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Plan your season: September to October

We hear from the organisers of the final national events of the year.

West Wilts (3), Wiltshire
7-8 September
 
Frickley Park (2), South Yorkshire
8-9 September
 
NEW! Frenchfield (2), Cumbria
8-9 September
“New for 2018, Frenchfield Park is an elevated site on pure sandy going overlooking the Lake District Mountains. Highly accessible from the M6 with a flat, permanent grass main arena and dressage pastures. With an undulating cross country course including natural hedge line, stone walls, steps, banks and galloping terrain, the features of this new event will ensure it is a popular choice.” Douglas Weymouth
 
Burnham Market (2), Norfolk
9 September
 
Monmouth, Monmouthshire
14-15 September
 
Pontispool (2), Somerset
15-17 September
“Professionally run with high standards for all levels. Enduringly popular, hundreds of competitors flock to the venue for its well-built, flowing cross country courses that run across stunning farmland and beautifully designed show jumping tracks on its all-weather surface.”
Richard Mitford-Slade
 
Munstead (2), Surrey
15-16 September
 
Allerton Park, North Yorkshire
15-16 September
“Allerton Park has extensive tracks through spectacular historic lakeside parkland. All courses are forward riding, with exciting and educational jumps designed by Ian Stark. Te courses are suitably testing for combinations looking to move up a level, and the Advanced course is aimed to give experience. There’s great accessibility from the lorry park to all phases, and our friendly and helpful officials are always on hand.” 
Nell Mowbray
 
Wee Burgie, Moray
16 September
 
Moreton Morrell (2), Warwickshire
21-22 September
 
Kelsall Hill (2), Cheshire
21-23 September
 
Bricky, Dorset
22-23 September
 
Dauntsey Park (2), Wiltshire
28-30 September
“We have old-fashioned courses and a lovely atmosphere. Our event is suited to brave cross country riders. However, the courses encourage more inexperienced partnerships as there are alternatives at the more testing fences. The cross country is a great viewing course – you can sit on the banks of the River Avon to watch. It is a friendly, family-run event, with three generations of the Sturgis family involved and a huge emphasis on producing the best ground possible to ensure our competitors have a really fantastic day.”
Beanie Sturgis
 
Bishop Burton (2), East Yorkshire
29-30 September
“A compact site with show jumping on our all-weather surface. Cross country uses the terrain of the parkland and runs through woods. We have two water complexes and make changes for each event. Our event is suitable for all as there are alternatives at challenging questions. Tradestands are conveniently sited and there are views over the natural amphitheatre of the park.”
Kim Knightley
 
Little Downham (3), Cambridgeshire
29 September-1 October
“Little Downham is Cambridgeshire’s premier equestrian event, catering for everyone from Wobbleberries and grassroots riders, to Olympic medallists.” 
Tina Ure
 
Askham Bryan College, Yorkshire
6-7 October
 
Calmsden (2), Gloucestershire
6-7 October
“Riders should enter our event as it is a professional, well-run event in a simply stunning location in the heart of the Cotswolds countryside. Our July event is suited to all levels. Our courses are carefully designed to be encouraging and educational at BE80(T) and BE90 level, and the BE100 course is bold with enough questions for the more experienced combinations. New for us this year is the addition of Dodson & Horrell as sponsors for the BE90 class. For spectators, there are amazing views over the cross country course across the valley.”
Jo Verey
 
Weston Park (2), Shropshire
6-7 October
“Family run since 1984, Weston Park is renowned for the fabulous turf, beautifully built solid fences and tradestands around the Kidney Pool all creating a wonderful atmosphere, resulting in a great day out for all the family.” 
Janet Plant
 
Tweseldown (4), Hampshire
6-7 October
 
Oasby (2), Lincolnshire
13-14 October
 
Broadway (2), Worcestershire
13-14 October
 
Bovington (2), Dorset
13-14 October
 
Norton Disney (2), Lincolnshire
19-21 October
 
The Internationals  

Gatcombe International (2), Gloucestershire
7-9 September

SsangYong Blenheim Palace International, Oxfordshire
13-16 September

South of England International (2), Sussex
22-23 September

Alnwick Ford International, Northumberland
22-23 September

Osberton International and Young Horse Championships, Nottinghamshire
27-30 September

Aldon International (2), Somerset
18-21 October