RoR Championships 2017
From Tuesday 22nd of August to Sunday 27th August
Welcome to The RoR National Championships 2017 at Aintree International Equestrian Centre
Date: Tuesday, 22 August, 2017 to Sunday, 27 August, 2017
Start time: 07:00
Closing date: Tuesday, 01 August, 2017, 23:55
Short event summary
|1||22 August||DRESSAGE||Intro and Preliminary Classes|
|2||23 August||DRESSAGE||Preliminary and Novice Classes|
|3||24 August||DRESSAGE||Novice to Freestlyle Music|
|6||27 August||CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS|
Michaela Bowling Working Hunter Clinic
A fantastic opportunity to join a Working Hunter clinic with one of the areas best known Working Hunter riders. A great way to build confidence and prepare for our Working Hunter Show on Sunday 6th June.
The sessions will run at 3 heights as follows:
4pm – 5pm will be 60/70cm
5pm – 6pm will be 70/80cm
6pm – 7pm will be 80/90cm
There will be a maximum of 4 riders in each sessions. (More sessions can be scheduled so if your session is full please add yourself to the wait list or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Also if you would like to make up a group of 4 yourselves again please get in touch via email and we will try and arrange a session for your own group.
To secure a slot on one of the above sessions please enter online and pay a £10 deposit, the remaining £20 is to be paid to Michaela on the day.
A LITTLE ABOUT MICHAELA………………
Michaela has competed in working hunter pony classes from the age of 12. She started out at local riding clubs and has gone on to greatr success in qualifying a nd producing ponies and horses for the Royal Internationsl Horse Show and the Horse of the Year Show with her career spanning over 20 years.
She regularly competes at British Showjumping and she is the current holder of the Aintree Leaping Ladies Side Saddle Jumping record at an amazing 1.90m (that’s 6ft 3ins!!!!).
COVID 19 INFORMATION – PLEASE READ IN FULL BEFORE BOOKING
This situation is fluid and can change at any time – our website will show the most up to date and accurate guidance.
Aintree International Equestrian Centre has a duty of care to our staff and customers. Please respect our rules and take them seriously or you will be asked to leave.
Clients must NOT attend Aintree if they:
- Have been instructed to self-isolate by NHS111 or NHS Track & Trace
- Are in a household that is self-isolating
- Have shown any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days:
- A new continuous cough
- An elevated temperature/fever above 37.8c
- A loss of smell or taste
- Have come into contact with anyone with a confirmed case of Covid-19 without wearing appropriate medical-grade PPE
RULES FOR CLINICS
- You must respect social distancing at all times
- There is ample parking. Please use all space available and park away from other vehicles.
- There will be hand sanitizing at the gate into the arena which must be used when entering and exiting the arena. Please also bring a personal supply of hand sanitizer to use throughout your visit.
- One rider and one assistant per horse, please adhere to government guidelines – must all be from same household or can be 2 individuals from separate households but social distancing must be respected.
- Spectators are not permitted.
- Children under the age of 10 are not permitted unless they are riding themselves.
- Clients must arrive and leave promptly – never wait around to chat/watch/socialise
- Please ensure you arrive with plenty of time to make a prompt start in the arena.
- There will be a 15 minutes permitted before your clinic start time to warm up, in the warm up arena. Jumping will not be permitted in the warm up.
- Do not run over your time slot.
- All poo to be picked up in arena and car park (gloves to be worn when handling the equipment)
- Show jumping course must be left ready for next hire – poles on cups, fences left at 80cms approx, and please do not change the positioning of the “track” – please ensure you wear gloves when handling any equipment and fences and sanitise hands regularly throughout.
- Concrete area around the arena is only accessed to use the Toilet facilities, not for viewing.
- Toilets will be available for use if required but we ask, wherever possible, you use your own facilities on your horsebox, if you have them. If you have used the toilet, please ensure you inform a member of the Aintree team that the toilet has been used so that it can be cleaned. Only the disabled toilet will be open to use.
- All use of facilities is at your own risk.
- Please report any breakages.
- Anyone taking payment in return for instructing, offering advice or help (instructors) MUST have valid insurance.
- Clients are responsible for ensuring they exercise their horses within their capabilities and fitness levels for them and their horse
EQUINE INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS: Primary vaccinations with 12 month boosters.
Always carry your horse’s passport. You will be asked to provide vaccination details at time of booking.
These measures have been put in place for the benefit and safety of everyone – please take them seriously as non-compliance will force us to ask you to leave
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