Loyalty Card Terms & Conditions:
Our loyalty card applies to entries made at British Showjumping events only. Each loyalty card is valid for one free entry after the full payment of 10 entry fees (not including HC’s).
Each card must have a name on it and will only receive a stamp for entries made for that rider. Stamps are only given after the class has completed (no stamps for withdrawn entries) so, please come back at the end of your day to receive stamps on your card.
When redeeming a free entry, this will be removed from your bill at the end of a day. The free entry will always be redeemed against the cheapest entry fee. Free entry fee does not include first aid charges, ticket entries or any other fees, just the basic entry fee for a standard class.
Free entries cannot be redeemed at major events such as our Young Horse Championships.
Limited to one free entry per rider/per show day (i.e. a rider cannot save up multiple cards and use them all at once.
Any attempt to falsify stamps or abuse the loyalty system will result in a disciplinary note being passed to British Showjumping and a permanent ban from Northcote Stud (at the discretion of the management).
Loyalty cards remain the property of Northcote Stud and can be revoked at any point, without reason.
Northcote Stud reserves the right to refuse any person the rewards of the loyalty card, without reason. Northcote Stud also reserves the right to alter or terminate the loyalty card scheme at any time.
Find out what people say about Northcote Stud and it's team.
First class equestrian venue. Really helpful staff, top commentary, excellent course builders used for the jumping, fab cafe. Actually makes you not want to go anywhere else.
Best place around we find always friendly and the canteen is amazing. They are always helpful to me and my family and nothing is to much trouble. Every time we go there is something that has improved.
Great place, Professional, Really stunning venue. Staff are lovely and extremely helpful. Really enjoy going here with my daughter for the showjumping events.
Yvette Jane Howarth