Quiz night to celebrate the start of the GRC competition season.
Teams of up to 6 people.
Tickets £5 each – finger buffet will be provided.
Open to everyone – non members welcome.
Kindly Sponsored by Dave Coe Garage Services
Entries on the day
1a) Junior Minimus
1b) Senior Minimus
2) Minimus Pairs
3a) Junior Novice
3b) Senior Novice
4) Intermediate (combined J&S)
5) Open (combined J&S)
Each year in May we have a Members Camp at Stockland Lovell. (www.stocklandlovell.com) with expert trainers Anthony Perkins and Ed hobbs
In 2019 this will run from Sunday 12th May to Thursday 16th May.
Arriving on Sunday after 5pm and leaving Thursday afternoon members can enjoy 8 lessons over the 4 days covering dressage training, show jump training and cross country. Our instructors this year will be Anthony Perkins and Ross Miller. Our members gain so much from this working holiday its a great way to get to know other like-minded members who enjoy learning with their equine partners in crime. We are a really friendly bunch and everyone is welcomed. Accommodation is provided on site in cabins and members also enjoy a social time in the evenings with some wine to help ease though tired muscles!
Gill Boulding is kindly organising it again for us so please send your deposits of £160 to her made payable to GRC ASAP
Address: Gill Boulding, Highcliff, Rhossili, Swansea SA3 1PL or email@example.com
Last Minute Info:
Camp will be shortly upon us and here is some vital information for those members attending this year. If you are still thinking about coming to camp, you need to pay your deposit by the end of March. Cheques or bank transfer are acceptable. No more deposits will be taken after then. Deposits are refundable for “reasonable reasons” – sickness lameness personal crises etc. Please
Time to arrive on Sunday 12th May – no earlier than 4.30 as stables and accommodation will not be available – especially if there is an event happening. On Thursday there will be instruction in the morning and lunch will be available before the journey home.
Vital Equipment to bring:
All your own bedding, pillow and towels
Horse passport and current flu certificate
All equipment required for your horse, including mucking out equipment , forks, shovels etc. (Straw or shavings, ad lib hay and haylage are provided).
There are no wheelbarrows available so please bring your own or share where possible.
Feed, hay nets and all buckets for your horse
Your body protector, medical armband & hat- which needs to conform to new regulations
Alcohol – (if required!)
Payment at the end of camp to Stockland Lovell (approximately £250) can be by credit card or cheque.