BRC NAF Interdressage League for BRC Clubs and Centres
It has been another excellent year for the BRC Clubs and Centres taking part in the BRC Interdressage League. Last years winning BRC Club was Malvern Hills RC and the overall individual winning rider was Henrietta Senn riding Bobby. NAF will be sponsoring the Interdressage League this year and will be providing a fabulous prize to the wining Horse and Rider combination each month.
Riders can participate in all the Interdressage dressage, style jumping, showing and novelty classes, which run each month, for full details visit the Interdressage website.
To find out more about what's involved, please watch our YouTube video below.
The Showing Register - TSR Pathway 2020
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Your TSR Pathway
The Pathway is a training platform for keen and enthusiastic Amateur Riders who wish to improve their riding and showing skills through training to achieve their goals. The pathway is split into ability & age groups
NEW STAR – Novice Level group
RISING STAR – Medium Level group
STELLA STAR – Advance Level group
Each of the above ability groups are split into the following age groups
8-14 years / 15-25 years / 26-40 years / 41 plus
Amateur Riders need to be 8 years old & over and riding off the lead rein to be eligible.
Riders have to be 'Talent Spotted' at a TSR Clinic to be part of the pathway.
Pathway Riders can progress through the levels and aim for the title of TSR Amateur Rider of the Year.
Each Rider on the Pathway can ask TSR for assistance to put together a training program and will have access to free advice from showing experts across the country.
For further information visit the TSR website.
Blenheim Horse Trials Eventer Challenge
The SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials eventer challenge classes are an extremely popular arena based competition for Riding Club and Pony Club teams run at 90cm and 100cm. The competition is run over a testing course of show jumps and cross-country fences with an optimum time for completion. The team with the lowest cumulative score are the winners! This is an extremely unique experience for grassroots riders to compete on the hallowed ground of Blenheim Palace in amongst the thick of the 4* competition. For more information, visit the Blenheim website.
British Riding Clubs Teams of Three Showjumping
This team jumping event is held at the Royal International Horse Show at Hickstead.
The teams are made up of three horses and riders; one Novice combination jumping 85cm, one Intermediate combination jumping 95cm and one Open combination jumping 1.05m. Each combination rides one round against the clock. The team with the fewest combined faults and fastest combined time wins.
All riders must be members of an affiliated Riding Club, and each team should include at least two Seniors. For more information on entry visit the Hickstead website.
Endurance GB BRC Team Event
The Endurance GB BRC Team Event is open to squads of between three and six horses and riders from affiliated Riding Clubs prepared to take on routes of 30-35km. Teams may enter as many qualifying rides as they like and the highest score will be counted for the Qualifiers. For more information, visit the Endurance GB website.