We run a series of open showjumping competitions throughout the year, suitable for horses and riders of all levels. Classes usually run from 1ft6 to 3ft. Our showjumping events are held at Brinsbury and at Fort Widley Equestrian Centre (please see venues page for directions).
Throughout these competitions members’ scores and placings are tallied in our Members Points System, which are added up during the year. These are then put forward to earn prizes and trophies be presented at our AGM in October each year. For a full listing of events please see our Events Calendar.
Our competitions run within either our summer or winter series, with qualifiers for external Championship tours. These competitions are open for individual participation, but we are also very proud to send showjumping teams to venues such as Pyecombe. If you are interested in taking part in one of our team competitions please contact Clare Sedgewick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Competitors riding hats must meet the safety guidelines (teams require hats to be tagged).
- Competitions will be run in accordance with BRC rules
- All entrants must abide by BRC rules regarding horse’s vaccinations
Our Show Jumping and Dressage Competitions are Cricklands and Sunshine Tour Qualifiers.
The Cricklands Unaffiliated Championships takes place twice a year at the David Broome Event Centre in Chepstow. April hosts the Winter League Finals and August hosts the Championship of Great Britain.
More information can be found at: www.cricklands.com
The Sunshine Tour Championship series is open to novice, amateur and unaffiliated riders, handlers, horses and ponies. Featuring Dressage, Show Jumping, Showing and Eventers Challenges for juniors & seniors, held at the most famous UK showground, The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead.
More information can be found at: www.sunshinetour.co.uk
Competitors registered with RoR who have been placed 1st-7th in our competitions are eligible for the RoR Riding Club Challenge Cup. More information can be found on their website:www.ror.org.uk