Diary and Information

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To view the upcoming events and their schedules, click on the link.
If you don't have a My Riding Life account, it's free and easy to register.

If you experience any difficulties making an entry or would like support please Text 07798 626075. 

View your FREE Online Entries Account via your own account in where you can track your Entries, Times & Results at any time.



We run a mixture of training shows and competitions both on weekday afternoons/evenings and daytime weekends.
Check out the Event Diary above for dates and schedules

Also known as Eventer's Challenges. These are fun and challenging events, consisting of one continuous course that starts with showjumps and then is followed by a variety of working hunter and more solid style portable cross country jumps. A test of partnership and skill, the course involves some related distances, challenging combinations and long flowing lines. Overall, the perfect preparation for Showjumping, Cross Country and Eventing competitions!

You may even qualify for a variety of Championships across the country. 


Classes from 65cm - 95cm.

Some classes are based on the fastest time with fewer penalities, and others are on 'optimum time', which means the combination tries to take a set amount of time to ride the course. For every second that they are away from the optimum time, they are given 0.4 time penalties. Those with the fewest penalties are placed higher. 

4 penalties are given for a knockdown, refusal or cross of the track.

3 refusals, fall or wrong course, is an elimination. 

We run classes from 65-95cm.
The optimum time is announced before each class.

Riders may choose to wear XC or SJ attire. Body protectors are recommended but not compulsory. 



We run a mixture of training days, evening, afternoon and daytime SJ events both through the week and weekends.

Check out the Event Diary above for dates and schedules

A course consisting of 9-14 Showjumps.

We run classes from 45cm -1.15m, some have special classes such as our BareBack Challenge at 75cm,
and Take Your Lines or even Pairs!

Fillers are generally placed at the side of fences in the smaller classes and are usually fully 'under' by 75/80cm classes.

Most events will run a single phase track but a7 & 2 phase can be run when appropriate.

The format will be announced at course walk. 



You can find the events test's on the schedule page from the Event Diary above.

Tests are all ridden in the Quarry Arena in a 20x40 enclosed short arena. 
Levels from Intro to Elementary.


Some events see BD/BE, and YEC Tests held along with specials such as freestyles and Music tests from time to time.

Callers must be booked in advance, and you must state which test you require calling when completing your entry. 


Times will be published on the Friday before an event. 




You can find the events test's at the bottom of the schedule page from the Event Diary above.

iIn each class, all riders run twice, one straight after the other. 45seconds are given in between the rounds. Riders must wait for the bell and ensure they go through the start and finish gates.

Times from both runs will be added together and divided by 2 to determine the average time.

Rider's can choose to run a left hand run or a right hand one.

Knocking down a barrel adds 5 seconds to time, riders must not touch a barrel to stop it falling over.

No time penalties will be added,  If a barrel is knocked but does not fall over.  
Knocking 3 barrels = the run will not be counted (eliminated).
The fastest time wins. 
No excessive use of whip or aids - excessive use may incur disqualification at the judge’s discretion. 


Riders can enter as many times as they wish on different horse but each horse must only enter once per class, i.e no horse sharing in class.

No restrictions on horse or pony heights, just horse and rider a sensible match. 

Current Standard hats must be worn.
Western style hats must not be worn whilst mounted. English or western tack.
Dress code; Western style attire preferred must all riders must be smartly dressed. 

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