Formerly known as the British Horse Trials Association (BHTA), the organisation changed its name to British Eventing in 2001 and is now run by the Chief Executive David Holmes, alongside the Board and the head office team at Abbey Park near Kenilworth in Warwickshire. BE sits alongside 18 member bodies, under the British Equestrian Federation, which is the National Governing Body for all equestrian sport in Great Britain.
The non-executive Board of Directors are responsible for the overall good governance of the sport and the strategic direction of the organisation.
British Eventing has a number of committees covering many areas of the business who review and propose rules, regulations and initiatives to the Board for their consideration.
Rider Working Groups
BE has introduced two rider working groups following member feedback that aim to strengthen the connection of the membership to the strategic direction of the sport. These groups will identify and assess areas of potential development and improvement of the sport for our members.
Company memorandum and articles of association
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Strategy and project updates
British Eventing are working on a strategic plan (2016-2020) to develop eventing in Great Britain and service its stakeholders, while delivering a modern and innovative sport.