Rider Information

Sarah Jane Brown

Current Horses:
Rising Sun Lady (Ellie) - 9years 14.2 chestnut project pony that has now been with me 3 years
Dolmen Du Concorde (Fliss) - 8 years 15.2 Irish Sports Horse
Sarnita - 20 years retired advanced venter (my horse of a lifetime)
Kensa - 3 years daughter of above

Level currently competing at: Ellie BE100 moving towards novice, Fliss aim to start season at BE100

Best 2018 result:
Winner BE100 classes at Treborough 1 and Treborough 2 with Ellie. Both horses wins affiliated dressage and showjumping.

Aims for 2019:
Upgrade both girls to Novice and be ready for 1 star by the end of the season.

Why do you love Eventing?:
The people who are so friendly and the test to get all 3 phases ready on one day.

What is your best phase as why?:
Whichever my horse is best at, generally I have a pretty good XC record with not a huge number of penalties.

What is your favourite SXC product?:
So hard to choose they are all awesome, I love my colours but perhaps my very favourite (says someone who hates gloves) is the Sportsline gloves.

Top 3 tips for eventing:
Try and be as fit as your horse
Care and stable management is as important as riding
Have fun

Latest from Sarah Jane Brown

Sarah-Jane End of Season Blog…

Our final competition of the season was an exciting one. We represented our Riding Club Threewaters Riding Club in the new Arena Eventing Qualifiers. It […]

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Sarah Jane on Winning Form…

I am always keen to portray the ups and downs that go with eventing and be honest about the things that don’t go as well. […]

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Start of the Season for Shoestring…

It definitely seems all go at Shoestring Eventing. With the season kicking off I am starting to upload and administer the course photos section of […]

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Sarah Jane Brown’s Season Round Up…

It has been a rollercoaster season that started off with one horse for sale and Ellie my supposed project pony diagnosed with a neurological condition.  […]

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Changes for Sarah Jane Brown…

Really pleased that following the diagnosis of a neurological problem Ellie has come back into full work and returned to BE. She is currently being […]

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