Tag Archives: Scotts of Thrapston
Posted on27. Mar, 2013 by Julia Berrie.
My name is Eleanor Newton. I am a 20 year old amateur rider based with my horse Duke at home in Hertfordshire. I have been riding since the around the age of four years old, however, as I refused to go on the lead rein, I got off to a slow start! My first pony, [...]
Posted on19. Mar, 2013 by Julia Berrie.
Scotts of Thrapston, the name synonymous with quality timber stables and equestrian buildings, is now becoming known for developing better skills in grassroot event riders through their Rider Development Programme, in partnership with Carlton Horse Trials. The 2013 selection panel included Nick Turner, Sara Tusting (Carlton’s Event Director) and Julia Berrie (Scotts Marketing Manager) who chose this [...]
Posted on12. Mar, 2013 by Julia Berrie.
Scotts of Thrapston is pleased to announce a new partnership that will see the leading timber specialist launch a range of products inspired by the Lord’s The Home of Cricket, and Old Father Time brands. This unique agreement will allow fans to purchase clock towers and replica benches from Scotts, which incorporate the Lord’s and [...]
Posted on04. Feb, 2013 by Julia Berrie.
Scotts of Thrapston is proud to announce an agreement that will see the Northamptonshire firm produce a collection of garden buildings for the Royal Horticultural Society. Scotts has been designing and building the nation’s finest timber summerhouses since before the Second World War, when it produced stunning garden buildings for the British gentry, pioneers of [...]
Posted on29. Oct, 2012 by Julia Berrie.
That time of year is fast approaching when fireworks are a regular sight in the night sky, a time of year that animal lovers dread. With various different organised displays, combined with people letting off fireworks at home over the weekend it can seem like this period goes on for far too long when your [...]
Posted on23. Jul, 2012 by Julia Berrie.
An update from Sarah Hawkins, written a few weeks ago… It’s been a while since my last blog and to say that it has been an eventful last month would be putting it mildly. We had a lovely relaxing family holiday in Sardinia in early June and then it was back to the normal routine [...]
Posted on06. Jul, 2012 by Julia Berrie.
These last couple of weeks have been great fun, other than the rain halting play on what should have been our last training clinic with Nick Turner. Bantry Bay and I have been quite busy with various competitions. I decided that since show jumping was my weakest phase I would take the horses to the [...]
Posted on20. Mar, 2012 by Julia Berrie.
We have a fabulous summer to look forward to, awash with national pride as we host two spectacular events that will be broadcast and enjoyed around the world. This fine country of ours will be in the spotlight like never before as billions tune in to watch the London Olympics and the United Kingdom and [...]
Posted on08. Mar, 2012 by Julia Berrie.
Scotts of Thrapston, has joined up with Carlton Horse Trials for the third year, to run their Rider Development Programme. The project is aimed at encouraging grass-roots riders to improve their riding standards and skills safely, culminating with the riders demonstrating their newly honed skills by competing at Carlton Horse Trials in July. To make [...]
Posted on07. Dec, 2011 by Julia Berrie.
How much could you and your horse progress brushing shoulders with elite athletes training for 2012? If you have ambitions to event at top level but your career needs a kick-start, then look no further! Scotts of Thrapston, in partnership with Carlton Horse Trials, will give two lucky riders an exclusive place on their Rider [...]