What are the benefits of affiliated eventing?
Trained stewards and technical advisers help to make British Eventing events so successful and enjoyable; find out more about them hereRead more
How your British Eventing entry fee is spent
We asked three event organisers to share their costs with us in order to work out how the average entry fee is spent. Here's what we found out...Read more
How to get a clear show jumping round
When it comes to show jumping, many of us find that nerves can get the better of us. So how can we overcome this and aim for that clear round?Read more
How does an event run?
Sophie Tunnah went on a BE Access All Areas day to see first hand the dedication and hard work of organisers, their team and volunteersRead more
Five ways to stay part of the sport without competing
If you don't have your own horse to compete, or if competing isn't for you, there are still lots of ways you can stay part of eventingRead more
Do I need an FEI passport?
Aiming for international competition? You probably have a detailed training and competition schedule - but is your paperwork in order?Read more
Advice for your first BE80 event
BE80(T) is a great way to start eventing; we get some top tips from Linda DeMatteo, one of our regular BE80(T) coachesRead more
10 things you only know if you’re a BE volunteer
Elin Stenberg, a volunteer since 2004 when she attended her first fence judging course, gives us her insightsRead more
3, 2, 1… Sport restart!
During one of the most challenging situations in living memory, Kate Herren looks at how British Eventing Organisers helped to kickstart our sport during Covid-19Read more
Q&A with cross country course designer Eric Winter
Youth Performance Manager Darrell Scaife met Eric Winter (via Zoom) to put questions from some of the riders on the BE Youth ProgrammesRead more
How to memorise your dressage test
We take a look at the different ways that we memorise information and how we can use this to help us learn (and remember) our dressage testRead more
Dealing with pressure
We take a look at how the pressure of competition impacts us all differently and offer some advice on how to deal with itRead more
Hannah Craft’s diary: Doing the right thing
British Eventing Ambassador Hannah Craft tells us the highs and lows of her season Back in January, I...Read more
Training the eventer’s brain
Many of us spend a lot of time focusing on the physical training of ourselves and our horses,...Read more
Against the odds: David Howden
Establishing a new event is challenging at the best of times, but doing it in the middle of a global pandemic is something elseRead more