No, using a 'Ticket to Ride' no prize money, qualification or placing may be won but shows will usually award rosettes at their discretion.
Membership and horse registration begin from when the application form is processed in the office and not the postmark date. It then runs for a full calendar year finishing on the last day of the month.
Training is available to all members, of all ages, such as Academies, UKCC, Five Star Performance Award and Pony Camps. We also offer the UK Coaching Certificate qualification. All details are available under the 'Training' section of the website, alternatively you can contact Rebecca Turner on email@example.com or telephone 02476 698828 for more information
Any registered horse is eligible for the classes, according to their points.
Anyone from the begining of the calendar year in which they turn 12 years-old can compete on a horse and are eligible for the same classes as the horse, unless specifically stated otherwise in the schedule.
An associate member is for anyone from the beginning of the year in which they reach 17 until the end of the year in which they reach 18. They are only eligible to compete registered horses in senior classes and can register horses or ponies in their ownership. Members still need to produce a copy of their birth certificate upon initial registration.
If a member is 16yrs or under they require a parent or official guardian to join along with them, as a Non Jumping member.
Yes, the form can be signed by the payee, parent or guardian, on behalf of the member.
Unless a ticket to ride has been paid for on the day of competition, both horse and rider must be currently registered. If the horse has a different owner from the rider, they must also be currently registered.
No, a request including all details and the relevant forms must be sent to the office in writing, along with payment details you can also request a change of ownership via membership on-line.
Yes you can, If you go to membership online you can join as a web supporter and then upgrade to a National member, we would also then a copy of any documentation (ie birth certificates, horses passports).
No, a request including all details and the relevant forms must either be sent to the office in writing, along with payment details or you can register online.
No, a request including all details and the relevant forms must be sent to the office in writing, along with payment details or you can register online.
When registering a new horse you need to send us or upload documentation for identification purposes. This must include any breeding and more importantly a sketch markings page that has been SIGNED AND STAMPED ON THE PAGE by a vet. This can be in the form of a passport, vetting certificate, JMB certificate etc. It is also a MANDATORY requirement that the horse / pony is microchipped
If we have not received acceptable identification for any new registrations we issue a 28 day temporary registration card. Within the 28 day period given we must receive acceptable, copies or original identification for the horse. Once this has been received we can issue a 12 month card, from the date of registration.
Any documentation that we receive is photocopied and filed and also identified as being seen by us, by having a British Showjumping stamp embossed in an appropriate place in the passport. The passport may not be acceptable for identification , reasons for this could be it is missing a vet stamp / markings but we still emboss the document.
A Ticket to Ride allows an unregistered horse/ rider or both to compete in affiliated competitions without paying a subscription. A small charge over and above the normal entry fee is charged per class and an unlimited amount can be used each year. Stallions are not eligible to compete on a ticket.