Qualifiers - Once second round qualification is gained you will receive a congratulatory second round sheet. This needs to be returned to Hargate Equestrian, along with a cheque for £12 (made payable to Hargate Equestrian) for your second round card (or pay online here). You will then receive your second round card which will allow you to take part in any second round at the same level, held within the same series year.
Combined training - Both juniors and seniors can ride either horse or pony as long as the partnership is compatible. Qualifications will be split into two sections, ponies up to 148cm and horses over 148cm. First 5 placings will qualify for second rounds.
Showjumping - Junior riders should not have had their 17th birthday by the time of the junior championship. Junior riders must not ride a pony bigger than 14.2hh. Junior riders on a horse over 14.2 must be over 12 years old, and compete in the senior section. Second round qualifications are rewarded to all double clears. Seniors riding ponies can compete in any class, but can only qualify in 65cm, 75cm and 85cm.
Dressage - Both juniors and seniors can ride either horse or pony as long as the partnership is compatible. Juniors are up to 16 years, having not had their 17th birthday by the time of the first day of the National Championship. Seniors must have had their 17th birthday before the first day of the National Championship. In order to qualify for second rounds tests must score over 58%. NPS qualifications are available, please see the schedule.
Our Cashjumping classes are stage 1, restricted to combinations that have not won over £500 in that class. Entry to Cashjumping is open to all combinations, whether registered with Cashjumping or not. Registration can be done on the Cashjumping website. Prize money cannot be rewarded to non-registered competitors, in which case, prize money will continue down the placings. All equines must be aged 4 or over to compete. Juniors are aged 16 and under on January 1st of that year. Juniors made ride horses as long as the rider is 12 or over. Seniors may ride ponies but they must be registered as a horse. Competitors can ride up to three ponies in any one pony class, or four horses in any one horse class. No combination may enter more than 3 classes. No equine may be ridden by two different riders in the same class, unless one goes HC. All Cashjumping classes are to be run by their own rules. Prize money will be awarded according to the prize grid on the website.