2 - 4 August 2019
Swalcliffe Park Equestrian, Grange Farm, Swalcliffe, Banbury, Oxon OX15 5EX
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We are delighted to welcome back NAF as sponsors of the 2019 National Horse Trials Championships.
The BRC NAF Five Star 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 as well as roads and tracks and steeplechase for selected classes (please see below for which classes this applies to).
Click here for the 2019 times (PDF)
Make sure you take time to read the Competitor Information here. This may answer some of your questions (PDF)
BRC NAF Five Star National Horse Trials Championships 2019 Weekend Competitor Activities Timetable (PDF)
Long Format Event Preparation Article, with great advice and tips pre and post horse trials event. (PDF)
Click here for the 2019 Timetable of events (PDF)
Click here for the 2019 schedule (PDF)
BRC NAF PROFEET Senior HT 80 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF PROFEET Junior HT 80 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF Magic Junior HT 90 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF Superflex Junior HT 100 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF PROFEET Open HT 80 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF Magic Senior HT 90 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF Superflex Senior HT 100 Championship Results (PDF)
BRC NAF Superflex Open HT 100+ Championship Results (PDF)
There are seven classes for members to compete in:
- Senior HT80
- Senior HT90
- Senior HT100
- Open HT100+
- Junior HT80
- Open HT80
- Junior HT90
- Junior HT100
At the championships the HT100 and HT100+ take place over three days as a traditional long format competition. Dressage is completed on the first day; The roads and tracks and steeplechase phases are in addition to the cross country on the second day with the show jumping on the third and final day. The HT100+ is at the same height as the HT100 in the cross country phase, but with the show jumping at 110cm - this competition is open to both juniors and seniors who are able to compete in a mixed class.
The HT90 take place over two days, also with roads and tracks and steeplechase in addition to the cross country phase. Dressage and Show Jumping are completed on day one before they embark on the different phases on day two.
The HT80 classes are one-day events with no roads and tracks or steeplechase. Competitors ride their dressage, followed by the show jumping round and lastly they will tackle the cross country all in one day. Open HT80 is open for both senior and junior individual and will run over two days. Details can be found in the BRC handbook and schedule.
Additional awards are also given at Horse Trials. For eligibility criteria for these, please see the information sheet below. To enter, simply fill in a form and get it sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or print off send it in with your championship entry form. NB: You must have qualified for a championship class to be considered for these awards.
Click here for extra information on the additional awards.
Online Stable Booking is available for BRC championships. Once your booking account is created, it can be used for any future championship stabling bookings. Please note, stabling closes 21 days before the start of competition.
Hat Tagging and Body Protectors
All members are required to have their hats tagged before competing in any BRC qualifier or championship. For acceptable specifications, check the Hat Standards Guidelines.
All competitors in BRC XC phases must now wear a BETA Level 3 (Purple or Blue Label) Body Protector manufactured in the year 2009 or after. Further information on permitted body protectors can be found in the downloads section of the website.
If you are interested in bringing a Trade Stand to this event, please get in contact with Meg Haase (email@example.com, 02476 840595)
British Riding Clubs have once again taken out abandonment insurance for the three outdoor 2019 Championships that are held on grass, and therefore have a greater likelihood of being subject to weather related abandonment compared to those held at a permanent venue. These Championships are: the Festival of the Horse, the National Horse Trials and the National Championships. This insurance covers these events in the case of abandonment due to adverse weather conditions. Should any of these three events be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions, and the insurance policy conditions are satisfied, then all Championship entry fees and stable booking fees will be refunded in full. This excludes all Prelim entry fees for the Championship, and Area entry fees for the associated qualifiers. For all other BRC events, the refund policy as detailed in the current BRC Handbook will stand.