Members Taster Quadrille Session, GBEC (Going Ahead)

Show Date
Sat, Feb 17, 2024
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Starting Times:

 Groups at  9-10 am and 10-11.  Six places in each group.

Class 1
Training - 9.00 - 10.00    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:
9-10 am
Class 2
Training Clinic - 10.00 - 11.00    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:

Show Secretary: Bookham Riding Club

Uk Location, UK
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Show Information
Come to Bookham Riding Club’s taster session for Quadrille Riding! We’d love to put together a team (or more if there is lots of interest) for the British Riding Club Quadrille Championships. Quadrilles is formation dressage riding to music. Teams have to create their own routine and story/theme, which they ‘act out’ in matching costumes to music. No previous experience is required, and your horse does not need to be advanced in it’s dressage -  just the desire to practise regularly, teamwork, a spot of costume sewing and have lots of fun! It also helps if your horse is happy to be dressed up!
Bookham RC has arranged with coach Senga Riches of All Steps Formation Riding for an opportunity to try this fun, social sport. If the responsive is positive, we will make it a regular practise session with a view to qualifying for the BRC Championships in 2025.
Details: 9-11am, Saturday 17 February, Venue Great Bookham Equestrian Centre, Dorking Road, Leatherhead KT23 4PZ. There will be 2 x 1 hour slots, with a maximum of 6 riders per slot. Please be tacked up and ready to ride for your slot.

Payment Details & Event Fees

You can enter using our Secure Online Entry System. Payment is secure and it goes directly to BRC.
You will receive an email confirmation of your entry and payment.



 If the event is cancelled, booking fees are not refunded as these are outside BRCs control.

Terms & Conditions


Open • Competitions are run in accordance with British Riding Club rules • All ridden horses and ponies must be 4 years of age or over • No entry will be refunded after the closing date except on production of a medical or veterinary certificate • The judge’s decision is final and any objections must be made in writing within 15 minutes of the incident and accompanied by a £15.00 deposit, which will be refunded if the objection is sustained • It is a condition of entry that no responsibility will be accepted by the organisers, their representatives or helpers for any loss or damage to spectators, competitors, their horses, grooms, friends or property under any circumstances whatsoever • Bookham Riding Club reserves the right to refuse or cancel any entry without disclosing a reason or to alter, split, amalgamate or cancel classes if found to be necessary • It is the responsibility of all competitors to present themselves in time for the classes in which they are entered • Horses must NOT be left tied to unattended vehicles • All dogs must be kept on a lead on the showground at all times • NO BICYCLES to be ridden on showground • Prizes and/or rosettes may be withheld if there are insufficient entries in a class •

Protective headgear, properly secured, must be worn at all times when mounted.

British Riding Clubs Information Posters for Hat Rules and Body Protector guidelines 2023.

As per the BRC 2022 Rule Book PAS 015: 1998 and SNELL E2001 will no longer be accepted from 1st January 2023.  In addition, body protectors with a 2000 label will not be accepted.

The new standards apply to all BRC events from 1st January 2023.  The new pink tags will be phased in during 2023.  Hat tags are only required for Area Qualifiers and BRC Championships (they don’t have to be tagged for Riding Club events but must comply with BRC rules).

It is the competitors’ responsibility to ensure they arrive at a competition with a hat to the correct standard so it is therefore imperative that you check your hats before you get to the event, in order to avoid disappointment. To do this: 1) Use the following information or the BRC 2023 Handbook for reference 2) Check that your hat clearly displays one of the accepted standards 3) Check that the standard also shows the correct corresponding date 4) Check that your hat also displays the correct corresponding quality assurance mark 5) Make sure that you do not remove any labels from inside your hat which may hold the relevant information, as a hat will not be tagged without all of the required information visible and attached. 

Body protector rules -

. It is the responsibility of all participants to clear up their rubbish and debris and leave the showground fit for grazing. Please do not muck out your horsebox/trailer on the showground

The organisers of these shows have taken reasonable precaution to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey instructions of the organiser and all the officials and stewards.


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