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Tag Archives: British Eventing
Imogen Murray’s recent string of JAS successes continued over the weekend with two Baileys Horse Feeds Jumping and Style (JAS) wins at Arena UK (Grantham, Lincolnshire, 1st February).
The 20 year old from Willoughby Waterleys (near Market Harborough in Leicestershire) won and also took second place in the Open class with Ivar Gooden and Alignment respectively. [...]
Long-standing BE Accredited Coaches Caro Haynes and Richard Evans were on hand to judge classes and give important show jumping feed-back to the Baileys Jump Training competitors at Hartpury College yesterday (2nd February, Gloucestershire).
The first class of the day was the BE80 level JT section which was won by Bizzy Loffet riding her own Ballinagore [...]
British Eventing is delighted to welcome Adrian Ditcham to the new role of BE Regional Coordinator for the South East from the 1st February 2014. This new role was added to the existing team of five Regional Coordinators around the country to strengthen the support to BE Affiliated events in the South East, including Kent, [...]
Both familiar faces and new blood were out in force for the opening weekend of the 2014 Baileys Horse Feeds Jumping and Style (JAS) competitions. The popular pre-Event season series started well with high levels of entries from Members and Non-Members, all hoping to sharpen their competitive edge under the watchful eye of BE and [...]
The annual International Eventing Forum (IEF) at Hartpury College is now an essential date in the diary for Professional and Amateur riders at all levels. Eventing Worldwide is again delighted to be giving a pair of tickets away to the much-anticipated event. To enter the competition, all you have to do is answer the question at [...]
When we said #Twittereventing could take over the world, we really meant it! Based on the roll call of jobs below and the expertise of some of our members I think we could at least run the country…what do you think?
“Random question for those amateurs! What job do you do to fund your horses? Any [...]
Treborough Horse Trials based on Exmoor hosted its first of two annual British Eventing competitions.
With rolling Exmoor moorland around, Treborough showcased some new ”bold and solid” fences built by Chris Morris who formed part of the Olympic course building team for Greenwich 2012. He used locally sourced timber to create a course that flows over the natural Exmoor terrain. The Treborough course runs through newly planted mixed [...]
I have now reached the end of a not so good season, full of ups and downs but all go and enjoyable!
It was a great shame when The Festival Of British Eventing was cancelled. I was told just before that Arkendale was actually over qualified for the Intermediate Champs that I had entered and [...]
Wow what a week Blair was!
We arrived at Blair on the Monday afternoon to set up camp and settle Charlie (Arkendale) down after his long journey (although not quite as long as some!). He loves being away at events- especially big ones where he thinks everyone is looking at him! Melanie Parker was his groom [...]