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 information for each discipline under the 'THRC Events' tab.
Latest Updates: (May 15th 2022)
***Field Hire News***
The field is available to hire to THRC members only from April 25th. Please see the Field Hire page here for booking details and field hire rules.
All poles MUST be put back on to the jumps and not left in the grass. The current course is built ready for the next show jumping show so please do not move any jumps. Many thanks.
THRC have so many events coming up in May! There is something for everyone. We'd love to see you at some of our events! Book via 'My Riding Life' here.
Monthly Friday evening clinics with Marg Foxon - from 5pm - 7pm. Spaces available on Friday 20th May. Book here.
Memberships for 2022 are now open
(Current members will have received a reminder email)
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.
Clinics & Events - who to contact.
If you have a query about any event or clinic, please contact the organiser directly so that your query can be dealt with swiftly. Please do not email 'membership' as this is specifically for membership enquiries. Also, please note that the 'entries' email is not always checked daily so if your enquiry is urgent please contact the event organiser directly. This information is avaible on the schedules and event pages of this website. Many thanks.
Riding on Frinton Beach
We have added a new page which has all the information that you need if you want to ride on Frinton beach. You will find and 'code of conduct' as well as parking information and links to tide times etc. Thanks to the reps of 'Frinton Beach Riders' for compiling this information. Please ensure that you adhere to the rules so that all beach users can use the beach safely and with respect. Thank you.
We are now using 'My Riding Life' for all of our event entries.
View your FREE Online Entries Account via your own account in MyRidingLife.com where you can track your Entries, Times & Results at any time. If you experience any difficulties making an entry or would like support please Text 07798 626075.
There is a page dedicated to the online calendar and entries here.
COVID-19 Compliance: PLEASE KEEP TO CURRENT SOCIAL DISTANCING GUIDELINES WHEN ON SHOWGROUND
Anyone that does not comply with event protocols will be disqualified and asked to leave the site immediately. There will be no exceptions to this rule.
Anyone displaying COVID-19 symptoms, however mild, should stay at home.
Anyone who has been in contact with someone that is showing symptoms should stay at home.
Anyone considered vulnerable should stay at home.
We thank you for your support with this.
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.