Series RoR/BS Club League Championships

The RoR Club League Championship takes place at the British Showjumping National Showjumping Championships and it carries a prize fund of £700 with the top three also receiving a complimentary Club Membership for one year.

2019 Winner

Winner - Untilla Legend
Owned and Ridden by - Yvonne Goss

2018 Winners

Winner - Jive Master
Owned and Ridden By - Paige Smart

2017 Winner

Winner - Pete The Pastor
Owned and Ridden by - Rosie Till


RoR eligibility: For GB raced, foreign raced and un-raced horses with RoR Competition Membership. Riders must be 15 years or older on the 1st January 2020.

A National RoR Club League runs alongside the Regional Club Leagues, which culminate on the 30th June each year, and the league is used to identify the top thirty horse/rider combinations who then receive an invitation to compete in the Championship class which has a first round height of 85cm, rising to 90cm in the jump off.

The winner from each region will be identified by selecting the highest placed eligible horse with club league points in the 1.00m section. If none qualify, it will move to the highest placed eligible horse on the 90cm club league working downwards until a horse is identified.

Underpinning the Championship and Recognition Awards will be regional RoR Showjumping training which will be administered by each respective Development Officer. This training will be tailored specifically for owners and riders of former racehorses with a view to assisting them ease their horse as effortlessly as possible into their new competitive career.

Those retrained racehorses competing at Club level are also eligible for the RoR Regional Recognition Awards. A product sponsorship will be awarded to the highest place horse in each region with Club League points.

The RoR Club League Championship will take place at the British Showjumping National Championships, National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire - Date to be confirmed. For more information visit