Showjumping showcase at Hill House for ambucopter

Daniel Moseley and Billy Grand winners of the Templant Events Queen Elizabeth II Cup. Picture by www.kathrynpearnmedia.co.uk EMN-141022-093204001
Daniel Moseley and Billy Grand winners of the Templant Events Queen Elizabeth II Cup. Picture by www.kathrynpearnmedia.co.uk EMN-141022-093204001

Osgodby’s Hill House Equestrian is kicking off the winter with a fantastic fundraiser for Lincs Air Ambulance.

Proprietor, Trudy Clark is bringing together the local equestrian community once again with the help from local International show jumper Daniel Moseley, to give a free evening demo at this popular equestrian venue.

They will showcase show jumping in a two and a half hour action packed evening at the centre this Saturday, November 1.

“It was such a great evening last year, that when Daniel approached me to repeat the fun informative evening I did not hesitate to say yes straight away,” said Trudy, who has only been at the helm of the centre for the last 18 months.

“And to be able to do it to raise money for such a valued asset as the Air Ambulance is an honour.”

At 23, Daniel Mosely is one of the UK’s brightest young international show jumpers and the crowd will be wowed with a rare insight into how this talented young man trains his horses.

Daniel, who has recently moved to the area, said: “It is a great opportunity for me to introduce myself to those in the area I have not met.

“The evening will be great fun and hopefully the audience will learn from it too”.

The evening starts at 6.30pm and there will be a break after an hour or so, when the raffle will be drawn.

There will also be a brief introduction to postural analysis on horse and rider, and how it can improve performance, by Amy Motram and Amanda McMullan, before Daniel gives more insight into his training methods, finishing with a chance to ask questions

The evening is open to everyone and to book your place visit the website at www.
hillhouseequestrian.com