Dressage For Everyone

 

 

 

 

Come and have a go at dressage.

 

next dates

 

2nd November

16th November

30th November

14th December

 

Dress code casual (coloured jods will be fine) but NO hoodies

 

Training sessions with Julie Wright at The Pegasus Centre for members who would like to learn more about dressage and hopefully team competition in 2021

 

Sessions will run twice a month and will be in small groups and will involve step by step training to learn your test and training on how to ride a good test as well as improve your general flatwork 

 

Sessions will be on a Monday evening, starting at 5pm  

 

Places are limited and will be filled on a first come basis

 

To book a place please email Michelle (info@morpethhuntpc.co.uk)

 

Cost 12 per session

 

 

The tests are as follows for dressage -

 

Grassroots  

Area & Championship test - Grassroots Dressage Test 2018

 

Novice and Open Novice

Area test - Novice Dressage Test 2020

Championship test - Novice Dressage ChampionshipTest 2017

 

Intermediate

Area test - Intermediate Dressage Test 2013

Championship test - Intermediate Championship Test 2014

 

Open

Area test - Open Dressage Test 2020

Championship test - Open Dressage Championship Test 2018

 

Please make sure you're ready to ride at your allocated time as it won't be possible to slot you into another group.

 

We have taken all reasonable precautions to ensure the Health and Safety of everyone. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring and must obey the instructions of the organisers, officials and coaches.

 

Covid 19 Regulations

 

1.      You will ensure before attending that you are not displaying any COVID symptoms requiring self-isolation i.e. high temperature or a new persistent cough; or living with anyone who is displaying any symptoms

2.      You will not attend if you have been told to isolate

3.      If symptoms are evident, for you or anyone in the household following the rally, you will contact the organiser to let them know and you will stay at home in line with government guidelines

4.      You will thoroughly wash or sanitise your hands on arrival

5.      You will follow standard social distancing at all times possible i.e. remain at least 1m distance from others

6.      If you fall ill, or display any of the symptoms during the rally, you will advise the organiser then return home immediately, avoiding touching anything where possible and follow advice on self-isolation