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Date: 25th July 2021

Royal International Horse Show BRC Teams of 3 Show jumping 2021

  • Location: Hickstead
  • Organiser: Caroline Exley, 01306 879917, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
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A Show Jumping Competition for teams of three riders; open to senior members of a British Riding Club which is affiliated to the British Horse Society (although teams may include one junior member if desired). Riders  must be members of Horsham Riding Club AT THE TIME OF ENTRY. Horses to be 14.0hh and over. Teams to be made up of one novice horse (not to have won more than 75 BS points); one intermediate horse
(not to have won more than 500 BS points); one open horse (no points limit). Points in each section to be correct at time of entry. Riders and horses may only compete in one team. All competitors must have their hats tagged with a BRC, PC or BE aqua hat tag in order to compete. This service will be available on the day. Please allow plenty of time!
Novice horses to jump 0.85m; intermediate horses to jump 0.95m; open horses to jump 1.05m. All riders scores to count.
In the event of elimination of one team member, 50 faults to be added, the remainder of the team to carry on. Competition
under Table A4. One round against the clock - competitors placed on faults and time. The team with the least number of
combined faults and the fastest combined time will be the winner - there will be no jump-off. 

Date: 6th August 2021

NAF Five Star National Horse Trials Championships 2021

The BRC NAF Five Star National Horse Trials Championships is a competition for both seniors and juniors, teams and individuals. The event consists of dressage, show jumping and cross country phases and woould normally have roads and tracks and steeplechase for selected classes but due to the Covid situation all classes will run as a 1 day event.


For more information see the official BRC website -

Date: 4th September 2021

NAF Five Star National Championships 2021

Riders are able to compete in a range of competitions at this championship, from dressage to style jumping both individually and as part of a team. There are also a couple of direct entry dressage classes which do not require any qualification which will be added to the BRC website nearer the date. For eligibility of horse and rider, and to see what a combination is eligible to compete in, please see the current BRC Handbook.


Full details can be found on the BRC website -