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Hickstead

Hickstead , a hamlet to the west of Burgess Hill in West Sussex, is the location of the All England Jumping Course which was opened in 1960 by Douglas Bunn. It boasts 6 arenas and can seat over 5000 spectators. Its principal event is the British Jumping Derby, although it also stages dressage and arena polo. Winners of the Hickstead Derby since 2000 are shown below.

2000 The Hickstead Derby winner was Welham ridden by John Whitaker
2001 The Hickstead Derby winner was Corrada ridden by Peter Charles
2002 The Hickstead Derby winner was Corrada ridden by Peter Charles
2003 The Hickstead Derby winner was Corrada ridden by Peter Charles
2004 The Hickstead Derby winner was Buddy Burn ridden by John Whitaker
2005 The Hickstead Derby winner was Alfredo II ridden by Ben Maher
2006 The Hickstead Derby winner was Cortaflex Mondriaan ridden by William Funnell
2007 The Hickstead Derby winner was Cassabachus ridden by Geoff Billington
2008 The Hickstead Derby winner was Cortaflex Mondriaan ridden by William Funnell
2009 The Hickstead Derby winner was Cortaflex Mondriaan ridden by William Funnell
2010 The Hickstead Derby winner was Skip Two Ramiro ridden by Guy Williams
2011 The Hickstead Derby winner was Promised Land ridden by Tina Fletcher
2012 The Hickstead Derby winner was Loughnatousa WB ridden by Paul Breecher
2013 The Hickstead Derby winner was Caritiar Z ridden by Phillip Miller
2014 The Hickstead Derby winner was Adventure De Kannan ridden by Trevor Breen
2015 The Hickstead Derby winner was Loughnatousa WB ridden by Trevor Breen
2016 The Hickstead Derby winner was Glenavadra Brilliant ridden by William Whitaker