Sunday, 21st July 2019 at 8:00am
DUE TO THE OUTBREAK OF EQUINE FLU, HORSES WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE VACCINATED.
This is a pleasure ride with classes of 20km - it is an unvetted ride.
By entering the ride you are accepting all of the terms and conditions, which can be found in the information pages
This event is a qualifier for the South East Group's Weald Trophy. All entries are automatically eligible for the Weald Trophy and there is no additional charge. More details can be found here
Once all the spaces are filled, we will take 20 riders on a waiting list, in case of any withdrawals.
Venue address - Plumpton Racecourse, BN7 3AL
Ride Organiser - Jenny Newman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 07711 015773
A copy of your horses' flu vaccinations, including the front identification sheet, should be sent in at the same time as your entry but must be sent to Katie Bedwin, email@example.com by the 12th July 2019, at the very latest.
Entries close on the 8th July 2019 - after this date refunds cannot be processed without a vet/doctors certificate, as per EGB refund policy, which is available to view in the information section.
Ride at 2018 prices. Entries received by 24th June 2019 will be entitled to a £3.00 discount per rider, please use the code "EARLYBIRD" in the discount box to apply the code. If you are entering two riders in the same booking, use the code "EARLYBIRD2TICKET" to apply the £3.00 to both riders (£6.00 discount).
A message from the Ride Organiser;
This pleasure ride venue is at Plumpton racecourse where we have access to toilets (showers!) and plenty of parking. Whilst we cannot use the racetrack itself (shame!) it is a lovely spacious venue so perfect for the novice horse.
The route starts with bridleways and quiet lanes before heading up on the South Downs to some glorious canter tracks, a steep descent before a fairly flat route back to the Venue via bridleways. The route has been slightly altered from previous years and is now a true 20km, so a gate allowance will be given. The exact number of gates will be displayed on the day, with the time allowance; as I’ve found in previous years, the farmers can change the use right up to the week before, altering how many gates are in place, or closed. In a typical year there will be 10 gates to open, therefore a time allowance of 5 minutes will be added to the minimum and maximum times noted on the ride information.
I look forward to receiving your entries, if you have any questions please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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