Aughnacloy 2DE 28th & 29th August… (Track & Trace Forms)

Please download, fill out & bring with you to event.

By kind permission of Peter McConnell..

Organiser: Dominic Mulldoon
Course Designer: John Goodwin.
Technical Delegate: Terry Logan.
Dressage Judge: Eamon Lynch.

Full Dressage and Cones with 6 Obstacles, in a flat 38 acre field.
Catering on siteMusic on the Saturday Night…. Anyone who would like to volunteer to help as  Obstacle Stewards Etc. Please contact Dominic 07394 090720 

Entries to Denise Taylor by Text or Email – 07549 868233 Email denise@nicda.co.uk  Entries close on Tuesday 24th August.
Directions: In Aughnacloy at the Bureau-de-Change, turn left onto Ravalle Road, aprox., half a mile to venue.
All are welcome to park-up on Friday night and permitted to use corrals for stabling.

Message from Mary Bryson

It is with great sadness that I am writing to give note that John Cowdery has passed away.

John was a ‘founder member’ in the early days of British Carriage Driving in the early 80’s. In many ways John and his carriage driving  ‘ cohorts’ set the tone of competitive carriage driving , they were a great ‘team’, It was a far cry from the traditional coachmanship which John held as a true passion but John embraced the changes and through the early days of Carriage Driving ,as a competitive sport, many of the traditions and standards were maintained.

I have been asked by Sara Clingan to write this on behalf of the NICDA, we were both mentored by John as apprentice Judges and he was incredibly kind and imparted his knowledge and views with a quiet authority.

When we were both competing in the single pony classes in the early 80’s , 2 rookie drivers with modest but pocket rocket ponies , John’s help was always there, this from a coachman at the highest level.

In his time with British Carriage Driving John’s input will always be  highly valued .

The last time I saw John was at Lowther were he was commentating, he ,like his son Andrew had a good voice for commentary, my only regret is that I never heard him sing, he was a grand chorister!

On a personal note Bill and I had many happy times with John and Pat, great memories.

Thank you John.

Thoughts are with the family.

Mary Bryson

Dirraw Farm Equestrian ODE Event, Finvoy

NICDA are very pleased to announce our next event will be at the Dirraw Farm Equestrian Centre, Finvoy. Ballymoney on Saturday 24th July.

ODE. Dressage, Full Cones, and 4/5 Obstacles with Water Splash.

. Track & Trace Forms :.. Please download or copy and bring with you. This applies to everyone attending event. Entries to Denise Taylor Mob 07549868233..Please give details of Class.

Everyone welcome on Friday night, Campfire and Singsong….

Entries A.S.A.P. no later than Tuesday, 20th July. Entry fee £35 Juniors £20 Cash on the day please.

Shanes Castle 2021. All Ireland Championship & BC Regional Qualifier

Click Link Below for details of Event.

Please Get Entries in by Thursday 1st. July. Entries to Sharon 07921192762

Entry Fee £60 .. Juniors £30

NICDA, Terryglassog 2DE, 26th & 27th June…

NICDA, Terryglassog 2DE, 26th & 27th June.. by Kind permission of the  Scott family…

Organisers: John Goodwin.
Course Designer: John Goodwin.

TD Terry Logan

Entries to Vera Hegarty. Mobile 07540134325
Email: vc.hegarty@gmail.com
Please have Entries in by Tuesday 22nd June.

£40 all classes, £20 Juniors

Chip wagon all weekend…

Pre Novice Competitors:- Drive 1 to 15 in Cones, Start from Vet Stop and drive A to D only in Obstacles and not the water Obstacle.

Directions: M1 west, leads onto Carriageway A4 Enniskillen, aprox. 5 Miles exit onto B45 Eglish/Caledon. 2.2 Miles on Eglish Rd.,
Turn right onto Terryglassog Rd. 

Travel 0.3 of a Mile, Left turn onto Terryglassog,Shanmoy Rd., 1/3rd Mile to event.

Directions from Armagh A29 (Dungannon/Moy) (Through Moy) At roundabout Jt.15 1st Exit to Dual carriageway (A4 Enniskillen) 3rd Exit B45 Eglish ( through Eglish village) Right on Terryglassog Rd. (at a bend in road) 0.3 mls left on Terryglassog/Shanmoy Rd. 0.3 mls to Venue on Left. ( Scott Farm)