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The Mission Statement of Endurance GB
Our mission is to promote and enhance the sport of Endurance (Competitive Long Distance) Riding within the United Kingdom, by providing competition, training and development opportunities that will appeal to all levels of rider from beginner to world class winner.
The Society will endeavour to promote and uphold at all times the highest standards of horse welfare

Would you like to be part of the team?
be involved, join in, volunteer to help at our events .

Would you like to find out about Endurance by helping? register as a volunteer and become part of the team for more info see here

Recent News
12 rides to the end of the 2015 season!12 rides to the end of the 2015 season! - (Published:01 September 2015)

Only 12 more rides left, but 18 more ride days so its time to  plan your Autumn riding and enjoy the last months of the 2015 season.


Enjoy the final rides of the year - there is still time to enjoy or try something new. The remaining classes range from 10km to 170km, there is a class for every one. Multiday rides, single day rides the choice is yours and you will have a great time whichever you choose.

No horse? come and help, be involved, but with time to chat  and enjoy the day.

The Home International this year is at the Red Dragon, please enter early or please offer to help!

The Lions Tail is host to the Riding Club Team event which is hotly contested.......

The College at Keysoe is the final 2* FEI ride with classes up to 120km

Royalties is a new FEI 1* ride and a great 3day weekend ride.

Rufus is the final of the South Coast Tournament

Not forgetting day rides at Bonham, Boyton, Camelford, Clent, Devils Dyke, Long Mynd, White Horse Wander,


There is still 16 weeks till Christmas so you do not need to go shopping yet!

photo by Esther Young


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FEI Course for Endurance StewardsFEI Course for Endurance Stewards - (Published:20 August 2015)

An FEI STEWARDS COURSE will be run at Abbey Park, Stareton, Warwickshire. on the 31st October 2015.


This course is suitable for those wishing to be FEI Stewards or those requiring maintenance or Promotion. 

Open to all - you do not have to have been a steward before, or a technical steward, everyone welcome, but please book early to avoid disappointment (minimum age 21).

Cost of the course is £65 including tea, coffee, lunch and paperwork.

More details and the application form for all participants can be found here




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Tuesday 15th September - BHS Safety ConferenceTuesday 15th September - BHS Safety Conference - (Published:19 August 2015)

The British Horse Society will be holding a Safety Conference on Tuesday 15 September at the Royal Veterinary College, Hertfordshire. The subject will be FIRE - ITS IMPACT ON EVERY ASPECT OF EQUESTRIAN LIFE FROM YARD TO TRANSPORT AND EVENTS’. The day starts with registration at 9:30, and closes at 16:30, with an excellent lunch and all refreshments included in the price.

This event is for everyone who is interested in keeping their horses safe from fire, whether private owners, proprietors of livery yards and equestrian centres or just interested individuals. All can attend this excellent day focusing on the many and varied fire safety issues which horse owners face. 

The speakers include Fire Station Officer Jim Green, who is a world-renowned expert, particularly where equestrian establishments or transport are involved. He will be supported by a highly experienced team of professional fire officers. There will also be a presentation by Professor Josh Slater (MRCVS) from the Royal Veterinary College.

The Royal Veterinary College has kindly offered to run three tours of their equine facilities during the day. Spaces are limited for each session and are operated on a first come first served basis. These sessions are only available for delegates attending the Safety Conference. Once you have booked your ticket to the conference you will receive an email that will enable you to secure a place on one of these sessions. If the session that you want to book is full, you can consider choosing another.


Each delegate will receive a free copy of ‘Guidelines for Fire Safety in Equine and Agricultural Premises’ by Harry Paviour. This retails at £32.99!!


Category: General :Whats On

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Kate Atkinson and DNS Ronaldo, 2015 National YR Champion
Gill Talbot and Sa'da Sekora, 2015 National Champion
Hannah Maskell and Joyce's Choice, 2014 Supreme Champion of Endurance GB and YR Champion
Ruth Chadwick and Aragorn, 2014 Senior Champion of Endurance GB
Keighley & Madison Pomroy and Redwings Milky Way, 2014 Junior Champion of Endurance GB


Training Rides and Events
British Horse Society Safety Conference - (Published:19 August 2015)

On Tuesday 15th September the BHS is holding a Safety Conference at the Veterinary College in Hertfordshire.  


Category: Whats On

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Past Champions
Getting Started with Endurance GB

Choose your first graded ride by looking through the handbook or the list of rides online, entries for a ride can be made online or sending in a ride entry form with a SAE. Send your entry in before the Ride Close Date, then a week before your ride, your ride details will arrive so that you can plan your journey and your ride.  You should have your horse passport with you as the law requires but it probably will not be checked at the ride.           (Photo by Esther Young and Kerry Dawson)

Aim to arrive at the Venue a good 30-45 minutes before your vet time. Before you unload check in with the Secretary, take your membership card, horse registration and log book with your master card already filled in. Collect your numbered bib and check the notice board for any changes to the route or last minute rider instructions


Put out buckets of water and hay net up for your return. Put a bridle on or a controller head collar to ensure your horse is under control. Remove any bandages or travel boots. If cold or clipped leave the rug on. Put your numbered bib on!


Take your horse and vet sheet to the farrier for the shoes to be checked. Then on to the vet who will ask you for your vet sheet. Any rugs will need to be removed. He will take your horse’s
pulse, check his legs and back and then ask you to trot the horse up for approximately 30 metres and back. Hopefully all is well and you can start! They will keep the vet sheet ready for your return.


Walk back to the trailer and tack up. Put an emergency sticker on you and on your horse’s tack. Remember to take your map
case and map, talk round and mobile phone (on). Attach your drink and holder to your saddle if needed.


Walk to the start, the timekeeper will give you your start time make a note of this time.  Set off quietly and try to ride at a consistent pace. You need to be riding between 8 and 15kph, around 10kph is a good target speed (ie a mixture of trotting and cantering, with not very much walking!) So 40k will take 4hours at 10kph.

On returning to the venue (finish) give the timekeeper your number, they will tell you your finishing time. Dismount and walk back to the trailer. You have up to 30 minutes to get the horse’s pulse down to below 64 - hopefully a lot lower. Untack and put head collar on, tie up to trailer.  Offer him a drink but do not feed until after vetting.


Check the horse’s pulse then depending on the reading and the weather, pour or sponge water over neck, back and the big veins on the hind legs unless it is cold and wet!

Try and reduce his heart rate.


Check there are no stones in the horse’s feet.  Keep checking the pulse and, when it is as low as you think you can get it, walk quietly to the vets for your final vetting; the same procedures will occur that happened at the beginning.


Remember you must present to the vet within 30 minutes or you will be eliminated. You may have to queue but, providing you have told the vet steward you are there, that is fine. You may need the 30 minutes to begin with but the sooner you can present with a low pulse the better.


After vetting go back to the trailer, feed, let your horse relax before loading.
Allow at least 30 minutes before going to the secretary for your mastercard, vet sheet, grade and rosette after your final vetting.

File your master card and vet sheet in your log book for safe keeping.

We hope you have a great time but remember if you have any queries please contact ridesandrules@endurancegb.co.uk