Event Calendar

Mar
4
Thu
Arena Closed for The Randox Grand National 2021 @ Aintree Racecourse
Mar 4 @ 9:00 am – May 16 @ 11:00 pm
Arena Closed for The Randox Grand National 2021 @ Aintree Racecourse | England | United Kingdom

The Equestrian Centre will close on Thursday 4th March for
The Randox Grand National Festival 2021

We will re-open on Monday 17th May .

May
17
Mon
The Dodson & Horrell National Amateur & Veteran Championships 2020 @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre
May 17 – May 22 all-day

The Dodson & Horrell Amateur & Veteran Championships 2020 has been rescheduled from the 17th – 22nd May 2021.

Just a little update for the Championships.
We plan for entries and stables to open on Tuesday 4th May at 12.30pm. Pop it in your diary!
We are leaving it as late as possible just in case there are any changes with multi day shows.
Please note that hostel rooms may not be available due to the restrictions on shared facilities. We are keeping an eye on this with the government rules and will keep you updated.

FULL SCHEDULE AND FURTHER DETAILS WILL BE AVAILBLE SOON

 * IMPORTANT NOTICE *

🌟 The Dodson and Horrell National Amateur and Veteran Championships 2020 🌟
❗️Please ensure your horse monkey account is up to date (horses passports/vaccinations now need to be added to your horse monkey account – you can do this now so that the entry booking process is quicker for you on the day and we will post a link later on how to do this) Without these you will not be able to enter or book stables.
❗️IMPORTANT RULES ❗️
1️⃣ Hostel rooms – only a limited number of rooms will be available and only people from the same household can share a room – TBC
2️⃣ Only people from the same household can travel together to the show
3️⃣ No mixing of households in lorries at any time during the show
4️⃣ You cannot form social bubbles whilst at the show
5️⃣ Only people from the same household can sit at a table during anytime (whilst eating dinner or watching the live stream)
6️⃣ No parties and no exception to the rules.
7️⃣ This show is purely about the jumping and sadly no party atmosphere at all this year – but hopefully it will be back again in the future!
The full schedule will be released at the end of this week once sponsored are confirmed for the fun classes and the link for the timetable and entries link when they open

Please note a change to arrival arrangements – no arrivals are allowed prior to Sunday 16th May.

Prices for services will stay the same as November 2020:

Stabling (duration) £120
Electric Hook Up (duration) £85
Large Haylage bales £55
Small Haylage, Hay and Shavings bales £10
Hostel Accommodation £250 – please note no sharing outside of households are allowed, any change in Covid restrictions could mean the accommodation is not available but we will not know this until nearer the event but please do bear this in mind.

TIMETABLE

ONLINE ENTRIES AND STABLING

This will be done via Horse Monkey, please ensure that you are registered with them or if you have registered before, check you can log in ok. This is now the ONLY way we will accept entries and stables bookings for this show.

We are a very busy venue and we have a lot of other events on before the champs, so please try and be patient…. we know how excited you all are!

Thank you and further updates will be available later in the year – in the meantime good luck in qualifying and we look forward to seeing you all at Aintree. 

May
25
Tue
British Dressage (Area Festival Tests) @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre
May 25 – May 26 all-day
British Dressage (Area Festival Tests) @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre

British Dressage

Entries Open: Online entries only

Entries close: Tuesday 11th May 2021 at midnight
(Late entries will be accepted subject to class numbers. Similarly entries may close early if classes are full.)

IMPORTANT NOTICES:

VACCINATIONS – As per our Terms & Conditions and those of British Dressage, all horses/ponies competing at a BD competition at Aintree Equestrian Centre must be fully up to date with annual vaccinations against Equine Influenza. They must also be 6 days clear of any vaccination and may attend on the 7th day. Clear images of all passports must be uploaded at the entry stage via Horse Monkey. These images must clearly show the pony/horses name and a full vaccination history, showing the primary course as well as the latest booster.
Your co-operation and understanding is appreciated. (FULL BRITISH DRESSAGE RULES RE VACCINATIONS ARE DETAILED BELOW)

COVID-19 – as we are all aware, the guidelines and restrictions change constantly. Aintree Equestrian Centre strictly adheres to all local and national restrictions regarding travel, mixing of households and social distancing. Please make sure you are fully aware of the latest restrictions prior to arriving to the racecourse, as non-adherence will result in admittance being refused.

