The new wood fibre track delivers an ideal cushioned surface to provide both professional and amateur riders with the confidence of knowing that they will not be subjecting their horse/pony to seasonal hard ground or waterlogged soft areas.
Now allowing training and competitions to go-ahead throughout the year, JumpCross fans are provided with a brilliant facility even during the colder, wetter months to extend the usual ‘season’.
The track is an outstanding addition to Grange Farm’s JumpCross course which also offers a range of challenges including various water crossings, drops, ditches and banks to combine the thrill of cross-country, with the technicality of showjumping.
“We are delighted to have completed the all-weather track. It is an excellent surface and will allow us to run training and competitions for a much longer period throughout the winter months,” said Robin Dunlop.
“JumpCross is a unique sport that gives rider’s the excitement of galloping cross-country without the anxiety of tackling fixed obstacles.”
This marks the latest improvement to a track which has already committed to providing riders with the best possible facilities and options to progress themselves.
Grange Farm runs an annual competition series which includes a league currently sponsored by TopSpec and offers further mini-competitions, over a shortened course and reduced heights, for those who wish to compete in a more low-key manner.
Scheduled training days are also run throughout the year but Grange Farm is open as much as possible for training bookings throughout the year; these could be Pony Club/Riding Club training rallys, groups of friends or specific one-to-one training.
For more information contact Sue Proctor on (01780) 782356 or visit www.jumpcross.com