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Hello Fellow Eventers!

Bit of Britain presents a challenge for the lower levels across America in their efforts to keep people excited about competing in the sport of Eventing! We’re calling it: "Chase the Challenge Across America."

For the rest of the 2011 season at recognized horse trials across the country, any horse and rider combination that wins two shows back-to-back in levels Beginner Novice through Training will win a $25 gift card to Bit of Britain and a pair of Nunn Finer Brushing Boots ($48.95 value). Drop

You may win by winning two shows back-to-back at the same level, or by winning a show at one level, and then advancing one level and winning at the next show (e.g. winning Beginner Novice and Novice or Novice and Training). If you win two shows while moving up a level, you will win an additional $10 ($35 gift card and Nunn Finer Brushing Boots).

If you win four shows back to back you win twice!

If you won before Chase the Challenge started in the 2011 season, as long as you win your second consecutive show in July you are eligible to win (i.e. you won in April and win your second show of the season in July).

What to do if you win two shows back-to-back? First, go online to www.useventing.com and verify that your scores are posted. When you’ve seen that your wins are posted, call Bit of Britain at (888) 442-5015 with your name and USEA number ready. Our Customer Service Representatives will verify your two wins and then send you your prizes!*

There are no strings attached! As one of the largest supporters of this sport, Bit of Britain, as always, wants to give something back to its competitors.

*Winners will only receive their prizes by calling in; Bit of Britain will not be tracking scores. Verification could take up to two (2) weeks depending on when your scores are posted on the USEA website. Excludes amateur scoring.


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