NORC Social Night
25th May at 7:30 p.m.
Picnic and Polo
27th May arrive at 12 noon
Bring your picnic, family and friends
Join us for fun afternoon at Kirtlington Polo Club
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Julie Britton on Ballylongford Ranger in
Winter Dressage Championships.
Julie was riding against more than 100 entrants
and got a very good score of 61.06%
Well done Julie you and Bally looked great!
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What a day at
the Swalcliffe Eventer Challenge!
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Well done to everyone great riding seen from all!
A special mention to Tory Robbins who won the junior individual 100!
She has qualified for the BRC FOTH championship!
To Nell Burden who was 2nd in the Junior 90 Individual ... we all
thought you rode really very well!
Hannah Fitzpatrick and Jade Beckham in the 90 Senior Individual rode
lovely clear rounds and only time faults kept them out of the
Our 80cm senior team all rode well... had a few mishaps but live and
Sinead Fitzpatrick a lovely clear round well done!
Rhiannon Szmigielski lovely jumping unfortunately an error on course
Andy Henry great grit and determination showed today ... hope you're
not too sore!
p.s. and myself a few poles Show Jumping and clear XC - very happy
with my baby pony
You were all great fun... hope everyone agrees a really great day!
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Important Show Jumping and Dressage
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British Riding Clubs 2018
Hat Rules and Tagging
British Eventing, British Riding Clubs and The Pony Club are
delighted to announce that they have joined together to unify the
hat standards across all three Member Bodies; resulting in a single
hat tag being accepted across British Eventing, The Pony Club and
British Riding Club events in 2018.
The new ‘aqua’ coloured hat tag will carry the logo of the body that
checks the hat so that the source of the tagging can be tracked and
will mean that riders no longer have to wear multiple tags on their
The 2018 hat rules includes a small change to the AS/NZS 3838
standard for The Pony Club and British Eventing, both of which will
now only be accepting from 2006 onwards.
All three bodies will use an aide memoire that will list the
standards and quality assurance marks and will be used by officials.
Body Protector Reminder
1 January 2018 a BETA Level 3 2000 purple label will no longer be
accepted. Body protectors must meet BETA Level 3 2009 purple label
or after. The ONLY exception to the requirement for a BETA Level 3
2009 purple label is that Exo Body Cages will
continue to be accepted, provided they have a BETA Level 3 2000
purple label. Riders wearing Exo Body Cage protectors must inform
the secretary at all events. Body protectors should be fitted and
worn as per the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Head Cameras and other Wearable Cameras
BRC have advised all members that the wearing of video recording
cameras are banned for BRC competitions and may invalidate your