Enjoy your visit to Belsay Horse Trials – Gates Open to the public from 0800-1830
What is Eventing?
It’s one of very few sports that genuinely allow people to compete equally, whatever their experience.
Men and women, amateurs and champions, young and experienced horses all compete fairly against each other, making it truly exciting for riders and spectators. Visitors can watch the dressage, show jumping and cross country phases which take place simultaneously throughout each day of competition.
EVENTING IS AN ALL-ROUND TEST OF HORSEMANSHIP.
TRADE STANDS – confirmed for 2017
CATERING – confirmed for 2017
Visitors with mobility restrictions should contact the secretary’s office for information and assistance regarding accessibility at the event, including access to the cross country course. Alternatively contact us at email@example.com for more information.
There are viewing areas at the dressage arenas, showjumping arenas and on the cross country course which are accessible to people with disabilities (including those with wheelchairs or other mobility vehicles/aids) and these will be clearly signposted and labelled on maps which are available on the day or closer to the date on this webpage.
For safety reasons no motorised vehicles including ATV’s are permitted on the cross country course other than officials’ vehicles. Visitors with mobility restricitions who would otherwise use motorised vehicles should contact the secretary’s office for information and assistance. Where possible alternative arrangements will be made for you to access the cross country course.
|1.||All persons attending this event are encouraged to purchase a programme, which contains a map showing the different parts of the event and suitable viewing locations.|
|2.||All visitors are directed to use designated crossing points when on the cross country course. Please watch out for horses at all times and listen for warning whistles.|
|3.||Anyone requiring first aid should go to the Secretary’s tent. Only medical problems arising at the event will be treated.|
|4.||All dogs must be kept on short leads at all times.|
|5.||Spectators and competitors are advised to prepare for all weathers. Please wear sensible footwear and bring sun protection cream, a hat, light waterproofs and a coat.|
|6.||The use of motorbikes and all-terrain vehicles are banned except for authorised officials. Anyone found riding a motorbike or all-terrain vehicle without permission will be asked to leave the event.|
|7.||No skipping-out of lorries and trailers on the park field. All litter and dung must be taken home.|
|8.||The organisers reserve the right to refuse admission to Belsay Horse Trials to any person or to withdraw permission at any time to remain at the event and shall not be required to give any reason for such action.|
|9.||The Organising Committee shall not be liable in respect of any loss or damage whatsoever arising from the abandonment or postponement of Belsay Horse Trials.|