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Great excitement for our group recently when a film crew working with RDA head office came to film some of our riders in action. RDA is making a documentary, and has been visiting various groups around the country to take footage and do interviews. Our photo shows Abdallah getting ready for his interview.... he did well! Lucy, Jodie, Abdullah and Rebecca all came to ride and be filmed by the crew, and a lot of fun was had posing for photos, being filmed in the arena and making sure everyone smiled for the cameras! The documentary should be out at the end of March.
We have just held our third 200 Club draw for 2021.
Congratulations to our two winners, who have been contacted by email,
for winning prizes of £50 and £30.
If you'd like the chance to win some money, do join our 200 Club. It only costs £15 for a year, and you might win a lot more than put in! To join, please contact email@example.com
Our photo shows one our riders, Lucy, making the draw.
The Cambridge College RDA held its fifth 200 Club draw yesterday. If you were a winner you will already have received an email letting you know, so for those who haven't won, better luck next time.
We had 104 members for this draw, so the prizes were £50 and £30. The amount contributed to RDA funds was £128.
Thank you for your support and fingers crossed for the next and final draw of this year on the 3rd December.
If you would like to join our 200 Club and support the Cambs College RDA, please fill out the contact form on the left and we will pass on your details to the organiser.
|Horses, Bob and Larry keeping an eye on proceedings!|
Who will be the next winner?
For more information and a membership form, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or 01223 892390
|Mary Page says hello to one of the horses on the yard at the College of West Anglia where the|
Cambs College RDA group is based.
|Freestyle moves demonstrating balance/strength|
Olivia Cornick rode Ronaldo for her first international competition at the Bishop Burton CPEDI* in August. With an average score of 67.511% across the Individual, Team and Freestyle classes it was a superb performance.
Olivia and Ronaldo have now been selected for the Keysoe CPEDI** in October - we wish them lots of luck!
Lizzie Bennett travelled to Wales for the Talygarn EC BEV competition at the beginning of August. She was vaulting on a borrowed horse (whom she met for the first time that day) called Celt, owned by Eryri Vaulting Group.
Eleanor Currington rode Drunkeen Boy (Boysie) in the Bronze Grade 3 Para class at Essendon and Epping Forest Dressage Group (EEFDG) in August. Eleanor won the class with a fantastic score of 71.11%.