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The eventing season has only just come to a close, but if you’re already suffering from withdrawal symptoms, here are some arena eventing competitions and clinics you need to check out

Arena one-day event

Date: 19 November
Venue: Port Royal EEC, Yorkshire
Details: “This one-day event, run under British Eventing (BE) rules, encompasses dressage in one all-weather arena plus a large showjumping and cross-country course in the other all-weather arena. Competitors can take part in the one-day event as a whole – dressage followed by showjumping and cross-country or arena showcross – just the showjumping and cross-country or simply compete in the dressage. Classes from 70cm-1m.”
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Arena eventing

Date: 20 November
Venue: Sands Farm Equestrian Centre, Horsham
Details: “Classes from 70cm-1m. Hunter trial and rustic fences will be used on the course to give a cross-country feel.”
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Showcross

Date: 20 November
Venue: Highfield Equestrian at Howe, Fife
Details: “Classes from 50cm to 1.10m over a mixture of showjumps and cross-country fences.”
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Unaffiliated arena eventing

Date: 20 November
Venue: Finchingfield Equestrian Centre, Braintree
Details: “Classes from 75cm to 1m open to horses and ponies.”
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Indoor arena cross-country clinic

Date: 3 December
Venue: Darknoll Farm, Blandford Forum
Details: “This clinic is with Moira Bonner who trains riders of any level. She prides herself in persuading the most nervous of riders to leave the ground. This session will give you the opportunity to practice and gain experience over both arena and simulated cross-country fences within a safe environment.”
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Arena event training

Date: 10 December
Venue: Alnwick Ford Equestrian, Morpeth
Details: “Arena eventing training with BE trainer Les Smith.”
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Arena eventing

Date: 11 December
Venue: Alnwick Ford Equestrian, Morpeth
Details: “Classes from 80cm to 1.15m over a mixture of showjumps and cross-country fences.”
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