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For the past 12 months, riders from Cayman Riding School in Savannah have been competing in an international “online” dressage competition run by U.K.-based company Dressage Anywhere.
Halloween arrived early this year in Savannah, when almost 40 riders dressed in spooky costumes participated in the Cayman Riding School’s first show jumping event of the season.
The morning showers and overcast skies offered the perfect riding conditions as Cayman Riding School held its final jumping show of the season on the weekend of June 23 and 24.
Two riders from Cayman Riding School have secured a place in the British Dressage Online Championship set in October.
Sunday saw 21 riders arrive bright and early at Cayman Riding School, located on Hirst Road in Savannah, to take part in a Clear Round Jumping Show.
Cayman Riding School owner and riding instructor Tracey Surrey and her senior riding instructor Elizabeth Jarvis both competed in a new “online dressage” competition recently launched in the U.K. by British Dressage.
The Cayman Riding School is casting about for some smaller competitors. The Savannah-based riding school, which is affiliated with the British Pony Club, held an educational and fun afternoon program of dog agility training last Saturday.
Now in its 10th year and with more than 50 riders participating, the cool Christmas breeze offered perfect riding conditions for the Christmas Horse Show held at Cayman Riding School in Savannah last weekend.
The clouds and downpour of showers throughout the afternoon did not dampen the excitement on Saturday when Cayman Riding School held the first jumping show of the new competition season.
The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation held its first dressage show of the 2017/2018 season on Sunday.
Cayman riders this summer competed in a Charity Donkey Derby organized by the U.K. Lions Club, helping tp raise more than 3,800 pounds for projects in the local community.
The fourth and final leg of the Cayman Riding School Combined Training League on June 11 featured a combination of a dressage test followed by a round of show jumping.
In the fourth and final National Jumping Series of the Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation on June 4, winners included Eva Muspratt on Oscar in the 0.6m class for ponies.
Cayman’s equestrians shone last weekend in leg 3 of the Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation’s National Jumping Series at the Equestrian Center on the Linford Pierson Highway.
Young equestrians enjoyed Easter Camp at the Cayman Riding School on Hirst Road in Savannah over the long holiday weekend.
Amber McMillan, riding Joe, took first place in Section B Dressage and Sections B and C Combined Training, and Freya Timms, riding Star, was first in Section C Dressage in the third leg of Cayman Riding School’s Combined Training League on Saturday in Savannah.
More than 60 riders participated in the Cayman Riding School’s Christmas Horse Show on Jan. 8. The show is purposely held after the holiday rush, a press release states. “Our Christmas Horse Show is very special and is planned months in advance,” said Tracey Surrey.
A total of 32 riders took part in the second leg of the Cayman Riding School Combined Training League on Oct. 8 at the Hirst Road venue in Savannah. The school introduced a new competition league earlier this year.
A new series of combined training shows was initiated at the Cayman Riding School in Savannah on Sept. 18.
The Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation held the Cayman leg of the Caribbean Equestrian Association Regional Jumping Challenge at Cayman Riding School on Sunday.
Cayman Riding School on Hirst Road in Savannah was the location for the Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation’s Open Jumping Show on March 13.
Riders from Cayman Riding School won most of the ribbons during the second leg of the Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation’s National Jump Series on Feb. 21.
A recent visit by the Cayman Islands Fire Services to the Cayman Riding School on Hirst Road in Savannah was a hit with young riders and firemen alike.
Chloe Fowler, a 13-year-old rising star at Cayman Riding School in Savannah-Newlands, won first place last weekend at a jumping show in Ocala, Florida.
These young equestrians were among the many competitors taking part in the first of four events in the Cayman Islands Equestrian Federation National Jumping...