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October Half-Term 2016

posted on Tuesday 27th September, 2016

GYMKHANA - Tuesday 25th October

Don't miss out on our Halloween special . apple bobbing, mummy wrap, pony games. Just to name a few. Make sure you dress in your best Halloween attire. Sign up in the office for only £8 (members) or £11 (non-members)!

11:00-12:00 for Level 1 &2

12:00-1:00 for Level 2advanced and above

PONY ACADEMY- Monday 24th to Friday 28th October

Come and learn how to care for our four legged friends with our popular Pony Academy.  Children work towards the ABRS Rosette award system.  These Rosettes are achievable in a day, and contribute towards a slightly more comprehensive ABRS Tests.

The day includes an hours ride, practical sessions and craft sessions (depending on the ages within the group).

£45 for members/ £50 for non-members


Back by Popular Demand!
Join in with a Halloween special of riding, grooming and crafts. There is a prize for the best dressed costume!

£20 for members / £23 for non-member

DRESSAGE COMPETITION - Friday 28th October


This a great opportunity to put the skills you learn in lessons into practice. It is not necessary to learn the test and you can have someone to call it for you! There is a walk/ trot test or walk/ trot/ canter test.

£8 for members/ £11 for non-members per test

CLEAR ROUND JUMPING - Thursday 27th October

Beginner – 9:30-10:15am

For riders who have never jumped before, pole work and raised poles,. For Level 2 advanced and above


Novice up to 50cm – 10:30-11:15am

For Level 3 and over, for riders who have jumped before.


Intermediate up to 75cm – 11:30-12:15pm

For Level 3 riders and over, for riders who have jumped before and quite confident at jumping.






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