The Candover Ride

CANDOVER RIDE 2019 - CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

 

  1. All riders must wear approved crash hats and body protectors are strongly recommended.
  2. Horses and ponies must be 4 years old or over.
  3. All riders must check in the with the secretary on arrival, check in with the steward at the start of the course and at the end of the course.
  4. Dogs are not allowed on the course and must be kept on leads at all times in the car and lorry parking areas.
  5. Only 3 attempts are allowed at any jump
  6. Only flagged jumps may be used.
  7. Polite passing is allowed on the course.
  8. Riders are to stick to the marked course.
  9. Only riders are allowed on the horse course, no walkers nor cyclists.
  10. All riding participants have a duty of care to all other participants and should report any Health and Safety concernes to the organisers.
  11. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
  12. Children under the age of 16 must wear a RED wristband at all times;  it is the responsibility of their responsible adult to write their mobile number on said wristband.
  13. The landowners and organisers accept no liability whatsoever for injury or damage incurred at the event to any person, horse or other property.  
  14. Riders take part entirely at their own risk, and children, wether riding or not, are the sole responsibilitity of their parents or carers or responsible adults acting with the agreement of their parents or carers.
  15. The organisers accept no resonsibility for damage to the participants property or animals at any time before, during or after the Event
  16. Vaccinations  - In accordance with BEF advice, horses should not attend events unless appropriately vaccinated and boosted (as required). The latest BEF advice is here https://bef.co.uk/News-Detail.aspx?news=equine-flu-latest
    • The Candover Ride will not be checking passports or vaccination certificates.  
    • It is the responsibility of owners and riders to conduct their own risk assessment both for the safety of their own horse but also to ensure the safety of others.  
    • No horse drinking points are provided and people who allow their horses to drink from local sources, such as field troughs, do so at their own risk.  
  17. All entries must be paid in full at the time of booking.
  18. There are no refunds.