Six of Badsworth and Bramham moor’s Best

The Field - - Opening Shots -

Hamp­sth­waite

In the north of the old Bramham Moor coun­try with beau­ti­ful scenery and neat fields bounded by walls, hedges and po­stand-rail fences.

wee­ton

Sit­ting in glo­ri­ous rolling coun­try­side next to the River Wharfe, this area

is also in the north of the old Bramham Moor coun­try and is in the cream of the BBMH’S hedge-jump­ing coun­try.

Camp­sall

In the south of the BBMH’S coun­try, this is a very pop­u­lar day and jump­ing is guar­an­teed as it is the venue for one of the BBMH’S

cross-coun­try events.

Frick­ley park

The Badsworth used to have its team chase here and own­ers Char­lie

and Jayne Warde-al­dam are very sup­port­ive. Now a pres­ti­gious horse-tri­als venue, this is a great jump­ing day, all in

a park­land set­ting.

sta­ple­ton park

Venue for the open­ing meet and the fam­ily home of Joint Mas­ter Katie Brown­bridge.

“Al­ways a day to en­joy with jumps whichever way we turn. Woods full of jumps of all sizes,” says Joint Mas­ter Cathy He­witt.

north lodge, Bryam park

A very var­ied coun­try that makes for a very ‘goey’ day.

To visit, con­tact hon­orary sec­re­tary Claire

Need­ham: sec­re­[email protected]

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