Committee EHOA Events International

The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials

The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials are fast approaching and I am well aware that people are making their final arrangements prior to travelling to  Lincolnshire this week.

The hospitality marquee will be open for the duration of the event and will be open for business each day from 08:30 with breakfast rolls available to purchase for the early arrivals. For those members who have never attended Burghley you can find the EHOA hospitality marquee adjacent to Ring 2, situated in the middle of the action on cross country day. In the marquee you will be able to purchase lunch on a daily basis along with some sweet treats for a mid morning or afternoon snack. Candy and her wonderful team will once again be providing the food.

Following on form previous emails, please can we confirm that we will be charging guests to come in and we can only accept them if space permits. We always allow well behaved dogs to attend! We have some wonderful volunteers who will be helping to check everyone in. Please try and make their day as easy as possible and have your EHOA badge clearly displayed or your membership card to hand. For those members that are attending for more than one day you will be issued an EHOA wristband for ease of entry but can I ask you please to sign in at the front desk. It is a good opportunity to check that we hold the correct details for you on file.

If you have forgotten to request your stable field pass, you will be to collect your allocation in the marquee throughout the week. Please speak directly to Tor about it.

On Friday lunch time, between the break of the two young event horse classes, Roly Owers from the World Horse Welfare and Madeleine Campbell from the Royal Veterinary College are attending the marquee to chat to members about ethical care, training and competing of the sport horse and how we as members need to be aware of social licence. It should be fascinating and applies to each and everyone of us so please pop in and listen.

If in the mean time you have any questions about anything Burghley related please get in touch.

If not, see you next week.

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Research in to care and competition of horses

The EHOA are part of the consultation about the project being undertaken by WHW and RVC to define a framework for the care and competition of horses.  The two WHW research project leaders are keen to involve owners in the synthesis of the framework. They have agreed to lead a discussion with owners at Burghley, timed for the lunchtime competition break on Friday 2 Sept in the EHOA marquee.

Please see below for the brief bios of our guests.

If you are attending Burghley, free at this time and interested to attend, please rsvp to

Madeleine Campbell Senior Lecturer in Human Animal Interactions and Ethics Royal Veterinary College

Pathobiology and Population Sciences / Animal Welfare Science and Ethics/ Equine 

Madeleine Campbell is the RVC’s Senior Lecturer in Human:Animal Interactions and Ethics. She was previously the Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow in Veterinary Ethics. Madeleine is a European Diplomate in Animal Welfare Science, EthicMedicines and Law (Dip ECAWBM (AWSEL)), and a European and a RCVS Recognised Specialist in Equine Reproduction (DipECAR). She is also the sole Partner at Hobgoblins Equine Reproduction Centre.

Roly Owers Chief Executive World Horse Welfare

Roly joined World Horse Welfare as Chief Executive in January 2008. He already knew the charity well, having led its fundraising and communication teams from 1999 to 2003.

Roly qualified as a veterinary surgeon from Cambridge University in 1992. Having spent a short time with the Blue Cross, he joined the Royal Army Veterinary Corps, which included a posting as the Veterinary Officer at the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment in London. Since then Roly has played an active role on the steering group of the British Horse Council and established the Equine Disease Coalition, of which he is Chair. He is also the Treasurer for the British Equine Veterinary Association and on the Management Board of the European Horse Network, and represents the charity at national and international events.

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PC110 Eventing Championships

We are delighted to support the PC110 Eventing Championships that are being held at Wellington

Click here for more information on the event

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The Event Horse Owners Association Limited

Company Number. 04620535

Registered Office:  2 Communications Road, Greenham Business Park, Newbury, Berks, RG19 6AB


Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Company

will be held on Sunday 4th September 2022 at 1200




1        To receive the accounts for the period ending 31 December 2021

Kimberley Mawdsley, Treasurer.


2        To consider, and if thought fit, pass the following ordinary resolutions:


To re-appoint Linda Allan, being recommended by the Board and retiring by rotation as set out in the Articles.

To re-appoint Alex Van Tuyll, being recommended by the Board and retiring by rotation as set out in the Articles.

To re-appoint Alex Wakely, being recommended by the Board and retiring by rotation as set out in the Articles.

To elect Claire Dubowski and Helen Bowler to the Board for a period of 3 years.

