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One Horse, Two Careers

Shows & Events

The Hong Kong show season commences in September and runs through May each year. Beas River Equestrian Centre (BREC), being Hong Kong's centre of excellence, hosts all of Hong Kong's FEI national and international competitions in cooperation with the HKEF . BREC also organises riding school shows with affiliated and non-affiliated classes each month and the HKEF Horse of the Year Dressage, Show Jumping and Eventing competitions as well as the exciting HKJC Show Jumping Derby.

How to use this calendar?
  • Click on the highlighted boxes displayed in the Calendar for more Shows/Events information

  • Entry Form is available for download in More Details

  • Results would be available in More Details after the Events

Legend

      Beas River Equestrian Centre

 

      Tuen Mun Public Riding School

 

      Pok Fu Lam Public Riding School

 

      Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School

 

      Others

 

      Hong Kong Public Holiday

How to use this calendar?
  • Click on the highlighted boxes displayed in the Calendar for more Shows/Events information

  • Entry Form is available for download in More Details

  • Results would be available in More Details after the Events

Legend

      Beas River Equestrian Centre

 

      Tuen Mun Public Riding School

 

      Pok Fu Lam Public Riding School

 

      Lei Yue Mun Public Riding School

 

      Others

 

      Hong Kong Public Holiday

Download :  Revised BREC Events Calendar 2017/2018

HKJC Public Riding Schools and Private Riding Schools also hold regular shows for their riders as well as other organisations such as the Hong Kong Pony Club, Philip Day Show and the Hong Kong Riding Club.

This type of shows is perfect for the novice and less experienced riders. Many riders are given the opportunity to start their competitive career in a fun environment where they feel safe with an instructor closely supervising them. There is strong support for all types of equestrian shows whether in introductory classes or those of FEI standards. This demonstrates a progressive competition structure, allowing riders and horses to systematically develop and improve their performance. All shows are open to the public, and we encourage people to come and watch and enjoy this wonderful and exciting sport.

Equestrian Calendar

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