JumpCross Events & Training Days
The entries for competitions close at 6pm on Wednesday prior to the competition. Please ensure that your completed entry form is forwarded prior to this deadline.
Training booking in forms can be found on the venues page for each individual venue.
Competition Schedules can be found on the venues own website. Website addresses can be found on our venues page.
2021 JumpCross Dates:
Grange Farm HQ will be holding one to one and small group training days.
These can be booked through Robin at Grange Farm on Tel: 01780 782356 or email email@example.com or by contacting one of their instructors. All instructors details and booking in forms are on the Venues page.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR GRANGE FARM TRAINING.
Government Guidelines must be adhered too or we will ask you to leave the venue.
Who can Attend: Only the rider and one other such as parent / groom or vehicle driver.
ONLY the rider / riders and instructor will be allowed out on the course, a max of 5 riders + the instructor. so total of 6 as per government restrictions.
We ask that the extra person stays at their vehicle whilst training is taking place.
Parking, Please park a minimum of 4 metres apart
Please follow social distancing 2 metres apart its training / exercise
NO toilet facilities or catering at these present times.
Please bring your own refreshments and follow a strict hygiene routine re Sanitising.
Please do as your instructor asks as this is to keep everyone safe, THANK YOU
Training is offered in groups of between 4 and 6 riders and on an individual 1:1 basis.
You will receive tuition of a very high standard from our accredited instructors and you will also have a chance to ask about any aspect of the rules or scoring.
The JumpCross venues round the Country do vary in their landscaping and level of training they offer.
JumpCross is not as easy as it may first appear and there is a definite riding 'style' developing. JumpCross training days not only help horses and riders overcome their fears and obstacles, they also encourage a more rhythmic, and balanced riding style.