Area 4 Camp 2015

AREA 4 CAMP 2015

Attached is the booking form for Area 4 Summer Camp at Bishop Burton for 2015 and the Junior Camp Booking form PLEASE DO NOT USE LAST YEARS FORM!!!

AREA4 SUMMER CAMP BOOKING FORM BISHOP BURTON 2015
JNR AREA 4 SUMMER CAMP BOOKING FORM BISHOP BURTON 2015

Last years camp was a great success and we welcome all members of Area 4 Riding Clubs for a fun weekend of horsing around xxx
BRC Area 4 Summer Camp
Bishop Burton College 20 -23 August 2015

Please PRINT and complete fully then send it along with your DEPOSIT £50. Cheque made to AREA 4 BRC to the address below by 16th May. The balance of £230 will be due MONDAY 13TH JULY 2015.
The camp will run over 3 1/2/ days. You will arrive Thursday lunch time 12 noon onwards. You can settle yourself and your horse in and have the option of enjoying the Bishop Burton Estate farm ride. Training will begin on Friday AM. Members will have 2 training sessions each day-1 SJ and 1 XC. Dressage sessions will run throughout the camp. You will be allocated 2 Dressage slots during the camp. If your dressage slot clashes with one of your jump sessions you must let MS know if you do not want the dressage session. (please can you do this at the beginning of camp on Thursday). PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU TICK THE BOX IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO JUMP. You will be allocated 2 Dressage sessions each day.
Your stable will have 2 bales of shavings in when you arrive. If you would like more then you may bring your own or buy them from the college. THIS MUST BE DONE THROUGH MS. Haylage will be included – 2 normal size hay nets per day. If your horse requires more then you are very welcome to bring your own. (the hay store will be open at set times each day for members to fill 2 nets)
The food will be provided by the college. Please indicate if you have any special requirements. You are very welcome to bring your own ‘liquid refreshments’ to camp, but we are not allowed to take it into the college restaurant where we will be eating some of our meals. There is a fully licensed bar in the restaurant. If the weather is kind to us then we will BBQ one evening. Lunch will be served as last year in ’Canters’ opposite the BB Arena. The college have very good toilet and shower facilities very close to the car / lorry park.
This training is open to ALL BRC MEMEBERS. Please remember to give your BRC number.
Trainers will be: Sue Chadwick, Ian Bennett, David Llewellyn, Russ Underwood, Sue Ringrose, TBC, DRESSAGE: Tori Peter, Andrew Day, 3rd trainer if numbers warrant one. There will be demos on 2 of the evenings during camp.

BRC Provisional Hat Guidelines for 2016

Hi Everyone,

Just to give you a heads up on the new hat rules for next year. Laura from Head Office has sent this out.  2016 BRC Provisional Hat Rules

Please feel free to distribute this among your members. If people know what standards will be expected it may stop them making an expensive mistake.

We saw some brand new hats this weekend that will not pass the new standards next year. Price is not always a guarantee that the hat is up to standard, some of the very expensive ones on sale at the moment are not to future standards.

Also please let your members know that they will all need new tags from 1st Jan next year. With this in mind we will endeavor to have extra hat taggers at the early competitions next year.

Denise

Summer Show Results 2015

Morning all,

I would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who gave their time over the weekend to help make the summer show a great success.

All our club volunteers had two very long days, and thankfully the weather was very kind to us.

Without you, these area competitions would not be able to run.

Well done to all members who competed and congratulations to the lucky ones going to the championships! Good luck to all of you and let’s hope you come back with some national titles for Area 4!

FINAL DRESSAGE 12 JULY 2015 RESULTS
2015 Summer Style Jumping results
2015 Summer Jumping results

Finally a personal and on behalf of area 4 members, ‘thank you’ to Nicky and the committee for all of their time and work leading up to and over the weekend.

It doesn’t finish there…… all the results have to go into the office, sorting and sifting through hundreds of sheets is not a two minute job!

We have come to the end of our area qualifying competitions for another year !

I hope you all enjoy the rest of your summer and look forward to seeing you at Richmond for the  Winter Dressage in November.