Toll Rides (Off-Road) Trust – or TROT – is a national organisation with local agents around the country who develop new riding routes for horse riders on farm land and rights of way, avoiding roads. Riders pay a fee according to how many miles of toll routes are open in their ‘hackable’ radius and once a rider becomes a member of TROT they can use ALL other farm or forestry routes nationwide for no extra fee. Seventy percent of the members’ fees go to the farmer/landowner, with the remaining thirty percent going towards the costs of administration.

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The Stapleford TROT route comprises approximately 18 miles of ‘off road’ riding with links into rights of way in the area. The route is mostly on arable field margins with some tracks and pastureland.

Stapleford TROT is located between Whissendine, in Rutland, and the neighbouring village of Burton Lazaars, in Leicestershire. There is plenty of suitable roadside parking in the area. Secure off road parking is available for a small charge at Pears Lodge Farm on the TROT route.

Fees & Membership
Please contact the Stapleford TROT organisers for current day rates as we well as six- and twelve-month membership dues.

Maps
Maps of the Stapleford TROT and talkarounds for the route may be downloaded from the Stapleford TROT website.

Shooting season
It is advisable to contact the local agent for shooting dates during the winter shooting season as the route will be closed to riders.

Contact

Sandra Dale
Tel: 01664 474 151
sandra.dale3@btinternet.com
Website