The Hodgemoor Curry Night – fund-raising event – Thursday 8 November


A fun evening to raise money for Hodgemoor at  Milton’s Indian Restaurant, Deanway,  Chalfont St Giles, starting at 7 p.m. with dinner at 7.30 p.m. £23 per person of which £5 goes to your Association for renovating trails in the woods. The buffet selection includes:-

  • 1 Poppadum
  • Appetizers: Vegetable Somasa, Onion Bhajee, Chicken Tikka and Sheek Kabab.
  • Main Course: Chicken Tikka Masala, Lamb Dupiaza,
  • Vegetarian: Sag Aloo, Mixed Vegetable curry
  • Accompaniments: Pilau Rice, Boiled Rice and Plain Nan Bread

Please help promote thge event and let your friends know about it. Download this information on an A4 pdf and post a copy at your yard… curry night 2018

After dinner entertainment will be provided by great pop/rock/folk  guitar player and singer,  Adam Theobald. Adam is a fabulous singer and entertainer and it would be great to pack out this event.  All welcome for a great musical, fun night.

Only use the PayPal button below if you have a cónfirmation from Susie or Francesca that your place has been reserved.

For group bookings (more than four people) you can also email  with number required for table reservation. All reservations must be made and paid by 5th November so that we can make sure we sell it out and raise some good funds. Make sure you email Francesca with your name, email address, how many people you paid for, and their names. PayPal queries to  You can use a card on PayPal, or send a cheque to Hodgemoor Riding Association to Susie Bicknell, Homefarm Orchard, Kirby Close, Chalfont St Giles, Hp8 4FF.


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Hodgemoor Le Trec, Saturday 8th September 2018

29 competitors contested Le Trec 2018. Overall champion and open champion was Georgia O'Connell on Indie. Carol Fletcher on Charlie won the beginners class.
Download the 3-phase results at hodgemoor_trec_results_2018
Download the marks details of the orienteering phase 3 at trec_2018_phase_3_orienteering_detail


Hodgemoor Le Trec, Easter Saturday 15th April 2017

 Email for details or download  the entry form from  [resource to be added/renewed shortly]

Hodgemoor Cross Country Hunter Challenge Sunday 30th October 2016

26 competitors entered the Hodgemoor Cross Country Hunter Challenge on Sunday 30th October 2016 and jumped over 6 show jumps and straight on to the 22 cross country jumps at Homefarm Orchard, Chalfont St Giles. The weather remained misty throughout the morning and we could hardly see the far end of the course; walky-talkies were in use. Check out the movies and photos on Facebook. Class 1 over low jumps (1 foot to 2 foot 6) was won by Steph Reed on Romeo with a clear round and just 2 time faults (Time penalties 1 point per 5 seconds too slow or 1 point per 10 seconds too fast, against a bogey time of 3 minutes 05). 11-year old Alicia Slade on Billy was second by just one point. Jo Brett and our ex-champion Chris Edmunds tied for 3rd. Class 2 (jumps up to 3 feet including the ferocius Bread Loaf and Mr MacGregor's Chicken Hutch was also won by Steph Reed... a clear round and just 2 time faults again. Chris Edmunds pipped Jo Brett to 2nd. Over £200 were raised for Hodgemoor funds, which go towards maintaining the trails in Hodgemoor Woods. For the full results please click on [resource to be added/renewed shortly]

Hodgemoor Le Trec – April 2016 at Homefarm Orchard, Chalfont St Giles.

No report.

Hodgemoor Le Trec – Sunday 19th April 2015 at Homefarm Orchard, Chalfont St Giles.

34 riders and their horses and ponies competed on a cold but dry day for the annual Le Trec event. Phase 1 obstacles and Phase 2 control of paces were held in the Bicknells’ bottom field. The Phase 3 Orienteering took riders through Hodgemoor and round the Seer Green Loop for and hour and a half to two hours.

Here are the complete results. You can download three spreadsheets here to get your complete detailed results and judges’ comments.

Stunning performance by Tessa Bayliss, first in each of the 3 Phases and of course overall. Sasha Budzynski 2nd, Aida Molineux 3rd, Jean Hicks 4th and Harriet Allen 5th (riding for Val Janes). Great performances across the field, let down only by poor reporting of times on the orienteering waypoints by some teams.

Overall results and Phases 1 and 2 detail: 

Your marks in the Phase 3 Orienteering:   [resource to be added/renewed shortly]

The ranking when divided between Open and Beginners classes:  [resource to be added/renewed shortly]


There are rosettes for riders placed in the top six of any Phase (and the sum of Phases 1 and 2) in both Open and Beginners classes but if you were top six in more than one phase or overall then you will get the more senior ranked rosette. Check with Susie by email .

Well done, everybody. Another great Hodgemoor Trec and so enjoyable for horses and humans. Regards, Marcus.