In memoriam: Sheila Willcox

It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of double European gold medallist Sheila Willcox.

Born in 1937, Sheila was a pioneer for women in the sport of eventing, winning multiple European medals and Badminton titles. Starting her career in The Pony Club, she went on to become the top female rider in British eventing, winning her first Badminton in 1957 after finishing in second place the previous Read More

In memoriam: Sheila Willcox

It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of double European gold medallist Sheila Willcox.

Born in 1937, Sheila was a pioneer for women in the sport of eventing, winning multiple European medals and Badminton titles. Starting her career in The Pony Club, she went on to become the top female rider in British eventing, winning her first Badminton in 1957 after finishing in second place the previous Read More

In memoriam: Sheila Willcox

It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of double European gold medallist Sheila Willcox.

Born in 1937, Sheila was a pioneer for women in the sport of eventing, winning multiple European medals and Badminton titles. Starting her career in The Pony Club, she went on to become the top female rider in British eventing, winning her first Badminton in 1957 after finishing in second place the previous Read More

In memoriam: Sheila Willcox

It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of double European gold medallist Sheila Willcox.

Born in 1937, Sheila was a pioneer for women in the sport of eventing, winning multiple European medals and Badminton titles. Starting her career in The Pony Club, she went on to become the top female rider in British eventing, winning her first Badminton in 1957 after finishing in second place the previous Read More

In memoriam: Sheila Willcox

It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of double European gold medallist Sheila Willcox.

Born in 1937, Sheila was a pioneer for women in the sport of eventing, winning multiple European medals and Badminton titles. Starting her career in The Pony Club, she went on to become the top female rider in British eventing, winning her first Badminton in 1957 after finishing in second place the previous Read More

In memoriam: Sheila Willcox

It is with sadness that we learn of the passing of double European gold medallist Sheila Willcox.

Born in 1937, Sheila was a pioneer for women in the sport of eventing, winning multiple European medals and Badminton titles. Starting her career in The Pony Club, she went on to become the top female rider in British eventing, winning her first Badminton in 1957 after finishing in second place the previous Read More

5 June Update regarding Emily Gilruth

After her fall at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials on 6th May, we are pleased to share the following message from Emily Gilruth:

“Thank you so much to everyone for their kind thoughts, messages and support since my fall at Badminton Horse Trials.

“It is just four weeks since Badminton and I am now recovering at home after an intense programme last week at the Injured Jockey’s Oaksey House in Read More

5 June Update regarding Emily Gilruth

After her fall at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials on 6th May, we are pleased to share the following message from Emily Gilruth:

“Thank you so much to everyone for their kind thoughts, messages and support since my fall at Badminton Horse Trials.

“It is just four weeks since Badminton and I am now recovering at home after an intense programme last week at the Injured Jockey’s Oaksey House in Read More

5 June Update regarding Emily Gilruth

After her fall at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials on 6th May, we are pleased to share the following message from Emily Gilruth:

“Thank you so much to everyone for their kind thoughts, messages and support since my fall at Badminton Horse Trials.

“It is just four weeks since Badminton and I am now recovering at home after an intense programme last week at the Injured Jockey’s Oaksey House in Read More

5 June Update regarding Emily Gilruth

After her fall at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials on 6th May, we are pleased to share the following message from Emily Gilruth:

“Thank you so much to everyone for their kind thoughts, messages and support since my fall at Badminton Horse Trials.

“It is just four weeks since Badminton and I am now recovering at home after an intense programme last week at the Injured Jockey’s Oaksey House in Read More