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Our Facilities

By Gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen, Windsor Park Equestrian Club has been holding its events on Smith's Lawn for 38 years. Nowhere else in the United Kingdom will you find this mix of equestrian disciplines all taking place at the same time.

Showjumping, ridden dressage and competitive carriage driving all take place within easy reach of the road alongside The Guards Polo Club.

The venue is unique and uniquely beautiful. Dogs (on leads!) and children are all welcome to watch the competitions and new helpers are always welcome.

During the season other events take place such as the Smith's Lawn Horse Trials, the Sponsored Drive and the BDS Annual Show. Come along and watch, join the Club and enjoy the benefits of membership.

"What is this life if full of care, we have no time to stop and stare."

Peter Bridson
CHAIRMAN: Windsor Park Equestrian Club


DRESSAGE

  • Up to 5 Arenas
  • Large working in area
  • Level ground on well-established turf
  • Practice Arenas may be available for hire
  • Lorry Parking
  • Car Parking at Ringside

DRIVING

  • Up to three Dressage Arenas
  • Full Cones Course
  • National standard permanent obstacles
  • Varied Marathon courses around the Great Park & private South Forest.
  • Overnight Stay facilities available for Friday & Saturday.

POLICY STATEMENT

Windsor Park Equestrian Club recognises the responsibilities placed upon it under the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act and all subsequent legislation derived from it. Windsor Park Equestrian Club is committed to the health, safety and welfare of its employees, officials, volunteers, members, visitors, embers of the general public and those affected by its operations. It will do all that is reasonably practicable to minimise the risk of injury, accident and illness and protect the environment.

This will be achieved by:

1. carrying out suitable and sufficient assessments of health and safety risks and putting in placed appropriate control measures.

2. providing and maintaining safe systems of work and safe handling, storage, maintenance and transport of articles and substances.

3. ensuring sufficient information, instruction, training and supervision is provided throughout the Club to enable people to fulfil their duties without unnecessary risk to their own, their colleagues or other peoples health, safety and welfare.

4. providing a safe working environment with adequate welfare facilities.

5. providing and maintaining safe plant and equipment.

6. ensuring all accommodation and materials used by the Club are safe and provided with a safe access and egress.

7. co-operation with the relevant authorities such as the Crown Estates Office.

8. compliance with the Club Health and Safety Policy and liaison with the Park via its Health and Safety management structure.

9. requiring contractors to comply with safety standards, to provide information and not expose others to risks to their health and safety.

10.requiring members to take reasonable care of their own health and safety and that of others.




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