Making Strides Forward: British Eventing National Championships Moves to Hartpury College

In a decisive stride responding to weather challenges and operational costs, the British Eventing (BE) national championship has announced a change of scenery. The championships, originally intended to be held at Gatcombe, have moved its_home to Hartpury College. With its reputation for hosting equestrian events fit for champions, Hartpury College is primed to accommodate the demands of national championships.

Reining in a New Era

After weathering the storm of cancellation due to adverse weather conditions and confronting a gallop of rising operational costs, the organizers of the BE national championship resolved to relocate the championship. It serves as a testament to adaptability and growth in any field, even amid unique challenges and obstacles.

Pacers of the Event

The term 'one horse race' will be put to pasture as Hartpury College becomes the host of a range of competitions. The new venue will now flaunt an array of events, including novice, intermediate, and open national championships. That's not all, folks! The Corinthian cup restricted novice championship and the CCI4*-L national championship also trot into the schedule.

Unbridled Expectations

Transitioning from a familiar track at Gatcombe to the new ground at Hartpury College, both spectators and competitors are ripe with anticipation. Framed against the backdrop of Hartpury College reputed for its equestrian fervour and facilities, the championship promises both challenges and excitement. 'Change of scenery' couldn't have been more appropriate!

From the Horse's Mouth

The British Eventing national championship is not just horsing around- it is a prestigious event that gallops the attention of top riders and horses from across the country. In the true spirit of the game, the championship has emerged from the shadow of a cancellation, rising to the challenge with an exciting new venue and an eventful schedule. Indeed, Hartpury College seems to be the perfect place to jump into the next chapter (and hurdle!) of the championships.

Article 2, "New Venue for British Eventing National Championships After Loss of Gatcombe", Horse & Hound website.