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ANNUAL FESTIVE DINNER 2020
Welcome to Arundel Group Riding for the Disabled
The aim of our group is to give the opportunity of riding to any disabled person who might benefit in general health or happiness.
Our riding sessions take place on Tuesday afternoons during term-time at the Arundel Riding Centre - in Arundel, West Sussex. The group is part of the South East Region RDA which covers Sussex, Surrey and Kent.
THE BIG EVENT 2019 - A DAY AT THE RACES (CELEBRATING 40 YEARS OF ARUNDEL GROUP RDA)
The going was good and the weather was kind to us (for the fifth year running). Well done to all the runners and riders.
Results were as follows:
Winner of the 'magnificent hat award' - Jo (Isaac's mum)
Winner of the Ferdie Trophy - Ruby
Winner of the Lavinia Norfolk Trophy - Callum
Winner of Class B dressage - Kieran
Winner of Class C dressage - Connor
Winner of Class D dressage - Anya
Best Turned out Rider - Anya
Winner of the fantastic Hilary and Sheila Tangye Trust Trophy for the highest percentage score of the day - Connor
Rosettes for the fastest times over seven furlongs in the Arundel Group RDA 40th Anniversary Stakes: Ruby by a nose closely followed by Chloe
Stable Management Module certificates and badges were awarded to: Chloe, Erin, Owen, Lucy, Ruby, Cody and Kieran. Special thanks to Janet B for all her coaching
Progressive Riding Stage certificates and badges were awarded to : Linda, Cody, Kieran, Anya, Noah, Callum, Sol, Chloe and Isaac
A BIG thank you to all our wonderful regular volunteers and also helpers who came in especially for the day - a great team effort. Special thanks to judge, writer and scorer too. The ponies looked amazing and rose to the occasion as always. It was lovely to see so many parents, grandparents, teachers and visitors
A date for your diaries: The Big Event 2020 - Tuesday 30 June!
At our 2019 Annual Dinner Chairman, Terry Clothier, presented a pastel of much-loved Conker to Alison Leggett, Proprietor of Arundel Riding Centre. Sadly we lost Conker during 2018 and we felt that this was a fitting legacy to an amazing pony who gave 24 years’ loyal service to Arundel Group RDA.