BEF Medal of Honour

The BEF Medal of Honour is an award designed to recognise activities connected with international endeavour in relation to equestrian sport, it is awarded for outstanding services to the British Equestrian Federation or one of its Member Bodies. This can be in recognition of riding prowess or other support of the British international effort. The first Medal of Honour was awarded in 1949.

The British Equestrian Federation annually appoint a Medal of Honour Committee which is responsible for recommending the awards. Nominations for the awards are made through members of the BEF.

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