Another lovely day in the dales for this year’s Eric Ridley Memorial Trophy Trial. We had a great entry of 90 riders and the provisional results are available to download here:
Eric Ridley – Provisional Results 2017
Thank you’s: Richmond Motor Club would like to thank the landowners, observers, Clerk of the course and helpers, Secretaries and anyone else involved in the running of today’s trial. Also thank you to all the riders for entering and taking part.
Saturday 2nd December Richmond Motor Club Annual Farmers Dinner and Presentation at the Garden Room Tennants – final call for tickets. Any Farmers/Gamekeepers who have received their tickets but would like to reserve a table please just let Anne know with names of those on the table (contact details on the attached form) 2017 Dinner Dance Flyer
Saturday 9th December – Easy Clubman and Youth Christmas Trial – New Venue – Swan Farm, Redmire, DL8 4HA. 11.30 am start. Catering will be available at the start.
Sunday 10th December -Youth Presentation – Join us for a great party to celebrate the 2017 Youth Trialing Year at The Cricket Club, Richmond. Details can be downloaded here: 2017 YOUTH PRESENTATION
Todays Start Field – Photo Credit Charlotte Brown
The Weather managed to hold out for today’s Centre Championship Trial in the heart of Swaledale. 2 Laps of 20 sections made for a great days sport. The provisional results are available to download here: GE Brown 2017 Centre Championship Provisional Results
As always Richmond Motor Club would like to thank the Landowners, Observers, Clerk of the Course and helpers, Secretaries and anyone else involved in the running of today’s trial. Also thank you to all the riders for entering and taking part.
Future Events :
Scott Trial – (Marske) – Saturday 21st October 2017 – programmes available shortly at the usual outlets
Hardstyles Easy Clubman Youth Trial (Marske) – Sunday 29th October 2017 – Easy Clubman/Youth/Small Course – 10.30am Start
Eric Ridley (Hurst) – Sunday 19th November 2017 – Adults/Green/Clubman/A Class – 10.30am Start
James Stones 2017 Reeth 3 Day Winner – photo courtesy of Charlotte Brown
Richmond Motor Club would like to thank all those involved in the running of this years Reeth 3 Day Championship Trial. A great weekend of trialing was had by all, starting off on Friday with sections around the Hurst area with the Riders carvery event in the evening. Our thanks go to Lindsey, Martin and all their team for another great meal, it takes a very special organisation to provide a hot carvery for 350+ people in a marquee in a field! This was their last 3 day providing the catering for us as their work load increases else where. The weather this year played a big part with torrential rain on Saturday, but the trial went on with 35 sections around Arkengarthdale. Sunday brought a better day weather wise with 30 sections around Swaledale.
We would like to thank all the landowners, tenant farmers, gamekeepers, observers & sponsors without whom, as always, the trial could not run. Also the 3 Day Team (too numerous to mention) including the Clerks of the Course and their assistants, for all working so hard to make the weekend run smoothly. Many thanks as well to all the riders for entering, taking part and making the journey from near and far and battling the elements on Saturday.
Finally many congratulations to James Stones on winning the Cliff Addison Trophy, Philip Alderson on winning the Green Course and Anthony Stephen for winning the Clubman Course.
Provisional Results can be downloaded here: Reeth 3 Day 2017 – Provisional Final Results
Reeth 3 Day Awards Sheet: Reeth Three Day Awards 2017
Here are Friday and Saturdays provisional results:
Friday AND Saturday Course Order Scores
We hope to have the final results up later today or early tomorrow morning.
Here are the provisional results for Friday – rider order and course order for those of you who can’t make it to the start field. After torrential rain this morning, the sun is now out and we await the remainder of the observer cards and will put up Saturday’s results as soon as we can. Many thanks to everyone (observers, riders, organisers etc etc) for keeping going today under difficult circumstances. Lets hope tomorrows weather is a little kinder!
Friday Course Order Scores Friday Rider Order Scores