An information email is sent to ALL competitors prior to the event – please take the time to read it.

PRIZE MONEY – this will be credited back to the payment card used for entries after the event, please allow up to  10 working days for funds to be received.

Class Sponsor Test Qualifier Sections Fee Prizes
Tuesday, 25 May 2021
1 Mobiliser Preliminary 17A 2017 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
2 Mobiliser Preliminary 19 2008 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
3 Novice 23 2012 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
4 BETTALIFE Novice 37A 2017 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
5 Elementary 43 2006 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
6 Equitop Elementary 53 2007 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
7 Medium 61 2002 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
8 TopSpec Medium 73 2007 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
9 Advanced Medium 85 2009 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
10 Andrews Bowen Advanced Medium 91 2016 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
11 Fairfax Saddles FEI Prix St Georges 2009 – S Q GSB £25.00 £30.00, £15.00, £10.00
12 Saracen Horse Feeds FEI Intermediate I 2009 – S Q GSB £25.00 £30.00, £15.00, £10.00
Wednesday, 26 May 2021
13 Mobiliser Preliminary 17A 2017 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
14 Mobiliser Preliminary 19 2008 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
15 Novice 23 2012 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
16 BETTALIFE Novice 37A 2017 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
17 Elementary 43 2006 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
18 Equitop Elementary 53 2007 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
19 Medium 61 2002 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
20 TopSpec Medium 73 2007 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
21 Advanced Medium 85 2009 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
22 Andrews Bowen Advanced Medium 91 2016 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
BD Vaccination Rules

11. Equine Influenza Vaccination
To protect the health of the other competing horses and the biosecurity of the venue,
a valid passport must accompany the horse to all competitions and be produced
on request. Failure to comply is a disciplinary offence and will debar the horse from
competing at the event for which it has been entered. A horse will not be permitted to
compete unless it has a current vaccination against equine influenza which complies with
the following conditions:
• An initial course of two injections for primary vaccination, not less than 21 days
and not more than 92 days apart, are required before being eligible to compete.
• A first booster injection must be given between 150 and 215 days after the
second injection of primary vaccination.
• Subsequent booster injections must be given at regular intervals of not more
than 12 months, commencing after the first booster injection.
• The most recent booster injection must have been given within six calendar
months +21 days prior to the horse competing.
NB see separate note below re amnesty until 30th June 2021 regarding 6 monthly vaccinations
• The full course or booster must have been administered at least seven days
before arriving at the competition.
The vaccination record(s) in the horse’s passport, must be completed, signed and
stamped line by line, by an appropriate veterinary surgeon (who is neither the owner nor
the rider of the horse). For those competing under FEI rules, please refer to FEI rules.
The responsibility to comply with this rule lies with the competitor, who should consult
with their veterinarian.
Horses being found without adequate and up to date vaccinations will not be allowed
to compete and will be barred from competing until such a time that they have been
given their first and second vaccinations. The registration of any horse found in
breach of this rule will be suspended until rectified.

Equine Influenza vaccination amnesty period
In recognition of some veterinary practices offering a reduced service during lockdown, the requirement for horses to have had a booster vaccination within six months and 21 days of a competition will be waived for the remainder of the summer season, up to 30 June 2021.  Please note that the 12-month rule remains in place for all BD registered horses, regardless of whether or not you are competing – it is vitally important that your horse still has its annual vaccination.

We strongly recommend that owners get up to date with the six monthly booster at the earliest opportunity to minimise the risk of equine influenza spreading once horses begin mixing again.  The current situation in Europe, where there has been a major outbreak of EHV-1 resulting in four horses losing their lives, highlights the importance of vaccination and stringent biosecurity practices.

