Scottish National Championships
Hosted at Blair Castle International Horse Trials in Perthshire, the Scottish National Championships see riders from across the region compete from BE90 to CCI4*-S for the National title at each level.
In the Scottish Grassroots Championship, eligible horses and riders placing first, second or third in any normal BE90, BE100 or BE100 Open section in Scotland, qualify to compete in the BE90 or BE100 Championship, respective of which level they qualified at. Full details on eligibility and how to qualify can be found under Annex 6 of the BE Rules and Members' Handbook HERE.
The Scottish National Novice Championship welcomes all riders qualified to compete at CCI2*-L, Intermediate Championships at CCI3*-L level and the Scottish Open Championships combinations must be qualified to compete at CCI4*-S. The Scottish National Champion at each level will be the winner of each class with a special prize for the highest placed Scottish rider. Full details on eligibility and how to qualify can be found under Annex 6 of the BE Rules and Members' Handbook HERE.
Welsh National Championships
The Novice Welsh National Championships runs at Intermediate Novice level during Chepstow Horse Trials.
Eligible horses and riders can qualify for the Championships by:
- Placing first to tenth at any Novice, Open Novice, Intermediate Novice or CCI2*-S in Wales
- Where the horse is owned or ridden by a resident of Wales, and has completed in the top 20 per cent at an CCI2*-L
Full details on eligibility and how to qualify can be found under Annex 6 of the BE Rules and Members' Handbook HERE.