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The Stannage International Stunt Team

The Stannage International Stunt Team, the most experienced stunt team in Great Britain, have something very different. A new style stunt show with the latest motorcycles and a remarkable buggy.

The Stannage International Stunt Team has performed stunts all over the world and accumulated five world records on the way, his exploits have been shown on various television shows including ‘The World’s Most Amazing Videos’. He has got together a team of the most talented riders that will amaze you with their unbelievable skills.

The team will perform Ramp Jumps, Wheelies, Stoppies and many more remarkable stunts that need to be seen to be believed. Remember there is nothing the riders like more than hearing the audience cheering, clapping and shouting for more!

ADMISSION PRICES

RACING YARDS AND AFTERNOON ENTERTAINMENT
£15 per person. Children under 12 free.

AFTERNOON ENTERTAINMENT ONLY from 1pm
£10 per person.

Children Under 12 – FREE
Car Parking – FREE

PROGRAMMES
Programmes will be on sale (£5) at all car parks and yards. There is a map inside, a programme of events, interesting articles, quizzes, pages of all the trainers with their horses and lots more plus many great colour photographs. A collector’s item.

All proceeds go to charity.

DISABLED ACCESS

Horses don’t like steps either and so most of the racing yards are on level ground with tarmac or concrete walkways. The horses are generally in their stables and will often have their head out of the door, for a wheelchair user it may be difficult to view the horses who are tucked away in a far corner of the stable. However, the stables are all attended and we encourage you to ask for assistance from one of the stable lads. When you arrive at the stable please indicate that you are disabled or have a disabled passenger. Wherever safely possible you will be allowed to park close to the buildings and drop a disabled passenger.

The afternoon entertainment is on a grass field which may prove challenging to wheelchair users without attendants. Parking for vehicles with disabled drivers and passengers is directly next to the field.

Special toilets for disabled visitors have been hired and are available at key locations. Please ask any of the marshals. They are also marked in the Open Day programme.

If you have any questions concerning facilities or access for disabled visitors then please contact us and we will do our best to assist you.

DOGS

You are welcome to bring your dog provided it is kept on a lead. This is for safety reasons since there are many people about. We really want everyone to have a great time so please respect instructions from marshals and yard staff.

In warm sunny weather cars become ovens, and because of this the RSPCA advises that animals are never left inside cars. If an animal left in a car is panting for breath it may be starting to suffer from heatstroke, which can kill an animal very quickly. Leaving windows open or putting a bowl of water in the car does not help.

Owners who put an animal at risk by leaving it inside a locked car could face prosecution. If you see a dog left inside a parked car on a warm day, please contact the police who will be in attendance on the day.

For any further information contact Mark Smyly by email.

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