Shadymoor TREC Training Camp
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How would you like to spend a whole weekend in a calm & confident environment with your horse?
Farmhouse accommodation , stable (inc hay & straw) & grazing, full board inc wine with eve meal, all training sessions.
Upper Shadymoor Farm is in an area of outstanding natural beauty with direct access to miles of bridleways on the Long Mynd and surrounding areas, and situated near the A49 and within easy reach of the motorway network.
You will be provided with a full information pack before camp but here are some brief details to give you an idea of camp life, and the training available. You can choose between a room in the farmhouse or Camping. Full English Breakfast and Evening meals will be provided consisting of a hot main course and pudding (vegetarian options available).
Price includes grazing (subject to ground conditions) & stable, which includes straw bed & hay.
Training for this camp is focused on the POR (orienteering phase of TREC) and will cater for newcomers up to L3. You can take full advantage of the direct access onto local bridleways. There are 3 pubs within riding distance and for the adventurous you could do all 3 in one day.
For newcomers there is an option to book escorted POR, so you can take the learning from the un- ridden session into a practical environment, with the security of your trainer to ensure you do not get lost
There will be un-ridden sessions too (map reading and using a compass, grid references, navigate using bearings, how to calculate your speed)
training will be tailored to attendees experience
Camp option £299
Luxury Accommodation (shared twin room) £ 350
Luxury double en suite room for single occupation £ 375
Tack and dress informal but safe. Riders must wear hats of PAS015 or EN1384 or of superior standard. All hats must have a properly fitted, and be fastened, with a chinstrap and 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.