All hay, bedding and muck must be cleared up and put back on your lorry or trailer.
When entering or exiting the arena through main door please make yourself known as there may be horses walking past.
The arena doors or white barriers must be across the doorway when the arena is in use.
Muck in the arena must be removed and put in the buckets provided.
You are welcome to use the jumps and equipment. However, this must be put away after use and any damages will be charged.
This is a riding for the disabled centre so please be mindful of our horses and clients when moving around the site.
•The horse must receive a primary course of two injections against equine influenza given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart.
•Only these first two injections need to be given before the horse can come on site.
•In addition, a FIRST booster injection must be given no less than 150 days and no more than 215 days after the second injection of the primary course.
•Subsequent booster injections must be given at intervals of not more than one year apart, commencing after the first booster injection.
After the recent Equine Flu outbreak, we require all horses to have a flu booster within six months of coming on site. None of these injections can be given within the seven days before the day of using the Cavalier Centre.
You MUST present your passport to the office before taking your horse off the lorry or trailer.
We have a donations only policy, which is described in more detail on our website. We opened for the benefit of our disabled clients but currently can offer the arena to the wider community to support our charitable aims. We need to generate in the region of £35 per hour/£350 a day in total to stay open. We rely solely on donations.