Secretary: Laura Way
Aintree International Equestrian Centre, Aintree Race Course, Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Merseyside, L9 5AS
Phone: 0151 522 2949
Email: laura.way@thejockeyclub.co.uk
Venue: Aintree International Equestrian Centre
Aintree Race Course, Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 5AS
Phone: 0151 522 2949
Email: info@aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk
Web: www.aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk
Aintree Racecourse is located on the A59, just one mile from the M57 and M58, which link the M62 and M6. Follow the A59 to Liverpool and the AA Signs as you approach the racecourse for routes to the car parks.

No Prize Money 1-4 Starters
1st Place 5-8 Starters
2nd Place 9-12 Starters
3rd Place 13-16 Starters
4th Place At the organisers discretion

 

May
27
Thu
Petplan Equine Area Festival (Rescheduled) @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre
May 27 – May 30 all-day
Petplan Equine Area Festival (Rescheduled) @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre

PETPLAN EQUINE AREA FESTIVAL

We are delighted to once again host the above rescheduled event.

The series, which was launched in 2000 and is aimed at grassroots riders, has grown from 15 Area Festivals around the country with 555 tests completed in its’ first year to over 6,300 dressage tests ridden in the 2018/19 series.

Split into two seasons, summer and winter, the Petplan Equine Area Festivals offer a year round competition pathway with riders qualifying and competing at one of the regional Area Festivals, before going on to the Area Festival Championships taking place in April and September each year.

This event will run from Thursday 27th May to Sunday 30th May

Online entries are now open.

All entries and stabling must be booked online

Entries close on Thursday 6th May

Please follow the link below to see the full schedule:

IMPORTANT NOTICES:

VACCINATIONS – As per our Terms & Conditions and those of British Dressage, all horses/ponies competing at a BD competition at Aintree Equestrian Centre must be fully up to date with annual vaccinations against Equine Influenza. They must also be 6 days clear of any vaccination and may attend on the 7th day. Clear images of all passports must be uploaded at the entry stage via Horse Monkey. These images must clearly show the pony/horses name and a full vaccination history, showing the primary course as well as the latest booster.
Your co-operation and understanding is appreciated. (FULL BRITISH DRESSAGE RULES RE VACCINATIONS ARE DETAILED BELOW)

COVID-19 – as we are all aware, the guidelines and restrictions change constantly. Aintree Equestrian Centre strictly adheres to all local and national restrictions regarding travel, mixing of households and social distancing. Please make sure you are fully aware of the latest restrictions prior to arriving to the racecourse, as non-adherence will result in admittance being refused.

An information email is sent to ALL competitors prior to the event – please take the time to read it.

PRIZE MONEY – this will be credited back to the payment card used for entries after the event, please allow up to  10 working days for funds to be received.

Services
Electric Hook Up – 1 Night (Optional) – £25.00
Electric Hook Up – 2 Nights (Optional) – £35.00
Electric Hook Up – 3 Nights (Optional) – £45.00
Electric Hook Up – 4 Nights (Optional) – £55.00
Stable – 1 Night (Optional) – £45.00
Stable – 2 Nights (Optional) – £55.00
Stable – 3 Nights (Optional) – £65.00
Stable – 4 Nights (Optional) – £75.00
Hay (Optional) – £10.00
Haylage (Optional) – £10.00
Shavings (Optional) – £10.00
Day Stabling (Optional) – £30.00

British Dressage prize money rule applies to all classes.

No Prize Money 1-4 Starters
1st Place 5-8 Starters
2nd Place 9-12 Starters
3rd Place 13-16 Starters
4th Place At the organisers discretion

BD Vaccination Rules

11. Equine Influenza Vaccination
To protect the health of the other competing horses and the biosecurity of the venue,
a valid passport must accompany the horse to all competitions and be produced
on request. Failure to comply is a disciplinary offence and will debar the horse from
competing at the event for which it has been entered. A horse will not be permitted to
compete unless it has a current vaccination against equine influenza which complies with
the following conditions:
• An initial course of two injections for primary vaccination, not less than 21 days
and not more than 92 days apart, are required before being eligible to compete.
• A first booster injection must be given between 150 and 215 days after the
second injection of primary vaccination.
• Subsequent booster injections must be given at regular intervals of not more
than 12 months, commencing after the first booster injection.
• The most recent booster injection must have been given within six calendar
months +21 days prior to the horse competing.
NB see separate note below re amnesty until 30th June 2021 regarding 6 monthly vaccinations
• The full course or booster must have been administered at least seven days
before arriving at the competition.
The vaccination record(s) in the horse’s passport, must be completed, signed and
stamped line by line, by an appropriate veterinary surgeon (who is neither the owner nor
the rider of the horse). For those competing under FEI rules, please refer to FEI rules.
The responsibility to comply with this rule lies with the competitor, who should consult
with their veterinarian.
Horses being found without adequate and up to date vaccinations will not be allowed
to compete and will be barred from competing until such a time that they have been
given their first and second vaccinations. The registration of any horse found in
breach of this rule will be suspended until rectified.

