Fri, Apr 24 | Brandy House Farm

Hack your mind with Tracey Cole

Wouldn't it be great if you could wash away your negative thoughts? The "what if" or the not believing you can do it? Tracey will show you how you can do it, set you up to succeed
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Hack your mind with Tracey Cole

Times and Location

Apr 24, 2020, 12:00 PM
Brandy House Farm, Felindre, Knighton LD7 1YL, UK

More about this event

I'm delighted to share with you 2 nights TREC Camp, suitable for newcomers who want to learn more and have a go at map reading or experienced treccies wanting an end of season "holiday"

Friday - Arrive after 3 pm. Free time to explore the fabulous riding country, a portfolio of routes will be available.

Saturday - PTV & MA Group sessions in large bark arena and play field (subject to weather & ground conditions) Map & POR training in classroom, practice copying routes, measuring distance, calculate speeds,map exercises, also ridden exercises using grids & bearings

Sunday - PTV & MA Group sessions in large bark arena and play field (subject to weather & ground conditions) Map & POR training in classroom, practice copying routes, measuring distance, calculate speeds,map exercises, also ridden exercises using grids & bearings. Free time to explore the fabulous riding country from portfolio of routes before departing

Ridden PTV & MA training will be in small groups (4-6 riders), minimum of 4 hours over the weekend.

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Early Bird Booking

Camping £295

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The cost includes, in addition to training, 4 nights farmhouse accommodation in shared room, stables & grazing, use of the Barn Room with tea/coffee and use of fridge. Full welsh breakfast, 3 course evening meal (Friday & Saturday) in Farmhouse

limited upgrade options

Early Bird Booking

Cottage/farmhouse B&B shared room £345

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We will also be taking full advantage of the Beacon Hill Crown Estate; Approx 6000 acre area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering plenty of opportunity to challenge and test your map reading skills.

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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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