Course owners/manager/employees and those who oversee the running of the courses reserve the right to refuse admission
All riders must sign the disclaimer form before setting out on the course
If paying a yearly fee the dates the fee covers are noted on your payment receipt
All jumps on the course are optional and the rider can choose not to jump any or all the fences. All fences to be taken only in the direction of the markers. It is each rider's responsibility to make certain that they and their horse have the necessary level of ability and experience before attempting to jump. Riders should familiarise themselves beforehand with any jump of which they have any doubts as to their ability to complete it safely.
Single riders must be accompanied by either another rider or person on foot. Any spectator or person accompanying a rider must keep well clear of all jumps. No vehicles or bikes to be allowed on the course without prior permission from the Yard Manager Rebecca Lapwood.
Any accident must be reported immediately and a record made in writing before departing.
The course owner does not insure the rider, your horse or your tack and equipment. You are strongly advised to have in place your own adequate personal accident insurance at all times.
All riders and spectators are to ride only on the Farm Ride route marked on the map provided or on designated Bridle ways.
Anyone found to be using any other track; headland or any other land owned by Middlewick Farm other than the Farm ride route will
be asked to leave and may be refused admission for future use with the loss of the user fee.
The Yard Manager reserves the right to close the course when the conditions prohibit its use (mainly when it is too wet to use), or for reasonable maintenance of the course or if the course is being used by another organisation. These dates will be published in advance on the website.