Schedules and Patterns
In light of the Coronavirus outbreak we have regrettably decided to postpone all of our Garden of England events until further notice.
We are taking all sensible and necessary precautions to protect not only our competitors but also all our staff who work tirelessly to make these events happen.
We will be sure to reschedule all of our events when it is safe and sensible to do so. We have penciled in, and are hopeful, that we may be able to re-schedule the International Show for the week of the 19th-23rd August 2020 but keep an eye on our Facebook page for regular updates.
Thank you all for your understanding.
The Garden of England Team
PLEASE BE AWARE OF THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO ANY
GARDEN OF ENGLAND EVENT.
All horse must be vaccinated as follows.
An initial primary course of 3 injections is required for horses more than 5 months old. The second is given between 21 and 92 days after the first and the third is given between 150 and 215 days after the second, and then booster vaccinations given annually thereafter. If any vaccinations are outside of this protocol a new course must be restarted and horses will not be accepted on the showground until the 2nd one has been given. Any vaccination should be done a clear 7 days before entry to the showground. All passports must be checked on arrival on the showground
No stabling will be booked without payment in advance. Once the close stable booking dates have passed we are only able to offer a refund if the stable can be sold on.
The human head is very vulnerable and may suffer considerable damage owing to injuries caused by a fall or impact from a horse. Injuries to the head may have long term effects and, in some cases, can be life threatening. It has been proven that wearing a correctly fitted, good condition riding hat can protect the wearer from injury or reduce the overall effect of any impact or injury. We promote safe riding and competition and in order to further this aim strongly recommend that protective headgear to approved standards is worn while handling exercising riding or competing any horse or pony. By entering this show you indicate that you are aware and take full responsibility for competitors without protective headgear to handle exercise ride or compete horses at their own risk.
By entering The Show you are consenting to ourselves, catering company, videographers and photographers contacting you by electronic means. If you do not consent, please advise the secretary when submitting your show entry.
Anyone that wishes to hack out over the farm MUST wear a hard hat
NEITHER AQHA, GARDEN OF ENGLAND CIRCUIT, STERNBERG FARMS OR STERLING QUARTER HORSES ACCEPT ANY LIABILITY FOR THEFT. NOR DO THEY ASSUME OR ACCEPT DUTY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR SAFETY AT THIS SHOW IN REGARD TO PARTICIPANTS OR ANY OTHER THIRD PARTIES, OR FOR THE HORSES OR OTHER PROPERTY THEREOF. RIDERS WHO DO NOT WEAR APPROVED HARD HATS WITH CHIN STRAPS AT ALL TIMES WHEN RIDING, UNDERSTAND THEY ARE RIDING AT THEIR OWN RISK. NEITHER BR, NRHA, AQHA, GARDEN OF ENGLAND CIRCUIT, STERNBERG FARMS OR STERLING QUARTER HORSES ACCEPTS ANY LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR SAFETY.