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EQUINE FLU:

In the light of the recent Equine Flu outbreak, The Blackdown Hills Riding Club will be following guidelines / rules as set by the specific venues that
we use, to hold our events. These guidelines may vary from one venue to another. In the interest of the health of your horse and the possibility of you
being able to compete, it is advisable that you have your horses inoculated against the illness. Please check each venue’s website for their update on
their ruling.

Below is such an example taken from The Stretcholt
Equine Centre.

VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL COMPETITIONS
AT STRETCHOLT EQUESTRIAN CENTRE – ALL PASSPORTS MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE SECRETARYS UPON ARRIVAL, BEFORE UNLOADING

In the face of recent equine influenza outbreaks the British Equestrian Federation (BEF) asks all event organisers or coordinators to:

1. Check equine ID passports of all horses attending your event:
Ensure that the horse (or pony) has received two injections for primary vaccination against equine influenza given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart. Only these two injections need to have been given before a horse/pony can attend. In addition, if sufficient time has elapsed a first booster injection must be given no less than 150 days and no more than 215 days after the second injection of the primary vaccination.
Subsequently, booster injections must be given at intervals of not more than one year apart. Any horse not complying with the vaccination rules should not be unloaded nor any horses travelling with it and they will not be allowed to participate in any session.

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ALL our events are listed on our ” latest news” page, this includes training dates and some events RC members are entering to represent BHRC, either as a team or an individual.

Schedules for events we are holding are listed below.

Spring Show – BHRCspringshow

April Dressage – April Dressage Schedule A4

Summer Dressage League – DRESSAGE LEAGUE COMPETITION 2019

For British Riding Club Area events go to BRC Area 12

Have-a-go Dressage to music – as far as we know, BHRC are the only club to run this sort of competition. A few guidelines for you below.

“HAVE-A-GO” DRESSAGE TO MUSIC

  •  The time allowed is 4 to 5 minutes. All DTM tests are timed from the first halt to the final halt ( this has to be on the A – C centre line, but not necessarily at D, X or G. 
  •  All  BHRC dressage to music tests will take place in a 20m x 40m arena.
  • The music must be recorded on a standard CD.
  •  It is strongly recommended that each rider has at least one spare copy to hand.
  •  It is very important that a definite signal to start is given. (A BIG wave!)
  • CD’s must be handed to the commentator at least 30 minutes before the scheduled time of their test.
  • Competitors may provide their own technical adviser to be present in the commentator’s box to supervise the playing of the CD. It is recommended that they have a duplicate CD readily available.
  •  No more than 20 seconds of introductory music may be played before the entry at A.