Irvine, Kensington
PC 1m Qualiﬁer: 1) Kai
McAllister, Drumany May
PLACED: Carraig McLarnon and Tilly finished fourth in the
80cm class at Knockagh View’s Arena Eventing.
Don’t miss the National
Equine Forum 2023
WHAT: National Equine Forum (NEF)
WHEN: Thursday, March 2 from 10am - 4.30pm
WHERE: London and live streamed
WHILE face-to-face tickets are now in very short supply for
the National Equine Forum (NEF) on March 2, it will be live
streamed again this year, giving everyone the opportunity
to purchase a ticket and enjoy the event.
The programme and full speaker details are available to
view now on the NEF website. Both face-to-face attendees
and live streaming delegates can submit questions quickly
and easily via Slido from February 27.
A ﬁrst-class mix of topics will cover industry
advancements in science, health, welfare and sport,
delivered by highly knowledgeable and engaging speakers
comprising government ministers, leading vets and industry
The Equine Industry in a Changing World will include
contributions from Defra, as well as an update on health,
welfare and traceability initiatives and the public perception
Opportunities and challenges for the future of the
equestrian sector will include an update on the BETA
National Equestrian Survey, as well as factors implicating
grassroots access to riding, which will include case studies
exploring how it is possible to establish a riding school in
the current climate.
Equine health update will include the latest information
on infectious diseases and the launch of a new anthelmintic
How to tackle unwanted behaviours will explore the
science behind how horses and humans learn, why horses
behave in the way they do, and how behaviours can be
changed. It will centre on a case study of how learning
theory helped one horse and rider partnership get back on
The roles and responsibilities of inﬂuencers will involve
representatives from leading equestrian print, online and
social media discussing the role of the media.
There will also be two brief topical discussions, including
the launch of the Equine Fitters Council and discussions
about the development of RAMP (Registered Animal
Musculoskeletal Practitioner). There will be a special
interview with Charlie Thornycroft on her volunteer work
with British Equestrians for Ukraine Fund and the winner of
the Sir Colin Spedding Award will be announced.
To purchase a ticket, visit: https://www.national
To ﬁnd out how you could enjoy the privilege of becoming
a sponsor, corporate friend or friend of the National Equine
Forum email: firstname.lastname@example.org.