Introducing ‘GO BE’

No Membership Needed and Unpublished Results makes British Eventing accessible for all!


British Eventing (BE) is introducing a new competition format that will give riders the opportunity to enjoy competing over BE courses.


From July 1st GO BE classes will enable riders to take part in a British Eventing affiliated competition, without the need of a BE membership and without a BE published record of the results. The classes will be run in accordance with all other BE competitions, just with the notable difference that they will be open to all riders (non-members will need to complete a free Associate registration and horse registration via the website) and results will be unpublished.

This new format has been developed to reach out to the groups of competitors that wish to compete with BE but without their results being recorded in the BE database which will be especially attractive for those producing younger horses. It is also aimed to appeal to those who wish to try competing with BE for the first time but without the initial commitment of purchasing a membership. Classes are available from 80-100cm and will be known as GOBE80, GOBE90 and GOBE100.  MERs as per BE100 classes will be required for GOBE100 level.

This exciting initiative provides many of the benefits of competing under the Gold Standard with BE, including the safety provisions, medical and veterinary care and the quality of the ground, course design and trained officials.

Go BE summarised: 

  • Anyone can enter, no BE membership required*
  • Same courses and organising team as National BE classes
  • Results unpublished
  • Entry fees will be set at the lower limit
  • No prize money
  • Won’t count for MERs and Qualifications


Sign up as an Associate Member here and start enjoying Go BE

* Non-members will need to complete a free Associate registration and horse registration via the website. Non members will need to have their own third party insurance.

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