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FEI, Welfare and Safety

Useful information and publications for equestrians.  Legislation, FEI Codes, and safety data

Looking for information to add to a submission or to help gain access to recreation trails?  Check out Help with Submissions and Resources for Planners.

Adopted in 2005, the equestrian governing sports body Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) includes a code of conduct for all riders and riding organisations.

At the heart of all horse sports and recreation, the welfare of the horse must be paramount.



Safety

 
 
Keep your Trailer in Tow - another safety publication from LTSA
 
Am I liable for Visitors to my Farm?  A publication by the Dept of Labour for Landowners, requires Adob Reader (PDF format)
 

 
 
 
 

Public Access Resources for Equestrians and Groups



Public Access and Crown Forests - A guide for those wishing to understand the current status of public recreation access to crown forests.
 

Roads

Including Paper Roads.  The term paper roads is a New Zealand informal term for Unformed Legal Roads (ULR).  These roads have no legal difference from formed roads (the ones you drive on each day).
 
 
Roading Law and Unformed Roads (large PDF)  Quite long, but this is a comprehensive document looking at public access issues and paper roads (in par

Local Government Act 1974 Roads Section  - Some important bits if you are trying to get access to a paper road (unformed road).  This document provides the sections in the LGA that you can use to request access to a paper road, or to argue your case with the local Council to make them enforce access.
 




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Horse Sense Publications

 
Quick guides for those who may meet horses on trails or in recreation spaces.  Tips to stay safe.
 
 

 

 

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