Welcome to Zone 6 Coaching Clinic
Each rider must select 2 classes.
You have the choice of
A) 2 x flat work classes or
b) 1 x jumping and 1 x flat work classes
(riders are NOT permitted to choose 2 jumping classes sorry)
No sharing lessons/classes with family or friends. Each person who wishes to ride must nominate separately under their own pony club number/log in. If your name is not on our list you will not be riding.
CODE OF CONDUCT FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT AND HANDED TO YOUR CLUB STABLE MANAGER (after you nominate please check emails for the forms please)
You may choose where you place your horse either in a yard or a stable. Horses are not allowed to be tied to floats.
We have plenty of stables but we do only have 16 yards once we reach that number no further yards will be booked.
Each club must nominate a stable manager.
Each person will be charged a refundable $20 stable bond once your stable manager has identified that you have cleaned your stable to an acceptable manner.
For double stable select additional stable or if bring more then 1 horse.
Assisted riders of any age
These riders are riders who are not capable of riding independently. You will be in a separate ring with your instructor she will design a program best suited to the riders needs and ability.
When choosing your classes
Please when nominating ensure that you only nominate your child based on their current ability.
If you child has been placed in a class where the instructor identifies either the rider or the horse is not coping with the class then they will be moved to a more appropriate class.
Camping will be allowed under the two undercover areas, Fergus Scott building, and on the upper grassed area out the back of the equestrian area. The gates will be opened 12:00 on Sunday 27th June. DO NOT arrive earlier than 12! We are not to block and que at the gates.
Unless you are sleeping in your float you will be asked to park it down the lower area out the back of the equestrian area we simply don't have the room to have them in the camping area's
This is a COVID safe event. Please do not attend if you have COVID symptoms or have been in contact with anyone with COVID in the last 14 days. Please social distance and practice COVID safe hygiene procedures. Anyone accessing the grounds will be asked to check in, all attendees should down load the Qld check in app prior to camp for your ease. Please stay informed on current COVID government requirements.
JOBS TO DO
Each club will be allocated a job/s to during this camp. The camp committee are all volunteers also and need everyone's assistance to ensure the camp runs smoothly and we can run one again next year.
Our horse health officers will call a vet if required. Please be aware that the vet costs will be your responsibility even if you do not want the horse health officers to call one. The decision to call a vet from the horse health officers is final and can not be disputed.
Neither the organising committee nor PCAQ accept any liability for any accident, damage, injury, illness to horses, owners, riders, grounds, spectators or any other person or people whatsoever.