British Eventing

Dressage phase
Advanced, advanced intermediate and intermediate championships – white or cream stock with a navy or black tail coat (learn how to tie a stock here).
Intermediate, Intermediate Novice and novice levels – white or cream stock with a navy or black show jacket.
Novice, BE100, BE90, BE80 levels – colour/patterned stock with a tweed hacking jacket.

Show jumping phase
Advanced, advanced intermediate, intermediate and novice levels – white or cream stock with a navy or black show jacket.
Novice, BE100, BE90, BE80 levels – colour/patterned stock with a tweed hacking jacket.

Cross country phase
All levels – white/cream or colour/patterned stock. Maybe match to your XC colours!

How to Tie a Stock

Top Stocks | How to tie a stock | Cumbria, United Kingdom
Top Stocks | How to tie a stock | Cumbria, United Kingdom
Top Stocks | How to tie a stock | Cumbria, United Kingdom
Top Stocks | How to tie a stock | Cumbria, United Kingdom
Top Stocks | How to tie a stock | Cumbria, United Kingdom
Top Stocks | How to tie a stock | Cumbria, United Kingdom
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Advanced level
white or cream stock with navy or black tail coat. Intro to advanced medium levels – white or cream stock with navy jacket, or colour/patterned stock
with tweed hacking jacket. If in doubt check your up to date rule book.

 

Hunting

Autumn hunting (clubbing) – coloured stock with tweed hacking jacket;
Winter hunting – white/cream stock with navy hunt coat.
Hunting is obviously very traditional so navy coats for ladies and black for men. Stocks should be subtle – no bling!