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This is an affiliated Level 1, which is open to all and will be a qualifier and qualify for the league.There will also be beginners Level 1, which will not be a qualifier for the Level 1 Champs or the League. There will also be a Level 1 A, competition/training, which may include grids and bearings.
1. Golden Horseshoe Class 160k two day (80k/80k) - with Elevator option at 120 km vet gate
2. Stag Class 120k two day (80k/40k)
3. Hind Class 80k GER PF two day (40k/40k)
7. Fawn Pleasure Ride 24k one day
4. Fox Class 80k GER PF one day
5. Otter Class 40k GER PF one day
6. Otter Cub Class 40k Novice GER one day
CLASS 1 - THE EXMOOR GOLDEN HORSESHOE
A ride of approximately 160 km over two days, divided 80/80. Horses and riders must have competed successfully at Advanced Level in the previous season to compete in this class. This class is run on Saturday and Sunday, with vetting on the Friday afternoon. An elevator option is available for this class - a rider may exercise the option to retire from the ride at the 120 km vet gate. They will then be credited with that distance if they are within the permitted time parameters and have passed the veterinary inspection including any compulsory re-examination
CLASS 2 - THE EXMOOR STAG
A ride of approximately 120 km over two days, divided 80/40. Horses and riders must be Advanced level at the beginning of the 2019 season to compete in this class. This class is run on Saturday and Sunday, with vetting on the Friday afternoon.
CLASS 3 – EXMOOR HIND
A ride of approximately 80km over two days, divided 40/40. Riders and horses must be at Open or Advanced Level and have completed a 64k ride or 80 km two day ride (as a single class) since January 2017. This class is run on Saturday and Sunday, with initial vetting on Saturday morning. Vetting can be done on Friday afternoon by arrangement with the Organiser.
CLASS 7 - THE FAWN PLEASURE RIDE
A route of approximately 25 km (15 miles), to be held on Saturday, open to horses of 4 years old and over, and to both members and non members. Commemorative awards to all who complete.
CLASS 4. FOX CLASS 80k GER PF one day
A ride of approximately 80km over one day, to be held on Sunday, intitial vetting on Saturday afternoon. Open to horses and riders at Advanced level at the time of the ride.
CLASS 5. OTTER CLASS 40k GER PF one day
A ride of approximately 40km over one day, to be held on Sunday, initial vetting on Sunday.
CLASS 6. OTTER CUB CLASS 40k Novice GER one day
As above but without the Performance Formula award, open to Novice horses, any level of rider.
The Seacliff ride on 14th, 15th and 17th of June 2019 is one of the biggest rides of the year for the Scottish Endurance Riding Club. With classes from pleasure ridesto 160km ER and CEI* 80km & CEI** 120km, there is something for everyone.
In 2018 we welcomed Horseware as our new major sponsor, which allowed us to further enhance the Seacliff experience for everyone by improving the venue and the facilities.
The ride has expanded based on the success of the previous years, with everyone enjoying the fast, flowing routes and fantastic going around the grassy farmland and woodlands of East Lothian. A major attraction for riders are the beaches - nearly everyone rides the almost deserted Peffer and Ravensheugh Sands, and the longer distances also enjoy the opportunity to canter or gallop for 1.5 kilometres along Tyninghame beach.
This part of Scotlands east coast is teeming with history: you ride past the clifftop ruins of 13th century Tantallon Castle, once the seat of the Earls of Angus and now a battered survivor of three centuries of sieges. A little further inland and you ride over the grassy hill supporting the magnificent 16th century Fenton Tower, which once sheltered King James VI of Scotland as he fled a rebel army. On this flat coastal plain the ancient hill forts of North Berwick Law and Traprain Law are visible for miles around, and a little offshore you can?t fail to see the looming bulk of the Bass Rock, once a prison and an army garrison but now a breeding site for 150,000 gannets.
With so much on Seacliff's doorstep, and such glorious riding opportunities, it is well worth making the trip. A friendly, welcoming atmosphere awaits you!
The key to getting consistant results from Equine Heart Rate monitors is to ensure that the electrodes are in direct contact with the skin of the horse. Usually this can be achieved by wetting the horse in the area of the electrodes, however there are occasions when coat conditions make this more difficult, in these cases a conductive gel can be used. E.c.g. Gel is used extensively throughout the medical profession as a highly conductive electrode solution for use on E.C.G equipment. Supplied in a large 250g tube the gel is water based and easily removed after applying.