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.
It will be held at Oakridge Arena, Newark at 6pm.
Notice is hereby given that the 2017 Annual General Meeting of the company will be held at Oakridge Arena, Newark on Friday 10th February 2017 at 6pm. for the following purposes:
1.To receive the report of the directors and the accounts for the year ended 2016
2.To approve the minutes of the previous AGM
3.To consider the income and expenditure accounts and balance sheet
4.To consider, and if thought fit, pass any resolution proposed by a full member before 15th January 2017
5.To re-elect members of council who, retiring by rotation as director under the articles of association and, being eligible, are offering themselves for re-election as director
6.To elect council members who, before 15th January 2017, have submitted a correctly completed nomination form and have subsequently been elected, where necessary, by a ballot of the members
7.To re-appointthe company's accountants until the conclusion of the next annual general meeting of the company at which accounts are laid before the members and to authorise the directors to determine their remuneration
8.If any British Reining member wishes to stand for Council, please request a nomination form from firstname.lastname@example.org
9. The form must be completed and returned by post to be received no later than
15th January 2017
By order of the board
Dated 26th November 2016
A member entitled to attend and vote at the meeting is entitled to appoint a proxy to vote, and attend, instead of him. A proxy need not be a member of the company. To apply for a proxy form please email email@example.com
Check out the latest NRHA newsletter
The voting has been completed and the honorees have been notified! Following the presentation of the Hall of Fame Committee’s recommended nominees, the NRHA Board of Directors and past Hall of Fame inductees voted to approve Carol Rose, Rosanne Sternberg and Smart Like Juice for induction into the NRHA Hall of Fame in 2017. Tim Katona will be the recipient of the Dale Wilkinson Lifetime Achievement Award for 2017.Read more
It was agreed at the AGM that BR council would send out a questionnaire to members to give us feedback on the various points raised.
We also had a problems with the bulk email that was sent out giving notice of the AGM.
We have decided to send the questionnaire by “Snail Mail “and also to send it by email. You should receive the email at or around the same time as the letter. The survey can also be completed via the websiteRead more
British Reining are running a UKCC Level 2 Workshop on 12 November 2016.
If you would like to work towards this qualification please contact Vix Borland at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
The Technical Syllabus can be found on the Coaches & Trainers page
The latest standings are now on the website
These are the last standings before the Championship Show. Please double check your positions as any errors must be notified before 24 September. There is a column which shows the number of shows you have achieved a score in. If there is only one shown you will need to compete in that class on the Saturday and achieve a score (0 does not count) to qualify for the Championship class on the Sunday. Eligibility to compete in the Championship Class is that you must have achieved a score in 2 separate slates during the year in the relevant class.