Equine Influenza vaccination amnesty period
In recognition of some veterinary practices offering a reduced service during lockdown, the requirement for horses to have had a booster vaccination within six months and 21 days of a competition will be waived for the remainder of the summer season, up to 30 June 2021.  Please note that the 12-month rule remains in place for all BD registered horses, regardless of whether or not you are competing – it is vitally important that your horse still has its annual vaccination.

We strongly recommend that owners get up to date with the six monthly booster at the earliest opportunity to minimise the risk of equine influenza spreading once horses begin mixing again.  The current situation in Europe, where there has been a major outbreak of EHV-1 resulting in four horses losing their lives, highlights the importance of vaccination and stringent biosecurity practices.

Secretary: Laura Way

Aintree International Equestrian Centre, Aintree Race Course, Omskirk Road, Aintree, Merseyside, L9 5AS
Phone: 0151 522 2949
Email: laura.way@thejockeyclub.co.uk

Venue: Aintree International Equestrian Centre

Aintree Race Course, Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 5AS
Phone: 0151 522 2949
Email: info@aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk
Web: www.aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk
Aintree Racecourse is located on the A59, just one mile from the M57 and M58, which link the M62 and M6. Follow the A59 to Liverpool and the AA Signs as you approach the racecourse for routes to the car parks.

Jun
3
Thu
Michaela Bowling Working Hunter Clinic @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre
Jun 3 all-day
Michaela Bowling Working Hunter Clinic @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre | England | United Kingdom

Michaela Bowling Working Hunter Clinic

A fantastic opportunity to join a Working Hunter clinic with one of the areas best known Working Hunter riders. A great way to build confidence and prepare for our Working Hunter Show on Sunday 6th June.

The sessions will run at 3 heights as follows:

4pm – 5pm will be 60/70cm

5pm – 6pm will be 70/80cm

6pm – 7pm will be 80/90cm

There will be a maximum of 4 riders in each sessions. (More sessions can be scheduled so if your session is full please add yourself to the wait list or email info@aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk and we will do our best to accommodate you.

Also if you would like to make up a group of 4 yourselves again please get in touch via email and we will try and arrange a session for your own group.

To secure a slot on one of the above sessions please enter online and pay a £10 deposit, the remaining £20 is to be paid to Michaela on the day.

A LITTLE ABOUT MICHAELA………………

Michaela has competed in working hunter pony classes from the age of 12. She started out at local riding clubs and has gone on to greatr success in qualifying a nd producing ponies and horses for the Royal Internationsl Horse Show and the Horse of the Year Show with her career spanning over 20 years.

She regularly competes at British Showjumping and she is the current holder of the Aintree Leaping Ladies Side Saddle Jumping record at an amazing 1.90m (that’s 6ft 3ins!!!!).

COVID 19 INFORMATION – PLEASE READ IN FULL BEFORE BOOKING

This situation is fluid and can change at any time – our website will show the most up to date and accurate guidance.

Aintree International Equestrian Centre has a duty of care to our staff and customers. Please respect our rules and take them seriously or you will be asked to leave.

