Volunteers

British Eventing greatly values the work of all of our volunteers – the sport simply couldn’t survive without them. For this reason, all of our volunteer training courses are completely free. From our Jump Forward Programme for young people interested in volunteering to our Access All Areas dates, we have many courses available to choose from.

Volunteering with BE

What role is for me?

There are many ways to volunteer in the sport, with multiple roles available in some of the most stunning locations across the UK. With positions including fence judging, dressage writing, score collecting, scoring, marshalling, stewarding, being an entries secretary or doing the all-important tea run, there's something for everyone - find out more about what each role involves and whether it might be the right fit for you!

Young Equestrian Leaders Award

The Young Equestrian Leaders Award recognises young people who volunteer in equestrian sports. Whether you help at your local riding school or give your name to a horsey charity such as the Riding for the Disabled Association, you can get your volunteering recognised and rewarded by the British Equestrian Federation and Sport England.

Access All Areas

Jump Forwards

Upcoming Volunteering Opportunities

July

COOKE COACHBUILDERS STAFFORD (2)

Staffordshire , Weston Road
Friday 12 Jul to Sunday 14 Jul
Volunteers required for the following roles: • Fence Judges • Dressage Stewards • Dressage Writers • Scoring Team Volunteers will be very well looked after with refreshments to include sausage rolls, and strawberries and cream

August

LAND ROVER BLAIR CASTLE INTERNATIONAL

Perthshire
Thursday 22 Aug to Sunday 25 Aug
Volunteers required for the following roles: Arena Crossing Point Stewards Cross Country Crossing Point Stewards (Saturday & Sunday only) Arena Parties Office Runners/Information Tent Lorry Parkers Collecting Ring Stewards In return Volunteers will receive: Entry tickets for when you aren’t working Packed lunch for the days you’re working Free camping on site A Joules polo shirt if you are helping for 2 or more days If you are able to help, please complete the application form on their website www.blairhorsetrials.co.uk/home/volunteers/.

Terms and Conditions

Read our Terms and Conditions for booking onto a training course.

Training Contact

If you have a question about any aspects of our training, you can contact the Head Office Training and Education Team on training@britisheventing.com or 02476 698866.

If you have a question about training in your local area, you can get in touch with the Regional Development Officer or Under 18 Regional Contact in your region.