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Welcome to the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event website

Welcome to the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event website.

Below you will find a list of what information on this website.  We hope you that you can find what you need to know about the event, but if you are not sure or have any questions, then please do not hesitate to contact the organisers.

Results for the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Championship 2019 at Red Dragon


1st: Yorkshire

2nd: Ellen Valley

3rd: Wessex Wanderers

4th: New Forest Hunt Pony Club

5th: Corbridge

6th: Red Kite

7th: East Mendip

8th: National Forest

9th: Hampshire Combined



Best Presented Team: National Forest

Top Welsh Team: Red Kite

Top Novice Team: Wessex Wanderers

Top Junior Team: New Forest Hunt Pony Club

Top Junior Rider: Katie Barton

Top Horse: Nebo All Magic (Nikki Manston)

League Tables Updated again! - (Published:09 August 2019)

All the League Table results should now be up-to-date (as at 9th August).  Team Managers, please check that you are happy with the team or teams that are listed in the results and that you agree with the speeds, pulses, grades - and of course the individual and team scores.

Well done to all the teams that have competed so far and good luck to all those about to compete.

About This Website

Welcome to the website for the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event

On this home page you can find an Overview of the Competition, information about the Sponsor, a List of the League Tables and a List of the Prizes and Awards that will be given at the final - just scroll down.  Note also that the latest News is also shown in the top left-hand corner.

The menu at the top of and on the right of this home page gives more information about the team competition.  You can also click on the words in blue below.

  • Rules for the British Horse Feeds' BRC Team Endurance Event.
  • Downloads which include instructions on how to join as a An Advertising Flyer, An Overview of the Competition, Guidelines for the Rider, Guidelines for the Team Manager / Coordinator, Mastercard Guidelines, What to Wear Guidelines, some help on what to expect at Your First Endurance Ride and a Ready Reckoner for the team scores.

If you have any questions about the competition then please do Contact UsThe national organisers will be more than happy to answer any question, give advice or just have a chat about what is involved in the competition.

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Overview of the Competition

The British Horse Feeds’ BRC Endurance Team Championship is open to all Riding Clubs in England, Wales and Scotland.  Here is a brief overview of the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Championship:

Riding Club Teams are able to compete at any Endurance GB (EGB) ride and Scottish Endurance Riding Club (SERC) with a suitable class of between 30 and 42km in distance.

The above classed are called Qualifying Rides.

Teams must consist of a minimum of three and a maximum of six combinations.


Any number of teams can be put forward from a single Club.

A team can be formed from members of more than one Club.

A score for each rider at a Qualifying Ride is calculated based on the speed at which the class is completed and the final pulse of the horse.

A team score is calculated by adding up the three best individual scores in the team.

A team is allocated to one of ten Regions based on their geographical location.  There is a League Table for each Region.

The team score added is added to the relevant League Table only if it exceeds any existing team score from a previous Qualifying Ride.  This means that the highest score for a team always goes forward to the League Table.

The League Tables will be closed at midnight on Sunday 8th September 2019.

The top team in each of the ten Regional League Tables will go forward to compete in the Final.  In addition, the top ten from all the remaining teams will go forward to the Final.  Some wild card places may also be awarded by the national organisers.

The final is on Sunday 6th October 2019 at the British Horse Feeds’ Red Dragon Festival of Endurance, at the Royal Welsh Showground, Builth Wells, Powys, LD2 3SY where up to twenty teams will compete against other for the championship.

Cash prizes of £200, £100 and £50 are awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd teams at the Final, together with a further bonus of £100 to the top novice team.


If you have any questions about the competition then please do Contact Us.  The national organisers will be more than happy to answer any question, give advice or just have a chat about what is involved in the competition.

About our Sponsor


British Horse Feeds, is the equine feed division of I’Anson Bros Limited and is based in Masham, North Yorkshire. 

I'Anson Brothers Ltd is one of the United Kingdom's leading manufacturers of premier animal feedstuffs. The company has been serving farmers in Yorkshire and the North of England since 1900 from the small market town of Masham, at the foot of Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales. 

Now one of the UK's most successful specialist suppliers of farm feeds, micronized ingredients and horse feeds, with customers in over 30 countries worldwide, I'Anson Brothers Ltd is an independent, fourth generation, family-owned and family-managed company, still based in Masham. 

British Horse Feeds is best known for its flagship product ‘Speedi-Beet’ which, thanks to the unique patented process has revolutionized the feeding of beet pulp. Speedi-Beet has improved nutrient availability and soaks in just 10 minutes, compared to 24 hours for sugar beet pellets. It’s a great way to add quality fibre to your horse’s diet for slow release energy. 

In 2008 British Horse Feeds were awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the innovation category, an achievement of which they are extremely proud.
Prizes and Awards

The Organisers are pleased to announce that the following trophies / awards will be presented at the Final on Sunday 6th October 2019.

  • Overall Winning Teams: 1st, 2nd & 3rd places, with prizes of £200, £100 and £50 respectively.
  • Highest placed team which has no riders who are full members of EGB and no horses registered with EGB (Novice Team), with prize of £100
  • Horse with the highest performance score
  • Highest placed Junior / Young Rider
  • Best presented team