Competitors must be dressed in correct riding clothes including jackets whenever they enter the arena.
- Competitors may wear traditionally or new-styled jackets in the arena
- New style jackets for riders ranked 1-250 on BSJA Riders Ranking list no. 296 and all lists thereafter…
- riders can register their own, sponsors and owners colours. Two base colours are allowed, with different coloured piping. (must be approved by the BSJA)
- colours are unique – no riders may ride in colours already registered
- no more than one set of colours per person to be registered
- up to 3 sponsor logos can be put on the right hand sleeve, and one on breast pocket.
- BSJA logo to appear on all left hand jacket sleeves
- New style jackets for riders ranked 251 and below on BSJA Rider Rankings list no. 296 and all lists thereafter…
- choice of six colours – black, navy, grey, brown, dark green and burgundy
- to be in one colour, or one colour with a panel
- piping can be in white or a complimentary colour
- In hot weather, riders may be allowed to compete without jackets.
white long or short sleeved shirts must be worn, and ties must be firmly secured
- The following jacket colours are reserved for members of the British Nations Cup Team or Championship team…
- Dark blue
- Red collar with white piping
- Red trim above pockets
- Brass buttons
- White or pastel coloured only, with white collars
- To be worn with ties or hunting stocks
- Ladies only may wear white or pastel coloured showjumping shirts with high white collars, and without a tie or stock.
- Coloured ties or stocks may be worn with hacking jackets
- Junior members who are also Pony Club members may wear the Pony Club tie regardless of jacket colour
- Must be white, pale yellow or fawn coloured
- Traditional style riding or jodhpur boots
- Plain black or brown leather gaiters, cut in traditional riding boot style
- Suede chaps to match boot colour may only be worn by juniors, in black or brown only
- Polo necks
- Half chaps
- Protective headgear must be worn at all times when riding, with the harness securely fastened.
- Hats must meet standards EN1384, ASTMF 1163, PAS 015 or SNELL E2001, with kitemark or SEI.
- Separate covers should be peaked, plain dark coloured, registered colours or colours to co-ordinate with the jacket.
- Multi-coloured/multi-patterned hats are not permitted
- Only to be worn in the traditionally correct way – curve of neck of spur directed downwards
- No spurs with necks in excess of 3cms long
- No spurs with necks set on the inside of the heel
- No spurs with rowel diameters in excess of 1cm
- No spurs with roughened or cutting edges
- No serrated spurs
- For pony classes, spurs with necks must not exceed 2cms long, and they are not to be pointed, sharp or rowelled
- Plastic spurs are not allowed