Thoresby Saturday 2018

Beautiful Private Estate.Two day ride with camping and corralling. Ride one day or both!

Ride Date:

12 May


RIDE DATE: Saturday 12th MAY 2018

See the video at SETV

CLOSING DATE FOR COMPETITIVE ENTRIES/ LAST DATE FOR CANCELLATIONS AND EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: Monday 7th May 2018 NB No credits or refunds will be given after this date

LOCATION: Thoresby Estate, near Ollerton, Notts, NG22 9EP

CLASSES SATURDAY:  Competitive - 50FS, 40FS,40LS, 30FS, 30LS, 20FS, 20LS, 15RS

                  Next Step (15NS)

                  Pleasure Ride (PR) 20, 15, 10, 5 Mile

                   Lead rein (LR)  3 mile

ENTRY FEES:   Competitive Ride – £25 members only

                       Next Step – members £20, Non-member £25

                       Pleasure Ride – Sport Endurance member £20, non-member £25
                            ***£3 discount only if book on-line by published date***

            Juniors (12 and under as at 31.12.18)   £10           

START TIMES:  Competitors -  Registration for competitors from 8am. Start time within 30 minutes of vet time.  Pleasure Ride - Start time is between  10.00-12pm. Registration for pleasure riders from 9.30 am.


ENTRIES: Please book on line. For web help please phone 01283 810011. Pleasure ride entries on the day may be available if ride not full (CASH only £20 member, £25 non-member, £10 junior) - please contact the ride organiser.

VENUE TYPE: The parking is on a flat grassed area of Thoresby Market field

FACILITIES   There is water, toilet and excellent caterer at venue. Thoresby courtyard centre with cafe, shops, toilets, plant sales and gallery 5 minutes walk for those not riding. Very nice!!

CAMPING & CORRALLING: Per night - £5 per person, £5 per horse. See camping listings for booking.

RIDE DETAILS:  The ride is entirely in Thoresby estate this year.Generally the terrain is fairly flat to gently rolling.  It is an easy ride and route. It looks a bit complicated on the map but it will be easy to follow. Mostly forestry tracks, some lovely grassy tracks, one long track surfaced with red shale, some old tarmacked roads in the forest (not used as public roads). These can be slippery in places . If your horse is barefoot, may be advisable to use boots. Please note with the exception of Freeboard Lane (red shale track) all parts of the route are private and not accessible normally.

There are two road crossings on the route out and back, which will be stewarded.