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COVID19 Update

Posted by admin on April 28, 2020

Will Hunt Breaking & Training is still fully operational during this period whilst ensuring absolute safety and well-being of both staff and clients as a number one priority. WHB&T has consistently taken early and swift actions to ensure this. From practising safe social distancing, disinfecting tack, grooming equipment, person equipment & stabling.

We are closely monitoring the official advice given by both the World Health Organisation and the guidelines from Public Health England on the steps we are undertaking. We are vigilant in ensuring staff have been fully briefed and are constantly updated on the ongoing situation.

We have no restrictions on our transport services & receiving new horses for training, and therefore if you are thinking of sending your horse away, please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your needs. We request all clients keep a safe social distance of 2m from members of WHB&T as a precaution for both parties.

As a generalised view on the status of riding, my opinion is this. For those who are able to ride in safe and sensible manner, continue to do so. Mental health is just as important during this time as your general health. Use this time wisely to enjoy your passion.

Stay safe & well.

Will Hunt

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