Tim Stockdale died last November aged 54, just a month after being diagnosed with stomach cancer. It was a huge loss to the showjumping world. Tim was a superb ambassador for his sport, not just as a rider but as a respected trainer and broadcaster too.He had many great moments during his showjumping career, but one of his proudest was winning the Longines King George V Gold Cup at Hickstead in 2010, riding Fresh Direct Kalico Bay.In his honour, the Bunn family, with the support of Tims wife Laura and their sons Joe and Mark, are inviting teams of ten to run, walk or shuffle half a mile in aid of The Tim Stockdale Foundation at the Longines Royal International Horse Show, Hickstead, on Saturday 27th July 2019 at 6.00pm. Each team of 10 must guarantee to raise a minimum of £2,500 (£250 per participant). One lap on the concrete road around the International Arena (half a mile) must be completed in relay format by each team member. 10 laps for each team. Please give generously, and come along on the day to support all the runners who are getting behind this wonderful cause.
Team Hickstead running 10 for Tim
Fundraising for Oxfordshire Community Foundation
Tim Stockdale, champion showjumper whose view of life was "There's no such word as can't!", died aged 54, a month after being diagnosed with cancer. This campaign will set up a foundation as a legacy to his remarkable life.
Charity Registration No. 1151621