British Eventing is the national governing body for the sport of eventing in Great Britain.

Eventing is a unique combination of all the disciplines of dressage, cross country and show jumping in one exciting activity.

British Eventing regulates more than 180 events throughout Britain including Bishop Burton Horse Trials in May and October. British Eventing is responsible for Team GB selection for the Olympics and other international events. It forms part of the national umbrella body, the British Equestrian Federation, and has over 11,000 members.

Formerly known as the British Horse Trials Association (BHTA), the organisation changed its name at the start of 2001, as the term 'horse trials' was gradually being replaced across the globe. 

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