Add a I.C.E contact number to your vest or T-shirt. (Add contact details at checkout)
T-shirts will be put on the sleeve unless requested elsewhere, Vests will be added to the side (hip) unless requested elsewhere.
Riders are urged to carry ID on both themselves and their horses when hacking, should anything go wrong. No one wants to think about the worst case; If something was to happen we want our next of kin contacted as soon as possible.
Whilst having ICE (In Case of Emergency) contacts listed in your mobile phone’s contact list is a great idea if you lock/smash/thrown your phone from your pocket or your phone has a password/security code the emergency services will not be able to access the information in case of need.
Make sure the person whose name and number you are giving has agreed to be your ‘ICE partner’. You should also make sure your ICE partner has a list of people to contact on your behalf, such as your place of work. In addition, they’ll need to know about any medical conditions that could affect your emergency treatment, including allergies or medication.
If you’re under 18, your ICE partner should be your mother, your father or an immediate member of your family authorised to make decisions on your behalf. Friends and other relatives won’t be able to make decisions for you if you’re admitted to hospital.
Storing an ICE number makes it easier for everyone if you’re involved in an accident.