Upper Natone Endurance Ride
Cradle Coast Endurance Riders, Inc.
Upper Natone & Bianci Roads
18 & 19 October 2019
- GATES OPEN Friday 13:00 to 20:30. Saturday from 05:00 Please have your 3 day horse health declarations ready.
- PRE-RIDE VETTING from 15:00 Friday.
- Briefing 19:00 Friday
- No ride farrier so please ensure horses are adequately shod
- Canteen available
- No smoking on track
HOW TO ENTER
- Online entries will close Tuesday October 15
- Please use the online entry-from below
- Alternatively, phone entries to Deb Wyllie 0408 177 206
RIDE BASE LOCATION
- Corner of Bianci Rd and Upper Natone Rd
- 25.5 km from Stowport Rd Jcn with Bass Highway at Wivenhoe.
CCER look forward to seeing you all there.
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- Horse registration and log book needs MUST be in the hands of the Logbook Registrar a full week BEFORE the ride.
- Changes affecting "Day Membership" Riders who are not full members must take out "Day Membership". Arrangements for this have changed. Information is available here
- All riders MUST present a completed 3 day Horse Health Declaration, for each horse, on arrival at the ride base. If you arrive without this you will not be allowed onto the ride base and will not be allowed to ride. In effect this requires you to take and record your horse's temperature for three days before the ride. The relevant form is available here. This includes any 'companion' horse coming onto the ride base. Information on any such horses needs to be entered where provided for at the end of the on-line entry form.
- New riders can find lots of information here
- You are encouraged to look at the National Rules which can be found here
- Particular attention needs to be paid to the yarding of your horse at Ride Base.
AERA Rule 54. HORSE CONTAINMENT
- 54.1 The person responsible for a horse has a duty of care to all other persons to ensure their horse(s) are contained at all times. A competent responsible person must supervise horse(s) at all times when horse(s) are in the horse yard.
- 54.2 The preferred method of horse containment are metal yards, substantially fixed to a solid object such as a horse float, truck or permanent fence or appropriately pegged into the ground. Alternatively, electric fencing is permitted, but shall as a minimum, have 2 strands of tape, preferably white and a minimum of 1cm wide, with the top tape to be 1.2 to 1.4 metres above the ground. The posts used should be of substantial material (steel pickets) and installed so that the tape does not sag. The fence shall be energized at all times the horse is in the yard.
- 54.3 Only one horse is permitted per enclosure.
- 54.4 Ground tethering or the hobbling of horses is not permitted.
ONLINE ENTRIES NOW CLOSED
Phone entries to Deb Wyllie 0408 177 206