BRC Area 21 covers the counties of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, Bro Morganwg, Neath Port Talbot and Pembrokeshire.
We provide Area Training and Competitions using various venues across the area including Lluest Equine Centre in Aberystwyth, Beacons Equestrian Centre in Ammanford, Little Mill Equestrian and Pibwrlwyd in Carmarthen and Moor Farm in Haverfordwest.
To find your local club or to get more information please see "The Clubs" page which will provide links to the individual clubs.
There have been some changes to the proposed dates for Area 21 Qualifiers:-
1) The Inter Winter Dressage which was postponed from the 6th October 2019 to 29th March 2020 has been brought forward to the 23rd February at Moor Farm.
The original date was too close to the date of the Championships. Schedule can be found on the Area Qualifiers page.
2) The Novice and Intermediate Show Jumping was originally scheduled for the 23rd February 2020 but, due to additional classes, it was decided that one day would not be enough. These are now scheduled for two days, the 1st and 2nd February 2020 also at Moor Farm. Schedule can be found on the Area Qualifiers page.
Rosettes, trophies and prizes are provided in kind, to include a training session with a world class trainer.
Rules The Grassroots Points League will run according to the official BRC rules found in the current BRC Rule Book p80-81.
1. Individuals can compete in both dressage (Walk and Trot and Prelim Level) and showjumping (60cms and 70cms) competitions. Both disciplines will count towards the league. 2. It is the individuals’ responsibility to download and print this card and produce it at every relevant competition to gain the signature of the Secretary upon being placed. 3. The Grassroots Points League takes place between 1 January - 31 October 2018. Completed points cards must be returned to BRC Head Office no later than the 7th of the following month. Results on cards received after this time will not count. 4. Checks will be carried out by BRC HQ to ensure that the information provided is correct. 5. Individuals can compete at club and area level. However a qualifying class for a BRC Championship may not be used to gain points for this league. 6. Individuals can compete across all clubs and areas. 7. If the card is not filled out correctly, the results will not be counted.
Placing to points table
1st place = 6 points 2nd place = 5 points 3rd place = 4 points 4th place = 3 points 5th place = 2 points 6th place = 1 point