Mid North Coast Working Equitation Training Day

Taree Showground

Mid North Coast Working Equitation Club
22/08/2020
22/08/2020
06/08/2020
Closed
9.30

Training Day – 22nd August

 

If you entered the Francisco Campaeo clinic and also wish to ride in the training day activities please say 'Yes' to the question and you will receive a $10 discount so that you are not paying the showground levy twice.

Training day participants are welcome to watch riders who are riding in the clinic. There will be no spectator fee. You MUST observe social distancing and sit at least 1.5m apart in the stand. Please stay 10m from the arena.

Let's practise our Working Equitation skills. We look forward to our competition on the last weekend in October.

Special activity to be confirmed.

Riders will rotate between activities. In these sessions we help each other out and provide feedback if wanted. Riders know their horses and their abilities. It is your responsibility to decide if you wish to accept feedback and whether it is safe or appropriate to act on it. 

It is up to you whether you want to jump or just do the pole work.

Please stay with your allocated group. Looking forward to having a fun day with our horses.

Set-up: Due to COVID restriction riders will not be asked to set-up or pack away.

There will be some restriction on handling obstacles. We will need to perform the action instead.

COVID-19: Please read COVID rules below.  This is compulsory reading and as part of the entry process you will need to sign off that you have read and will comply with requirements. Our COVID Safety Coordinator and First Aid Officer is Leanne Waters. Our COVID sub-committee is Karen Smart, Leanne Waters, Angela Sphilsted and Liane Poulton

 

Taken from EA COVID Guideline – Resuming Equestrian Training and Competition Activities in a COVID-19 Environment

All members are required to take personal responsibility for their own health, safety and wellbeing and the ‘impact on others’ during the resumption of all equestrian training and competition activities.

 

EA’s Recommended Protocols for Equestrian Training and Competition Activities

5.1. Participant (Athlete) Responsibilities

5.1.1. All EA members are required to take personal responsibility for their own health, safety and

wellbeing and the ‘impact on others’ during the resumption of all equestrian training and competition activities.

5.1.2. To comply with all EA, State Branch, OCs, coaches, officials and affiliated clubs COVID-19

requirements to participate in the resumption of equestrian training and competition activities.

5.1.3. To comply with Australian Federal and State judicial and Sport authorities COVID-19

requirements when participating in the resumption of equestrian training and competition activities:

 Practice minimal Australian Government requirements to protect others and stop

COVID-19 spread by: practising good hygiene, physical distancing, following the limits

for public gatherings and understand how to isolate if you need to. Refer to

https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert

and https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/covid19-restriction-checker/sport-and-recreation

5.1.4. If you are or have experienced any of the following, it is your responsibility to declare to OC designated COVID safety officer if:

 your health or wellbeing is compromised and you are experiencing: flu-like symptoms,

sore throat, loss of taste or smell, cough, shortness of breath or high temperature

Refer to Health Direct (Australian Government) Coronavirus (COVID-19) Symptom

Checker for assistance. https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/symptom-checker/tool/basicdetails

 you have been in contact with an unwell person in the past 14 days

 Stay at home and do not attend the equestrian training or competition activity.

5.1.5. If you become unwell following attendance at an equestrian training or competition activity it

is your responsibility to:

 seek medical advice

 contact the event organiser, coach or relevant other and report.

5.1.6. Encourage participants to download the COVID-19 Safe App (supports traceability)

https://www.health.gov.au/resources/apps-and-tools/covidsafe-app

 

 

Insurance Requirements

Gates to be kept shut at all times

Riders to be wearing riding footwear. Handlers must wear appropriate protective shoes.

Equipment must be appropriate for use, in good repair and correctly fitted.

All dogs MUST be on a leash

It is the participants responsibility to maintain the welfare of their horse.

Our club must implement procedures to address the requirements of our insurance policy. If a member of our committee believes that your horse is posing a risk to yourself, others, or property you will need to comply with reasonable direction. This may mean removing your horse or dismounting.

Members of the public are required to park their vehicles away from horse floats.

 

 

Time

Ease of Handling 1

Special activity for month

Dressage

 

Pole work patterns/jump (optional)

Ease of Handling 2

 

Train selected obstacles

To be confirmed

Practise on arenas or observe Francisco Campaeo clinic

Pole work or pole work and jump

Practise your skills on a short course

9.30

Group 1

 

Group 2

 

Group 3

 

 

Group 4

 

Group 5

 

10.00

Group 5

 

Group 1

 

Group 2

 

Group 3

 

Group 4

 

10.30

 

Group 5

 

Group 1

 

Group 2

 

Group 3

 

11.00

Break

12.00

Group 3

 

Group 4

 

Group 5

 

Group 1

 

Group 2

 

12.30

Group 2

 

Group 3

 

Group 4

 

Group 5

 

Group 1

 

#
Class
Status
Notes
Test
Fee
1
Training Day (including showground levy)
Closed
$40.00

Event Notes

N/A

Contact Details

Karen Smart
0422592755
Karen Smart
0422592755
mncwec@gmail.com
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