The BSJA’s new championship series will come to a head at the British Open Show Jumping Championships (12-15 April).

Points were allocated to the highest placed riders at the Premier Shows this winter and the top 20 have been invited to contest a £15,000 prize fund at the British Open.

By grouping the Winter A&B Grand Prix at Premier Shows into a series, the BSJA has created a league for both amateur and professional riders and both newly upgraded and more established horses.

Points were earned at South View, Addington, Rowallan, Patchetts, Towerlands and Arena UK. The winner of the Championship Final at the British Open will receive a £5000 prize.

Riders who have qualified for the final

Philippa Dobby from Ormskirk, Lancashire
Guy Williams from Stelling Minnis, Canterbury, Kent
Ryan Prater from Great Horwood, Milton Keynes
Michael Whitaker from Whatton, Nottinghamshire
Helen Tredwell from Finmere, Buckinghamshire
Mark Armstrong from Bordon, Hampshire
John Whitaker from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Paul Barker from Northallerton, North Yorkshire
Keith Shore from Northwich, Cheshire
Charlotte Platt from Henfield, West Sussex
Justin Tuff from Totnes, South Devon
Tim Stockdale from Roade, Northamptonshire
Simon Davies from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Hannah Paul from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire
Ben Maher from Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire
Andrew Davies from Warrington, Cheshire
Victoria Tulloch from Darlington, County Durham
Ellen Whitaker from Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Scott Brash from Peebles, Scotland
Billy Twomey from Nantwich, Cheshire