Area 8 Camp Day

BRC Area 8 Day Camp 3rd September 2017

Beechwood Equestrian Centre

The Wheatsheaf Centre

Main Road

Rettendon Common

Chelmsford

Essex CM3 8DY

 

We are holding a day camp open to all members’ junior and senior, which will offer Dressage and showjumping training.  You will be able to take part in one or two of the options and at a level that suits you. We will start early in the morning and sessions will continue throughout the day so you will be welcome to come along and watch other sessions as well as take part.  There will be a lunch break so please feel free to bring along your lunch and meet other members.

 

The idea is to have a social fun day with educational lessons from experienced instructors. The cost will be subsidized out of our training grant.

 

Please can you email me sandiegibbs@me.com with details of which Club you are with and what session or sessions you would like to take part in and the height you are comfortable jumping and any other information you think I will need to know then complete the entry form.

 

Details of the instructors are below

Julie Hugo

Dressage UKCC LEVEL 3 Coach

Competed to Grand prix and trains with Carl Hester.

Individual Lessons £45.00 40 mins

 

 

 

Lara Abraham

Lara is a very accomplished show jumper who has competed at the highest level.

£35.00 Individual 45mins £25.00 shared 1hour

 

Both Instructors are happy to teach all levels, ages and abilities.

 

 

Entry for area 8 Camp day 2017

 

 

Name   £
Club    
Age if Junior    
Horse/ pony give height    
Dressage – level    
Show jumping – height happy to jump    
Individual or group    
     
     
Mobile telephone number    
Email address    
Any other information    

 

Please return the form with a cheque made payable to Stansted and District Riding Club to Sandie Gibbs at Castle Farm, Thorley Lane West, Bishops Stortford Herts CM23 4BN. Please ring 07785275829 for more information.

 

48 hours’ notice for cancellations

 

First aiders on site

 

We have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of horse and rider – to be effective, you must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring.

 

ANY INDIVIDUAL USING THE FACILITIES WITH IN THESE PREMISES DOES SO AT THEIR OWN RISK

 

Signed ………………………………………………………..

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