Entries now closed!
Late entries may be accepted at a £5 surcharge -
Sunday 30th August 2020
Pick a Fence XC Competition
followed by XC Schooling around the flagged course in the afternoon
Class 1 - 65cm-80cm
sponsored by AMZ Saddles
Class 2 - 75cm-90cm
sponsored by Equine Products
Please remember your own number bib & print your own number
(Due to COVID Rules)
Entries secretary: Jade Hunter – firstname.lastname@example.org
Organiser: Julie Nixon – email@example.com
£25 per class
Rosettes to 6th place in each class
Online entries only via www.horse-events.co.uk from Monday 17th August
Telephone entries not accepted
XC Schooling will take place following the event, in the afternoon. Horse and rider combinations who have competed in the pick a fence may XC school for £10.
New horse and rider combinations can pre-book the course for £20. Pre booking is required for the XC Schooling, though entries will be taken on the day for those who have competed during the morning, should you require. Please book your XC Schooling slot via
Entries close Wednesday 26th August
A late entry surcharge of £5 per class will apply for entries received after the closing date.
Late entries will be accepted after only is space permits.
This event will be run as a casual competition, with a choice of heights at each fence number, up to class height. For example, in class 1, most fences there will be a choice of a smaller fence or up to height 80cm fence. Points will be given for jumping each height of fence.
Points will be deducted for refusals, horse and rider falls or missing a fence.
Competitors eliminated will be allowed to continue if deemed safe to do so by the jump judge or official steward. Horse fall or suspected rider concussion will not be allowed to continue. Any one obstacle should only be attempted three times, after which they must continue to the next fence or leave the course at walk.
The winner will be for the most points and closest to the optimum time (over and under). In the event of a tie, the competitor with the time within the optimum time will take precedence on the placing.
, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01434 672340
No refunds available 27th August 2020.
In the event of cancellation by the organisers, entries will be refunded with a £5 deduction. In the event of adverse weather on the day no refunds will be issued.
Competitors are requested to bring their own number bibs and print their own numbers due to the current COVID requirements
Stop watches are not permitted
The course will be available to walk from 2pm on Saturday 29th August 2020
Times will be posted at the course walk and posted on our website on Friday 28th August 2020
Unfortunately, we are unable to hold a prize giving, adhering with current COVID-19 guidelines. Results will be posted on our website and social media during the day and at the latest on the evening of the competition date.
Prizes and rosettes will be posted to you if not collected on the day.
A photographer will be present on the day
HATS & Footwear:
It is MANDATORY for all competitors/riders to wear a helmet to current safety standards
(PAS015 1998/2011. VG01.040 2014-12 with BSI kitemark or Inspec IC Mark)
Full list is available on the BE website. Only skull caps will be allowed for cross country. Correct riding boots are compulsory.
Body protectors to BETA level 3 manufactured in 2009 or after are mandatory for X Country. If riders wish to wear air jackets they must be worn in addition and over a body protector.
Dogs must be kept on a lead and stay within the parking field on Sunday 30th August. Dogs are permitted on Saturday 29th August when walking the course providing, they are kept on a lead and cleared up after.
Refreshments will be available but social distancing rules must apply at all times
HEALTH AND SAFETY:
-The organisers of the event have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the health & safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone present must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents and obey the instructions of the organisers, officials and stewards.
- Visitors and competitors must adhere to signs and not go beyond the "No horses" signs
- Horses left outside of wagons/trailers must not be left unattended
- The organisers shall not be liable for any claims in respect of damage or accident to any person, whether competitor, servant, spectator, horse, vehicle or property howsoever caused in conjunction or arising out of the competition
-All visitors must respect the social distancing rules at all times. Please remain 2m apart.
Please visit https://www.abrs-info.org/british-equestrian-federation-bef-corvid-19- update/ for further information
Please be sensible and avoid parking close to other vehicles. We will direct you to your parking
Do not muck out onto field and please take droppings from horsebox parking bays home with you.