BETTALIFE & Event Horse Owners Association Veteran Eventing Championship


The Event Horse Owners Association (EHOA) are delighted to announce the launch of a Veteran Eventing Championship, in conjunction with Bettalife.

The league will reward riders aged 45 or older whose passion for eventing burns as strong as ever, with the results of a maximum of five British Eventing competitions completed on one horse to decide the winner of a prestigious trophy accompanied by a generous prize fund.

Ryan Millar, Director of BETTALIFE® said: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with EHOA this year for the Veteran Eventer Championship. Our passion for equestrian sport at both the amateur and professional level is one of our key company values, and with transparency at our core, we hope riders feel supported in knowing that our products are all safe for BE, and other, National and International competition use. We look forward to celebrating the hard work of these Veteran riders this season.”

Linda Allan, Chair of the EHOA, said “With its very open format across all levels of the sport, the BETTALIFE Veteran Eventing Championship aims to provide mature riders with an additional fun, competitive challenge throughout the 2023 season. The EHOA looks forward to collaborating with BETTALIFE to highlight the life-long pleasure as well as physical benefits that equestrian sport provides. Wishing all competitors every success in the coming months”

The Veteran Eventing Championship, in conjunction with Bettalife, standings will be updated on the website.

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