CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
Hard hats must be worn.
2. Entry Fees: Adults - £22 in advance.
£25 on the day. Under 16’s - £16 in advance. £19 on the
This includes £2 per rider which covers our overall
costs for Paramedic support. PLEASE BRING EXACT MONEY IF YOU CAN!
3. On Arrival - Riders must report to the Secretary tent and
pay the entry fee and any sponsorship monies raised. Registration is open from 9:00am.
Horses may start at any time between 9:30am and 1.30pm. Riders may go in groups. Last registration is at 1.15pm.
All riders must report their return to the Finish Ring or Secretary Tent on completion of the Ride. Riders
retiring early must inform one of the Stewards stationed round the course.
5. The ride mainly
takes place on private farmland. Riders are requested to respect the generosity of the landowners and must
follow all direction signs and markers.
6. The organisers accept no responsibility for damage to
any competitor, persons, horse, vehicles or property whatsoever the cause. Paramedics, Vet and Farrier
will be in attendance.
Good riding manners are requested. Please note the ride number of those causing difficulty to others
and inform the Stewards on route or Secretary Tent.
8. Riders must take care with traffic on public roads and
are expected to have their own third-party insurance.
9. Do not leave horses
unattended on the field or on the ride.
10. The decision of the Committee is final.
RIDE START DECLARATION
Participants in the Tytherton Fun Ride are asked to read and familiarise
themselves with the Ride Start Declaration before commencing the ride.
ride takes place over a mixture of private land and public highway and is designed to provide and enjoyable day for all.
Whilst care is taken in planning the route of the ride and in designing the jumps the organisers cannot accept any
liability or accident or injury howsoever caused.
The purpose of this statement is to identify to all participants that they must
exercise care and attention for the safety of themselves and others. It is essential that each individual
participant assesses their own ability and competence. By nature, the ride covers undulating ground and
encounters natural hazards, such as hills, wet ground, ditches, low branches etc.
Stewards of the
ride are positioned to assist the smooth running of the ride.The ride route is clearly marked with yellow arrows for direction.
All jumps are optional with easy access around. In the event that there is a sequence of jumps requiring
access in and out, these are clearly marked. A copy of the route markings is clearly displayed at the start.
Included in the organisation of the ride is access to a Vet, Farrier, and Paramedics.
These facilities are clearly signed adjacent to the parking area and in addition are co-ordinated via the Ride Contact
Point. If during the day you wish to use any of these please do, alternatively if whilst in the ride you
wish to contact any of them you will find a contact telephone number on the back of your ride number.