BRC Area 5 Horse Trials Moreton Morrell
Misterton & District

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BRC Entries Payment, Eventing
Class Price Members Price
class 1 80 team/ind
+£2.01 Booking Fee
class 13 100+ team/ind
+£2.01 Booking Fee
class 5 90 team/ind
+£2.01 Booking Fee
class 9 100 team/ind
+£2.01 Booking Fee

Moreton Morrell Riding club Unaffiliated Horse Trials
Inc. Area 5 RC Team & Individual Points Competition with Pony Club ODE & Stress-less sections
Sunday 8th May 2022
Held at: Moreton Morrell College
Entries non myridingclub for BRC classes only, BRC teams include juniors and seniors.

1 BRC HT 80cm Team & Individual
BE91 (2009) £80.00 Ind. £320 Team 0.80m

5 BRC HT 90cm Team & Individual
BE95 (2012) £80.00 Ind.£320 Team 0.90cm

9 BRC HT100 Team & Individual 100cm
BE101 (2009) £80.00 Ind.£320 Team 1.00m

13 BRC HT Teams and Individuals 100+
N110 (2012) £80.00 Ind. £320 Team 110cm SJ 100m XC

All classes running under BRC Rules.

Entries are first come first served for this event.
Entries will close 30th APRIL 2022. Class numbers may be limited.
Vet & Farrier onsite.
No refunds after close of entries.
Venue address Moreton Morrell College, Moreton Morrell, CV35 9BP – Please avoid driving
through the village.

We are always in need of event help and support – if you can help please email
Please be kind to everyone involved in the event.
STARTING TIMES: All times will be on our Facebook page Moreton Morrell College Equine Events
Facebook page
Friday 6th May 2pm
STABLING: On site stabling £40.00 per night including VAT or £20 day stables. Shavings/Flax beds
available only, to apply contact Wayne Rodwell on 03301356416 or

BRC Classes 1, 5,9,13 Money off vouchers for use of the Equine Facilities at Moreton Morrell.
Vouchers will be awarded in all classes per every 10 starters in each section to a maximum of 3th place.
Rosettes will be awarded to 10th Place , Teams and Individuals.

The organisers of this event have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of
every person present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable
precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the
organisers and all the officials and stewards.
Please take special care to ensure the safety of children. Children must be supervised at all times.
Save for death or injury caused by the negligence of the organisers or anyone for whom they are in
law responsible, Warwickshire College, for themselves, their servants, agents, employees and all
those connected with the horse trials, do not accept liability for any accident, loss, damage, injury or
illness to horses, owners, riders, spectators, vehicles, their contents and accessories or any other
person or property whatsoever, whether caused by their negligence, breach of contract or statutory
duty or any way whatsoever of themselves, their servants, agents, employees and all those
connected with the horse trials or otherwise.
The Organisers reserve the right to: Cancel any class or section; Divide any class; Transfer competitors between
sections of a class; Alter the advertised times, and Refuse any entry. In the unlikely event of abandonment,
£12 from every entry will be kept by the organiser to cover cancellation costs; all the remaining monies will be
All hats MUST have been tagged with an Aqua hat tag, this can be done by the Secretary
BRC, Unaffiliated, Pony Club
& No dressage classes all run under BRC Rules Inc. timings.
Horse/ponies must be 5 years or older.
Horses/ponies must be over 132cm in height.
Riders must attain the age of 12 years in 2022.
HAT STANDARDS Due to a change by the European Commission regarding EN1384 and BSEN1384 no
longer being an accepted standard, all hats which only meet the standard EN1384 or BSEN1384, and do not
comply with another standard from the above list, WILL NOT be accepted and therefore will not be
permitted for any BRC competition. Hats which bear EN1384 or BSEN1384 along with another standard
from the above list, will be tagged. For example, BSEN1384 & PAS015 (1998 or 2011) along with the Kite
mark, would be acceptable, but not BSEN1384 on its own.
IMPORTANT CHANGE FOR THE CROSS COUNTRY PHASE: Only a “Jockey Skull” complying with the above
standards may be worn for any XC phase. This must not have a peak, any peak type extensions or
noticeable protuberances above the eyes or to the front and should have an even round or elliptical shape
with a smooth or slightly abrasive surface. A removable hat cover with a light flexible peak may be used if
Body Protectors: A body protector is obligatory in all cross-country competitions and is strongly
recommended in show jumping competitions. A BETA Level 3 (purple label) which has been manufactured
in the year 2009 or blue label 2018 must be worn. Body protectors should be fitted and worn as per the
manufacturer’s instructions.
The uses of HEAD CAMS are strictly prohibited. This includes use on the head, chest, bridle or any other
part of the horse or rider.
Falls: A rider is considered to have fallen when there is involuntary separation between them and
their horse/pony, which necessitates remounting or vaulting into the saddle.
Any competitor who has had a fall in a warm-up area, competition arena or anywhere on site, must:
• see the doctor/paramedic before remounting to start the competition/phase and follow
their instructions
• see the doctor/paramedic before leaving the site and follow their directions
• liaise with event officials where multiple classes/multiple horses are entered to ensure
they are able to continue should a time sanction be imposed by the doctor/paramedic. It is the rider’s
responsibility (or guardian of a junior rider) to ensure compliance. The doctor/paramedic/
first aider/coach/steward/organisers decision will be final. Failure to comply may result
in a referral to the BRC Disciplinary Committee. All falls should be correctly documented and
Medical arm bands are recommended; these must be worn on the arm
Any horse or pony, which is considered by a Judge, Organiser or Steward to be unsound, unfit or
unhealthy, will be excluded from further competition without any refund of entry fee.
ATV (quad bikes) and motor-bikes are not permitted at Moreton Morrell, unless specifically authorised by
the Organisers. Official vehicles to dressage filed only.
Non-competing/travel companions are not to be left in unaccompanied, the organiser/secretary must be
made aware of any horses/ponies onsite which are not competing.
Competitors will be required to print their numbers and display in a number bib for all phases.
ALL DOGS MUST BE ON A LEAD & CLEARED UP AFTER – Moreton Morrell College is a Working Farm.
XC Course designer, builders & ground work Lloyd Hunt and Lands Eventing team.
SJ Couse Builder Martin Cox
The Cross Country Courses will be open for walking on Saturday 4th May from 2pm
Objections must be made in writing to the Secretary within half an hour of the incident together with a £50
deposit. The deposit will be forfeited if the objection is not sustained. After this the score cannot be changed.

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