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British Showjumping Club Membership for 2013 and beyond!

Do you want all the benefits of affiliated competition without the cost? Well read on!

This is a new concept from British Showjumping offering grass roots riders the opportunity to compete in affiliated competition whilst keeping costs to a minimum and also offering stepping stones to encourage progression to full affiliation.

We are delighted to have been the first venue nationally to offer this opportunity and for the foreseeable future, there is no need to be a Club member to compete. However, if you do well and wish to have your points awarded, then you have up to seven days after the show to register with British Showjumping.

The cost - well this is little more than most riding club memberships at just £30 on-line for combined horse/pony and rider registration (£35 through the office).

Full details can be found on www.britishshowjumping.co.uk, but are summarised below:
ï?? Combined horse/pony and rider membership only £30 on-line, £35 via BS office;
ï?? Horse/pony can be registered with more than one rider;
ï?? Eight regional leagues and annual regional championship (horses/ponies separate);
ï?? Club membership includes two “tickets to ride” in full affiliated classes nationally;
ï?? All results graded – full competition record – leagues run from 1st June to 31st May annually;
ï?? Membership handbook “Easy Guide to Showjumping”;
ï?? Includes insurance, access to training and access to magazine (on-line);
ï?? Points are allocated for 1 in 5 starters up to 30 starters – 1st 12 points, 2nd 10 points, 3rd 8 points, 4th 6 points, 5th 4 points, 6th 3 points. 3 points allocated to all double clears;

These classes are currently open to all, but you need to register if you want your points to be allocated and go forward to the Regional Leagues and Championships. These are regional rather than national to minimise travel costs and the whole scheme is designed to make competing more affordable to all.