Worcestershire, DY13 9RB
Tony- 07896 200 777
Rebecca - 07967 687692
Lincomb Equestrian is located 10 miles north of Worcester. Easily accessible from the M5 and M42 Motorways.
From Junction 6 of the M5, take the A449 dual carriageway, sign posted Kidderminster, for approximately 8 miles. Turn left at the large Roundabout with the Mitre Oak Pub, taking the A4025 to Stourport on Severn. Take the first turning left of the A4025, signed to Ombersley Golf Course, for approx half a mile, then the next right. Continue down this lane into Lincomb. The car and lorry parking area will be well signposted from this point.
If you are travelling from West of the River Severn, follow the signs for Worcester through Stourport on Severn until you are on the A4025. You will pass Sandy Lane Industrial Estate, continue on this road and take the fist turning on the right after Bells Farm Shop, signed Ombersley Golf Course, for approx half a mile, then the next right. Continue down this lane into Lincomb. The car and lorry parking area will be well signposted from this point.
On leaving Lincomb Equestrian turn left onto the lane and continue for 3/4 of a mile to the A4025.
Cross Country Course
Show Jumps £20/hour for 1 horse
Additional horses are £5 each
Dressage Arena £15/hour for 1 horse, additional horses are £5each
Terms and Conditions
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.
Body protectors are strongly advised, whilst mounted also. 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