We are delighted to announce

The Snowball Farm ODE Trophy 2018

£700 1st Place Cash Prize Winner-takes-all

This new competition offers qualifying opportunities in the 90cm individual One-Day Event classes at:

Snowball Farm’s One Day Events on Saturday 21 April and Saturday 26 May 2018

Enter online

and at:

HWRC Area 6 National Riding Club Horse Trials Qualifier at:

Snowball Farm on Sunday 27 May 2018

1st to 5th qualify.

Finals to be held at the Burnham Beeches Horse Trials 2018 on Sunday 23 September 2018 at Snowball Farm. The finals winner will receive £700 cash prize.

General Rules

Easter 2018 Fun Horse Show – Cancelled

March 7, 2018

Monday 2 April 2018 – Cancelled We are sorry but due to the weather and ground conditions we have decided to cancel the Easter Show. However – we are still inviting entries for our Art Competition.   Art Competition: two sections – 12yrs and under and 13yrs-16yrs.  Entries close Saturday 31 March 2018 Just drop […]

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Cross Country at Snowball Farm

February 28, 2017

If you are planning on competing at one of Snowball Farm’s One Day Events or the Hunter Trials, or perhaps you are thinking of bringing your horse or pony to one of our Cross Country Schooling days to get in some practice, we thought you might like to see some examples of our Cross Country […]

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Simulated Cross Country Training

March 8, 2018

Whatever your level these training sessions will help you and your horse develop technique, continue your winter training, prepare for competition Thursday 12 April 2018 Friday 13 April 2018 Saturday 14 April 2018 1hr Groups: £35.00 45mins Private: £55.00 Horse Hire: £12.00 (subject to availability) Sessions Introduction to Cross Country (for riders who have never ridden Cross Country) […]

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March Newsletter

February 23, 2017

Yard News Welcome to Benny, Louise Mottola’s new horse. Welcome also to Kyle Conroy’s new horse, Blueberry. Zoe Vinden and Harley have left – best wishes to them both. Staff News Rebecca Sobol and Elvis have left – we wish them both all the best. Rebecca Matthews and Derry have left – good luck to you […]

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February Newsletter

January 31, 2017

Yard News Welcome to Polly – Lauren Docherty’s new mare.  We welcome Mr H to the riding school. Staff News Paul Lee joins as an Instructor. Natasha (Tash) Dalton and Ayesha McNulty join our BHS Student team. Welcome to Jordan Adewale, our new trainee groom. MONDAY NIGHT RACING at WINDSOR RACE COURSE 19 June 2017 […]

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January Newsletter

January 20, 2017

Sheila and Natalie and all the staff at Snowball Farm wish you a very Happy New Year and a peaceful and prosperous 2017. YARD NEWS Welcome to Diani’s new youngster: Delilah STAFF NEWS Amanda Thompson has left – we wish her every success. NEWS Thank you to everyone who came to our Save the Children […]

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New Year’s Camp

December 1, 2016

Welcome in the New Year at Snowball Farm! Saturday 31 December 2016 to Sunday 1 January 2017 Ride your favourite horse and party with your mates – does it get much better? Bring your overnight gear (sleeping bag + pillow, pyjamas and dressing gown, wash bag and towel, and lots of warm riding gear and […]

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December newsletter

November 30, 2016

YARD NEWS Welcome to new livery Katy Rule and her horse Holmes. We also welcome Nikki Mills’ new horse Bella. And we welcome chestnut Mickey who will be joining the Riding School. Rebecca S. and Elvis (left) with Rebecca M. and Derry (right) out for a lovely autumn hack with Tenzin and Mickey (centre).   […]

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November Newsletter

November 2, 2016

YARD NEWS We are delighted to welcome Bungle, Sprout, Coco and Spotty to Snowball Farm Riding School from The Blue Cross.  They are all very green, either unbroken or lightly broken.  We will be working with them over the Winter.  Spotty and Coco are making good progress while Sprout and Bungle may take a little […]

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