2023 SEIB Insurance Brokers
Racehorse to Riding Horse
Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) qualifier dates and venues
Wednesday 2nd August 2023 at Arena UK, Allington Lane, Grantham, Lincolnshire NG32 2EF – courtesy Equifest.
Please click here for the Arena UK qualifier timetable -
Saturday 12th August 2023 at Brendon Stud, Haresdean Farm, Pyecombe, Brighton BN45 7EG.
Please click here for the Brendon Stud qualifier timetable -
Sunday 3rd September 2023 at The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials, Burghley House, Burghley Park,
Stamford PE9 3JY. (SEIB Racehorse to Riding Horse only)
Further details will be available shortly at www.seib.co.uk/competitions
The SEIB Racehorse to Riding Horse Championship is a series for thoroughbreds that have raced in either Point to Point, Flat or National Hunt Racing.
The competition is open to amateurs and professionals. The format of judging will be as for a riding horse class but the best of type will win.
Therefore, if you have a hunter, hack or riding horse that has raced you are eligible to compete and the best horse on the day will be the winner.
A copy of the equine identity document (passport) may have to be produced before an entry can be accepted at Horse of the Year Show.
Horses must be over 4 years old and 148cms or over, riders must be 15 years old and over. The first two horses will go forward to Horse of the Year Show; if the first two horses have already qualified, at the judges discretion, horses down the line will be eligible to compete at the HOYS Championship.
Riders may only compete on one horse at each qualifying venue.
Please see timetable for class details and declare at least 30 mins before scheduled time.
KEY DETAILS AND HOW TO ENTER
See the ENTER page for details on how to enter.
Please arrange stabling directly with your venue of choice.
The judges listed have confirmed attendance. They could be changed through circumstances beyond our control. Please regularly check the website for any changes.
Please co-operate with our judges, secretary and stewards they are just trying to make the whole experience the best it can be and keep you safe.
It is important that you read the Rules and Regulations.