Contacts for Senior Teams

DisciplineNameEmail AddressPhone Number
Horse Trials/SJ/Blenheim Challenge/Arena EventingKatie Jones[email protected]07791 076056
Dressage To Music
Beth Woodward[email protected]07812 420950

Competing for ERC

Holly Osborne & FreddyWe love to have our Green & Gold colours representing Evenlode at both Area Qualifiers and Championships.  We have both individual and team places at all the Area 18 Qualifiers and in recent years have qualified teams for Show Jumping and Arena Eventing Champs as well as individuals at the Dressage, Dressage to Music and Arena Eventing Champs !  Area 18 Qualifiers run in the disciplines below:

  • Dressage (Summer & Winter) + Dressage to Music
  • Showjumping
  • Horse Trials (80, with long format at both 90 & 100)
  • Arena Eventing
  • Combined Training
  • Jumping & Style

ERC SaddleclothCompeting for ERC is a relaxed, inclusive and fun affair !  We pay the prelim entry fee for all those competing for the Club and arrange a training session in advance of the Qualifier to allow members to meet each other and brush up on their skills. Advice and support is available from trainers, committee members and team mates so no one needs to feel daunted.  Why not have a go and see what you think ?  Contact the relevant team managers on the numbers below if you’re interested.

Contacts for Junior Teams

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Flu Vac Rules

All horses training with ERC must have an up to date vaccination certificate which is the two primaries followed by an uninterrupted annual record.  Should an annual be missed, then the primaries need to be restarted.

When competing at an Area 18 Qualifier or National Championship, please check the requirements in the BRC handbook on pages 22-24 (details below). 

G7.1: Vaccinations against Equine Influenza
This rule applies in respect of any horse or pony which competes in a BRC area qualifier and/or championship.
The horse or pony must have been vaccinated against equine influenza by a veterinary surgeon who is not the owner of the animal, in accordance with the following rules:
The horse or pony must have received a primary injection followed by:
• a second primary injection which is given not less than 21 days and not more than 92 days after the first
• a first booster injection which is given not less than 150 days and not more than 215 days after the second primary injection
• further annual booster injections at intervals of not more than a year apart.

If the current vaccination programme started AFTER 1 January 2018:
• the first two primary injections must be correct i.e. the second given between 21 and 92
days after the first
• the first booster must be given between 150 and 215 days after the second primary injection
• all annual boosters must be correct.

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