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Cattle Drive and BBQ 19th August 2023


Horses attending this clinic must be safe and comfortable around cattle. You must also be willing to listen to instructions precisely to keep the cattle under control at all times. The aim of a cattle drive is to move the herd from A to B in a controlled and calm manner. Anyone seen to be intentionally running or chasing the cattle or not working as a team will be asked to return to the yard. This is for the safety of the riders and horses as well as the welfare of the cattle.

Please note your horse must also be safe and quiet hacking out as we may come accross deer and other wildlife as well as farm machinery while on the drive. A disclaimer must be signed on the morning of the drive and you must hold your own riding insurance to cover you hacking out.


Have you ever wanted to take your own horse on a cattle drive here in the UK?

Well now you can, right here in heart of the Fens!

Join us for a cattle drive around the farm with a stop for a BBQ lunch in the middle.

We will drive the herd out to the middle of the farm before stopping off for lunch, but with a twist. As a group you will be tasked with keeping the cattle under control while a few of you go and eat at a time. No fences, just your horses, teamwork and the skills you have learned at our prior cattle clinics.


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