Saturday, March 09, 2013

Great Britain: Endurance GB to run 'Try before you buy' scheme again for 2013

Horseandhound.co.uk - Full Article

Madeleine Pitt

8 March, 2013

A scheme run by Endurance GB (EGB) to let people experience competitive endurance riding before becoming a full member of the organisation, will continue for the 2013 season following its success last year.
“Try before you buy” — which was started in 2011 — offers free registration for a horse and rider so they can take part in two competitive novice rides up to 40km before committing to membership.

“[The scheme] has become so popular we have decided to continue it for 2013,” said Endurance GB’s Jo Claridge.

“The number of people wanting to take up endurance riding is increasing all the time, making it one of the fastest growing equestrian disciplines...

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http://www.horseandhound.co.uk/competitionnews/389/316151.html

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