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Emerald Glen and Nettis win RoR British Showjumping Regional Recognition Awards


RoR and British Showjumping are pleased to announce that retrained racehorses, Emerald Glen and Nettis, are winners of the 2014 RoR British Showjumping Regional Recognition Awards.

Emerald Glen, a 15-year-old bay...

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RoR Trailblazers Championships Results


Congratulations to all the winners in the RoR classes at the Trailblazers Championships Finals held at Stoneleigh earlier this month. There was a good turn-out for all the classes and...

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13th September - RoR Training Clinic with Adele Mason, Yorkshire


Another great opportunity to take part in a RoR Training Clinic with Adele Mason. To be held on Saturday 13th September at Thornton House Farm, Sutton Lane, Barmby Moor, North...

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Tuesday 2nd September - cross country clinic with Francis Whittington


As the cross country clinics with Francis Whittington earlier this year were so well received we are offering RoR members the chance to train with Francis again, this time at...

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Winner's Enclosure Winners Enclosure


Welcome to our winners enclosure, which features RoR Series winners and other great photos.  Visit our galleries to see more photographs.


Nettis and Charlotte Kerton - RoR British Showjumping Regional Recognition Award winner 2014


Emerald Glen and Denise Mcloughlin - RoR British Showjumping Regional Recognition Award winner 2014


Todlea and Helen Sanderson - RoR Trailblazers Combined Training Champion at Stoneleigh in August 2014 (realtimeimaging)


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The Importance of Hydration


Dehydration should not just be associated with hot weather, as a horse can become dehydrated in cold weather when they tend to have less access to grass, eat more dry feeds in the form of forage and often do not like drinking water cold water as the temperatures drop.

However, it is the hot weather we are concerned about here as when the temperature rises water has an increased and very vital role in thermoregulation.  The greatest risk of dehydration is when it is hot and humid, a horse will need at least four times his usual water intake.

We asked Equine Management and Training to provide some guidance on keeping your horse hydrated. Please click here to read the full article



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Moonoki proves its never too late to retrain


Until the age of 12 years Moonoki hadn't really been schooled on the bit and had certainly not entered any competitions, other than racing in point to points and under rules.

Read how at the age of 15 and in his first year of competing, Moonoki and his owner/rider Ann Wright are doing so well in dressage.  Also following a recommendation by their RoR Regional Co-ordinator Clare Poole and attending a clinic, both Ann and Moonoki have successfully entered the showing world for the first time.

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* To enter the RoR Series horses must have raced in Great Britain

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