The An Tir Handbook, 3rd Edition, May XXXIII/1998
The Royal Equestrian
The Royal Equestrian oversees equestrian activities in the Kingdom.
He/she has the responsibility to test and recommend warranting of new
equestrian marshals, to keep records of current equestrian marshals,
to keep records of the Equestrian Insurance forms and help ensure that
they are filed in a timely manner before an event. The Royal Equestrian
is also charged to maintain records of qualified riders in An Tir, to
assist autocrats in assigning a Equestrian Marshal-in-Charge of an event,
and to make sure safety is maintained and injuries are reported.
- Branch Equestrian Officers
- Duties of Branch Equestrian Officers include maintaining records
of qualified riders in the local branch, being familiar with the An
Tir Equestrian Handbook, sending insurance request copies to the
Kingdom Equestrian Officer and informing the Kingdom Equestrian
Officer of all equestrian events in your area.
- Equestrian Marshal Duties
- The primary duty of an Equestrian Marshal is to enforce the
rules laid out in the An Tir Equestrian Handbook at events. The
Equestrian Marshal-in-Charge must also report to the Kingdom
Equestrian Officer after an event. Further details about
qualifications and duties of marshals can be found in the An Tir
The An Tir Equestrian Handbook
There are a number of resources available on the Internet (both WWW
pages and e-mail lists) for
We recommend visiting both the S.C.A. Known World site at
http://www.sca.org and the An Tir
Kingdom site at http://www.antir.sca.org.