In light of yesterday’s UK Government advice on the risks to public health presented by the coronavirus the Equestrian National Governing Bodies recommend that competitions, training, coaching stop at the close of business on Thursday 19 March. Our British Showjumping Show on Wednesday 18th March will be our final show.
Allens Hill will be suspending all it’s normal activities for sometime.
This decision has been informed by the strong recommendations around social distancing, non-essential travel and public gatherings, taking into account the severity of the current situation and to safeguard the health and wellbeing of all of our sport’s participants, as well as the wider implications for society as a whole.
Thank you for your support during this difficult time.
NEW BD RULES FOR DECEMBER 1ST 2019
All BD registered horses must be currently vaccinated with the most recent booster injection being within 6 months +21 days prior to horse competing.
The full course or booster must have been administered at least 7 days before arriving at the competition.
All other horses competing at Allens Hill must have their vacciations up to date (12 month boosters) and must comply with the 7 day rule. All passports must be presented for staff to check.
Competitors are reminded to bring their horses passports with them and to ensure that vaccinations are up to date, we will be checking passports upon entry.
Major roadworks & temporary traffic lights at Pinvin traffic lights, causing delays in all directions especially 8am - 9am. If travelling to Allens Hill Competition Centre please allow an extra 20 minutes
All competitors are required to display two bridle numbers when riding both unaffiliated and affiliated dressage tests.
Competitors are reminded to bring their horses passports with them and to ensure that vaccinations are up to date. You can't compete within 7 days of a vaccination.