The second Equestrian Festival will take place at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre (Oatridge, West Lothian, EH52 6NH) on 4th & 5th July. The weekend will include qualifiers for the NAF British Riding Club National Championships, BHS Scotland Fingask Castle Riding Club Style Jumping , The BHS Scotland Courier Farm & Country Working Hunter Qualifier, Open Dressage and Show Jumping classes.
The Fingask Castle Style Jumping and Courier Working Hunter finals take place at Blair Castle International Horse Trials.
Saturday – Dressage – Open classes and Area Qualifiers
Sunday – Showjumping and Working Hunter – Open classes, Area Qualifiers and Blair qualifiers.
We have been notified that the European Commission have made changes to the EN1384 hat standard (this also includes BSEN1384) and it will no longer be recognised as an acceptable standard for riding hats in the UK. However, in order to phase out the use of EN1384 and/or BSEN1384 hat standards, the BRC 2015 / 2016 hat rules will be changed as follows:
· There will be no changes to the accepted hat standards for 2015 and hats will continue to be tagged with the BRC blue hat tags.
· However, from 1 January 2016, ALL hats must be checked and tagged with a new ORANGE BRC hat tag. All hats which only meet the standard EN1384 or BSEN1384, and do not comply with another standard off the above list, WILL NOT be accepted and therefore will not be permitted for any BRC competition. Hats which bear EN1384 or BSEN1384 along with another standard from the above list, will be tagged. For example, BSEN1384 & PAS015 (1998 or 2011) along with the Kitemark, would be acceptable, but not BSEN1384 on its own.
· From 1 January 2016, no hats with a peak of any description will be permitted for the XC phase of any BRC competition. Hat covers and silks will be permitted.
This wording will be added to the BRC 2015 Rule Book so that members have a year’s notice as to the changes that we will be implementing in 2016.
Membership is synchronised to the calendar year, 1st January to 31st December.
2020 Non-riding Membership
If you do not wish to participate in Club activities with a horse but do wish to support the club, please join as a non-riding member. This will ensure you are covered by BRC insurance at any PDRC events.