Riding Schools Summer Camps

Trentvalley Equestrian LLP Summer Camp 2021 Participant Information Pack and Registration Forms

 

 

Week 1: Monday 26th July    Week 2: Monday 2nd August

Trentvalley Equestrian

 Occupation Lane

 Fiskerton

 Nottinghamshire

 NG25 0TR 01636 813588 www.tvequestrian.co.uk

 

 The Trentvalley Equestrian Summer Camp is a fantastic experience – a week of fun and learning centred on ponies and horses for both children and adults. You will be completely responsible for the care of your horse/pony as well as taking part in a whole range of fun activities. The week culminates in Show Day on Friday where there will be competitions such as Show Jumping, Working Hunter, Tack and Turnout, Handy Pony and Chase me Charlie – all appropriate to your level. Participants may bring their own horse/pony. There are also riding school horses/ponies available. With the exception of Monday morning which is a 7:30am start, each day starts at 8am on the yard – everyone must sign in on arrival each day. Participants are divided into small groups (maximum 8) according to age and ability. Each group has two riding sessions per day. Other activities may include:

§ Stable management

§ Grooming

§ Horse/pony care

§ Preparation for badges/certificates

 Each day ends at 5pm after evening activities. Everybody must sign out before leaving the premises .Cost - £255 this includes:

 · Instruction in small groups

· Fully supervised activities

· Stabling/accommodation, straw bedding, hay and water. Please bring any extra hard feed that is needed for your horse/pony. Please be aware that a few of the stables do not have automatic drinkers so please bring a large water bucket. Places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Payment by cash or debit card only please

You will also need to bring a pack up with your breakfast and lunch for each day and a chair. We will provide tea, coffee, juice and biscuits/snacks that are available at all times from the office at any point of the day! We will be running camp in a COVID safe manor so we can protect everyone on site!

 

 

A non-refundable £100 deposit together with completed registration forms must be received by 1 st April

The Balance of £155, together with all other completed forms must be received by 1 st May . Full payment and/ or forms not received by 1st May will result in loss of the place and deposit Forms to complete (all forms are included at the back of this information document)

 Trentvalley Equestrian LLP accept no responsibility for any loss or damage to any personal equipment.

 Please note that there is a zero tolerance no smoking policy across the whole premises.

 

What you need to bring

 

Every participant needs to be properly equipped for the week. Some items are optional however most are essential. EVERYTHING must be indelibly labelled with the participant’s name. Please note that due to the large number of participants, we cannot provide individual storage facilities. You must be personally responsible for all of your belongings. Trentvalley Equestrian LLP accepts no responsibility for loss of damage to any of your belongings. Kit List Everyday Riding Attire

· Trentvalley sweatshirt/ T-Shirt/ White shirt

· Jodhpurs – navy/ black/ cream

· Suitable footwear – riding boots/ muckers/ wellingtons

· Body Protector – must be worn for all jumping and cross country

 · Riding Hat to current safety standards (please consult a member of staff well in advance if you are not sure whether your hat conforms)

· Long sleeves must be worn for jumping Friday Show Day

· White shirt or show shirt

 · Pony Club Tie

 · Cream Jodhpurs

· Jacket (V-necked pullover if you do not have one) For your horse/ pony (this applies to all participants including those using a school horse/pony)

· Full Grooming Kit – you can buy these very cheap online

· Saddle soap

· Hoof oil

 · Head collar and lead rope (Essential)

· Hay net

· Sponge

 · Wheelbarrow and tools (if you have them) If you have your own horse/pony you are responsible for providing all tack etc associated with your horse/pony.

 

name ...........................................

Address: ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………                                                            Phone number: …………………………………

 Date of birth: ……………………………………  

Age at start of camp: …………………

Emergency Contact Details ………………………………………………………..

Day time contact Name: ……………………………………………………………………

Number: ………………………………………..……….………………………………..

Medical Requirements/ Doctors name: ……………………………….

 Phone number: ……………………………

Address: ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………… Allergies:………….………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Do you have your own pony/horse?        Yes      No  

 If yes, please provide us with some details:

 Sex: ………………………………………… Age: ………………………………………… Height: ………………………………………

 If you require a school horse/ pony, who do you normally ride? 1) ……………………………………………….       2) ………………………………………………. 3) ………………………………………………

 

 

Who would you like to be in a group with? (This does not guarantee that you will be with them)          1)………………………………………………………………………………………………                                                                        2)………………………………………………………………………………………………                                                                    3)………………………………………………………………………………………………                                                                    4)………………………………………………………………………………………………

 Must be signed by a parent/ guardian if participant is under 18 Signed: ………………………………

Print Name: …………………………………. Date: …………………………………

Please give us some details of your riding ability. Can you walk/trot/canter/ jump? Please be honest!

Age at start of camp: ……………………..

Parents signature: ……………………………

 Date: ………………………………………

 

Please remember that camp is run in a COVID safe way. Everyone must have a mask mask on when on the yard and it should only be removed when mounted. Hands should be regularly washed and we suggesting bringing a small pocket sized santister for on the go ( we do provide large bottles in the main meeting arenas on the yard) . Please try and maintain a 2m distance from others and you must not attend if you feeling unwell in anyway.