Auchlishie Eventing requests that all hire clients read and abide by the following before booking the cross country course:-
ALL bookings to be made in advance by telephone and a contact number supplied for the booking.
On arrival park in the lorry car park and not in the cross country field.
ALL riders must sign the disclaimer form and note any posted course updates. (Children under 18 require an adult signature).
Riders are recommended to walk the course on foot before riding it.
Qualified Instructors are welcome but proof of insurance details are required.
ALL Riders are required to wear regulation body protector and skull cap.
ALL riders must be accompanied and a member of the party must have a working mobile phone.
ALL dogs must be on leads at all times
ANY damage to fences or incidents on the course must be reported to Auchlishie Eventing immediately.
Pony Club Eventing Training Camp with William Blane
British Eventing Auchlishie
Auchlishie Livery offers tailor-made livery services. DIY Livery to Full Livery Services to suit you and your horse's needs with individual turn out paddocks.
Livery clients have the use of all Auchlishie's riding facilities, including indoor school, outdoor schools, and cross country course.
Riders who wish to hack out can use the cross country course or take advantage of Auchlishie's location and escape to the foothills of the Angus Glens via the quiet country roads.
The Indoor School measures 46m x 21m and can be used for indoor team showjumping, dressage and pony club, riding club evening rallies. The surface is a rubber sand mixture which is kept chain harrowed to maintain condition.
The Outdoor School is a Martin Collins fibre sand arena that measures 60m x 45m. There is also a Warm-Up Sand School that measures 40m x 30m.
2015 sees the 10th Anniversary of the running of Kirriemuir Horse Trials and a move to a new date in May 2015.
The new change of date will allow competitors to have their horses fitter and the introduction of the new 80 cm class will offer an excellent opportunity for an introduction to eventing on a straight forward run.