Midlands Carriagedriving

Onley Grounds event going ahead !
24 August 2020

On to Onley

Midlands Carriagedriving (MC) is pleased to announce the club has sufficient entries to run its two-day competition at Onley Grounds near Rugby on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, it is requested that any competitor or entry queries be directed to Steve Trebble (tel: 01623 863846 or email: stephentrebble@btinternet.com) or George Spencer (tel: 07966 338120 or georgepegspencer@gmail.com).

Organisers will observe full Covid-19 precautions and, while spectators are not currently allowed, should this change before the event, notification will be announced via the British Carriagedriving and MCs websites.

Please check www.midlandscarriagedriving.co.uk for further information.

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Midlands Carriagedrivings (MC) event is on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 September at Onley Grounds, near Rugby  (post code CV23 8AJ).

Entries close on Saturday 22 August on which date a decision to either go ahead or not will be made by the MC Board.

Entry can be made either via the MC website www.midlandscarriagedriving.co.uk  or applying by email to: soudley@btinternet.com

Now that drivers have had a taste of competition at Ashfields, Onley is a great opportunity to get out again before returning to the Essex venue in mid-September.

MCs club competition is open to all with a full set of classes with dressage and cones held on excellent grass surfaces while the 12k full marathon offers six obstacles, one with water.


BC Chairman Chris Smith competing at Onley Grounds in 2019. Photo: Kingswood Associates.

The venue has a spacious lorry park and facilities for exercise and warm-up.

Organisers will observe full Covid-19 precautions and, while spectators are not currently allowed, should this change notification will be announced via the British Carriagedriving and MCs websites.

Please check www.midlandscarriagedriving.co.uk for further information.

 

 

 

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