Memorandum and Articles
All supporters and members of EGB must agree to be bound by the Memorandum and Articles of Endurance GB and the Rules and Regulations of Endurance GB as amended from time to time, copies of which can be found on the Endurance GB website at www.endurancegb.co.uk and can be supplied in paper format on request at a cost of £5 including postage. Also a copy of the General Rules, which are a subset of the full rules, can be viewed by clicking: Rules
BEF Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Rules
All supporters and members of EGB must agree to be bound by the BEF Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Rules and the BEF Anti-Doping Rules for Human Athletes as amended from time to time, copies of which can be found on the British Equestrian Federation Website and can be supplied in paper format on request.
It is the responsibility of the person applying to be a supporter or a member of EGB to ensure that all information provided in their Application is correct to the best of their knowledge.
In the event that the applicant is under 18 years old, the parent or legal guardian signing on behalf of that person specifically agrees to accept primary responsibility for that person’s compliance with the BEF Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Rules and that the parent or guardian will be the Person Responsible for any Horse ridden, vaulted or driven by that person for the purposes of those Rules.
If a rider withdraws prior to the ride close date all entry fees will be refunded automatically.
If a rider withdraws after the ride close date and before vetting, authorisation of the refund is dependent on proof being supplied to the Ride Secretary within ten days of the ride. For more details see making an entry
GDPR and Privacy
Save for death or personal injury caused by negligence, neither the organising committee of the ride, nor Endurance GB, accept any liability for any accident, damage, injury or illness to horses, owners, riders, ground spectators or any other person or property whatsoever.
The rider must agree to understand that riding is a risk sport and will only compete if fit and competent to undertake the class entered, by ticking the relevant box on the entry form.