Event organisers tell riders and spectators what to expect from BE’s July and August events that host classes from BE80(T) to Advanced.
As part of UK Anti-Doping Clean Sport Week (21-27 May 2018) Kate Hore, RNutr (Animal) and Senior Nutritionist at NAF, along with the BEF Equine Anti-Doping and Controlled Medication Rules (‘BEFAR’), explain which substances you can and can’t compete on, and how to make sure you keep clean.
In aid of UK Anti-Doping Clean Sport Week (21-27 May 2018) we spoke to Sandra Hill, Anti-Doping Programme Manager at the British Equestrian Federation, to find out how eventing is kept clean.
If you compete with British Eventing did you know that your horse can be drug tested at every level? So no matter if you are doing your very first BE80(T) or are an experienced and regular competitor, making sure you are aware of feed contamination is essential. We take a look at how we can reduce the risks.