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Morning All, Please see update from Mags regarding the Norther Champs below…
Riders from Area 2, 4 and 16 if you are intending to take part in the Northern Championships at Bishop Burton on Sunday 25thAugust 2019, can you please check that your horses passport is up to date and your horse has had a flu injection within the 6 month period prior to Sunday 25th August,
Bishop Burton have asked us to comply with this regulation to enable us to continue with the running of the championships.
- The Championship gives our riders an enjoyable weekend.
- Remember overnight accommodation for rider and horse can be provided.
- Details are on the schedule.
Look forward to seeing you.
The Northern Championships committee.
Dear Club Chairs & Team Managers,
Please see the schedule for the 2019 BRC Northern Championships 25/8/19 at Bishop Burton.
Could you make sure you keep a record of your teams and individual placings.
Your invite will be given out at the official prize giving on the day of the relevant competition.
Any queries please contact the NR secretary (details on the schedule) or Margaret Smith (Area 4 chair) 07905692423. Please do not contact Bishop Burton.
Good luck ☘️ see you all in August!
BRC to reward their Members competing with British Showjumping
The British Riding Clubs (BRC) will begin rewarding and acknowledging the success of their senior members who are competing on horses with British Showjumping.
As of the 1 April 2019 two annual BRC Leagues will be hosted on the British Showjumping website. The leagues will highlight all members that are also a member of a British Riding Club and sit within either the British Showjumping Bronze or Silver leagues.
The British Riding Club Bronze & Silver Leagues will run from the 1 April each year until the 31 March and are for horse and rider combinations. BRC will award the top ten competitors from each league with rosettes and prizes in kind.
Justine Naylor, National Director of Sport at British Showjumping said “We are delighted BRC are recognising the success of their members in this way, it is a great way to celebrate the achievements of cross-discipline participants. With Bronze League classes starting at 70cm through to 1.10m there are many opportunities for their members to compete with us and for them to make use of the training programmes we deliver via our Academy framework”.
Existing members that wish to be included in the BRC League need to give British Showjumping Membership their BRC Membership number. If you are a BRC member wishing to join British Showjumping for the first time, there is a BRC Membership Offer where both horse and rider can join for a discounted combined rate of £136 for the year.
For further information regarding the leagues or the BRC discounted member offer please call the BS Membership team on 02476 698824.
Please find attached the results for the Northern Regional Championships
A quick but heartfelt thank you to all of you for your efforts yesterday. I think most competitors went away with smiles on their faces.
That was due to your prompt but diligence actions whenever a problem arose.
Can I ask that you put the next bit in your area websites.
“On Sunday 19th August Areas 2, 4 and 16 held their annual championships for dressage and show jumping. There were over 200 entries with classes from walk/trot tests to elementary in a long arena; with heights from 60 to 100 in the show jumping.
The emphasis is team competitions although individuals were included were ever possible. Some decisions are not always popular but when applied to all are fair.
There were lots of smiling faces and thank you’s from competitors.
Now it is my turn to say thank you to:-
1, all who came and competed yesterday.
2, to our hosts, for their fantastic work to have the arenas well covered with green grass !!
3, scorers, judges and course builders who kept the show on the road.
4, the many volunteers who came and helped.
5, to the organising committee for giving up their free time, not just over this weekend but during the planning stages during the year.
Finally we had lost an integral part from a wheel lock in the long grass on Saturday, an urgent plea for a metal detector went out. On Sunday after doing his dressage test the said part was located, so Dave Reynolds, you saved the day, many thanks.
Richard Thompson, Northern Regional Comittee chairman. “
Please note that if an individual or team member has Qualified for either Lincoln or been to FOH this year they are not able to attend this championships. The team member may be replaced.
AREA 2 – NORTH EAST/AREA 4 – YORKSHIRE & HUMBERSIDE/ AREA 16 – EAST MIDLANDS
BRECKENBROUGH, THIRSK YO7 4EL
SUNDAY 19 AUGUST 2018
DRESSAGE / RIDING TEST / COMBINED TRAINING
SHOW JUMPING / STYLE JUMPING
GRASSROOTS DRESSAGE & JUMPING
We are pleased to be moving north to Breckenbrough for the third British Riding Clubs Northern Championships.