Clients must NOT attend Aintree if they:

  • Have been instructed to self-isolate by NHS111 or NHS Track & Trace
  • Are in a household that is self-isolating
  • Have shown any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days:
    • A new continuous cough
    • An elevated temperature/fever above 37.8c
    • A loss of smell or taste
  • Have come into contact with anyone with a confirmed case of Covid-19 without wearing appropriate medical-grade PPE

RULES FOR CLINICS

  • You must respect social distancing at all times
  • There is ample parking. Please use all space available and park away from other vehicles.
  • There will be hand sanitizing at the gate into the arena which must be used when entering and exiting the arena. Please also bring a personal supply of hand sanitizer to use throughout your visit.
  • One rider and one assistant per horse, please adhere to government guidelines – must all be from same household or can be 2 individuals from separate households but social distancing must be respected.
  • Spectators are not permitted.
  • Children under the age of 10 are not permitted unless they are riding themselves.
  • Clients must arrive and leave promptly – never wait around to chat/watch/socialise
  • Please ensure you arrive with plenty of time to make a prompt start in the arena.
  • There will be a 15 minutes permitted before your clinic start time to warm up, in the warm up arena. Jumping will not be permitted in the warm up.
  • Do not run over your time slot.
  • All poo to be picked up in arena and car park (gloves to be worn when handling the equipment)
  • Show jumping course must be left ready for next hire – poles on cups, fences left at 80cms approx, and please do not change the positioning of the “track” – please ensure you wear gloves when handling any equipment and fences and sanitise hands regularly throughout.
  • Concrete area around the arena is only accessed to use the Toilet facilities, not for viewing.
  • Toilets will be available for use if required but we ask, wherever possible, you use your own facilities on your horsebox, if you have them. If you have used the toilet, please ensure you inform a member of the Aintree team that the toilet has been used so that it can be cleaned. Only the disabled toilet will be open to use.
  • All use of facilities is at your own risk.
  • Please report any breakages.
  • Anyone taking payment in return for instructing, offering advice or help (instructors) MUST have valid insurance.
  • Clients are responsible for ensuring they exercise their horses within their capabilities and fitness levels for them and their horse

EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS: Primary vaccinations with 12 month boosters.

Always carry your horse’s passport.  You will be asked to provide vaccination details at time of booking.

These measures have been put in place for the benefit and safety of everyone – please take them seriously as non-compliance will force us to ask you to leave

Aintree Racecourse Developments Ltd

Updated 30.06.20

Jun
6
Sun
Working Hunter Show – Inc HOYS Qualifier @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre
Jun 6 all-day

Category: Working Hunter
Entry Form: Pre entry only

Date: Sunday 6th June – 8am start
Entries open: Monday 12th April (online entries only)
Entries close: Thursday 3rd June (entries may close early if the day is full)

Please note: no refunds for any withdrawals after entries have closed/draw

Schedule: 

Online Entries: 

 

Jun
9
Wed
British Dressage @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre
Jun 9 – Jun 10 all-day
British Dressage @ Aintree International Equestrian Centre

British Dressage

Entries Open: Saturday 27th March (online entries only)

Entries close: Wednesday 26th May 2021 at midnight
(Late entries will be accepted subject to class numbers. Similarly entries may close early if classes are full.)

IMPORTANT NOTICES:

VACCINATIONS – As per our Terms & Conditions and those of British Dressage, all horses/ponies competing at a BD competition at Aintree Equestrian Centre must be fully up to date with annual vaccinations against Equine Influenza. They must also be 6 days clear of any vaccination and may attend on the 7th day. Clear images of all passports must be uploaded at the entry stage via Horse Monkey. These images must clearly show the pony/horses name and a full vaccination history, showing the primary course as well as the latest booster.
Your co-operation and understanding is appreciated. (FULL BRITISH DRESSAGE RULES RE VACCINATIONS ARE DETAILED BELOW)

COVID-19 – as we are all aware, the guidelines and restrictions change constantly. Aintree Equestrian Centre strictly adheres to all local and national restrictions regarding travel, mixing of households and social distancing. Please make sure you are fully aware of the latest restrictions prior to arriving to the racecourse, as non-adherence will result in admittance being refused.

An information email is sent to ALL competitors prior to the event – please take the time to read it.

PRIZE MONEY – this will be credited back to the payment card used for entries after the event, please allow up to  10 working days for funds to be received.

