Important Covid Update
Due to ongoing changes in Westminster over the weekend, the drafting of the final Covid legislation relating to "Organised outdoor activities" is still evolving, and some Police forces do not yet have a full understanding of it.The Hunting Office is working hard to clarify the situation and get firm advice on Hunting operations. We are confident that Hunting will be able to continue and will issue more guidance as soon as we can.For the time being, it is essential that anyone coming out hunting (mounted or on foot) form clearly distinct and separate groups of no more than 6 - the Fieldmaster, Hunt Officials and the Covid Compliance Officer should be responsible for making sure these groups remain wholly separate throughout the course of the activities.To be clear, while is it fine for attendees to spread out, at no point must people gather in groups of more than 6.
Please let us know if you have any queries. We will keep you updated as much as we can.
Dear All,Following new guidelines issued by the MFHA, we are delighted to be able to say that subject to keeping within certain Covid secure guidelines, we can begin scent training with UNRESTRICTED numbers as soon as the harvest allows us.In order to do this we have to keep to some fairly strict, but not too difficult to follow guidelines. Essentially it involves making sure we keep social distance of 1m and that we know and record exactly who is out, so that track and trace can happen, should it need to. Hunting is of course always in the spotlight, but is likely to be even more so, as we are seen to be enjoying ourselves again, so we have a duty to hunting as a whole and to ourselves of course to do this as best we can and to be SEEN to be doing it.For mounted followers It will involve a system of booking in before being able to come out. We will try to make this as simple and flexible as possible. Over the next few days we will let you know the exact process we will use, the guidelines/rules that we need to follow and the a summary of how things are likely to work. Basically hunting is a socially distanced sport, so keeping to the rules should be pretty straight forward, but it is crucial that we do. Then there is no reason why we cannot continue and have a great time as we always do. A summary of the guidelines for followers is attached.The Masters”
Rhona Smith has availability for:
High quality clipping,
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Also availability for instruction,all levels catered for, group/private lessons.
Please call/text Me for more information.
ZETLAND HUNT HUNTER TRIAL 11 OCTOBER 2020
AT BRETTANBY MANOR, BARTON, RICHMOND, DL10 6HD BY KIND PERMISSION OF MR & MRS E.VAUX AND SUPPORTED BY MOLE COUNTRY STORE, PIERCEBRIDGE
This event is planned to run within the COVID-19 guidelines of HMG which are expanded below this schedule
CLASS 1 – Non-competitive NOVICE & NANNY - £35 per pair Height to approx 75cm
CLASS 2 – Spick & Span Turnouts NOVICE - £20 Optimum time- height to approx 75cm
CLASS 3 - Mole Country Store NOVICE PAIRS - £35 per pair
Fastest Time to include 1 dressing fence! Height to approx 75cm
CLASS 4 - Thinford Saddlery OPEN - £25
Optimum time - height to approx 90cm
Rosettes and prizes in kind awarded by post 1st to 3rd place in Classes 2, 3 and 4
1st-3rd IN CLASSES 2&4 QUALIFY FOR 70&90cm ELAND LODGE NATIONAL HUNTER TRIALS
Entries via www.horsevents.co.uk closing date Weds 7th October. No refunds for withdrawals after the closing date. In the event of cancellation entries will be refunded.
Times posted Friday 9th October on horsevents.co.uk and www.zetlandhunt.org The course will be available to walk from 10am Saturday 10th October
MEDICAL COVER IS INCLUSIVE.
ALL RIDERS MUST WEAR A RIDING HAT WHILST MOUNTED, BODY PROTECTORS ARE COMPULSORY FOR XC. MEDICAL ARMBANDS ARE RECOMMENDED.
Neither the organisers, nor any person acting on their behalf, accept any liability for any loss, damage, accident, injury or illness to competitors, spectators, or any other persons, animals or property whatsoever.
MANDATORY COVID 19 REQUIREMENTS Required Adherence
COVID 19: Comply with current Government restrictions and guidance at all times.
TRAVEL: Participants should only travel in a vehicle with a member of their household; otherwise sanitise, wear masks, open windows, keep best distance. Do not arrive too early; leave promptly after completion. Park 5m apart and horses must not be left unattended whilst outside. Clear up before you leave - there will be no bins!!
ATTENDEES: One rider and supporter per horse. No non-involved supporters to attend. Bring own water, food, sanitiser etc. No toilets or food available! Dogs allowed on lead.
ADMIN: No Secretary! No cash! Online bookings only: horsevents.co.uk Start times, numbers and results online. Print your own A4 Entry-bib number(s) and secure them front and back: if they fall off your score may not count. Results will be published on line in timely manner on horsevents.co.uk and zetlandhunt.org Prizes and rosettes by post.
RULE CHANGE: Cross contamination via multiple paper slips (timekeepers, judges, collectors, scorers) is an unnecessary risk. Therefore, scoring for all Classes will be decided by a clear round, thereafter an optimum time based at a posted fair hunting pace (fastest for Pairs).
EVENT: Course Walk from Sat 10th October - don’t touch gates, poles and fences. Warm- up arena 6 horses max at time. No helpers allowed. Steward supervised
Zetland Hunter Trial
11th Oct at Brettanby Manor
Ride your horse around a traditional Yorkshire Hunter Trial Jump through hedge and fence lines, over tables and field jumps; is your pony ready to climb up and down natural banks to cross shallow flowing streams??
4 classes: Non-competitive Nanny & Novice; competitive Novice and Novice Pairs, all with 15 jumps to 75cm; also longer and more testing 22 jump Open to 90cm.
Book only at www.horsevents.co.uk You can cancel up to close of entries for a refund, also if the Trial is cancelled.
Brettanby Manor, DL10 6HD, 10 mins North of Scotch Corner Contact: Fred Grundy 07709264476
Schedule on horsevents.co.uk and zetlandhunt.org
Event supported by Mole Country Store, Piercebridge
Qualiflier for Eland Lodge National Hunter Trials 2021
1st Module Rhona Smith
2nd Victor S Clark and Family
3rd Mostyn Tarn Bainbridge
4th Cricket the Andrew Family
1st Crazy the Andrew Family
2nd Moment S Gibbon and Family
3rd Vital Tarn Bainbridge
4th Motive Wilson-Petch
Champion Crazy The Andrew Family
Best Wiorking Dog Zorba Margaret Swinburn
Best Bitch Maggie Wilson-Petch
Overall Jameson Rhona Smith