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If you’re just starting out on your competitive equestrian career or if you sometimes find yourself battling with nerves, take a look at this selection of events for the nervous or novice rider that you need to enter

Mini one-day event

Date: 24 June
Venue: Saul, Gloucestershire
Details: “There are two classes; 70 cm and 80cm, which will be split into junior and senior sections if entries warrant. Rosettes to 10th place, trophies to third place and a free photo to winners of each class.”
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Fun jumping and showing show

Date: 24 June
Venue: Cerney Equestrian Centre, Cirencester
Details: “Jumping classes from poles on the ground to 80cm and a range of showing classes including best turned out and in-hand and ridden sections.”
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Nervous and novice unaffiliated showjumping

Date: 1 July
Venue: Milton Equestrian Centre, Worksop
Details: “Classes from clear round and 35cm to 55cm with junior and senior sections.”
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Mini one-day event

Date: 2 July
Venue: Moreton Equestrian Centre, Dorchester
Details: “Classes from 1ft6 lead-rein to 2ft3 over an updated cross-country course. The dressage and showjumping phases will be held on an all-weather arena.”
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Quest Club and unaffiliated dressage

Date: 2 July
Venue: Inchoonans Competition and Livery Yard, Errol
Details: “Classes from intro to elementary open to all riders.”
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Mini one-day event

Date: 8 July
Venue: Forest Edge Arena, Swaffham
Details: “Classes from 50cm to 80cm with dressage in an indoor arena, showjumping on a grass arena and cross-country in a cross-country field. You can enter each phase individually, meaning you don’t have to compete in every phase if you don’t want to. Rosettes to sixth place.”
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Nervous dressage

Date: 9 July
Venue: Ladyleys, Aberdeenshire
Details: “Unaffiliated dressage where you can pick your own test. Warm up in either indoor school for 20 minutes then ride a dressage test of your choice without having to leave the arena.”
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