Askham Bryan continues sponsorship of British Eventing Young Riders
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One of Britain’s leading agricultural colleges, Askham Bryan in York, will continue their sponsorship of the Young Rider Programme in 2015.
The College sponsors the highly successful British Young Rider Team and Programme. As part of this, Askham Bryan will also support qualifying competitions which help to identify prospective members of the Britain Young Rider Team at the 2015 FEI Young Rider Europeans at Strzegom (Poland, 27-30 August 2015).
Liz Philip, Principal of Askham Bryan commented: “We are delighted to support the Young Rider Under 21 series, for the second year. We have a great relationship with British Eventing, hosting competitions at the College since 2010. Being able to support up and coming British talent in the sport is a natural fit with the college’s excellent equine provision.”
2015 Askham Bryan Young Rider Trials:
Aldon International 1 (20-22 March).
Lincoln 1 (20-22 March).
Weston Park 1 (11-12 April).
- 1 20 of the best places to eat out in St Ives
- 2 12 historic village churches in Cheshire
- 3 7 autumn walks in Kent to delight the senses
- 4 6 waterfall walks in Derbyshire and the Peak District
- 5 20 of the best restaurants in Hertfordshire
- 6 11 pretty riverside pubs in Hertfordshire
- 7 Meet Maggie, GBBO's 70-year-old contestant from Dorset
- 8 Seven Falls, Tintwistle - a hidden gem in the Peak District
- 9 20 of the best restaurants in Essex
- 10 6 great walks near Skipton
Aston-le-Walls 2 (13-16 May)
Belton Park International (17-19 April)
Withington Manor (2-3 May)
As part of the sponsorship they are also title sponsors of the 2015 National Under 21 Championships Three Day Event at Houghton Hall International (28-31 May).
Visit the Houghton Hall website for more information regarding the Askham Bryan National Young Rider Championships: www.houghtoninternational.co.uk
Read more about the British Young Rider programme and see the full list of Team achievements online.
The 2015 Askham Bryan BE Horse Trials take place on 7-8 March and 10-11 October – view the schedule pages on www.britisheventing.com/fixtures for further information.
British Eventing is the National Governing Body for the sport of Eventing in Great Britain. Eventing is a unique combination of the disciplines of dressage, cross country over fixed fences and show jumping. To find out more, visit the website at www.britisheventing.com