Unaffiliated Showjumping

Event Details

Online Entries

Entries for all competitions close on 14th April 2023 at 08:00. Start lists will be available by Noon.

Enter online via EquiLive Online Entries, https://entry.equilive.uk. Entries must be paid before they can be accepted.

All entries are subject to the Scottish National Equestrian Centre’s terms & conditions available at snec.co.uk/terms-and-conditions.

Refunds in line with the Scottish National Equestrian Centre’s refund policy available at snec.co.uk/refund-policy.

Limited stabling and hook-up available. Please email stables@snec.co.uk to book.


  1. 80cm (starting 9am)
  2. 90cm
  3. 1.00m
  4. 1.10m
  5. Cross-poles (starting approx. 1pm)
  6. 50cm
  7. 60cm
  8. 70cm
  9. 80cm

All classes run as Single Phase, unaffiliated.

Entry Fee: £14 per entry plus £3 medical charge once per rider.


What Can We Wear?

Normal show attire is not required however, it is important that you and your horse/pony are suitably dressed and equipped. We have put together a brief dress code overview to explain what you can wear.

  • Hats – protective headgear must be worn at all times when mounted which complies to the following standards. Harnesses must be properly adjusted and fastened at all times when mounted. British – PAS 015 (2011), VG1 – Provided they are BSI Kitemarked. European – VG1 – Provided they are BSI Kitemarked. American – All SEI ASTM F1163 04a onwards and SNELL E2016. Australian and New Zealand – AS/NZS 3838 2006 onwards  Read more here.
  • Jackets – suitable jacket without a hood or loose section
  • Shirts – shirts may have long/short sleeves and must be properly done up at all times
  • Breeches/Jodhpurs – no jeans or other types of trouser
  • Boots – all footwear must be traditional riding boots or leather jodhpur boots with leather “gaiters,” no trainers
  • Body Protectors – optional but if an inflatable body protector is worn a BETA approved body protector must be worn underneath
  • Hairnets – in the interest of safety it is advisable that long hair should always be tied back
  • Spurs/Whips – as per British Showjumping rules, a guide can be found here
  • Jewellery – worn anywhere on the body can increase the risk of injury, riders are strongly recommended to remove all jewellery