The wide variety of Lincoln cross country courses available to horse riders demonstrates there’s nothing more enjoyable than riding across country on your horse.
Riding in Lincolnshire
Unless of course there’s a few nice cross country jumps in the way.
Cross country courses come in all shapes and sizes and it’s always better if you can find out a little bit about them before you spend all that time prepping, loading and travelling.
Lincolnshire has a good selection of cross country courses, all fairly well spread out over the large county.
From the superb Burghley course to our good quality privately run local xc courses where you can enjoy an excellent and safe days jumping.
So, don’t just stick with what you know, be adventurous; read a little about the other courses around lincolnshire and give them a try.
Caistor, North Lincolnshire – 07931 766207
Caistor Equestrian Centre offers tuition for all standards of rider, from qualified and fully experienced instructors using our own horses and ponies. Fun activities are arranged during every school holiday …
The Grange, Grange-de-Lings, LINCOLN LN2 2NB – 01522 750602
Hood’s cross country course is based in Grange-de-Lings and is one of the better and more popular cross country courses in Lincolnshire …
Casteldyke Equestrian Centre Cross Country Course
Gipsey Bridge, Boston, Lincs PE22 7BW – 01205 280824
Set among acres of grassland, woodland and farmland our 2.8km cross country course currently offers a wide variety of jumps at 60cm, 75cm and 90cm levels. The jumps are built to the current BE build specification and are designed to test accuracy, boldness, agility and obedience. Included are traditional ascending rails, oxers, hanging logs, cordwood, pheasant feeder, brush fences and coffins, together with modern jumps such as tractors and picnic benches. A quarry and water complex have recently been completed and a small bank and large bank complex are under construction in May 2012.
Gosberton Bank, Gosberton, Spalding, Lincs PE11 4PB – 01775 840428
The course features a good selection of cross country jumps such as logs, steps, trakehners, coffins, pallisades and water as well as some more advanced fences such as arrow heads, tables, bullfinches and corner fences …
Danethorpe Lane, Danethorpe, Newark – 01636 703980
New fences are introduced constantly, ranging from logs, big and tiny, to chairs, tables, coffins, steps, banks with arrowheads, corners, trakheners, and a superb water complex with numerous ways to negotiate in and out. This suits very novice to very advanced riders and all levels of horse or ponies …
Scawcett Lane, Epworth, Lincoln, DN9 1LQ
A course suitable for first novice cross-country goers and experienced eventers. Lots to inspire, plenty to challenge and enough to build confidence. Stuart Buntine was the course designer. NOTE: Obstacles tend to be a higher than advertised.
Home Farm, Hallington, Louth, Lincolnshire, LN11 9QX – 01507 605864
Hallington is an excellent cross country course ideal for everyone. The course includes over 40 cross country obstacles and presents a challenging environment for practice sessions …
Eagle Moor, Lincoln, LN6 9DP – 01522 6888
White House Farm cross country course is located at Eagle Moor near Lincoln and is owned and run by proprietor Elaine Lovell …