Welcome to Tendring Hundred Riding Club
THRC is affiliated to the British Riding Clubs (BRC) which exists to provide support and encouragement to amateur riders of all levels – from the dedicated competitor to the happy hacker.
THRC run a variety of events, with something for everybody. Events include dressage, show jumping, arena eventing, in-hand & ridden showing, gymkhanas, rallies and training clinics. There are also opportunities for members to be part of a team and to represent THRC at BRC Area and Championship events. We usually run a few social events and have an AGM with prizegiving at the end of the year.
The club runs with a voluntary committee, although help is always needed and very welcome to assist with setting up, running & clearing away after events. If you are interested in volunteering please visit our contacts page. Please remember that as a member of THRC it is expected that you will help at one or two events each season.
Please use the left hand navigation bar to guide you round the website. You will find schedules and entry forms for each discipline under the 'THRC Events' tab.
Please visit the 'Club News' page for photos, event reports and more!
Latest Updates: (July 10th 2020)
***Schedule for the Clear Round SJ shows***
We are following BRC guidance for COVID-19 - please ensure that you read this information on the schedule carefully. Thank you.
Please Note: New Members – if you have joined recently you may not have been issued a membership number as these come directly from BRC. You will, however, be on our database if you have paid your membership by the show date.
THRC is pleased to announce our revised Autumn/Winter Programme as follows:
*Clear Round SJ @THRC showground - Sunday 19th July & Sunday 2nd August (members only)
*Dressage @THRC showground - Sunday 13th September
*Junior Rally @THRC showground - Saturday 19th September (members only)
*Christmas Show @ Wix EC - Sunday 6th December
Clinics @ Wix EC:
Saturday 26th September
Saturday 17th October
Sunday 8th November
Saturday 28th November
A note from our chairman.
Hello to all our members.
I am pleased to announce that the riding club field is open to hire by our members. Owning our field is a huge benefit we have over many other clubs and we have a wonderful set of show jumps out for your use in our new top ring.
Please read our field hire terms and conditions before hiring and adhere to the government's latest guidelines regarding COVID-19 at all times.
Keep looking at our website for any progress regarding what we are able to offer our members over the coming weeks.
We hope to offer clinics from September.
Have fun and stay safe.
The Club field is now OPEN to hire
The Club field is now open for THRC members to hire. The field has been very well-maintained with some re-designing of the rings and a small course of our lovely show jumps is out. Hire will be subject to terms and conditions which adhere to the current COVID-19 restrictions.
Please see all the details for hiring the field HERE
Tendring Hundred Riding Club's Annual Report 2019/2020 is now available to view. Inside you will find the Chairman's Report, AGM minutes, team reviews and trophy information, plus show dates and field hire information.
You can download the PDF and save it to most devices. We hope that you enjoy reading it and, if you are not a member, perhaps it will encourage you to join us!
Please click here to view.
Memberships for 2020 are now due
Please click on the link which will take you to our online 'Membermojo' page. THRC online membership Click on the orange 'join us/renew' tab and then fill in the online form.
If you have any problems, please contact the membership secretary, Viv Edwards at email@example.com
Please note: You will not be on the member list until you have paid your membership fee so please do so promptly. Many thanks.
***New Show Day Phone Number***
We have a new number for enquiries on show days: 07594219727.
THRC Committee advises all horses and ponies to be vaccinated up-to-date for equine influenza. We would also like to reiterate to competitors the importance of basic biosecurity procedures like avoiding nose-to-nose contact between horses (especially important at a showground with lots of different horses), washing hands, not sharing grooming tools/cloths/water buckets etc. since all these things may help limit the spread of equine influenza. If we feel that a horse or pony is showing signs of equine influenza, we reserve the right to ask that you leave the showground.