Charlotte Clewlow

Event Rider From Cheshire

Most Memorable Horse/Pony: Diamond Will (aka William) has to be my most memorable horse who took me to 1* and BE Intermediate and Fortunes Enigma (aka Donut) was a pony who took me from 2’3″ to my first BE Novice.

Top Tip: Always keep things organised. Have lots of patience and be prepared for lots of ups and downs. Also build a great support team (mine is fantastic, made up of owners, friends and family.)

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Spring is in sight!! – Charlotte Clewlow


This year began with a fantastic week in France skiing with the family – it was nice to have a break and then lovely to come back home with spring in sight!! I have had a busy time since with riding, clipping, farrier and osteopath visits. My first outing was to Kelsall Hill Arena Eventing […]

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2016 in numbers – Charlotte Clewlow


12 Horses evented 20 Days eventing 41 Completions 1 Tumble taken in competition (ouch!) 18 Top 10 placing 20.5 Personal best ever finishing score to win at Stafford on Paddy 20.5 Best dressage score this year 1035  Cross country fences jumped 455 Show jumped fences jumped 14 British Showjumping outing 6 Horses competed 337 Pounds won 12 Top 4 placing 4 Years […]



The end of the season – Charlotte Clewlow


The last two events of the season were Kelsall Hill and Weston Park. Kelsall was a busy event with 4 horses competed on the Friday and 2 on the Sunday.   Friday saw Lady and Mollie finish their first season of eventing, these two young 6-year-old mares both had a good event, both had good […]

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Progressing – Charlotte Clewlow


August started with a lovely day at Cholmondeley Horse trials with Paddy who produced a nice dressage test for 27.8, had a silly pole show jumping and stormed the cross country to take 2nd place, such a lovely consistent horse. My average day on the yard during August has been quite busy I generally work […]

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Bringing on young horses – Charlotte Clewlow


I currently have four young horses that have all competed during July, it is always interesting to progress them on and can be a challenge to get the balance of training and competing right for each horse. My aim is to ensure that the young horses have the confidence to enjoy their job and want to try […]

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How time flies – Charlotte Clewlow


Not quite sure how we are 6 months into the year – how time flies! June felt like it must of been a record month for long days with early morning’s and a few 4am alarm calls. We have on occasion left the house in the dark and returned in the dark – these are […]

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Competitions and Youngsters – Charlotte Clewlow


May has been a month of competitions and training youngsters. I’m loving the sunshine and light evening although my hours of work are getting longer and longer, it’s a good job I love what I do. We started the month with XC schooling in the sunshine at Somerford. Katie had her first experience of XC […]



A month of Variety – Charlotte Clewlow


April has been a month of variety I have ridden about 15 different horses, whilst trying to dodge the rain and hail. The month started with good news that Joey’s fracture was healing well – in fact the x-ray showed it healed, the vets gave me permission to start turning him out – sedated of […]



A Fantastic start to the event season – Charlotte Clewlow


March seems to have been a month of babies, 4yr old Katie whom I backed in January went home for a break after her first show jump outing. Her owners Spring Stud sent 5 yr old 16.3hh Pippa over who was being weaned from her foal and backed, she has a lovely temperament and is progressing well. […]



The end of an era – Charlotte Clewlow


January ended with the end of an era for us at CJC Eventing, the lorry that we have used for over 11 years went up for sale. It holds so many memories as I was just 10 when it was bought and still on my 13.2hh pony. We have literally toured the country in it […]

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