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Code of conduct

Amazingrazing community guidelines

AMAZINGRAZING LTD is a service intended to help equine & livery owners connect. We want you to have the best chance of finding Livery or an equine owner. 

To make that happen, we ask all our users to take responsibility for their behavior here and the ways they interact with other members.

These community guidelines should be read alongside, and in addition to, our Terms of Use & Privacy policy & Safety Policy, which can be found here;

www.amazingrazing.co.uk/terms , www.amazingrazing.co.uk/privacywww.amazingrazing.co.uk/safety 

The golden rule

The most important thing to remember when you’re on our site/app is this:

If you wouldn’t say, do or show something to someone in real life, don’t say, do or show it here.

So, before you send a message, ask a question or upload a photo, always ask yourself if you would do the same 

if you were meeting in real life. If you wouldn’t, it’s probably not a good idea to do it online.

The four pillars of online behavior

There are four key principles we want you to follow while your part of AMAZINGRAZING LTD.

Be Kind

Be Respectful

Be Safe

Be Genuine

Check out the tips on how to act.

Being kind

ALWAYS treat people you interact with on AMAZINGRAZING LTD the way you would like to be treated yourself.

Don’t be rude. Don’t be mean. Don’t bully, intimidate, defame, harass or stalk other members. If someone says they’re not interested, leave them alone. If someone blocks you, don’t try to get back in touch: Even if you don’t think you did anything wrong, the best plan is to forget it and move on.


  • Be careful what you say, especially at first. Something you might think is just a joke may be taken very personally by someone else.
  • Nobody likes threats, hate speech, racism or bigotry, they’re illegal and we take reports of such things very seriously. Depending on the severity, they may lead to your account being warned or banned.

Being respectful

Every strong working relationship is built on mutual respect, and it pays to show that respect right from the start.

Think of your profile picture as your first message to someone. Choose a name that makes a positive first impression. If your name, picture or message contains hate speech, obscenity or trolling it won’t just mean you’re unlikely to get any Liveries or Equine owners: we’ll ban you from the site.

Keep all your photos videos & correspondence relevant. Don’t send messages containing unwelcome sexual propositions or sexually explicit content.

We also do not accept messages or content depicting illegal activity or promoting commercial sexual services, human trafficking or non-consensual sexual acts. Breaking this rule will result in your account being removed.


  • Never ask for or share private information.
  • It’s never OK to upload nudity, sexually explicit or pornographic content to AMAZINGRAZING LTD.
  • NO images of violence, drug use or criminal activity.
  • Please respect your children’s privacy and safety. Photos showing minors, even with an accompanying adult must not be posted.
  • AMAZINGRAZING LTD. profile pages are not the place to advertise your, your band, your artwork or that old “tack” you’re selling save this for the chat forum. 
  • Keep conversation in the chat forum relevant. Spammers will be banned.

Being safe

The golden rule for being safe on AMAZINGRAZING LTD is always to think about your safety first. To begin with only interact with people through the AMAZINGRAZING LTD site, don’t share too much too soon, and only share your contact details, social media details, email or phone number if you feel this will help you to connect with others. 

Remember, all members can see your contact details if you publish them on your profile. 

Don’t give out contact details to people you don’t fully trust. Watch out too for people you have never met who ask you for money. Remember scammers can often be very convincing. Don’t let yourself be fooled.

Never solicit another member for private information, like passwords, National Insurance Number, financial information or their home or work address. You are not allowed to use any information regarding a member, public or private, for business/commercial use or any other unlawful or nefarious purpose.

We only accept adults as members, and we will remove and permanently ban any accounts operated by anyone who is not an adult. If you find someone underage, please report their account to us immediately for your safety and theirs.

If you do encounter anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable or who isn’t sticking to our rules, it’s easy to report them. Just click ‘report member’ on their profile. And if you don’t want to hear from them again, you can always block them. See our Online Safety Policy here for more information.


  • In the early stages, keep all your interactions on the site. You’re both much safer that way.
  • Don’t pressure people into giving you personal information. Remember they don’t know you, and it might make them feel uncomfortable. Get to know them first: they’ll share when they’re ready.


For our complete list of tips about how to stay safe online, click here (link to safety policy)

Being genuine

Be genuine from the start. It goes without saying that we will ban any scammers, impersonators, fraudsters or criminals and may report them to the police.

Don’t promote external links, sites, pages or any commercial messages in your profile or messaging (unless you are a Livery). And don’t use copyrighted images that belong to someone else unless you have received their express permission. Please note that all responsibility for any use of copyright images without permission and for any other content you share lies wholly with you the user.


  • Make sure all the information on your profile is true. It’s disrespectful not to be honest from the start, and it breaks our terms and conditions. 
  • Only include pictures of yourself your livery or equines. In profile pictures, make sure you show your face clearly. Don’t include group photos: people won’t know which face is yours.
  • Avoid using memes or heavy filters that distort or hide your face. People want to know what you look like!

Behave yourself, online and in real life

We want you connect to a Livery or Equine owner eventually, so please be kind, safe, respectful and genuine right through your meet ups – it’s just the best way to be.If someone you’ve met through AMAZINGRAZING LTD acts badly towards you or makes you uncomfortable, we want to hear about it. Report them by clocking the three dots to the right of their profile name, or, contact us on webmaster@amazingrazing.co.uk and we’ll do our best to help.