Thank you to our sponsors
Sunday 29th April 2018
with Sue Buckley
Entry off Old Coach Road
The clinic will offer a short presentation about the sport and a dressage lesson in small group formats, this includes lateral work which is needed to get the most out of the obstacles and therefore setting the horse up for success.
You will hear a full explanations about each obstacle and how to ride it - some practice and a run through with verbal feedback !
Bookings close 20th April(or until full)Western gear is not required
Working Equitation Levels
Australian Training Level introduces the beginner rider or new working equitation rider to Working Equitation competition in an inviting and educational atmosphere. To be ridden using two hands on the reins, and in walk and trot. Transitions into and out of the halt may be made through the walk. The horse would show acceptance of the connection from the leg to the elastic hand without undue resistance.
To be ridden with two hands and in sitting or rising trot. Transitions up and down MAY be progressive. The horse should be in acceptance of the connection from the leg to an elastic hand showing the start of a round outline. The walk, trot and canter should be energetic and ground covering but without losing balance.
To test the correct progression of the horse's training and to introduce lateral work, walk through changes and counter canter. To be ridden using two hands on the reins, and in sitting or rising trot. The horse should now be reliably in acceptance of the aids, with more engagement and with a rounded and more uphill balance in the working gaits than at Preliminary level.
Cancellation Policy: If a participant books into a clinic and withdraws prior to closing date – a refund will be given. If a participant books into a clinic and withdraws after the closing date, a refund will be given only if a vet or doctors certificate can be presented. If withdrawing on the Friday/Saturday prior to the clinic or on the morning of the clinic please contact the clinic coordinator's mobile as listed on the clinic form (please refrain from emailing or posting on Facebook as it is unlikely to be read after hours leading up to rally).
Helper Duties Rules: If a member rides they MUST complete their assigned helper duty (or organise someone as a replacement). If you fail to complete your helper duty you may be refused your next rally booking. If a member has booked into a clinic, has been assigned a job and withdraws from the clinic notifying clinic contact, the committee would appreciate if you can still complete your helper duty but will endeavor to reassign it if this is not possible. If a member is booked into the clinic and does not turn up on the day (therefore does not complete assigned job) without notifying rally contact person(s) they may be refused their next rally booking.
NO PHONE BOOKINGS WILL BE ACCEPTED
Enquiries: [email protected]
BOOKING & PAYMENT OPTIONS:
BSB: 633-000 ACCOUNT No: 150137297
ACCOUNT NAME: Gidgegannup Equestrian
Post Booking Form & Payment to:
Gidge Equestrian Association
PO Box 77, Gidgegannup WA 6083
BOOKING WILL NOT BE VALID UNTIL PAYMENT RECEIVED