The following rules will appy if and when competitions are allowed to start again.
• Please note that the BRC rules state that anybody ‘entering Area Qualifiers must be willing & able to compete at the Championships should they qualify.’ There are national championships for all qualifiers. The combined training, summer dressage & SJ are also qualifiers for the Northern Region Championship. The details of all championships, i.e dates/venues are on the BRC website/Area 4 website.
• Lastly, White Rose have to provide volunteers to help run the area qualifiers. We usually have to help at the show jumping & combined training (held at Bishop Burton early in the year) as well as providing fence judges at the show cross & horse trials, and helpers for the Northern Championship & National Championships. The helpers can be doing anything from tack checking, dressage writing, car parking, passport checking - you don’t need horse knowledge!
Following discussion with the committee, from now on, anybody wishing to be part of a team MUST provide the name of a helper to be considered.
"IF YOU WISH TO HELP but don’t know a team member - please LET ME KNOW & I’ll put your name on my list! If you wish to compete & don’t have friends/family willing to help - find a friend from the club! If you can’t find anybody at all as a helper I will have to put you down as the helper instead of a rider for one event each. Thanks!" - Sophie
Improtant rules to remember:
The british Rinding Club's Rule Book is now online;
Training is run all year round, at the club field in the Spring and Summer months, and at Bishop Burton College through the Autumn and Winter. We have a variety of trainers and activities, depending on what members want, and which events are coming up on the team front.
To book for training seniors please contact Sophie (07557785924) and juniors contcact Anglea (07824429499).
If you wish to be considered for one of the club teams you will need to attend some of the training sessions. Additional training may be organised for team members. If you are selected to represent the club, then you will need to be able to provide a helper for the day of the event. Riding Clubs are run by volunteers and at regional competitions each club provides a number of people to help with a variety of jobs, jump judging, or serving tea, for example.
WRRC try to run teams for as many British Riding Clubs competitions as possible. We have both junior and senior teams and also enter members as individuals in various disciplines. We go to team events where we compete against other riding clubs both locally and nationally, travelling to Richmond, Lincoln, Bishop Burton and Port Royal amongst other places, and further afield if we qualify for the nationals.
Junior - under 18 years on the 1st January of the current year
Senior - 18 years and over on the 1st January of the current year
Junior - prelim and novice level tests. Teams of four/pairs dressage
Senior - prelim, novice and elementary level tests. Teams of four/pairs dressage
Juniors and seniors - range of tests to show competence of rider and their influence on the pony/horse. Team and individuals
Junior - Novice 80-85cm, Open 85-95cm. Teams of four, two rounds.
Senior - Novice 80-85cm, Intermediate 95cm-1m, Open 1.1-1.5m. Teams of four, two rounds
Juniors and seniors - max 85cm, jump one round judged on style on the flat and over fences. Teams of four and individuals
One Day Event
Junior - Novice 85cm, Intermediate 1m. Teams of four
Senior - Novice 85cm, Intermediate 1m, Open 1.10m. Teams of four
Teams of four, two competing prelim test and jumping 75cm and two competing novice test and jumping 85cm