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Rally – July 2020
July 18 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Due to travel restrictions for some of our members and subsequent low numbers, we have made the decision to cancel our July rally.
For our July rally we will have superstar Emma Booth for flatwork, and our favourite Missy Horner for poles/jumping.
Lessons with Emma are $80 for a 45min private, or $50 per combination for a shared lesson.
Poles/jumping with Missy will be approximately $25 per combination (depending on numbers).
Rally duty persons Cathy Jones and Pam Campbell.
Please respond either in the ‘affirmative’ or the ‘negative’, stating your preferred lesson type and any other special request such as preferred riding time.
Please make payment in advance via direct deposit.
Account name: Phillip Island Adult Riding Club
BSB: 633 000
Account number: 14366 5750
Rally Booking Form
Information for each months rally will be available on the Phillip Island Adult Riding Club website & Facebook page at least three weeks prior to each rally.
You can respond via the website or email Rose direct.
It would be appreciated if you could respond either in the ‘affirmative’ or the ‘negative’, stating your preferred lesson type and any other special request such as preferred riding time.
We try to accommodate, but cannot always guarantee your choice/time of lesson.
RALLY RIDING TIMES will be posted on the website the week prior to rally.
RING Jill Grayden 0414874678 if you need further information
Allocated Lesson time IS TIME TO RIDE NOT TIME TO ARRIVE.
Ensure that you are saddled and warmed up and ready to enter your class at your allocated riding time.
LESSONS BOOKED NEED TO BE PAID FOR IF YOU DON’T ATTEND,UNLESS A REPLACEMENT RIDER IS ABLE TO FILL YOUR SPOT.
Menage & tie-up area
Please ensure that you clean up after your horse at the end of each rally. All manure and hay to be picked up and put in ‘poo pile’ please.Any ‘diggings’ to be raked over. If using the ménage other than on rally days please ensure that you ‘look after’ it – If necessary – ‘grooming’ surface with equipment provided and ‘raking’ down the sides of arena where rubber begins to ‘pile up’ along base board.