Please see the link below for British Equestrian Federation up to date Covid-19 and Social Distanging Guidence in England.

*All activity must be outdoors

*All should observe the relevant guidance on health, hygiene and physical distancing (two metres in all cases)

*Everyone involved should be responsible for implementation of guidelines that ensure their safety

*Coaches, venues and equestrian centres should carry out COVID-19-specific risk assessments and check with their insurance providers before any activity convenes. They should communicate regularly with their clients regarding all risk management measures and guidance in place so all parties understand what they will be required to follow.

Riders/drivers – groups of six people from separate households can now ride together, or five plus a coach. Riders and drivers can responsibly exercise horses outside, anywhere where there is legal access.

Coaches – can now teach groups of five people from separate households in a session held in an outdoor facility or training venue.

Venues – groups of six people from separate households can now ride together in outdoor spaces, or five plus a coach.

Click here to read the Government’s guidance to the public on the phased return of sport and recreation activities.

Click here to read the Government’s guidance for coaches on the phased return of sport and recreation activities.