One of the many reasons British Eventing events are so successful and enjoyable is the services of a trained BE Steward and a BE Technical Adviser. Find out more about them here.
If you don’t have your own horse, there are many other ways to get involved in eventing, from grassroots to elite competition. Though the season is over for 2018, why not have a think about some of the below ideas for 2019?
Christmas may still be four months away, but the shopping village at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is just too good, so we went on the hunt for those perfect stocking fillers.
A trip to an historic house is a favourite activity for millions of people in the UK, especially eventing fans, who are lucky enough to visit many of the country’s most impressive estates to watch our sport. Here’s a quick round-up of some of the best places to step back in time and some nearby events to make a weekend of it!
There’s no doubt that eventing takes us to some of the most beautiful spots in the UK and the sporting action is full of ‘Kodak moments’. Here are a few pointers to make sure your eventing snaps do the day justice, with advice from equestrian photographer Kit Houghton.
For many riders competing in the entry levels of BE, moving up and taking on a one star is a big goal, so we've taken a look at some of the key things to know if you are planning to compete in a one star this season.