If you have been inspired by our Youth teams’ golden summer then we invite you to apply for the BE Youth Programme; eligible riders aiming to represent Great Britain at the 2018 European Championship can now register online.
Charles Owen Pony Programme
The training and competition Pony programme is designed to produce a team of riders that will represent GB at the European Championships, along with the coaching and development of riders for pony teams in the future. Each year the Pony European Championships are held for riders between the year of their 12th and 16th birthday riding ponies between 142cm and 148cm (14hh – 14.2hh).
Register for the Charles Owen British Pony Programme HERE.
Racesafe Junior Programme
Riders applying for the Racesafe Junior Programme will benefit from the competition and training schedule that will aim to produce the GB European Championships squad and future development of riders. The programme is for riders between the year of their 14th and 18th birthday eligible to compete at Intermediate level, ideally riders looking at registering on the Junior Programme would have already completed (with an FEI qualifying result) at least one CCI1* or higher, or intend to achieve such CCI qualification during the spring of 2017.
Register for the Racesafe British Junior Programme HERE.
British Young Rider Programme
The Young Rider Programme is for those in the year of their 19th to 21st birthday with the European Championships being held at 2* level. The main aim of the Young Rider Programme is to select a team for the Young Rider European Championships, with selectors seeking talented riders to support and encourage them through to the top level with long term aims being to widen the choice of candidates available for selection on to the Senior team.
Register for the British Young Rider Programme HERE.
If you would like to find out more about these programmes or want to check whether you are eligible to apply please contact Gemma.Harriss@britisheventing.com
Article Source: British Eventing News
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