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BRC Roadshow for Area 15

ALL RIDING CLUB MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND but we must have definite numbers.


Tuesday 18th November 7.30PM


 Light refreshments provided


 But please let us know if you are coming ASAP. but by 15th November at the latest please as we need to know numbers attending to arrange the catering,

Presentations by:

Executive, BRC and BHS Competitions

Laura Sanger 


BRC Competitions
Rachael Hollely

As last year BRC. Will be again visiting us for an Area Road show evenings  This is being held on the above date. There will be 2 speakers from BRC Office.

They will be able to answer questions about riding clubs in general, but if you have specific questions, observations etc.  you would like to put, they would appreciate any such questions in advance, this is to help the speakers reply to your question with the best possible response.

Please send your questions to Mair, email   They will also be dealing with the most commonly-asked questions from previous meetings.

But regardless of whether you have a question, if you would like to come along all Riding club members are most welcome.

But we do need to have definite numbers of how many are attending.  This is for catering arrangements.

Please would you also kindly let Mair know numbers attending from your club asap but no later than 15th November.

Light refreshments/soup & sandwiches will be provided.

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BRC Official Statement

BRC Official Statement camera

In light of the precautionary decision by British Eventing to prohibit the wearing of helmet cams with immediate effect. British Riding Clubs have also followed this measure in the interest of safety and welfare of riders and horses. This is to allow for the independent completion of expert research to be concluded. Therefore rule G22.6 is replaced with immediate effect (13:00 hrs 17/10/2014) as follows:

G22.6: Electronic Devices
No Receiving, recording, transmitting or monitoring device maybe used by a competitor during any phase of a competition. Head Cams are prohibited from use at any BRC affiliated competitions.

This decision will naturally cause some disappointment to those that use head cams to record their achievements but I am sure you will agree that safety has to be a top priority and it would be wrong to not take into account the current research and investigations on-going with the (TRL) Transport Research Laboratory. The ruling will be reviewed once the independent research is concluded.

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