Events

Moving up from BE100 to Novice

Moving up from BE100 to Novice

Ready for the step up to Novice? Leading trainer Ros Morgan shares her thoughts

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Moving up from Novice to Intermediate

Moving up from Novice to Intermediate

Ready to move up to Intermediate? We ask coach Robin Dumas for his thoughts

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Moving up from Intermediate to Advanced

Moving up from Intermediate to Advanced

Preparation is key if you want to step up to Advanced, says coach Caroline Moore

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Which event should I aim for in 2021?

Which event should I aim for in 2021?

Plot your journey for the new season with the help of EquiRatings and British Eventing Life’s rider pathway guide

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British Eventing 2021 calendar

British Eventing 2021 calendar

Following last year’s disrupted schedule, there’s a host of brand new events to look forward to this season

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What are ballot dates and numbers and how does balloting work?

What are ballot dates and numbers and how does balloting work?

Not too sure about the process? Our FAQ answers some common questions

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Your questions about event abandonment answered

Your questions about event abandonment answered

Ever wondered about the difference between abandonment and cancellation, and the difficult decision-making process? We take a closer look

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What are the benefits of affiliated eventing?

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 here

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How your British Eventing entry fee is spent

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...

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How to get a clear show jumping round

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?

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How does an event run?

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 volunteers

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Five ways to stay part of the sport without competing

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 eventing

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Do I need an FEI passport?

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?

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Advice for your first BE80 event

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) coaches

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10 things you only know if you’re a BE volunteer

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 insights

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