Spring Show Results, Scoresheets and latest standings now on the website
The results from day one of our spring show are now on the website
The latest standings have been updated following the Sherwood Easter Spring Show and are now on the website
The current standings have been updated as at 26/3. See our Standings and Results page.
GoE Results and Score sheets will be published later this week
Thanks to the Oakridge show secretary (Monica Widh) and BR Admin (Jand Muir) for getting the Results, Scoresheets and the updated rankings together - all now on the website
The website has been updated with the results and scoresheets from the first 2017 shows.
The updated Team Selection Policy is now on the website. You can download the full policy and application form from the Team Selection Policy Page.
The aim is to choose the team and provide the preparation that will achieve the best possible results for Great Britain at the World Equestrian games in 2018. This process includes and involves the selection of a team to go to the European Championships this year.
In addition, talented combinations will be identified and wherever possible given the opportunities to progress particularly through competing internationally. Although the selection policy is specifically about 2017 and 2018 we are looking to develop potential team members into the future.
We are looking to select a team capable of achieving medal positions at the Championships this year and prepare a team capable of performing well at the 2018 World equestrian Games.
The two events under consideration currently are:
By request, the 2016 results have also been added back to the site.
The current standings includes the results from the 2017 shows. 2017 results (in full) will be published shortly.
At the last Council meeting we looked closely at the responses of the questionnaire and have addressed them with the following ineligibility criteria and additional classes.
The eligibility and point earning year runs from the first show held after the Championship Show weekend to the Saturday of the following Championship Show.Read more
Many thanks to the members who took the time to respond to the questionnaire that was sent out by British Reining. It was much appreciated, as the main purpose of the association is to support the needs of our membership.
The results of the questionnaire were discussed at the BR Council meeting in January, and the following points were agreed :
To introduce a "Prime Time" year end buckle award (age 50+)
To introduce a "Select" year end buckle award (age 65+)
To introduce a "Novice Horse Non-Pro" year end buckle award
To introduce a "Novice Horse Open" year end buckle award
To re-introduce BR Merchandise (Updated)
To hold "Ranch Riding" classes at the BR Spring Show
The application for riders to be considered for team GBR selection has been changed - the initial fee will be reduced to £50. If the rider is successful a further fee of £250 will be paid. The amount raised will contribute to the costs of the competition.
The general concusses was that the members want a minimum of two pure Reining Shows a year.
A request was made to have a "For Sale" category on the website to advertise horses. This already exists but has not been supported.
The Year End Buckle Awards should continue in their present format
i.e. Saturday night of the BR Championship Show
Looking forward to seeing you at the
British Reining AGM at Oakridge Arena on Friday 10th February at 6pm.