Register your interest for 2024

Plans for our 2024 event are already in full swing and our office team are working hard to ensure it’s better than ever. Events like this simply don’t happen without the incredible team of volunteers, so we are hoping to start creating our “Team Belsay” database as soon as possible. 

We will be using a new system called Eventing Volunteers. This should allow us to streamline our communications with you in the run up to the event. If you would like to register your interest for next years event, could we please ask you to use the link below and create a volunteers profile. It will ask you to submit a few basic contact details, then you can select Belsay International Horse Trials as an event you are interested in signing up for. 
At this stage, we are simply asking you to express interest in joining our 2024 team; Whether it’s jump judging, dressage stewarding, collecting score sheets or helping in the secretary’s tent. Experience is helpful, but not essential – full training will be given.  In the New Year/early Spring, we will be in touch with a more detailed questionnaire where you can highlight your dietary requirements, days available and preferred disciplines etc. Notifications and updates for all signed up volunteers will be made through this system, reducing the need for WhatsApp groups or emails. We appreciate things sometimes change following your initial submission and this system allows you to make your own amendments to your available days and times, by signing in on your volunteers membership. 
Thank you so much – we really appreciate you taking the time to sign up and register your interest. It may take a little playing with to start with, but we are confident this will be a success in the long run. We look forward to seeing you in 2024! 

Eco Voltz Unsung Hero Award 

In 2022 Eco Voltz Equestrian launched the Unsung Hero Award to recognise the hard work of grooms, supporters and volunteers at Belsay International Horse Trials. This exciting award returned to Belsay International Horse Trials for 2023. Sue Walby, a longstanding volunteer who takes care of all our XC volunteers with refreshments on “the bun run” and Mia Newcombe, hardworking groom to a local rider Emma Carmichael, took joint spot. The lucky winners of this award received a bottle of champagne, flowers and a £250 cheque from Eco Voltz.
Grooms and support teams are key to helping riders achieve their goals, and they also share in the low points when things don’t go to plan. BE Volunteers are the heart and soul of any event and without their help it would simply not be impossible to run the events that we all love so much.


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