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  • Update from Camilla Hardie!

    We’ve had a busy few months since my last update… Firstly was The Blue Chip Show Jumping Championships, for the 5th consecutive year, Beau and Dougal went for their customary More…

  • Update from Sarah Gadd!

    Last weekend we went to Pachesham Equestrian Centre for the Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) South East Championships. Although we have taken part in RoR sections at some British Eventing competitions, More…

  • Sarc-Ex – Jenna and Chukka

    This is ‘Chukka’ my 23yr old new Zealand bred polo mare who I have owned since late July. She was purchased through a horse sale as a happy hack, where More…

  • Update from Sarah Gadd

    We have had a week of mixed emotions here which started early Saturday morning when we said a very sad good bye to the lovely Diaz. I was incredibly sorry to More…

  • Roo Fox Burghley Update

    Roo Fox chats to us after the dressage phase, she produced a great test but landed in an unlucky placing, shes hoping to whizz round the cross country later on More…

Roo Fox

Roo Fox Update

5th August 2016

“So where were we, this year just hasn’t stopped! Oh yes I left you at Eridge. We went onto Aston with Tig and Watt doing the Advanced and Donk and Griff doing the Novice. The Novice boys did stunning tests and my little stallion had one down SJ and clear XC. Griff’s owner Georgia Maher […]

Roo Fox Update

27th July 2016

“Busy few weeks at Roo Fox Eventing, despite the injury! Ebby and Jo took ponies to a very difficult Tweseldown. Ebby took Tadpole and Lilly, the new mare. She did good tests on both and then went double clear to finish 4th on Tadpole and had one down and clear XC on Lilly. I was […]

Roo Fox Update

13th July 2016

It’s been all change at Roo Fox HQ this month… “It’s been a pretty slow couple of weeks with a broken ankle, but luckily I’ve got some new members of the team. Jo Langton has joined us from Devon to replace Abs, who has sadly left us to pursue her riding career. Ebby Biggnell has […]

Roo Fox Update

16th June 2016

“Disaster has struck! I have finally been given the all clear to compete Watt and Tigga, so exciting! Last Saturday I took Watt to Berkshire College where he put in a fresh test but still scored a 25. We got to the showjumping with 15 before us, however they were calling for anyone who was […]

Roo Fox Update

10th June 2016

“We have been very busy. Took the new horse Lilly (Advance To Go) to her first event. It was unaffiliated but she won, yay! We also took all the Brand Hall ponies showjumping and Donkey won, even better! Then we loaded up for Brand Hall with Faye, Donk, Sirius, Otto and Batman. Everyone put in a […]

Roo Fox Update

1st June 2016

“We headed off to Mount Ballan with Faye, Fulvaro (Griffy) and El Nino. Faye did a sweet test and then I had two fences down, which I was a little disappointed with. We had another great clear XC though so if we go clear at Brand Hall 1* she is all qualified for a CCI1*, […]

Roo Fox Update

18th May 2016

“So where were we? I think my next event was Moreton Morrell with 5 ponies between 8.30 and 1.30 and we still finished on time thanks to my amazing team. All the horses did good dressage tests, though the judges seemed to hate Sirius despite me thinking he did his best novice test yet! The showjumping […]

Roo Fox Update

12th May 2016

“What a week, things are not going to plan! With Ma being on the board of BE there were thoughts that Whitfield may not run, so we entered Bicton last minute, massive thanks to Miranda Collett, Helen West and Beccy Barrett, who fitted us in. We left at 4am and arrived at a very wet […]

Roo Fox Update

13th April 2016

“This weekend we braved the weather and headed to Larkhill. On Saturday it was the novices. Poor donkey and Sirius had only had one run at Aston unaffiliated as an intro. Batman was also going having had a intermediate run at Gatcombe, and Ann Allen and Gill Lamont’s The Otter was also going for his first Novice. […]

Team GH – Roo Fox Update

20th March 2016

“And so it has begun, the first event of the season! I had 8 due to go, sadly poor Bella didn’t get a road trip due to the cancellation. As Aston was full and the BE100 was cancelled I took the two stallions, Donk and Sirius to do the BE90. Aston-le-Walls is great for the horses as […]