Barbour People at Belsay | Terms and Conditions

Win an outfit from the Equestrian collection at Belsay Horse Trials

The Competition:
As part of Barbour People this Saturday, we are attending Belsay Horse Trials to find some of the best dressed attendees wearing their favourite Barbour items.
Whether you love to wear your vintage, worn Beaufort with classic ripped jeans or your freshly waxed Beadnell with shiny new wellingtons - we want to see how your style!  Our favourite Barbour dressed attendee of the day will win an outfit from our Spring/Summer Equestrian collection - perfect for the rest of the eventing season!
Keep an eye out for our photographers on Saturday for a chance to feature on the Barbour People Tumblr page and be in with a chance of winning. 
  1.   By being photographed at Belsay Horse Trials and signing the disclaimer form you: 
  2.   Agree and consent to participate in the Barbour People programme.
  3.   Grant us the right to reproduce photography by all means and in all media (including online) throughout the world and perpetuity for the purposes of advertising and publicity with no time restrictions.
  4.   Give us consent to post your photograph on the Barbour People Tumblr page.
  5.   Would like to be entered into a competition to win an outfit from the Equestrian collection. 
The Winner:
  1.   The images from the Belsay Horse Trials will be uploaded to the Barbour People Tumblr page for one week before the Barbour marketing team will judge the winner.
  2.   The winner will be contacted via email to arrange their prize. 
  3.   The winner will have 14 days to respond and 90 days to claim the prize.
The Prize:
  1.   The prize will be an outfit from the Equestrian collection (womens) or the Countrywear / Tattersallcollections (mens).  This will include one jacket, one midlayer and one pair of trousers or an accesory. 
  2.   All items are subject to availability.
  3.   The prize is non-transferable, non-refundable and there is no cash alternative.
  4.   In the unlikely event that the prize should become unavailable Barbour reserves the right to substitute for a prize of equal or greater value.