Horse riding, especially Cross Country riding, is and always will be, a high risk sport. We hope the rules given will keep these risks to a minimum.
The jumps are a varied height and nature of difficulty. The decision to jump is ultimately the decision of the rider who has to decide the limits and ability of their horse or pony.
It is essential that you inspect each jump before you jump to ensure that it is safe for you.
All riders must wear riding hat conforming to the current BHS standard at all times when mounted. Suitable footwear must be worn when mounted. A body protector conforming to the current BHS standard must be worn at all times when the rider is using the cross country course.
All riders must be accompanied by another responsible person who must have access to a mobile phone in case of an emergency.
All gates must be kept closed.
Dogs strictly on leads at all times.
It is compulsory for riders to give way to members of the public using the footpath that crosses the course.
Any children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
This is a cross country schooling course. General galloping is not allowed.
Please stay on the track and do not go into the rough grass areas
These rules are mainly common sense and are in the interests of your own safety.
Neither the proprietors or any employee nor any person acting on their behalf accept any liability for any loss, damage, accident, injury or illness to horses owners, riders, spectators or any other persons or cars and contents or property under any conditions whatsoever.