Looking for a different equestrian challenge?
Have you tried JumpCross located in the National Forest in the beautiful countryside of South Derbyshire?
The venue located at Grangewood Farm, Netherseal, Swadlincote is run by the Kirkland family who also run a successful livery and competition yard.
Grangewood Farm JumpCross has access to more than 100 acres, with the course winding through mature trees and woodland.
Natural water features and undulating ground provide a wonderful setting for JumpCross, the outdoor equestrian sport for all ages and abilities whether you are looking to undertake training or participate in competitions.
Katherine and Rebecca Kirkland are planning a series of training and competition days over the forthcoming months, so don’t miss your opportunity to try out something new!
Said Rebecca: “We have added a number of new jumps to the course and re-routed the fences around the water complex to include a hill and a mound which is proving very popular with riders.
“The concept of JumpCross provides a lot of fun and education for both horse and rider and caters for everyone from those new to riding to competitors at advanced level.
“JumpCross is a great way to develop cross-country skills and we are delighted that riders in the area are having a go at this exciting sport.
To book a place on a Grangewood Farm JumpCross Training day telephone 01283 760063 or visit www.grangewood-farm-livery.co.uk for more information about JumpCross visit www.jumpcross.com