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Date Description Schedule Times/Results
10 Apr 2019 Instruction - Improving Rhythm and Suppleness Further Info
17 Apr 2019 Instruction Improving your Position & Effectiveness of Aids on the Flat Further Info
21 Apr 2019 Open Mini Cross Country Competition Schedule
24 Apr 2019 Instruction - Improving your Jumping Position & Security Using Poles & Grids Further Info
01 May 2019 Show Jumping League 1
08 May 2019 Instruction - Improving your Accuracy of Riding Turns & Circles on the Flat Click Here
12 May 2019 Open Dressage Competition Schedule
15 May 2019 Dressage League 1
22 May 2019 Instruction Riding Better Lines between Fences Further Info
29 May 2019 Show Jumping League 2
02 Jun 2019 Open Summer Show Jumping Competition
05 Jun 2019 Instruction - Connection is Key Further Info
12 Jun 2019 Dressage League 2
19 Jun 2019 Instruction - Riding with Rhythm and Balance between Fences Further Info
26 Jun 2019 Show Jumping League 3
30 Jun 2019 Open Arena Event Schedule
03 Jul 2019 Instruction Improving your Accuracy of Shallow Loops and Demi-voltes Further Info
10 Jul 2019 Dressage League 3
17 Jul 2019 Instruction - Improving your Cross-Country Position & Security/Improve your Horse using TREC Further Info
21 Jul 2019 Open Mini One Day Event
24 Jul 2019 Mini Cross Country Competition
31 Jul 2019 Instruction - How to Ride Lateral Movements
07 Aug 2019 Dressage League 4
14 Aug 2019 Show Jumping League 4
21 Aug 2019 Obedience Test, Tack & Turn Out & Style Jumping
01 Sep 2019 Invitational Team Show Jumping Show

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We offer a wide range of instruction over the course of the season on a Wednesday night. There are usually 2-3 lessons running at any one time and start at 7pm and 8pm (daylight dependant). Lessons must be pre booked via the online entries system. Spaces will be filled on a first come first served basis.


With the exception of the Dressage Leagues and the Dressage/Riding Test Competition, which should be pre-entered, all other Wednesday night competitions are entry on the field.

Wednesday night competitions are run in sections i.e. Nursery Novice, Novice, Intermediate and Open. You should choose which section you want to compete in at the start of the season then try to remain in this section throughout the course of the season as you will be awarded points for attendance and placing, which will be accumulated towards the trophies that are presented each year at the AGM.

To check which section you and your horse are eligible for, see info on Members Points below.

Jumping competitions normally start at 7pm with Nursery Novice (0.65m) followed by Novice (0.75m), Intermediate (0.85m) and Open (0.95m). All competitors are advised to arrive at the field as early as possible to allow time to walk the course and warm up. As these competitions are entry on the field there is no guarantee how long each section will run for.

All dressage competitions are pre-entered, to allow times to be allocated in advance. Competitors are expected to compete in their show jackets etc... on a Wednesday night with the exception of the Obedience Test & Mini Cross Country.

Should you wish any further details on any of the above Wednesday night competitions please contact any of the committee.


Fife Riding Club welcome non-members to participate in all our open competitions.

Showjumping shows are entry on the field & all other open competitions must be pre-entered. Schedules will be available for all our open competitions and should you require any further details please do not hesitate to contact the show secretary.


For members points definitions & eligibility, please click
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We are trialling a new online entries system. For those interested the


A further reminder to all members wishing to use the club field for private tuition outwith normal meeting times.

Firstly, the field & facilities are for the exclusive use of PAID-UP MEMBERS ONLY (i.e. Full Riding, Associate or Honorary Members). NON-MEMBERS or other family members are NOT permitted to ride except during open shows. Instructors are not permitted to ride unless they are also members.

Secondly, following advice from BRC insurers,with effect from 1st March 2015, anyone providing private tuition at the club field outwith normal meeting times will be required to forward documentary evidence of valid instructors insurance cover to the Club Secretary in advance. The Secretary will retain details of trainers insurance on file. If the trainer does not have suitable insurance, then they will not be permitted to teach on club premises. Members booking their own trainers are responsible for ensuring their instructor complies with this requirement. Failure to so will be a breach of Club Bye-Laws.


A reminders that the club field can only be used by members & must be booked IN ADVANCE, giving full details of date/time and name of instructor through Tricia Garnett 07752 581642. Further details on using the clubs facilities, the club Constitution & Bye Laws are available on the membership page


For those of you who don't already know FRC now has its own Facebook Group. Check it out for all the latest news, gossip and updates. Please note only members can join & comment on the FRC Group.
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