Class Sponsor Test Qualifier Sections Fee Prizes
Wednesday, 09 June 2021
1 Mobiliser Preliminary 15 2008 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
2 Mobiliser Preliminary 19 2008 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
3 Novice 23 2012 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
4 BETTALIFE Novice 39 2010 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
5 Freestyle Music Novice 2019 – S GSB £22.00
6 Elementary 43 2006 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
7 Equitop Elementary 53 2007 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
8 Freestyle Music Elementary 2019 – S GSB £22.00
9 Medium 61 2002 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
10 TopSpec Medium 73 2007 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
11 Freestyle Music Medium 2016 – S GSB £22.00
Thursday, 10 June 2021
12 Mobiliser Preliminary 15 2008 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
13 Mobiliser Preliminary 17A 2017 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
14 Novice 23 2012 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
15 BETTALIFE Novice 37A 2017 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
16 Elementary 45 2010 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
17 Equitop Elementary 59 2010 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
18 Medium 69 2005 GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
19 TopSpec Medium 75 2002 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00, £15.00, £10.00
20 Advanced Medium 85 2009 GSB £22.00 £23.00
21 Andrews Bowen Advanced Medium 92 2011 – S Q GSB £22.00 £23.00
22 Freestyle Music Advanced Medium 2016 – S GSB £22.00
23 Fairfax Saddles FEI Prix St Georges 2009 – S Q GSB £25.00 £30.00, £15.00, £10.00
24 Freestyle Music Prix St Georges 2009 – S GSB £25.00

BD Vaccination Rules

11. Equine Influenza Vaccination
To protect the health of the other competing horses and the biosecurity of the venue,
a valid passport must accompany the horse to all competitions and be produced
on request. Failure to comply is a disciplinary offence and will debar the horse from
competing at the event for which it has been entered. A horse will not be permitted to
compete unless it has a current vaccination against equine influenza which complies with
the following conditions:
• An initial course of two injections for primary vaccination, not less than 21 days
and not more than 92 days apart, are required before being eligible to compete.
• A first booster injection must be given between 150 and 215 days after the
second injection of primary vaccination.
• Subsequent booster injections must be given at regular intervals of not more
than 12 months, commencing after the first booster injection.
• The most recent booster injection must have been given within six calendar
months +21 days prior to the horse competing.
NB see separate note below re amnesty until 30th June 2021 regarding 6 monthly vaccinations
• The full course or booster must have been administered at least seven days
before arriving at the competition.
The vaccination record(s) in the horse’s passport, must be completed, signed and
stamped line by line, by an appropriate veterinary surgeon (who is neither the owner nor
the rider of the horse). For those competing under FEI rules, please refer to FEI rules.
The responsibility to comply with this rule lies with the competitor, who should consult
with their veterinarian.
Horses being found without adequate and up to date vaccinations will not be allowed
to compete and will be barred from competing until such a time that they have been
given their first and second vaccinations. The registration of any horse found in
breach of this rule will be suspended until rectified.

Equine Influenza vaccination amnesty period
In recognition of some veterinary practices offering a reduced service during lockdown, the requirement for horses to have had a booster vaccination within six months and 21 days of a competition will be waived for the remainder of the summer season, up to 30 June 2021.  Please note that the 12-month rule remains in place for all BD registered horses, regardless of whether or not you are competing – it is vitally important that your horse still has its annual vaccination.

We strongly recommend that owners get up to date with the six monthly booster at the earliest opportunity to minimise the risk of equine influenza spreading once horses begin mixing again.  The current situation in Europe, where there has been a major outbreak of EHV-1 resulting in four horses losing their lives, highlights the importance of vaccination and stringent biosecurity practices.

Secretary: Laura Way
Aintree International Equestrian Centre, Aintree Race Course, Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Merseyside, L9 5AS
Phone: 0151 522 2949
Email: laura.way@thejockeyclub.co.uk
Venue: Aintree International Equestrian Centre
Aintree Race Course, Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Liverpool, Merseyside, L9 5AS
Phone: 0151 522 2949
Email: info@aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk
Web: www.aintreeequestriancentre.co.uk
Aintree Racecourse is located on the A59, just one mile from the M57 and M58, which link the M62 and M6. Follow the A59 to Liverpool and the AA Signs as you approach the racecourse for routes to the car parks.

