Specialising in products and equipment for riders who love the thrill and excitement of long distance horse riding.
All of our PerfEQ bridle's are made to order in our own factory
Good going on field margins, across grassland, with a few bridleways. Some roadwork on quiet roads. Further details will be placed on the website
Classes from 16Km Pleasure to 80Km (2 Day)
Varied going, incorporating private land, Toll ride route, bridleways, green lanes, quiet roads with rideable verges, and an occasional village. Distances under 30km have virtually no roadwork. Some water available on most routes. The 41km route starts and finishes on Stapleford TROT and incorporates bridleways, green lanes, and private tracks. There is a total of 3 to 4 kms of roadwork on quiet country lanes. There is 1 stewarded railway crossing on the 30km & 41km route, and a ford on the 41km route. Estimated % of tarmac: Varies depending on class 2 - 10%
Classes from 9Km Pleasure to 126Km (2 Day)
The route is grass and heather on rolling plateaux with a couple of serious hills. Fast going and wonderful views for those with time to admire. Estimated % of tarmac : Some on all routes but mostly on the 27km PR route.
Classes from 27Km Pleasure to 160Km (2 day)
Ideal for Vet gates and holds the Polar Vet/Health Check monitor eliminates the need for stethoscopes. The monitor comprises of a transmitter/electrode with a handle and an FT1 watch receiver. The combined electrode/transmitter is placed by the horses heart and the watch receiver button pushed. The display will give a heart pulsing indication and reading after 5-10 seconds. The electrode/transmitter can be easily removed from the handle and fitted to the Horse Belt allowing the heart to be continually monitored whilst the horse is either walked or rested.
To ensure a good contact the transmitter/electrode handle needs a sound contact with the skin of the horse around the heart area. This can be achieved by applying lots of water around the contact area. Alternatively a ECG gel can be applied to the electrodes on the handle before placing onto the heart area.