Jump Training Championships Hartpury

Event Details


Jump Training Championships Hartpury

at Hartpury College, Hartpury House, Hartpury, Nr Gloucester, Glos, GL19 3BE, United Kingdom
Sunday 17 February 2019

Event Schedule

Entries Open 26 Nov 2018
Closing Date 13 Feb 2019

Classes & Fees

ClassDaysDressage TestNon-Member Entry FeeMember Entry FeeStarting FeeEnterView Entries
JT90Sun n/a£42.00£38.00N/Aenterview
JT100Sun n/a£42.00£38.00N/Aenterview
JT80Sun n/a£42.00£38.00N/Aenterview

Event Information




The competition will follow a similar format to the qualifiers with the addition of timing the second jumping round.


Phase 1: The course walk.

As in the qualifying rounds there will be a guided course walk in two groups at the beginning of the day.

Phase 2: The warm up.

Also as in qualifying rounds there will be an allocated time to work in with guidance from the accredited coach. There is space for working in by yourself prior to this session.

Phase 3:  The Jumping test

The competitor will then proceed directly from the working in arena into the show jumping arena The course of show jumps will be designed to British Eventing standards for the level of each competition. (BE80, BE90 & BE100). You will jump the first time then have some discussion time with the coach before jumping again. THE SECOND ROUND WILL ALSO BE TIMED AS AT A HORSE TRIAL.


Positive scores will be given as follows for each round


The horse’s balance and rhythm

10 marks

The horse’s paces and quality of the canter

10 marks

The rider’s ability to present the horse correctly to the fence and ride accurate lines

10 marks

The rider’s position, balance and ability to follow the horse’s movement over the fence

10 marks

Harmony. The partnership between horse and rider

10 marks


Maximum 50 marks


Show jumping penalties as per BE rules for 2017 also apply.



This is the final of the series and is only open to eligible combinations. Riders in the top 100 BE list, riders who are entitled to wear the Union Jack Badge as a result of representing Great Britain at any level in the last 3 years and any combination having previously won the championship at the same level will also incur a 5 point penalty.

Prizes 1st- 5th in all classes. Entry fee BE members £38/ Non members £42



Class 1: BE80 Jump Training Championship

Starting at 8.30am

Fences will be approx 0.80m


Class 2: BE90 Jump Training Championship

Starting after Class 1 but not before 11.30am

Fences will be 0.90m


Class 3: BE100 Jump Training Championship

Starting after Class 2 but not before 2.30pm

Fences will be 1.00m


The time allowed will be clearly displayed at the  secretary and will be discussed in the course walk.





All entries will be deemed accepted upon receipt.


Closing Date: 12 Feb 2018

Late entries : may be accepted on contacting the secretary

Telephone : 07506 291474

Online entries : can be made at www.britisheventing.com

Postal entries : should be made on official entry forms. Photocopies can be made as required

Refunds : 100% refund will be given up to 12noon on the closing date for entries. 

Withdrawals and substitutions: any withdrawals or changes to an entry can only be made by email prior to the closing date (jump.training@britisheventing.com).

Times : will be available on www.britisheventing.com on  16/02/18

Directions : Postcode is  GL19 3BE or contact the venue for directions.

Dress : is as BE  Rules 2018 for show jumping. Hats must be tagged according to BE rules.

Miscellaneous :

This training is given under the auspices of British Eventing and will be overseen by British Eventing Accredited Trainers and Officials.The competition is open to any rider who has qualified who will be 12 and over in 2017, there is no upper age limit.Horses/ponies must be at least 137cms for the JT80 and 142cms for the JT90 and JT100  and be aged 4 years or over in 2017.  At the final, only two horses may compete with the same rider/ class, this may be altered at the discretion of the organiser.  Only qualifying combinations are eligible for the championship.  In the event of equal scores, the competitor with a BETTER SHOW JUMPING SCORE will take the higher placing.Any objections must be made within 15 minutes of the incident together with a deposit of £10. The decision of the BE official is final.Please ensure you declare your intention to ride and collect your number before the course walk.


British Eventing, it’s officials and the venue and it’s officials can accept no responsibility for any loss, damage or injury to any person or object at the event.







ONLINE ENTRIES ARE PREFERRED through www.britisheventing.com


To book stabling please contact Kathryn.Cadoux-Hudson@Hartpury.ac.uk


This is the Championship of the series and as such is only open to horse/rider combinations who have qualified at one of the preceeding nine regional competitions. 


Prizes will be awarded 1st - 5th. 


**British Eventing 2018 Hat and Body Protector Rules will apply**