- 17th July 2022
- 8:00 am
- Bishop Burton
The Summer Show -Showjumping area qualifier is at Bishop Burton , to be held on Sunday 17th July 2022.
Entries close Tuesday 7th June. Area 4 expect this to be a popular event, therefore we may be limited in our entries and entries may be balloted out by area 4.
Senior classes are as follows:
- Senior 70 Team/Individual
- Senior 80 Team/Individual
- Open 80 Individual
- Senior 90 Team/Individual
- Senior 100 Team/Individual
- Senior 110 Team/Individual
SENIOR STYLE JUMPING( 2 riders to jump 75cm and 2 riders to jump 85cm )or individual entry 75cm or 85 cm.
The show jumping will be run under Show Jumping rules set out in section SJ1 from page 54 in the BRC 2022 handbook.
Style Jumping is open to teams of four riders or as an individual. Each team consists of two riders jumping a 75cm course and two riders jumping an 85cm course. Individuals may choose the height at which they jump. Riders jump one round and are judged on the style of their riding. Riders must salute the judge when entering the arena, then canter a figure of eight until the signal to start is given; during this time, they will be judged for style on the flat.
When jumping, the rider is judged on how they ride the whole course, particular attention being given to how they ride the turns and present the horse at a fence. The rider needs to show balanced approaches to the fences and be able to maintain a good forward canter in a rhythm. The position of the rider at take-off, in the air, on landing and in the following strides is assessed along with the correct judgement of pace. It is assumed that the rider is aware of the correct leading leg and is able to change it if needed (a flying change correctly and quietly done is acceptable as is a simple change).
Show jumping will run under Option 2 where 2 rounds will be ridden, with a jump-off following straight on from the second round, with all competitors going forward to the jump-off section.
More information on eligibility can be found in the BRC Handbook 2022 page 93.
Entry fee is for show jumping £15 per person or £60 for a team.
Entry fee for style jumping £13 per person or £52 for a team.
If you are interested in being part of a team please complete the official team interest form (which can be downloaded from the web site by selecting ‘whats on’ then ‘qualifiers’ ) ahead of the deadline below and to Louise Downie email email@example.com
Flu vaccinations for 12 months must be up to date (see page 22 in the handbook). BRC will continue to strongly recommend a 6 month vaccination when attending BRC qualifiers and championships and maintaining good biosecurity. BRC reserve the right to amend these vaccination rules.
Checking of hats and back protectors must be up to the current specifications shown in the 2022 BRC handbook. Riders please be advised that the trimming of your horses whiskers is now not permitted and will lead to disqualification (see p1 2022 handbook).
Please note : If you compete at Area 4 you will be asked to volunteer for another event, and if you qualify for the championship you will have to provide a volunteer helper .
Championship is on 3-5 September 2022 Lincoln Showground
so please make sure you are able to make the championship dates if you want to enter the qualifier