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Welcome to Seechem

Seechem Equestrian Centre is situated on the Worcestershire and Warwickshire border and set in 50 acres of beautiful countryside, yet only a few minutes from junctions 2 and 3 of the M42. We are easily accessible from Birmingham, Solihull, Worcester and Alcester.

Seechem Equestrian Centre Ltd, Rowney Green Lane, Rowney Green, nr. Alvechurch,Birmingham B48 7EL
Tel: 0121 445 2333

Please note that some of the older Sat Nav units will direct you to Seechem Barn (Icknield street) and not to Seechem Equestrian Centre. If in doubt please call the office for directions.

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Excellent facilities

Seechem Equestrian Centre boasts superb facilities. Set in 50 acres of undulating countryside, the centre has both an indoor and outdoor arena ( the indoor school has a new Andrew Bowen competition surface), as well as a  show jumping field with coloured and rustic fences . All these facilities are available to our clients in the lessons or at weekend activities and training sessions.

We hold regular competitions ( dressage, clear round jumping ) and clinics which are open to all riders in the area.

The indoor school, outdoor arena and the show jumping field are available for private hire. Please call the office on 0121 445 2333 for prices and availability.

Recent Articles

16
Mar

Seechem Winter Dressage Series – the Champions

The Seechem Winter Dressage Championship series consisted of 5 different dressage competitions. Throughout the series competitors collected points for wins and placements in their class. Those competitors who collected most points overall in their individual class were crowned champions.  Below you find the names of the champions and reserve champions in each class. Please note Class 1 was split into 3 categories – Lead rein/assisted, 16 and under and an open class.

Class 1 : 

Lead rein/assisted:        Champion – Amy Turvey on Ben and Reserve Champion – Joseph McConnell on Vinte.

16 and under:                  Champion – Leland Woodfield on Larry and Reserve Champion – Scarlett Handford on Teddy

Open:                                  Champion – Gail Ellen on Stella and Reserve Champion Liz Trotman on Oliver

Class 2 (PC intro):

Champion –  Lorraine Gilbert on Banjo and Reserve Champion – Jackie Eddington on Bracken

Class 3 (Prelim):

Champion – Charlotte Jones on Arabella and Reserve Champion – Chris Styles on Beryl

Class 4 (Novice):

Champion – Julie Curling on Ranger and Reserve Champion Caroline Laudren on Goose

Class 5 (Elementary):

Champion – Julia Jones on Maise and Reserve Champion Caroline Laudren on Goose

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16
Mar

Dressage competition 12th March 2017 – Results

Today’s dressage competition was the last of our winter dressage series and for once the weather was kind to us. No rain, snow, wind – just lovely spring temperatures with a bit of sunshine. The winners of todays competition were as follows:

Class 1 British Dressage Intro C :

Lead Rein/assisted :                            Kelly Taylor on Alice

Junior ( under 16 years) :                    Leland Woodfield on Larry

Open:                                                  Helen Ellis on Katie May

Class 2 Pony Club Intro :                Indie Kaushal on Flash Jack

Best under 16 in class:                     Scarlett Handford on Teddy

Class 3 – Prelin 7:                                 Charlotte Jones on Arabella

Class 4 – Novice  28:                           Lisa Tisor on Kluer

Class 5 – Elementary 42:                    Caroline Laudren on Goose

Many congratulations to all of todays winners and well done to all competitors

10
Jan

Dressage on 15th January cancelled

We have just been informed that a yard in Rowney Green has reported a case of strangles. As a precaution we have decided to cancel the dressage competition scheduled for Sunday 15th of January. The entrance money can either be re-funded or transferred to the next dressage taking place on 12th of February 2017. Sorry for any inconvenience caused by this cancellation but I am sure you all agree it is better to be “save than sorry”.

8
Jan

January 2017 – Events Programme

Sunday 8.01.2017                          Show Jumping Clinic with David Austin (open to all riders)

Sunday 15.01.2017                        Winter dressage competition (open to all riders)  cancelled

Sunday 22.01.2017 am                  Pony Club Rally  (Seechem Pony Club Centre members only)

Sunday 22.01.2017 (pm)               Drill ride to music  (open to all riders)

Sunday 29.01.2017                       Arena Trec Practise Session (open to all riders)

 

For further information on any of these events please read the individual posts below

 

8
Jan

Pony Club Rally

Pony ClubSunday 22nd January 2017, 10am to 1pm

This rally will only be open to members of the Seechem Pony Club Centre. (Any of our regular junior riders who are not yet member, but want to sign up for membership please talk to your instructor after the session).

During the session we will plan the next achievements and badges to work towards, the session will also involve riding to see what riding certificates/tests to aim for.

Please bring your membership cards and any certificates/ achievement badges you already have.

8
Jan

Arena Trec Practise Session

trecFollowing on from our Introduction to Trec Demonstration in November, we are holding
Arena Trec Practice sessions
Sunday January 29th 2017
1 Hour group slots,with a maximum of 4 in a group.
Own horse £15.
Seechem horse/pony £30 ( restricted to current weekly riders)
A great opportunity to try/introduce you and your horse to Trec obstacles, in a relaxed environment with advice and guidance from experienced competitors/enthusiasts.
Start time tbc.
Please book in advance to reserve your place, either PM or phone Seechem Equestrian Centre 01214452333(office hours)