Horse Terms and Conditions

The Owners of Rushop Hall provide accommodation, stabling, grazing and suggested riding routes. The Owners do not provide or hire horses or transport for horses.

Visiting horses must be in good health and carry no infectious conditions. Horses must be wormed and fully vaccinated against flu and tetanus. Any horse arriving at Rushop Hall that is found to have symptoms of ill health will be asked to leave immediately. In such cases no refund will be given.

The Owners reserve the right to call a veterinary surgeon to a visiting horse in the case of a welfare or health emergency. In such cases the veterinary costs would be at the expense of the horse owner.

Stabling and tack storage is entirely at your own risk, and any damage caused to our stables or fields by your horse will be chargeable. The Owners accept no responsibility for any damage caused to your horse or by your horse to anyone or anything either on or off Rushop Hall property. Your horse and tack remain your responsibility during your stay.

Your horse must be fully insured against any damage it may cause. Guests are required to provide evidence of valid horse insurance, which must include third party public liability insurance. All horses must have full passport registration.

You may choose to ride on local country roads or on the off-road trails. All routes are ridden entirely at your own risk. Rushop Hall does not accept any responsibility for any incident, accident or injury occurring in such places. In the event of any accident or injury the Owners should be notified immediately.

In the unlikely event of a Guest’s conduct being unacceptable or where Rushop Halls Terms and Conditions are disregarded the Owners reserve to right to ask Guests to leave the premises. No refunds will be given in these circumstances.

Payment of livery is due 4 weeks prior to arrival on the same basis as for the accommodation. Please read our General Terms and Conditions for more information.

Grazing is normally available for visiting horses, but the Owners reserve the right to withdraw grazing when necessary to preserve the condition of the fields. Guests must inform the Owners if horses need to be separated from other horses. No feeding of hay or haylege to your horses is allowed in any grazing areas.

All stables should be mucked out prior to departure and paddocks cleared of manure. Horses are to be removed from Rushop Hall at the same time as the B&B or holiday accommodation is vacated, unless prior written agreement is given.