3        Any other business



Voting and Proxies


Every member, including each person who has subscribed as one of Joint Owners, has one vote at the Annual General Meeting.  A member not attending the meeting may appoint a proxy to attend in their place and to vote on a poll but not a show of hands. A proxy from is attached to this Notice and should be emailed to or posted to Kimberly Mawdesley, 2 Communications Road, Greenham Business Park, Newbury, Berks, RG19 6AB

Kimberly Mawdesley

, Company Secretary – 14th August July 2022



The Event Horse Owners Association Limited

AGM Proxy Form





I (insert name) ___________________________________________


Of (insert address)








being a member of the above company, appoint the Chairman of the EHOA as my proxy to vote for me on my behalf at the Annual General Meeting to be held on Sunday September 4th 2022 and at any adjournment, and to join in any demand for a poll in accordance with the Articles.



Signed: _________________________________________



Date: ____________________



This form is to be used in favour of / against (delete as applicable) resolutions 1,2 and 3.


Unless otherwise instructed, the proxy will vote as he/she thinks fit.


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Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials & AGM details

There follows information about EHOA hospitality and AGM arrangements at Burghley for those of you who are planning to attend. The prospect of elite eventing and enjoying the rest that Burghley has to offer after such a long interval is certainly an exciting one. We are greatly looking forward to seeing many of you over the course of the weekend and to enjoying superb sport.
For event information and to purchase event admission tickets visit:
As usual, the EHOA hospitality tent is situated by Ring 2, adjacent to the grandstands. Thank you to the Burghley organisers for again allocating owners a plot overlooking the cross country start and finish and close to the action for the Young Event Horse classes and other competitions.
Access: All EHOA members and their guests will be provided with wristbands to enable easy access to the EHOA facilities.
Guests: Providing that we have space members are welcome to invite guests to the EHOA facility on Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Guest passes will cost £15 on Thursday, £20 on Friday and £15 on Sunday. We regret that  hospitality guests are unlikely to be able to be accommodated  on Saturday as the number of members wishing to use the facilities means the venue is at capacity. Do watch out for an updated email on this during the event
Stable Field Passes: EHOA members may request up to two stable field passes and will be provided with an additional wristband. To reserve please send a self-addressed envelope to Tor Rickcord, noting the number of passes you require. The address you should send the envelope too is: Stockbridge House, Heytesbury, Warminster, Wilts BA12 0HQ.
Catering:   EHOA provisions will be provided by Candy Watson-Hall of the Event Team Ltd., who has supplied her hospitality marquee and fine food to the Association for two decades. Service will follow the usual format. In addition to delicious salads, sandwiches will also be on offer at lunchtime on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Breakfast goods and afternoon teas will  be available each day along with a coffee, tea, alcoholic and soft drinks. On Sunday, the Associations AGM will be accompanied by a light BBQ lunch, compliments of the Association.
It is always difficult to predict numbers for catering purposes and therefore if you are planning lunch for a large group we would greatly appreciate knowing in advance. The EHOA underwrites the cost of a substantial number of meals over this period and ensuring we estimate sensibly and minimise any unsold meals is important. Please plan to join us for lunch and other meals and make the most of The Event Team’s provision.
Competition Viewing: The EHOA venue will be supplied with large screens so that you can follow all the action via the Burghley TV livestream. Please note that Burghley TV passes for personal use can be purchased from:
WIFI: Those of you who find the lack of internet connectivity at events frustrating and highly detrimental to both your enjoyment of the sport and ability to liaise with competitors and other friends will be pleased to know that the EHOA has purchased dedicated wifi provision. Login details will be provided on arrival.
As is the tradition, the EHOA AGM will be held at lunchtime on Sunday 4 September. Further detailed information including the agenda and accounts to follow.  Please take the time to join in the AGM discussions and contribute to the running of the Association. Members are invited to stay for a light BBQ lunch afterwards.  Please send any questions to be raised at the AGM to: the
We look forward to seeing very many of you in Stamford in September and take this opportunity to wish owners of competing horses either at Burghley or at the World Championships in Pratoni the smoothest of preparations in the coming weeks.
If you have any questions regarding Burghley arrangements, the AGM or any other EHOA issue then please get in touch either by reply or via:
With best regards,
The EHOA Board
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Magic Millions Festival of British Eventing


Just a quick reminder that the Festival of British Eventing held at Gatcombe Park starts today, Address for those that need it: Gatcombe Park, Minchinhampton, Stroud, Glos GL6 9AT.

The EHOA have a hospitality marquee situated along the short edge of the main arena, which also over looks the warm up arena. Be sure to pop in and see Tor. On offer a delicious lunch with wine, running alongside the normal tea/coffee and biscuits.

Events also running over the next few days:

  • Bishop Burton Youth Championships – located at Bishop Burton College HU17 8QS
  • Skipton – located at Funkirk Farm, BD23 3AB
  • Little Downham – located at Ely Eventing Centre CB6 2TY

Wishing you the very best of luck if you are out eventing in the next few days.