Scottish Endurance Riding Club
2013 Scottish Home International and Celtic Challenge Squad at Barbury. Photo by Nicky Bertham
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ISC Update, 24 February 2014
Entries for the Training days at Gleneagles are now closed. Thank you
New Venue for Scottish Championships
The SERC Championships Organising Committee announce that, due to the British Motocross Championships being held at Hume Castle on the same weekend as the Championships, therefore making the use of the northern routes impossible, the venue for the 2014 Championships (incorporating the Home International and Celtic Challenge Team competitions) will be relocated from Kelso racecourse to Town Yetholm.
The dates for the Championships will remain unchanged (15-17 August).
The move to Yetholm has the advantage of giving riders extended access to the wonderful routes through the Cheviots that the longer distances enjoyed last year and in previous years when the Championships have been based there.
Camping, corralling, portable stabling, catering will be available on site with functions being held in the village hall which is a short walk away from the main venue field.
We look forward to welcoming riders from across the UK to the Borders in August.
Chair, Championships OC
21 January 2014
2014 Membership now available on Scottish Endurance online. Please note new membership fees.
Postal membership forms are available from local branch membership secretaries.
Highland Long Distance Riding Club was founded in 1982 in Inverness . However due to the ever-increasing popularity of the sport, the Club expanded. Eventually Branches serving the whole of Scotland were formed. The name of the Club was subsequently changed to the Scottish Endurance Riding Club (SERC)
Endurance Riding can be enjoyed at any level! Any horse or pony, which is fit, healthy, and sound can successfully take part in, shorter, long distance rides. Members also have the option of entering the SERC Grading System. This starts at Bronze Level, progressing to Silver and ultimately to Gold Series or even Platinum level for both horses and riders.
The involvement needed to train and compete an Endurance Horse can help to develop a unique relationship and understanding which many horse owners are simply not aware of.
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