Are you interested in becoming an EC certified official? You're invited!
FEI Steward Heather Findlay and certified course designer
Deanna Phelan enjoying the view at Spruce Meadows.
This could be you someday!
The NBEA is inviting you to an informal presentation and Q&A session prior to the first Hunter/Jumper competition of the year.
Are you an adult NBEA member ?
Do you have questions about what EC Stewards and Course Designers do at Bronze competitions?
Are you curious about what one must do to meet certification requirements?
Then join us at Geary Hill Stables on May 25th at 10 am. We’ll be presenting all the information you need in the two hours prior to the start of the Geary Hill Stables Equestrian Challenge #1. The presentation is free and we hope you will stay and watch Geary Hill Stable’s first Bronze Hunter/Jumper of 2019.
If, in addition to the presentation, you are interested in a shadow experience with an official, please complete the form found by clicking here.
(Please note: Anyone planning to become an official or shadow an official must be at least 21 years old. )
Please fill out the registration information for the informal presentation and mail or scan this page to the NBEA by May 17th.
The New Brunswick Equestrian Association is a not-for-profit sport-governing office that provides education, leadership and support to individuals, associations and businesses in New Brunswick's horse community. We provide our members with a variety of services, programs and benefits, and we represent their interests to the general public and to varying levels of government.
EVERYONE who rides, handles, or works around or with horses should have the protection of personal liability insurance & accident insurance in case of an injury or incident caused by a horse or horses. This will provide peace of mind for you as a parent, rider, student, groom, coach, etc.