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National classes not left out at UK Endurance Masters

Euston Park, Suffolk, Great Britain. Wednesday 9 August 2017. The recent announcement of the two million Euros prize money and participation support for the UK Endurance Masters got a lot of attention.

The UK Endurance Masters presented by Longines, will be staged (on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 August) under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and is the third leg of His Highness’s Cup. The other two legs were hosted in Spain and Italy.

Organisers of the Euston Park Endurance rides have confirmed that the national rides with play key part in this UK Endurance Masters event.

National classes not left out at UK Endurance Masters. Dubai TV.The FEI sanctioned races will run on the Saturday 19 but on Sunday the national rides will put the entrants in the 32km, 40km, 64km, and 80km classes on a similar footing to international entrants in the main FEI competitions on Saturday and offers a boost to other Endurance Great Britain (EGB) rides held in the UK.

The organisers announced that in association with EGB a wide range of generous incentives to enable as many riders as possible to participate.

All Graded Endurance Ride (GER) riders can take advantage of free entry fees where the £10 online EGB entry fee will be refunded. On top of that equivalent full entry fees will be donated by the Organisers to East Anglian Air Ambulance and The Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

There will be free stabling (for the first 50 entrants) on the Saturday after 18:00 with free hay and bedding provided.

Each entrant will receive a £100 voucher to spend in the trade stands.

Upon successful completion, the rider will receive £250 EGB vouchers which can be put towards entry fees and other costs at ANY EGB ride in 2018 plus £50 travel allowance for those from 30 miles or more away.

National classes not left out at UK Endurance Masters. Crewing.Nick Brooks-Ward, Endurance Director at HPower Group Endurance, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer this incentive package to enable as many riders as possible to come and take part in the National Rides at Euston in August. We are committed to making the endurance discipline accessible to all and to promoting the sport at all levels. Our vision is one of an endurance ‘family’.  For novice and more experienced riders to get the chance to ride here and enjoy all the world-class facilities on offer, and make that as affordable as possible is a real testament to that commitment.”

John Hudson, Chairman of Endurance GB, commented, “This fourth event at Euston Park will be the most impressive yet and I am delighted that national riders will be able to be part of it. The prizes and incentives on offer will go a long way to helping people afford to participate and keep participating in this wonderful sport. I would encourage as many as possible to experience and see firsthand what is developing at the Euston Park venue.”

News report made with the assistance of Euston Park Endurance

Photo credit: Euston Park Endurance

National classes not left out at UK Endurance Masters

Euston Park, Suffolk, Great Britain. Wednesday 9 August 2017. The recent announcement of the two million Euros prize money and participation support for the UK Endurance Masters got a lot of attention.

The UK Endurance Masters presented by Longines, will be staged (on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 August) under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai and is the third leg of His Highness’s Cup. The other two legs were hosted in Spain and Italy.

Organisers of the Euston Park Endurance rides have confirmed that the national rides with play key part in this UK Endurance Masters event.

National classes not left out at UK Endurance Masters. Dubai TV.The FEI sanctioned races will run on the Saturday 19 but on Sunday the national rides will put the entrants in the 32km, 40km, 64km, and 80km classes on a similar footing to international entrants in the main FEI competitions on Saturday and offers a boost to other Endurance Great Britain (EGB) rides held in the UK.

The organisers announced that in association with EGB a wide range of generous incentives to enable as many riders as possible to participate.

All Graded Endurance Ride (GER) riders can take advantage of free entry fees where the £10 online EGB entry fee will be refunded. On top of that equivalent full entry fees will be donated by the Organisers to East Anglian Air Ambulance and The Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

There will be free stabling (for the first 50 entrants) on the Saturday after 18:00 with free hay and bedding provided.

Each entrant will receive a £100 voucher to spend in the trade stands.

Upon successful completion, the rider will receive £250 EGB vouchers which can be put towards entry fees and other costs at ANY EGB ride in 2018 plus £50 travel allowance for those from 30 miles or more away.

National classes not left out at UK Endurance Masters. Crewing.Nick Brooks-Ward, Endurance Director at HPower Group Endurance, said: “We are delighted to be able to offer this incentive package to enable as many riders as possible to come and take part in the National Rides at Euston in August. We are committed to making the endurance discipline accessible to all and to promoting the sport at all levels. Our vision is one of an endurance ‘family’.  For novice and more experienced riders to get the chance to ride here and enjoy all the world-class facilities on offer, and make that as affordable as possible is a real testament to that commitment.”

John Hudson, Chairman of Endurance GB, commented, “This fourth event at Euston Park will be the most impressive yet and I am delighted that national riders will be able to be part of it. The prizes and incentives on offer will go a long way to helping people afford to participate and keep participating in this wonderful sport. I would encourage as many as possible to experience and see firsthand what is developing at the Euston Park venue.”

News report made with the assistance of Euston Park Endurance

Photo credit: Euston Park Endurance

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