North Cornwall JumpCross Goes from Strength to Strength
WITH stunning views out to Bodmin Moor the North Cornwall JumpCross site at Treeroosal Farm is going from strength to strength.
The site at St Teath includes a wide range of natural features including water crossings, undulating pasture, hills and tree lined landscapes.
The JumpCross course includes many natural features, making use of running streams and trees.
With three large water complexes and one run through this undulating terrain offers a course for all abilities and sits in a valley area making perfect viewing for spectators.
The JumpCross site is run by former show jumper, Jenna Sleeman and forms part of the family farm.
Said Jenna: “The JumpCross training sessions at Treeroosal Farm are proving very popular and we are very pleased with the continued support from local riders.
“Everyone is very welcome to come and have a look round the course and to learn more about JumpCross. It is a brilliant sport for both novice and experienced riders and great fun at the same time.
“JumpCross is also a great way to introduce young horses to jumping and cross-country in a calm and relaxed manner as poles can be completely removed and then gradually built up to develop confidence.
“All the novice riders who have come to us have gone away having achieved something for themselves.
“Whether it’s jumping bigger fences than they are used to or just getting round over a course of fences that may have seemed rather daunting or a big challenge, it is brilliant.
“The course is great for building confidence as the fences are adjustable you can tweak things gradually without over facing horses and riders, and the water complexes are perfect for introducing youngsters to as well.
For further information on JumpCross at Treeroosal Farm contact Jenna on 07813 553337. To contact JumpCross Headquarters telephone 01780 782356 or visit www.jumpcross.com