Busy Season at Grangewood Farm JumpCross

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THE 2012 JumpCross season at Grangewood Farm, Swadlincote, Derbyshire is set to be busy with a host of training and competitions planned.

The course opened in September 2011 and the team have had an amazing response constantly attracting new people to the sport and with many regulars returning time and time again.

Thanks to the increasing demand for Jumpcross at Grangewood Farm they will be hosting their first Jumpcross competition on Sunday, May 27 which will include a qualifier for the JumpCross Young Rider Challenge.

The qualifiers are open to young riders and Pony Club members aged 16 years and under and will be an individual competition over the Intro level track, no higher than 2ft 6in.

The 2012 final will take place on June 26, 2012 at the Lincoln JumpCross Eventer’s Challenge with a prize fund of £1,000.

Grangewood Farm is a successful family run BHS Approved Livery Yard which has been in business for over 30 years.

Said Rebecca Kirkland: “We have wonderful facilities including a large indoor arena with mirrors, a secure floodlit ménage 20m x 40m, horse walker, Solarium, Equissage, jump paddock, full set of show jumps and simulated cross country jumps, cross country course, excellent grazing, acres of off road riding and of course JumpCross.

“We also run dressage and clear round competitions throughout the year and can offer overnight stabling if required for JumpCross and other events.

“We have two onsite accredited JumpCross trainers to ensure riders have a fun and exciting training session at Grangewood Farm.

“We are really excited about our first competition and hope many riders throughout the area will join us.”
For more information contact Grangewood Farm on 01283 760063 or visit www.grangewood-farm-livery.co.uk for more information about JumpCross visit www.jumpcross.com

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