Road to Competition Course Day 30th June 2023
June 30 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm£100.00
Perfect for those with a young horse, or those wishing to gain confidence before entering competitive events. Jason and 5* event rider, Olympian and coach, Camilla Kruger, will be on hand to help, whatever your aspirations and experience.
This Road to Competition Course Day includes:
- Foundation Ground and Ridden Work from Your Horsemanship program
- Settling Your Horse at an Event
- Riding a Dressage Test – tips and techniques
- Riding a Show Jumping Course – tips and techniques (all heights catered for from poles – 1m)
- Negotiating Obstacles
- Tea and coffee included (bring your own lunch/snacks)
- Paddock (£10/night or day) or Stable (£30/night, £10/day) are available if required
Booking: Book by purchasing a ticket to this event. Payment is secure and it goes directly to Your Horsemanship Ltd.
Entry Fee: £100 (this event is limited to 10 attendees) Your Horsemanship Members receive a 10% discount by using their discount code at checkout.
You will be asked for your full details, any medical requirements and stabling/ paddock requirements 4 weeks in advance of the Course Day, when you will also receive a detailed itinerary.
By booking on this event, you are agreeing to the following Terms and Conditions;
The deposit and entry fee is only refundable with a veterinary/ doctors certificate. In the event of cancellation, the organisers reserve the right to keep the deposit to cover administration costs.
Please be aware that despite rigorous quarantine and hygiene systems in place at Your Horsemanship, there remains a small risk of your horse contracting an illness. If your horse shows symptoms of ill health or unsoundness on arrival, Your Horsemanship will not receive it on the yard. Please note we will only accept horses on the yard that have a passport showing up to date vaccinations, and that have been on a strict worming program.
Your Horsemanship Limited accepts no liability whatsoever for any accidents befalling horses or humans that may occur on our premises. Handling and riding horses can be a dangerous activity and we strongly recommend that you have your own adequate insurance cover.