It is an offence to keep a riding establishment without a licence, and the grantee of a licence is guilty of an offence if he contravenes or does not comply with any condition1 of the licence2.
A person commits an offence who:
(1) lets out a horse on hire, or uses it for providing riding instruction in return for payment or for demonstration riding, when it is in such a condition that riding it would be likely to cause it suffering3, or when it is aged three years or under, or is a mare heavy with foal or within three
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