Fri, Apr 12 | Brandy House Farm

Brandy House TREC Holiday

Obstacle (PTV) & Control of Paces (MA) training with Helen Wain, Ride with Your Mind and International GB TREC Team coach. Map Reading & POR Training with Julia McHugh. Luxury accommodation, shared farmhouse rooms or camping, full welsh breakfast, 2 course evening meal, stable with hay and grazing.
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Brandy House TREC Holiday

Times and Location

Apr 12, 2019, 1:00 PM – Apr 14, 2019, 4:00 PM
Brandy House Farm, Felindre, Knighton LD7 1YL, UK

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Ridden PTV & MA training with Helen Wain (Ride with Your Mind coach and International GB TREC Team Coach)

POR training & exercises, with a selection of routes to try out your map reading . Training will be in the large bark arena

There will be unmounted Map & POR training with Julia McHugh and a selection of POR routes to practice your orienteering skills.

Luxury accommodation in shared farmhouse rooms, full Welsh breakfast, 2 course evening meal, stable with hay and grazing. We will also be taking full advantage of the Beacon Hill Crown Estate; Approx 6000 acres of Outstanding Natural Beauty. But of more interest to us are the many bridle paths and Open Access areas offering plenty of opportunity to challenge and test your map reading skills.

3 days/2 nights with option to extend before and/or after. Email for more details

Shared Twin Room £399 (Members £360)

Camping £ 299 (Members £270)

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Tack and dress informal but safe. Riders must wear hats of PAS015 or EN1384 or superior standard. All hats must have a properly fitted and fastened chinstrap which must be worn at all times when mounted. Body protectors are recommended. Neither the organisers nor the landowners can accept responsibility for any accident, loss, damage, injury or illness to any horse, other animal, rider, spectator or any other person or property. Attendees must have public liability insurance. The organisers reserve the right to cancel or refuse any entry.

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