Equestrian Bodies

Federation Equestre Internationale  |
International Governing Body of horse sports

European Equestrian Federation  |
The mission of the EEF is to maximise the potential and development of equestrianism throughout the continent.  Working together with the FEI and all member bodies as a modern and progressive organisation in close co-operation with the other continental associations, recognised by the FEI, the Asian Equestrian Federation (AEF) and the Pan American Equestrian Confederation (PAEC).

Welsh Equine Council
The unified voice of Welsh Equestrianism

HorseScotland  | 
To provide vision for, and give leadership and guidance to equestrian interests in Scotland.  To make representations as appropriate to Government, other statutory and non-statutory bodies.

British Equestrian Federation Fund
The British Equestrian Federation Fund is a committee administered by the BEF that raises money to support British riders and their horses at the Olympic Games. In conjunction with the support of the Lottery Sports Fund and the British Olympic Association, the BEF Fund helps towards the provision of specialised equipment and arrangements for riders and their horses as they prepare for the Games. The chief executive of the BEF holds the position of Fund Manager and provides support to the fund raising committee. Throughout each Olympiad fund raising events take place to raise money for the fund.

Sports Bodies

UK Sport  |
Works in partnership with the home country sports councils and other agencies to lead sport in the UK to world-class success. Manages and distributes public investment in sport.

Sport England
Committed to creating opportunities for people to start in sport, stay in sport and succeed in sport.  

British Olympic Association  |
To develop and protect the Olympic Movement in Great Britain in accordance with the Olympic Charter.

British Paralympic Association  |
To develop and protect the Paralympic Movement in Great Britain in accordance with the Olympic Charter.

Sports Wales  |
National organisation responsible for developing and promoting sport and recreation in Wales.

Sport Scotland  |
The national agency for sport in Scotland

Sportscoach UK  |
A charitable organisation dedicated to the development and implementation of coaches and coaching throughout the UK.

English Institute of Sport  |
The EIS is a nationwide network of world class training facilities and support services. Services supplied include applied physiology, biomechanics, nutritional advice, performance analysis, and career and education advice.

The Sport and Recreation Alliance  |
The Sport and Recreation Alliance is the umbrella organisation for the governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation in the UK and represents more than 300 member organisations. Its work takes in a wide range of activities, from campaigning on behalf of sport and recreation to providing its members with services like training and networking.

Official Team GBR Partners

Dodson & Horrell  |
Dodson & Horrell first became official suppliers of equine nutrition to the British teams in 2009, but its involvement with equestrianism stretches back to the foundation of the family-owned company in 1939.  

FALPRO England  |
“FALPRO are extremely excited to be partnering and collaborating with the senior British Equestrian team which coincides with the FALPRO brand relaunch. We look forward to a long standing relationship, the beginning of a successful journey, in keeping with the classical and quintessential British heritage that FALPRO prides itself on.”

Musto  | 
“As a British company we’re proud to partner with the British senior equestrian team, and provide them with innovative kit solutions from Musto. Combining Musto’s industry leading technology with the British Equestrian Team’s world-leading experience in the saddle will, we hope, lead to a successful challenge for gold.”

Point Two  |
“As a British company it has been an absolute honour for Point Two to help keep our Team GBR riders safe at all major competitions including London 2012 and Rio 2016. We are absolutely delighted to be able to continue with our sponsorship as official suppliers of air jackets to the senior equestrian championship teams through to Tokyo 2020.”


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