By Jane on November 21, 2019
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Arran Room, Oatridge, Ecclesmachan, Broxburn, EH52
Sunday 26th January 2020.
By Jane on August 2, 2019
Area 1 affiliated riding clubs which have paid their Area Liaison fees in the current year may apply for a grant of up to £200 (2019 only) to cover a deficit incurred at a training event hosted by an Area 1 Riding Club which is open to all Riding Club members.
The grant should be applied for no later than 31st October. Please include a list of all participants and the Riding Club to which they are affiliated. Copies of receipts should also be sent.
Training must be by an approved instructor and open to all Riding Club members.
Form to download and complete: Area 1 Training Grant Application Form 2019
By Jane on August 2, 2019
Saturday 23rd November 2019 – Novice Winter Dressage at Morris EC
Intermediate Winter Dressage – TBC
By Jane on July 7, 2019
By Jane on June 2, 2019
6th & 7th July 2019 at Morris EC, Fenwick.
75 cm Style Jumping Course Walk: 0930 hrs.
Please note that stabling should be booked direct with Morris EC.
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By Jane on March 11, 2019
Area 22 and 1 HT classes will be run alongside the FHPC ODE at Baxterknowe Farm, Forgandenny, Perth PH2 9EY on Sunday 28th April 2019, by kind permission of Mr Douglas Edward and FHPC.
There are classes at 80, 90 and 100 for senior and juniors, plus an open 100+. Teams can run in all sections, and there is a bit on the entry to put the team name when entering. BRC classes are for Qualifying only, but members wishing to run non qualifying can enter any of the other classes. For qualifying entries, don’t forget that you also need to submit Prelim entries to BRC, and these must be entered 21 days before the competition. The link to the paper form ishttp://www.bhs.org.uk/~/media/bhs/brc/meg/forms/restricted-ht-prelim-entry-form-2019.ashx?la=en or do it online here https://brc.bhs.org.uk/
Each club entering will need to provide helpers and someone will be in touch about this, but please start gathering names and contact details of willing volunteers now.
The schedule, conditions of entry and vaccination rules for the BRC NAF Area 22 2019 Horse Trials are now live here –https://www.equoevents.co.uk/ViewEvent/ViewEventDetails/23360, and this is where entries are being taken too.
For further information on competition regulations and eligibility, please check the BRC Handbook – http://www.bhs.org.uk/enjoy-riding/british-riding-clubs/brc-handbook Remember that for BRC classes, armbands remain compulsory. You will need to take your hat, body protector and flu vac card to secretary on arrival.
The NAF Five Star National Horse Trials Championships take place 2-4 August in Banbury. Find out more here – http://www.bhs.org.uk/enjoy-riding/british-riding-clubs/brc-championships/national-horse-trials-championships
I’m hoping to get stabling details soon, so please get in touch with me if you need those. Otherwise, for general enquiries about the BRC entries for this event, please contact Dorothy Burnett by email at email@example.com
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By Jane on February 15, 2019
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By Jane on February 14, 2019
After the success of the 2018 Volunteers’ League, BRC are delighted to enter its second year. There have been a few tweaks to the format following feedback we have received. There will still be three leagues but they will be as follows.
Club level will be for volunteers who help at club activities run under BRC rules. Aimed at dressage writers, stewards, flu vac checkers etc. Those volunteering as part of their committee role will need to use the Committee League.
Area level will be for volunteers who help at area activities run under BRC rules. Aimed at dressage writers, stewards, flu vac checkers etc. Can also include team volunteers where a club is required as part of entry to send a volunteer. Those volunteering as part of their committee role will need to use the Committee League.
The Committee/Official League is open to all volunteer committee members whether they are on a club, area or organising committee, an official steward or area representatives. Where a volunteer is on more than one of the above for example an area committee and an official steward points will be gained separately so would be on the league twice and will need to make it clear on the points card.
- 1st Jennie Pallett – Area Committee – 20 hours – 20 points
- 2nd Joe Bloggs – Area Committee – 10 hours – 10 points
- 3rd Jennie Pallett – Official Steward – 5 hours – 5 points
- 4th Joe Bloggs – Club Committee – 1.5 hours – 1.5 points
How to Take Part
Participants do not need to be members of a BRC Club to enter the leagues, but for non-members, volunteers must have signed up to the BRC Volunteers’ Club prior to gaining points, which is free to join, email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Volunteers will need to fill out all details on the card downloaded from the website and have their card signed by the Secretary/Organiser (for club and area leagues) or the Area Chair, Club Chair or Area Rep for the Committee/Official League to confirm the number of hours and the role they undertook. It is the volunteers’ responsibility to present the point’s card and fill it out upon finishing your role to the secretary for confirmation.
Points will be awarded in half hour increments at 0.5 per half hour. Checks will be carried out by BRC HQ to ensure the information provided is correct.
The league will commence on 1 January 2019 and will finish on 31 October 2019. Point cards will need to be posted or emailed to BRC by the 7 day of every month.
Points will not be allocated retrospectively. Activities can include but not limited to social events, training camps and competitions. Paid volunteers (such as judges) will not be permitted to enter the leagues.
Rosettes will be awarded to 10th in each league with a sash to first place. A prize for each league will be awarded to first place.
Club level will be for volunteers who help at club activities run under BRC rules.
- Volunteer League Club Final Results (09/01/2019)
Area level will be for volunteers who help at area activities run under BRC rules.
- Volunteer League Area Final Results (09/01/2019)
National level will be for all volunteers (including team volunteers) who help at Championships only.
- Volunteer League National Final Results (09/01/2019)
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