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Posted on 13th June 2019

Changes in place for Warwick Hall (2)

Warwick Hall (2) in Cumbria has taken a full entry for this weekend’s competition and Joint Organiser Douglas Weymouth has reported ground conditions are very good with plenty of grass cover, and preparations are all complete for the weekend ahead (15-16 June). 

 

“Competitors may like to preview all the courses on CrossCountryApp.com where BE80(T) Coach, Sarah Ettridge, gives a virtual guided course walk around the BE80(T) track and this includes some excellent coaching tips. View the course here http://bit.ly/Warwickbe80T

Douglas explains some minor changes have been included from the first running of the event last month:

“The BE100 cross country [has been] extended by following the Novice course to give further galloping sections, and the BE90 and BE80(T) tracks enjoying a trip through the woods by the River Eden.  Although a relatively flat track, competitors will once again be challenged making the optimum times by a number of combinations and the extensive water fence. The show jumping arena has been relocated for the second of three Warwick Hall fixtures and the dressage on the sandy parkland going is reported in superb condition. “

Sponsors Santa Rita Wines and Horslyx are generously taking title to the BE100 and BE90 classes with Maiden Marine and Top Spec supporting the BE80(T) class alongside Virbac, who support all British Eventing’s BE80(T) as the official training partner and sponsors of the BE80(T) Technical Merit.

Find out more about the weekend, which begins with the Novice classes and includes a Novice Regional Final, HERE.