Taking your horse away to camp is a fun way to meet up with like minded riders and combine quality coaching into a few days which you can work on yourself and horse.

Booking is now open online for 24th & 25th April 2018

2 day training camp at British Eventing coach Caroline Jeanne’s private yard

Tuesday 25th and Wednesday 26th April

Tuesday
30 minute individual dressage lesson
&
60 minute group show jumping lesson on grass

Wednesday
60 minute polework /gymnastic group jumping lesson
&
60 minute simulated XC

All groups will be based on ability

Both days without stabling is £150

Single day £75

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Includes;

  • Groups of no more than 4
  • Riding arena, Show Jumping course
  • Toilets
  • Lorry parking
  • Coaching from Caroline Jeanne, BE Accredited coach – UKCC Level 3
  • (Please enquire directly if you are interested in stabling)

It would be very useful, if you have an appropriate device, to ask someone from a different group to film your ridden sessions as so much can be learnt from watching it back.

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Potential September 3 day camp;

Day 1

Arrive before 12pm in time for lunch where we can all introduce ourselves. The first session will be polework/gridwork.  The first group will ride at 2pm for an hour and the other groups will follow on with the last session finishing at 5pm. Dinner at approx 7pm.

Day 2

Breakfast together usually from 7.30am. The morning session will be dressage test practice (please learn a test of your choice and be warmed up ready to perform your test at your given time followed by work on areas that need it) with lunch from 12.30pm. Riding starts again at 2pm and will be show jumping a course, first group will ride at 2pm and the other groups will follow on finishing at 5/6pm. Dinner will be in the club house.

Day 3

Breakfast together usually from 7.30am. First group starts at riding at 9am which will be Cross Country so the session will be for an hour and half, the other groups to follow on as before. Camp finishes after your Cross Country session although a sandwich lunch will be provided.

It would be very useful, if you have an appropriate device, to ask someone from a different group to film your ridden sessions as so much can be learnt from watching it back.

The  £266 cost usually includes;

  • Use of all facilities
  • Groups of no more than 4
  • Riding arenas, Show Jumps, Cross Country course
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Club house with soft drinks, meals
  • Lorry parking
  • Stabling for 2 nights (including bedding)
  • Coaching from Caroline Jeanne, BE Accredited coach – UKCC Level 3

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