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24 October 2018Halloween Working Hunter Show

http://www.orkneycommunities.co.uk/RIDINGCLUB/documents/wh-halloween-show-and-clinic.doc

An entry form for our Fun Halloween Working Hunter Show on Sunday 28th October can be found on the link above.  We are having a separate Mini WH Section for riders 10 years & under, and this can be on lead rein or assisted.   Advance entries must be in by Wednesday 24th, after that it's entry on the day at double fee.  

We will have a course of approx 8 to 10 jumps and plan to have a small indoor collecting area so riders don't have to wait outside in the cold. 

The kitchen will also be open so we are looking for a) Folk to help out and b) Donations of food.  Let us know if you are able to do a shift in the kitchen please.  

 

TOOTS CROMARTY CLINIC

We will offer lessons with Toots the day before the Show, Saturday 27th, where you can get jump coaching over the working hunter fences (not the dressed show course) or flat.  Lessons are £15 and to book contact:  helenfoulis@btinternet.com. 

 

23 October 2018Colin Hexley SJ and Arena Event Series

http://www.orkneycommunities.co.uk/ridingclub/documents/ch-booking.docx

 the booking form for Colin Hexley (Nov 30/Dec 1st) is now available on the link above, and hard copies are at the Market Stance and outside N J Coward's office at the Mart, or emailed from Katie on request.

CHARITY ARENA EVENTS 

Sunday Nov 4th at the Market Stance sees the first in the now regular Winter series of informal arena events run by Toots and Katie. This season we are raising money for Parkinson's - a truly horrid disease that blights many lives. The day will start with building (all help appreciated!) at 11am and jumping will begin as soon as we are ready after 12. Beginning with Poles and working up through X poles; 60cms (2'); 80 cms (2' 6"); 90cms (3'); 1 metre (3'3"). Other heights, ie poles up or down by request AFTER these heights. The whole day will be informal and help will be available if need be -there will be NO eliminations, providing a "no pressure" chance to have fun and improve. there will be an indoor collecting area so no-one need shiver outside!! As usual there will be a DIY kitchen with an honesty box. Soup and hot dogs will be available, as will baking if anyone is willing to donate it! any questions, ask Katie 

01 October 2018RIDING CLUB MEMBERSHIP

http://www.orkneycommunities.co.uk/RIDINGCLUB/documents/membership-form.doc

Our membership year runs from the 1st October, although new (& renewing) members can join at any time. 

The cost is £25 for a riding/competing member or £20 for a non-riding member. You must be aged 18 to join. 

We welcome new members - a membership form should be available on the link above, and also in the Library section or email: helenfoulis@btinternet.com. 

 

 

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