Dressage Camp @ Parkend – 5th and 6th June
June 5 - June 6£70
TWO DAY DRESSAGE CAMP @ PARKEND – Wednesday 5th and Thursday 6th June
With John Hill
This two day camp will include 4 sessions per day focused on flatwork dressage training. Sessions to be confirmed but likely to include a mixture of Test Riding Practice, Polework for Dressage and Test Riding/Judging. If weather permits, there will be an opportunity to practice dressage test riding on grass in the park.
This camp will be for 12 people and a waiting list will be taken.
Horses MUST be up to date with the Flu and Tetanus vaccinations according to Riding Club recommendations. It is your responsiblity to only bring a healthy horse to camp and to maintain good levels of biosecurity while at camp for the benefit of the other horses and resident horses at Park End.
Payment must be made at the time of booking. Refunds will only be given if someone is able to fill the space from the waiting list.
You must commit to being available for the whole two days – as times / groups will be arranged according to abilities.
Price £200 per pers on to include
4 group lessons over the two days
1 night stabling on Wednesday 5th June (additional night stable @ £25pp)
1 night shared accommodation in the flat on Wednesday 5th June or wagon hook up (additional night accommodation @ £15 pp)
Food is not included in the overnight camp but looking into booking a table at Battlesteads Hotel for the evening meal
Bookings will open at the end of February. Payment is needed to Border Riding Club to confirm your place on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Please pay Border Riding Club. When paying please put your name and Dressage Camp as a reference – on the payment transfer so we can match it up easily.
sort code 30 96 26
account number 56792268
Please apply to Becky Madeley
Tel 07740 613391 Email
Mucking out tools and barrow
Water bucket & feed bucket
Hay or Haylage and feed for two days
All equipment for your horse – tack, rugs, boots, passport
All equipment for yourself (be prepared for all weathers!) an up to standard riding hat, boots, gloves etc.
If sleeping in the shared accommodation – pillow, sleeping bag or sheet and duvet with cover
A plate, bowl, mug and glasses plus cutlery for meal times