The new site which was launched last year was a huge success and this year they are looking to improve on this success with training days for riders of all ages and abilities.
The course at Grangewood Farm is set in the heart of the National Forest, its beautiful and picturesque course runs through an extensive network of passageways throughout the established woodland include a water complex and undulating ground making this course varied and exciting.
If you have that competitive edge don’t miss the very first competition day at Grangewood Farm on Sunday 27th May 2012, which will also hold a qualifier for the Young Rider Challenge.
So whether you are a nervous rider, coming back to jumping after injury, bringing on a young horse or just looking for something more stimulating – JumpCross is for you.
It is an excellent way of training both horse and rider in the art of cross country riding, and is suitable for all ages and abilities.
Why not come and give it a go?
Dates for 2012
Sunday 1st April – Training Day
Saturday 21st April – Training Day
Sunday 6th May – Training Day
Sunday 27th May – Competition with Young Rider Challenge Qualifier
Sunday 3rd June – Training Day
Saturday 16th June – Training Day
All dates are subject to change, any alterations will be posted on the website.
Please contact Katherine or Rebecca Kirkland at the Grangewood Farm on 01283 760063 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively contact JumpCross headquarters on (01780) 782356 or visit www.jumpcross.com