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Series RoR/BS Bronze League Championship

These awards are aimed at encouraging and identifying retrained racehorses that are competing nationally with British Showjumping and they will recognise those retrained racehorses competing within the British Showjumping Spring/Summer Bronze Horse League.

Horses must have current RoR competition membership. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January 2021.

2019 Winner

Winner - Jive Master
Owned and Ridden By - Paige Smart

2018 Winner

Winner - Stockade
Owned and Ridden by - Claire Fielding

2017 Winner

Winner - Baytown Tigress
Ridden by - Kieran Leonard
Owned by - Karen Gausden


RoR eligibility: Open to all RoR eligible horses with current RoR competition membership. Riders must be 15 years or over on the 1st January 2021. For horses 4 years older, mares and gelding, any height.

The RoR Bronze League Championship will take place at the British Showjumping National Championships at the National Agricultural and Exhibition Centre (NAEC), Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire in August for more information visit The RoR Bronze League Championship is open to those owners and riders of retrained racehorses that are registered with both British Showjumping and RoR.

The Championship will carry a total prize fund of £825 and the top three will also be rewarded with a complimentary Full Jumping Membership and a Grade C Horse Registration for one year.

A National RoR Bronze League will be introduced to run alongside the Spring/Summer 2019 Bronze League. This league will run from 1st April – 30th June and it will be used to identify the top thirty horse/rider combinations eligible to receive an invitation to compete in the Championship class. The class will have a first round height of 1.00m.

Underpinning the Championship 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.