RoR BE90 & BE100 Championship
RoR Grassroots Eventing Championships, in conjunction with British Eventing, are designed for those competing at affiliated level.
Horses must have raced in GB and have current RoR competition membership. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January 2020.
RoR Grassroots Eventing Championships – GB Raced Only
Eligibility: Open to GB raced horses, competition registered with RoR and British Eventing. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January 2020.
Three Championships will take place in 2020 for both BE90 and BE100.
RoR Southern Grassroots Eventing Championship - Venue and dates to be confirmed.
RoR Northern Grassroots Eventing Championship - Venues and dates to be confirmed.
RoR Scottish Grassroots Eventing Championships - Glamis Horse Trials that will run July 31st – August 2nd.
At the Championships, the classes will run in two sections, BE90 and BE100 and will both be held as Open Classes.
To qualify for the finals, horse and rider combinations must finish within the top 50% of their section with a clear cross country round and no more than 12 show jumping faults.
If your horse qualifies at BE90, but then subsequently runs at BE100 before the final, you may still compete in the BE90 final. However if you qualify at 90cm’s, but run at BE Novice between qualification and the final you are no longer eligible for the BE90 final. If the horse has BE points with a previous or current rider it must not have gained BE points in the current or preceding season.
If your horse qualifies at BE100 and runs at BE Novice before the final, you are still eligible for the BE100 final, however if your horse runs at Intermediate level in between qualification and the final you are no longer eligible for the BE100 final. In this instance you should enter the RoR/NTF Retrained Racehorse Event Championship at The Magic Millions Festival Of Eventing at Gatcombe.
If a horse qualifies with one rider but is subsequently sold, then that horse and it's new rider keep the qualification. However, if the horse’s ownership does not change between qualification and the final the rider who qualified the horse must ride it in the final.
Qualification for the 2020 final will run from 17th July 2019 and will finish 6 weeks before the date of the final. There is no need to send qualification forms. RoR will check your qualification when entries for the final are received from the event.
When entering please enter the required OPEN section. Entries can be made via http://www.bdwp.co.uk
RoR reserves the right to amend qualification at any time.