BRITISH HORSE FEEDS'                                         
 
BRC ENDURANCE TEAM EVENT 
Update for the 2018 season

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

Below you will find a summary of the changes to the rules for the Team Event for 2018.  These changes will be reflected in the full set of rules by Friday 16th February.

In the meantime you can find a list of the EGB rides that are hosting qualifying rides for the 2018 season by clicking here.

If you require more information about the rule changes for 2018 then please do not hesitate to email or phone the organisers: contact details can be found by clicking here.


Summary of Rule Changes for 2018

1.    This year, the final for the Team Championship will be at the British Horse Feeds’ Red Dragon Festival of Endurance at the Royal Welsh Showground in Builth Wells, Powys on Sunday 30th September.

2.    All Riding Club members will now need to register with Endurance GB as Associate Members.  As before, they will also be able to enter graded rides at members rates as an RC member when they are competing in a team of at least three and a maximum of six.  Entering graded rides at membership rates is not normally a benefit available to Associate Members.  They will also enjoy the benefits of being able to enter pleasure rides at members rates anywhere in the country if they wish.  They will also receive a complimentary copy of bi-monthly Endurance GB magazine.

 

3.    Associate Membership is available at an annual £38.00 for senior riders, £28 for young riders and £23 for junior riders.  As before, a team must consist of at least three combinations otherwise any Riding Club members who are not full members of EGB will be asked to downgrade to a pleasure ride of equivalent distance, but the benefit of holding Associate Membership is that they will be able to take part in the pleasure ride at members’ rates.

 

4.    Up to and including 6 combinations can compete in a team (as usual) but all will ride as scoring members this year, so there will be no need to nominate individual riders.  The best 3 will count towards the team score for the league table in the usual way.

 

5.    Combinations who are not part of a team can enter Pleasure Rides and ride with a team to gain experience of endurance riding before joining as an Associate Member.   These combinations must register as a Supporter of Endurance GB (free of charge) and record the details of their horse(s) (once again free of charge) before entering a Pleasure Ride at non-member rates.  Note that Associate Members are able to enter Pleasure Rides at member rates, saving the Temporary Day Membership of £8.00 per ride.

 

6.    Supporters new to EGB are also able to enter two graded rides at non-member rates on a “Try Before You Buy” basis and therefore compete with a team. However, they will only be able to enter two rides on this basis and will then have to join EGB as an associate member.

 

7.    All blue Riding Club mastercards for horses that will be competing this year are being recalled and then re-issued in a new format for 2018.  This applies especially to those horses with more than one mastercard (because they are being ridden by more than one person).  The new mastercard will not show the rider’s name.  Each horse will only have one mastercard, but the horse can still be ridden by more than one person.

 

8.    We will ask each Riding Club to register their intent to put forward a team, but there is no need to declare riders as before.  Instead, we ask that new combinations registering as Associate Members do so at least three weeks before their intended first ride to ensure that they receive their mastercard in time.  In so doing, all Riding Club combinations must register their membership of their Club by completing their current Club Membership Number and Club Name in the “Club Details” section of the online registration form.

 

9.    All rides must be entered online please.

 

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BRITISH HORSE FEEDS

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.
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, details of Club Membership of Endurance GB, 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.

 

  • A List of Rides that can be used as Team Qualifiers.
  • Entries/Results for the qualifying League Tables throughout the country.
  • Rules for the KBIS BRC Team Endurance Event.
  • Downloads which include the Rules, Declaration Form, Mastercard Guidelines, Instructions on how to join as a Club Member of Endurance GB and how to make Online Entries, Entries and Results Log (in Word and pdf format), What to Wear Guidelines, some help on what to expect at Your First Endurance Ride and a Ready Reckoner for the team scores.
  • How to Contact Us

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

If you are a member of an affiliated British Riding Club and you and some friends from your Club would like to have a go at endurance, then why not get together to form an endurance team and enter the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event   The event is organised and hosted by Endurance GB.

 

Potential endurance competitors do not need any special equipment, particular breed or type of horse to get started.  Only the rider, their horse and normal riding tack is required.  Riders do not have to be members of Endurance GB in order to compete, but they must be current members of their affiliated Riding Club.

 

You can have as many teams in your Club as you like, but each team must be made up of at least three and a maximum of six combinations.  The teams can compete at any EGB ride throughout the country.  These are called “qualifying rides”.  Team entries can be made at membership rates by registering as Club Members on the EGB website.  A team who completes a qualifying ride successfully will have a team score entered into a League Table for the Region in which the Club is based.  A team can then enter further qualifying rides with scores from subsequent qualifiers replacing that already in the League Table if it is higher than the existing score.

 

Please see below for more information on Club Membership.

 

The top teams throughout the country will be offered a place in the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event Final at The Lion's Tail Ride on Sunday 17th September 2017.  Some wild card places may also be offered at the discretion of the national organisers.

 

Remember – you don’t have to enter the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event necessarily with the aim of getting to the final.  Why not just form a team or teams and just come along to some qualifying rides and enjoy a day out riding in the countryside.  You can ride all together as a team, in pairs, or each team member can ride on their own – starting and finishing at different times.

 

The rules of the competition and full details of the British Horse Feeds' BRC Endurance Team Event can be found on the Rules tab.

 

If you have any immediate questions or would like to discuss the event further then please do not hesitate to contact Jane Hudson on 01398 332089 (before 9.00pm) or by email to jane.e.hudson@hotmail.co.uk.

Club Membership of Endurance GB and Entering Rides Onlline

Please click here to find out more about Club Membership of Endurance GB.  Registering with Endurance GB as a Club Member is free of charge.

Please click here to register as a Club Member of Endurance GB, but please remember to click on the Supporter or Club radio button before entering your personal details.   Also don't forget to enter your Club Member details, else you will not be able to enter Graded Endurance Rides at members' rates.

You will receive a Supporter Card (in pdf format), an EGB account number and password for your new Club Member Account.  Please print the card and take it with you to every event entered.

Having registered as a Club Member, then please login to your EGB account and declare the details of the horse or horses on which you wish to compete (scroll down to the "Horses" section and click on "Register New Horse").  You will receive a Horse Indentication Card (in pdf format) and an identification number for each horses declared.  Please print the card for each horse and take it with you together with the horses' mastercard to every event entered.

Registering as a Club Member of Endurance GB will enable you to login into the EGB website (see "Login" on the right hand side of the menu bar) and then enter rides online and pay by credit or debit card.

You can download more detailed instructions on how to register as a Club Member of Endurance GB and how to make an Online Entry by going to the Downloads page of this website.

Click here for more information on the Terms and Conditions of Club Membership.


Prizes and Awards

The Organisers are pleased to announce that the following trophies / awards will be presented at the Final on Sunday 17th September 2017.

  • 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
  • Highest placed combination riding as an individual, with prize of £50
  • Best presented team
  • Horse with the highest performance score
  • Highest placed Junior / Young Rider