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SEIB British Riding Club Horse Trials kicks off!

SEIB British Riding Club Horse Trials kicks off!
Posted on August 02, 2013
Archive : August 2013
Category : News
The SEIB National Horse Trials is under way with the Junior HT 90cm and Senior HT 80cm competitions well underway. This weekend (2-4 August) will see over 600 competitions fight for top spot at the British Riding Clubs National final. 

Riding Club teams have travelled the length and breadth of the Country to attend this prestigious competition which is designed and built by Olympic course builder Richard Taylor and his team. The 90cm and 100/100+ competitions run over the traditional 3 day format which features the roads and tracks and steeple chase phases before tackling the undulating Swalcliffe course. 

"We are delighted to welcome British Riding Clubs and it's members to Swalcliffe Park. The atmosphere here is fantastic on the first day of competition. It's great to see so many people out supporting their clubs and so many volunteers with such big smiles on their faces."

The Event is open to the public. Competition starts at 8.30am on Saturday with the dressage phase for the Senior HT 90cm.

For more information visit the British Riding Club website 
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