BRC National Novice Dressage Qualifier (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sat, Dec 4, 2021
Starting Times:

If you'd like to represent WVRC in this teams competition, contact Karen Dance ASAP (karenj.dance@gmail.com, 07747 001494 ) 

Team entrance must commit to attending the Championships which with be held 26 – 27 March 2022 Arena UK, Allington Lane, Allington, Grantham, NG32 2EF

 

Saturday 4th December 2021 at Sands Farm, Northlands Road, Warnham, Horsham, RH12 3SQ


Schedule in Progress by the Secretary

Show Secretary: Wey Valley Riding Club
Hampshire,


Location
Uk Location, UK

Show Information

Event: Novice Winter Senior & Junior Novice (Prelim & Novice) Dressage qualifiers

Location: Sands Farm, Warnham

Organiser: Newlands Corner Riding Club

 

Special Classes

 

Class

Class Name

Test

1

Junior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Prelim 2 (2016)

2

Junior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Prelim 12 (2005)

3

Junior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Novice 24 (2010)

4

Junior Winter Dressage

Novice Individual

Novice 28 (2008)

5

Junior Winter Dressage

Team

Each rider will ride one of each test above

6

Senior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Prelim 2 (2016)

7

Senior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Prelim12 (2005)

8

Senior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Novice 24 (2010)

9

Senior Winter Dressage

Prelim Individual

Novice 28 (2008)

10

Senior Winter Dressage

Team

Each rider will ride one of each test above

Terms & Conditions

 Entries close:  29th November 2021

 
Times will be posted on our Facebook page and on our Website www.newlandscorner.org on
2nd December 2021
 
Please email entry forms to cmay2@nhs.net
 
Entry fees may be transferred to 
Newlands Corner Riding Club,
 Lloyds Bank, 
Sort Code 30-93-74
Account number   00304747
 
Or send the form with a cheque made out to Newlands Corner Riding Club to
The Secretary, Hollister Farm, Combe Lane, Shere, Surrey, GU5 9TD
 
 
Please bring your passports and flu certificates with you on the day, vaccinations now only have to be annual.  
 
 
 
Eligibility for all classes can be found in the current BRC Handbook. Eligibility will be taken from the Friday before the qualifier. All competitors must be a member and be on the BRC Database by midday the Friday before the qualifier. Anyone failing to meet the eligibility criteria will be disqualified and informed by BRC HQ when the results are processed.
 
We are delighted to welcome back SEIB Insurance Brokers to sponsor the BRC Novice Winter Championships. SEIB specialises in an array of distinct fields, with more than 50 years of experience in horse insurance.
 
This competition will run under BRC Rules, anyone in attendance will be bound by the BRC Code of Conduct. It is important that all competitors are aware of the rules relating to this competition – please see the current BRC Handbook and also the BRC Rule Amendments and Changes Document which can be found at the link below: http://www.bhs.org.uk/enjoy-riding/british-riding-clubs/brc-rulebook.
 
All entrants must submit a pre-entry to BRC (fees can be found in the current BRC Handbook) at least 21 days before the date of the qualifier. Pre-entries can be made via the pre-entry website https://brc.bhs.org.uk/login?referral=%2Fselect . Late pre-entries may be accepted at the discretion of the organiser with a late surcharge of £10 per individual and £20 per team (payable to BRC HQ) if space permits.  Late entries cannot be guaranteed and so therefore must not be paid for until approval from the organiser has been gained.
Once the pre-entry has been made, an area entry must be made via the details outlined on this schedule. 
 
If the date of the qualifier is cancelled for any reason and rescheduled within 21 days, the close of pre-entry will remain. If the qualifier is rescheduled for more than 21 days after the original date, entries will re-open. Late entry fees will not be refunded.  Eligibility is taken from the Friday before the qualifier, regardless of rescheduling. Pre-entries that cannot attend the new date may be issued a credit note but the Team Manager must inform the office in writing before the cut off date which the area will be informed of upon rescheduling.
 
Hats
All hats must have a visible aqua BRC/BE/PC hat tag in place before they are worn on the showground, to show that they meet the current safety standards.  There will be a trained official available on the day to do this for you if your hat does not currently have one. For up to date hat rules please see the current BRC Handbook.
 
Body Protectors
A body protector is not mandatory but can be worn.
 
Flu Vaccinations
Your horse must have up to date influenza vaccinations in line with rule G7 in the current BRC Handbook. There is also a checking device on the BRC website. If you are unsure, please call BRC on 02476 840518. As of 1 October 2020, it is compulsory for all horses to be microchipped. It is the rider’s responsibility to ensure the horse is chipped and it is traceable.
 
Numbers to qualify as per Appendix 10 dependant on Appendix 9 in the current BRC Handbook.
 

 

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