Code of Conduct
Use only the car parking facilities provided

Hats. A ‘Riding Hat’, designed to provide protection, must be worn at all times when mounted by anyone, as listed below:-

All Riders must wear ‘Protective Headwear’ i.e. a hat which meets one of the following standards:

British – All PAS 015, VG1 - provided they are BSI Kitemarked    
European – VG1 - provided they are BSI Kitemarked   
American –All SEI ASTM F1163 04a onwards and SNELL E2001
Australian & New Zealand – AS/NZS 3838 2003 onwards.

Harnesses must be correctly fastened at all times whilst mounted.

For the Cross Country, only a “Jockey Skull” may be worn, this must have no peak. A jockey skull typically has no peak or noticeable protuberances above the eyes (or to the front), and has an even, elliptical or rounded shape with a smooth or slightly abrasive surface. They are usually worn with a removable hat cover containing the peak.

It is strongly advised that Body Protectors are also worn at all times whilst mounted

Correct footwear must also be worn whilst mounted

Racing is forbidden

Obey all signs

Keep to marked routes

Any breakages must be reported to the course owner

Always give way to pedestrians on public footpaths

Dogs must be kept under strict control, and must always be on a lead whilst on the cross country course

Failure to comply with the Code of Conduct when using Lincomb Equestrians facilities could result in your future use of the facility being refused.

Terms and Conditions

All Jumps are optional and the rider can choose not to jump any or all of the fences. It is the rider’s responsibility to make certain that they and their horse have the necessary level of ability and experience before attempting to jump. Riders should familiarise themselves beforehand with any jump of which they have any doubts as to their ability to complete safely. - This applies to both cross country fences and show jumps

Single riders must be accompanied by either another rider or person on foot when using the facility for cross country jumping or show jumping. Any spectator or person accompanying a rider must keep well clear of all jumps.

Any accident must be reported to the course owner and a record made in writing before departing.

Personal Injury and Equipment Insurance Notice

The course owner does not insure the rider, your horse or your tack and equipment. You are strongly advised to have in place your own adequate personal accident insurance at all times.

Except in respect of death or personal injury caused by our negligence we shall not be liable to you by reason of any duty at common law or under the express term of our contract with you, for any loss or damage, cost or expenses which arrive out of or in connection with your use of any Lincomb Equestrian facility.

contact us: 01299 251 351 / 07896 200777
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