Grass Roots Programme
It is designed for both those with their own horses who are starting to
compete and non horse-owning riders who are learning to ride at a training facility.
From the Grass Roots Programme, (levels 1, 2 & 3 ) riders progress
to a series of Grass Roots and Start Up Competitions (level 4) before
being introduced to competitions at national level (Mini )
Start Up Competitions
These local events are designed to encourage riders to participate in competitions, whilst having extra support and encouragement. The aim is to give riders a broad base of experience. Jumping classes are at 40, 50 & 60cm. Competitions may also include gymkhana games, showing classes etc. See specific schedules for details.
Riders may be led in 40cm classes.
Ponies may be shared by two riders in the same class unless the class is a qualifier.
See General Rules 2012 for details.
South East Regional Championships at Royal Leisure, Sussex
Team & individual qualifiers for 40, 50 & 60 cm show jumping classes
Qualifying venues include
Mayfield, E Sussex
Felbridge, W. Sussex
Lord Lec PC Show, Sussex
East Anglian Regional Championships at Easton College, Norfolk Dec 9th 2012
Team & Individual qualifiers for 40, 50, 60 & 70cm show jumping classes at
Lime Kiln Farm E.C
The Jays Stud
From Grass Roots levels, riders can progress to the following competitions
Regional Points Leagues
Local competitions split into regions.
Annual Dressage & Show Jumping Championships within each county.
Regional Championship Qualifiers
14 dressage, show jumping and arena eventing qualifiers spread around the country. Top 2 teams & 2 individuals to qualify for the annual NSEA Championships held in the autumn.
Annual Championships – Addington Manor E.C 21st & 22nd October 2012