with the days getting longer and spring around the corner, these winter development classics give riders a great chance to get new horses up and running.south view is one of the few centres with a natural surface, which perhaps puts riders off competing here, which is a great pity.in my opinion, the ground jumps very well. there were 19 clears out of 34 starters over a strong 1.30m track in the winter b&c, which shows how well horses perform on it. with a good range of classes, the schedule works well as riders can bring young and green horses.despite the excellent prize money, entries were low and the organisers must be disappointed with the lack of support. at these shows, all prize money in the schedule must be paid out and while that’s good news for riders, you must have sympathy for south view organisers, who paid seven prizes for 13 starters in a 1.40m class (£1,500).the lack of entries could be due to several factors, including the usual clash with the sunshine tours in europ...