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WHAT IS "ENDURANCE GB"? (EGB)
Endurance GB is the governing body for the sport of Endurance (Competitive Long Distance) Riding Great Britain, formulating the rules and organising rides to cater for all levels of ability, whether you simply want to compete occasionally at local events or aim eventually for top class and international competition. We provide and manage well over 100 events a year for members of the Association riding registered horses and ponies as well as many social and pleasure rides, to encourage non-members.
WHAT ARE ITS AIMS?
Our mission is to promote and enhance the sport of Endurance (Competitive Long Distance) Riding within the United Kingdom, by providing competition, training and development opportunities that will appeal to all levels of rider from beginner to world class winner. The Society will endeavour to promote and uphold at all times the highest standards of horse welfare.
With a calendar of endurance rides held in every part of the country from spring to late autumn and local events throughout the year, a comprehensive training and information sharing programme through seminars and meetings, there is something for everyone at every level to participate and enjoy
The chance to participate in rides throughout the country. Meet others with the same interest in riding and to compete, either modestly or seriously, locally, nationally or internationally.
Receive regular newsletters containing updates, letters, features of specialist interest to endurance riders. An omnibus fixture list for the season, indicating where rides will be taking place, what classes and where to send entries. Third party insurance, Rulebook, the Constitution and your Membership Card. Special lower entry fees for members.
Opportunity to accumulate mileage awards plus special awards in many categories which are awarded both nationally and at local branches.
WHO FITS IN?
Anyone and everyone! Even non-riding members of the family can take part as back-up crew. Crewing can vary from a simple helping hand to a complicated well-practised part of a rider’s strategy, depending on you and your crew’s ambition.