Kelsall Hill wants to promote and encourage grass roots show jumping competitions to increase participation in active sports from entry level to professional. With this in mind we start our unaffiliated offer with Juniors starting at 30cm classes, our goal is to offer a product similar to BS in standard but catering for a wider spectrum of riding experience. We are also offering unaffiliated classes up to 1.30cm
Our arena surfaces are wet not waxed to give your horse the best footing we can.
Will you be crowned Champion?
We have amazing news about our unaffiliated competitions
We have more chances to win, more excitement and more amazing riding with our new Championship series!
What are the championship series’?
Competitors in our summer and winter series of Dressage, Showjumping and Arena Eventing will collect league points based on placings each week.
So what’s new?
At the end of the series the competitors with the most points will be league winners. However, the top 25 competitors will be invited to participate in the our brand new championships!
What will happen on Championship day?
Points are back to zero and all competitors are equal on championship day! The winner on the day is crowned the champion – it’s all to play for!
What if I can’t make the Championship day?
You will be invited to attend the championship if you’re in the top 25 and you must confirm your place. If you don’t the person beneath you will be invited to take your place.
I can’t wait to take part what do I do?
Enter each show in the series!
Some more info for you…
We are always looking to create those long-term relationships with clients so please let us know how we can improve what we’re doing.
Competitors must pre enter and competitors are obliged to run in order and at the times specified in accordance with our terms and conditions.
Spectators are most welcome to watch from the grandstand seating or from the café.
We’ve added a viewing platform for videoing show jumping rounds, access is restricted to the associates of the current competitor on course only.
Rosettes can be collected from reception once the results are published.
Unwanted rosettes can be swapped for a tea/coffee in the café providing they are in good order.
Please be polite to the stewards and officials, without them we have no competitions, if you have any concerns about anything please take your query to reception.
We will comply with whatever Covid rules are in place at the time, apologies for any inconvenience that this might create.
Refreshments will be available during the normal operating hours of Urchin’s Kitchen 9am-5pm. It is possible that the hours may be extended at the managers discretion but please do not take this as a given.
To enter a competition please go to our forthcoming events page and select the date of the competition. The link will then take you to the entry form.