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Welcome Members and Non-Members!
After a great deal of thought and listening to what our members want, we have come up with some changes, new events and ideas for 2017, lots yet to be confirmed.
Changes to restrictions on all of our classes at competitions.
For those who want to compete but don’t feel confident enough to move up but their points exclude them from the classes they want to enter, the restrictions have now been amended for 2017.
We have options for you these can be done in a couple of ways you can enter our competitions online at Equo Events at https://www.equoevents.co.uk
Once you have registered your information of name, horse details etc. it is so easy to enter one competition or even a number with just one payment not just ours.
Dressage entries are still accepted by post accompanied with a cheque or by bank transfer to our competitions accounts.
Show Jumping Entries an still be done on the day too.
Our entry fees will remain the same, £8 member & £10 non-members unless otherwise
We are going to hold again the Combined Training competitions at Hill House Equestrian Centre. We are also going to organise some Team Show Jumping also at Hill House.
plus a Show Cross competition.
If all goes to plan we are going to hold our first club Camp! Details to be finalised but hopefully there will be something for everyone to come along and have some fun.
Our events are open to all , you do not have to be a member!
We are always striving to give our members a variety of events for everyone to enjoy whether it be competing, improving our riding and horse’s way of going, or just to go out on a Pleasure Ride - 2017 will see us continuing to try and do this.
We have, as a club competed at Qualifiers and championships, and been very fortunate once again and our members have done us proud! Well done all of you.
Committee change: we are very pleased to welcome onto our committee Claire Colebrook
Exciting for the club is that we are organising a clinic with Amy Woodhead, Freelance Rider and Trainer who competes in Dressage up to Regional, National and International level and trains horses and riders from Grassroots up to Advanced.
We are also continuing our Clinics/Training with Alice Elliott & Tracy Trotter for flat work, along with Show Jumping and pole work with Joanne Burns and our own Liz Pears. These are very popular and are aimed at all abilities; the participants have a very enjoyable and
Yet to be confirmed for 2017 : Courses/Demonstrations, Organised trips to Equestrian events.
Benefits of being a member are:
· The opportunity to meet and enjoy your riding with like minded people
· Reduced entry fees at all club competitions
· Subsidised training (for all levels) at club level and area.
· Free copy of Rider Magazine
· Competitions for Show Jumping, Dressage.
Working hunter, showing and Games night.
Team Qualifier competitions
We have no selection process if you are a member and want to be part of a NLRC team so long as you are eligible contact Caroline West (email@example.com)
Do you want to represent the club?
We send teams and Individuals to all BRC qualifiers in all disciplines. We do not have a selection process so if you are interested and jumping at novice level upwards or can do a respectable Prelim Dressage test contact Caroline West. We are very fortunate to have in Caroline such a capable, supportive team manager and she will gladly answer any queries you may have. Please see the Team Competitions pages 12-14. 2016 saw the North Lincs teams again taking the silverware and being highly placed in championships and qualifiers. So come on, set your sights high and see where it takes you. It is never too late to enjoy your riding and your horse/Pony.
Please remember, to secure your place, please include the £15 deposit. Any final monies MUST be paid prior to preliminary entries being sent and if not received you risk having your entry revoked.
How can you help?
You can help the club by competing at club level and supporting us. Events take a lot of organising so please support your club by attending our local shows and if not competing you could always offer your services to help build, pick up poles or stewarding even if you can only spare an hour it is most appreciated. You can also help by promoting the Club by word and mouth and sharing our posts on Facebook.
Remember! This is your club and any profit the club makes is put directly back in to replace equipment, hiring venues for competitions, supplementing training and helping with fees for the championships.