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BRC SEIB Horse Trials Championships

  • Last reviewed: 12th July 2024
Senior 90 Winners Sian Humphreys And Ginnies Victory Senior 90 Winners Sian Humphreys And Ginnies Victory

 2 - 4 August 2024

Venue: Swalcliffe Park, Grange Farm, Swalcliffe, Banbury OX15 5EX 

We are delighted to announce that SEIB Insurance Brokers will be sponsoring the BRC SEIB National Horse Trials Championships and we look forward to welcoming them to this Championships. SEIB specialises in an array of distinct fields, with over 60 years of of experience in horse insurance.

The Provisional Horse Trials Schedule 2024 (2)

The BRC National Horse Trials Championships is a competition for both seniors and juniors, teams and individuals. The event consists of dressage, show jumping and cross country phases.

At the championships, the following classes will be run in a one-day eventing format:

  • Mixed 70
  • Junior 80

The other classes will run in a two-day eventing format:

  • Senior 80 - Day 1: Dressage & show jumping. Day 2: Cross-country  
  • Junior 90 - Day 1: Dressage & show jumping. Day 2: Cross-country 
  • Senior 90 - Day 1: Dressage and Cross-country Day 2: Vet Inspection, Show jumping 
  • Mixed 100 - Day 1: Dressage and Cross-country Day 2: Vet Inspection, Show jumping

Details on the number of jumping efforts, maximum heights and distances can be found in the BRC Handbook.

🏆 Additional Awards 🏆

Additional awards are also given at this championship. Competitors must meet the award eligibility criteria outlined below. An entry form just needs to be filled in and completed on the BRC Sport80 Website (NB: You must have qualified for a relevant championship class to be considered for these awards)

  • Alexa King entry form- A trophy will be awarded in memory of Alexa King to the highest placed individual in the Senior 90 class who is under 25 years old.
  • Carefree Trophy entry form - The Carefree Memorial Trophy will be presented to the most successful combination in the 100 section, where the horse is either ridden or owned by the breeder. The trophy has been donated by Linda Rose to commemorate her brood mare who unfortunately passed away after a quite extraordinary life of only seven short years.
  • Trequite award entry form – Awarded to the highest placed rider/horse combination in the 100cm class who has not been registered together or separately with British Eventing, in the five previous years.
  • Call Me Finn entry form - A trophy will be awarded in memory of Call Me Finn to the highest placed veteran horse (15 years +) in the Senior 90 class.

Important Information


Stabling will be available to book via once championship invites start being sent out.

Please note booking closes 21 days before the start of the competition.

Hat Tagging

All our members are required to have their hats tagged before competing in any BRC qualifier or championship.  

For acceptable specifications, please review our Hat Standards Guidelines.