No Prize Money 1-4 Starters
1st Place 5-8 Starters
2nd Place 9-12 Starters
3rd Place 13-16 Starters
4th Place At the organisers discretion

 

Jun
18
Fri
The Aintree National Show – Showing Only
Jun 18 – Jun 20 all-day

THE JUDGES LIST AND THE SCHEDULE WILL BE RELEASED AT THE BEGINNING OF MAY

We will soon be releasing more details with regards to our National Show.

It is going ahead, but there will be changes to the schedule and layout, with showing on all three days, including Friday so that we can accommodate the numbers competing safely.

Please keep an eye on our page for further updates, and keep those dates in your diary!

 

As per our Terms & Conditions, all horses/ponies attending Aintree Equestrian Centre events must be fully up to date with annual vaccinations against Equine Influenza. They must also be 6 days clear of any vaccination and may attend on the 7th day. Please ensure passports are available for inspection.

IMPORTANT UPDATE RE VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS – Vaccination requirements for stabling are constantly under review, as per BHA guidelines. At present the requirement is for all horses/ponies entering the stables to have had a booster  vaccination for Equine Influenza in the 9 months prior to arriving. Any change to this policy will be posted on our website as soon as it becomes known to us. Your co-operation and understanding is appreciated. 

 


 

Jun
26
Sat
In Hand Championship Show (inc HOYS Qualifier)
Jun 26 all-day

THE JUDGES LIST AND THE SCHEDULE WILL BE RELEASED AT THE BEGINNING OF MAY

We will soon be releasing more details with regards to our In Hand Show including a Supreme In Hand HOYS Qualifier

This show will take place in the prestigious racecourse parade ring and winners enclosure (weather permitting), so a wonderful photo opportunity for our In Hand competitors

Further details will be announced soon

IN HAND HUNTERS Ms K Duxbury (Lancashire)

IN HAND SPORTS HORSES – 

IN HAND IRISH DRAUGHTS – 

IN HAND HACKS Ms K Duxbury (Lancashire)

IN HAND RIDING HORSES – Ms K Duxbury (Lancashire)

IN HAND TGCAS – Ms K Duxbury (Lancashire)

IN HAND COLOUREDS – Mr D Park (Lancashire)

IN HAND WELSH PONIES

IN HAND SHOW PONIES – Mr D Park (Lancashire)

IN HAND SHOW HUNTER PONIES – Mr D Park (Lancashire)

IN HAND MINIATURES – Mr D Park (Lancashire)

IN HAND MOUNTAIN AND MOORLAND

IN HAND SHETLANDS 

 

 

As per our Terms & Conditions, all horses/ponies attending Aintree Equestrian Centre events must be fully up to date with annual vaccinations against Equine Influenza. They must also be 6 days clear of any vaccination and may attend on the 7th day. Please ensure passports are available for inspection.

IMPORTANT UPDATE RE VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS – Vaccination requirements for stabling are constantly under review, as per BHA guidelines. At present the requirement is for all horses/ponies entering the stables to have had a booster  vaccination for Equine Influenza in the 9 months prior to arriving. Any change to this policy will be posted on our website as soon as it becomes known to us. Your co-operation and understanding is appreciated. 

 


 

New RoR & Side Saddle Joint Show
Jun 26 – Jun 27 all-day

THE JUDGES LIST AND THE SCHEDULE WILL BE RELEASED AT THE BEGINNING OF MAY

We will soon be releasing more details with regards to our new RoR and Side Saddle Joint Show soon..

 

 

As per our Terms & Conditions, all horses/ponies attending Aintree Equestrian Centre events must be fully up to date with annual vaccinations against Equine Influenza. They must also be 6 days clear of any vaccination and may attend on the 7th day. Please ensure passports are available for inspection.

IMPORTANT UPDATE RE VACCINATION REQUIREMENTS – Vaccination requirements for stabling are constantly under review, as per BHA guidelines. At present the requirement is for all horses/ponies entering the stables to have had a booster  vaccination for Equine Influenza in the 9 months prior to arriving. Any change to this policy will be posted on our website as soon as it becomes known to us. Your co-operation and understanding is appreciated.