Join BHS Nottinghamshire for a pleasure ride at Wellow Equestrian Centre on Sunday 7 May for Ride Out UK Month.
There are various routes you can take, ranging from a 30 minute hack (ideal for lead rein ponies) to an hour or so. The routes will be signposted on the day.
Start times 10am-1pm
Non-Lead rein £15 / lead rein £10
Closing date for entries is Friday 5 May
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Riders under 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
THIS IS A NON-JUMPING RIDE EVEN THOUGH THERE ARE JUMPS ON THE ROUTE!
All horses must be over the age of 4 years & in a fit condition to undertake the work expected of them.
Tack must be correctly fitted and in a safe condition – no fixed reins allowed.
Please note that hat standards changed for 2017. Hats to the current standard must be worn & correctly secured at all times when mounted – please check yours meets current standards which can be found below.
Body protectors are strongly recommended and should comply with current standards – also found below.
All riders must wear suitable riding footwear. Wellington boots and trainers are not allowed.
Please respect land & other route users – walk when passing pedestrians or slower riders. Please follow the country code.
All riders are responsible for ensuring their own and others safety.
Please be aware of natural hazards that may be encountered e.g. rabbit holes, mole hills etc…
Please follow the instructions of marshals and officials at all times.
Don’t forget it is a legal requirement to have a copy of your horse’s passport when travelling to events.
Please clear up all droppings and rubbish.
There will be no access to the horse vehicle parking before 9.45am.
PAS015:( 1998 or 2011) with BSI kitemark
VG1 01.0404: (2014 -12) with BSI kitemark
ASTM F1163:(2004a or 04a onwards) with SEI mark,
SNELL E2001: with Official SNELL label and number
AS/NZS 3838 (2006 onwards) with SAI Global Mark
EN13158 BETA 2000 or 2009 Level 3 (Purple Label)
The organisers have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents. Neither the organisers nor the British Horse Society accept responsibility for any accident, injury, loss or illness to horse, rider, spectator or property whilst at this event.