ICB offers extensive equestrian facilities and land

As the Premier private stabling yard in the greater Kyalami area, ICB enjoys 300 acres of exclusive open riding land. In keeping with our efforts to have as minimal impact on the environment, we have been careful not to over capitalise and as such, there are only 90 stables at ICB available for baiters.

Our happy, healthy, horses are turned out for a minimum of 6 hours per day, and all our paddocks are secured safely and securely with professional taping and/or fencing.

Social outrides mainly take place on Saturdays, Sunday and Public Holidays, with all levels and disciplines catered for. Many of our top-class horse/rider combinations make use of these rides to enhance their skills, but to also just relax and enjoy the beauty and privilege of riding.

All 300 acres of our land is fenced, ensuring safe riding and more importantly, peace of mind. Security ensures that only members are able to access the property and only on open days, (these days are done on an ad-hoc basis and comes at a cost) may non-members enjoy riding on our land.

For the more regular visitor, a booklet of pre-paid vouchers is available - enquires in this regard are to be directed to Management for further information.

 

For those members whose families are not of the horse persuasion, the property has a fantastic array of birdlife, walking/running/dog walking opportunities abound. Safe, family time is encouraged, but primarily, horse activities will always have right of way.

Our top-class facilities include:

·         3 beautifully maintained grass show arenas

·         48 separate paddocks

·         1 large mares paddock

·         1 large geldings paddock

·         3 dressage arenas (2 at full size)

·         1 show jumping arena

·         2 designated and lunge arenas’

·         Polo Crosse Club House

·          Our Flag Ship Club House (overlooking the spectacular Bowl arena)

·          2km exercise track

·          Over 200+ cross country jumps, spread evenly over every level from grass roots to FEI (International) standard

·          2 water complexes
 
 
 


Etiquette Rules

All clubs, no matter their target market, have various rules and regulations and we are no different. We do however, like to believe that we are more relaxed than many, and our priority is simply that we wish for our members and fur children to be happy and safe

A few (but certainly not limited to….) common sense considerations:

 

·         Let’s start with the most important… once finished riding, ensure that your horse is un-tacked and comfortable, or at least in the care of a groom, before rushing off to the pub!

·         A regulated hard hat and correct riding boots are compulsory when riding.

·         Should you wish to leave the property and make use of someone elses, ensure that you have obtain permission first.

·         Always greet and thank landowners if they are present when you are riding on their land.

·         Leave gates as you find them

·         Treat any livestock with care and respect and do not gallop past cows, horses or sheep.

·         Do not take your dogs onto other people’s land.

·         Move to one side to allow people on foot right of way.

·         If a rider is dismounted, for whatever reason, make sure at least one person has stayed with him/her until he/she has remounted

·         Unless you are making use of the designated gallop track, do not gallop or canter past anyone leading a horse

·         Always have consideration for other riders who may be less experienced

·         Before setting off for a jump, make sure that you will not be ‘riding off’ someone else who is about to jump the same obstacle.

·         If you are having problems at a jump, get out of the way quickly – someone else may be already approaching the jump or waiting to do so.