This competition is to give riders and their horses the same atmosphere, competition and fun that riders experience at National Riding Club Championships. It is for teams and individuals that have been placed at their Area Qualifier in the relevant class. Horse/Rider combinations that have competed at the FOTH at Aston-le-Walls in the Combined Training or who have qualified for the National Championships at Lincoln in 2018 are ineligible for these Championships.
Riders can compete in Dressage, Riding Test, Combined Training, Show Jumping and new this year – Style Jumping. We have also added direct entry Grass Roots classes, these are mixed Senior/Junior classes.
All team members are automatically included in the appropriate individual classes
We look forward to seeing everyone who has supported in the last two years and welcoming new faces this year.
BRC Grassroots Points Leagues
The Grassroots Points League is a new opportunity for all BRC Members
All dressage (Walk and Trot and Prelim Level) and showjumping (60cms and 70cms) competitors can gain points at BRC Club organised competitions. Area Qualifiers and National level competitions will not count.
Points can be gained when competing at BRC Club organised competitions only.
There will be two separate leagues; showjumping and dressage. Monthly score updates will be provided; therefore competitors must return their score card to the BRC head office no later than the 7th of the following month. Results on cards received after this time will not count. The competition will run for ten months from January – October 2018, there will be rosettes down to 10th place, sashes down to 3rd and there will be an overall supreme champion prize for the competitor who has accumulated the most points over the two leagues.
It’s so simple, just follow these easy steps:
1. Download and print your blank points card from the BRC website.
2. Compete at any dressage (Walk & Trot and Prelim Level) or showjumping (60cms & 70cms) BRC Club organised competition.
3. Ask the Secretary at the event to confirm your placing with their signature.
4. Post your completed points card back to BRC HQ by the 7th of the following month.
5. Finally, wait for the results.
BRC Grassroots Points League Overall Results (Updated 07 December 2017) (PDF)
BRC Grassroots Points League Senior Show Jumping Results (Updated 07 December 2017) (PDF)
BRC Grassroots Points League Senior Dressage Results (Updated 07 December 2017) (PDF)
BRC Grassroots Points League Junior Show Jumping Results (Updated 07 December 2017) (PDF)
BRC Grassroots Points League Junior Dressage Results (Updated 07 December 2017) (PDF)
The Grassroots Points League will run according to the official BRC rules found in the current BRC Rule Book p80-81.
1. Individuals can compete in both dressage (Walk and Trot and Prelim Level) and showjumping (60cms and 70cms) competitions. Both disciplines will count towards the league.
2. It is the individuals’ responsibility to download and print this card and produce it at every relevant competition to gain the signature of the Secretary upon being placed.
3. The Grassroots Points League takes place between 1 January – 31 October 2018. Completed points cards must be returned to BRC Head Office no later than the 7th of the following month. Results on cards received after this time will not count.
4. Checks will be carried out by BRC HQ to ensure that the information provided is correct.
5. Individuals can compete at club and area level. However a qualifying class for a BRC Championship may not be used to gain points for this league.
6. Individuals can compete across all clubs and areas.
7. If the card is not filled out correctly, the results will not be counted.
Placing to points table
1st place = 6 points
2nd place = 5 points
3rd place = 4 points
4th place = 3 points
5th place = 2 points
6th place = 1 point
Please find attached the schedule for the Northern Championships at Bishop Burton on 27th August 2017.
Please read carefully and send your entries in ONLY AFTER you have received your invites from the CT and Summer Show. (invites will be sent out shortly!! )
All the classes are run under the same rules as those teams and individuals who qualified at Area competitions. Riders may enter as individuals in dressage and riding test competitions. The entry is teams that have not qualified for the National Riding Club Championships in September at Lincoln, those riders will be down to 6th place.
Hi Everyone at last here are the ROR results from the Summer Show and DTM for the highest placed Riding Club member and the Rosette winners are: –
ShowJumping is Helena Youmans riding Magnolia Blossom for Northallerton Riding Club
Style Jumping is Rachel Newton on Premier Ambitions for White Rose Riding Club
Riding Test is Denise Newsome riding Bertie Arms
Dressage is Lauren Hyde riding Printing Press for Nidd Valley
and the DTM Comp winner is Samantha Dexter riding Jimmyling for Ebor Vale
Well done everyone 🙂
The results table can now be finalised and the scores added up so if there is a mistake or Championship results not added please let me know many thanks xx