Every time we have a residential camp at Stockland Lovell, we have an amazing time all together. The teamwork and inclusion for all is wonderful and it brings members together to play ponies and have some true escapism with our ponies. Sessions are tailored using our own instructors, Sue Edwards, Peter Morris, Millie Tonks, Rebecca Holloway and Tania Boehmer. Sessions both on the horse and off, incorporating dressage, XC, SJ and Natural Horsemanship and we even had a photo shoot using a black backdrop from Fiona Crawford who was also there taking shots of all the action. We also had the best fun with the ladies from ‘All Steps Formation Riding’ which we could ALL get involved with and went down a storm. We tend to self cater with everyone mucking in which makes it fun and a bit cheaper than if we used SLs caterers.
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Kentisbeare Riding Club Camp Stockland Lovell - Currently forKRC members only. Don’t miss out - it‘s great fun so if you’re not a member - join now and join us at camp!
June 20th to 23rd 2022
To enquire about camp, please contact - Jo Treweek (email email@example.com or mail Chancery Cottage, Kentisbeare, Cullompton, Devon, EX152DS). A non-refundable deposit of £100 is due by 1st April and the balance of £350 is due by 20th May 2022. Payments should be made via our online booking system Via My Riding Life.
The camp will give you a great opportunity to share quality time with your horse, try out some new skills and enjoy some high-quality training. Nobody will put you under any pressure to do anything you don’t want, and we will try to respond to any special requests as best we can. The main goal is for you and your horse to have fun.
Jo Treweek (07952 077638 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Stockland Lovell Manor, Coultings
E: email@example.com www.stocklandlovell.com
DATES and TIMING
Arrive from 12pm on 20th and leave on the afternoon of Thursday 23rd June.
The cost per person is £450, which covers:
• up to 6 training sessions
• all food and accommodation for you
• stabling, bedding and haylage for your horse.
Club kit will be available at an extra cost. There is a tack shop on site if you forget anything!
ACTIVITIES and TEACHING SESSIONS
There will be one training session on Monday, two on Tuesday and Wednesday and one on Thursday. You can choose between Flatwork, Jumping, XC jumping (dependant on the weather), natural horsemanship/ ground skills and solo/ group hacks. Sessions will be taught by our club trainers Sue Edwards and Peter Morris and some guest trainers including Millie Tonks and Rebecca Holloway. Nicole Windley will run some yoga sessions so be ready! Let us know any other special requests and we will see what we can do! Apart from formal sessions, there is great hacking on well- defined routes including off-road. We will have the wonderful photographer Fiona Crawford with us on the Wednesday.
FOOD and CATERING
All meals, tea and coffee will be provided by Stockland Lovell’s caterers. Bring any ‘extra’ drink and snacks.
ACCOMMODATION FOR YOU
Accommodation is in well-appointed Nordic Style Wood Cabins & Converted Barns with toilets and shower blocks.
We will do our best for people who want to share with friends or prefer to sleep alone but we can’t guarantee...
• Horses are stabled on wood chip/shavings with a bed provided and extra bedding available at cost. There is some opportunity to graze horses “in hand” for a break from the stable
• Hay/ Haylage is provided
• You will be allocated a stable, but please tell us if you have any special requirements, such as
being stabled near or far from a particular horse!
• There is secure storage for tack.
• Please bring wheelbarrows and mucking out equipment or arrange to share.
• Please leave your stable as you found it.
WHAT TO BRING
For your horse:
Passport and evidence that your horse has had an up to date flu vaccination. We have to be strict on this because it is a Stockland Lovell requirement.
• Water buckets
• Feed Buckets
• Enough hard feed
• Grooming kit, including for washing down
• Any rugs
• Mucking out equipment
• Your usual tack for flatwork and jumping
• Spares, especially saddle cloths/ numnahs and girths and ideally stirrup leathers and reins.
• Bedding and towel
• A riding hat of the current standard
• Body protector to use when jumping
• Medical Armband if you are using the Cross Country Course
• Wet weather gear
• Plenty of warm spare clothes
• Change of clothes for the evening
Treats for you and your horse!
June 21st to 24th 2021
We attended our first KRC camp at Stockland Lovell and what an experience it was. Everybody had a fab time, learnt more, made new friends and came away smiling.
It was a big undertaking to organise but Jo Treweek the club chairman rose to the challenge and pulled it off. Using our very own trainers Sue Edwards and Peter Morris, alongside Millie Tonks and Rebecca Holloway, there really was something for everyone. Nicole Windley did a couple of relaxation and stretching yoga sessions which were a welcome bit of 'me time' after lessons and Rebecca offered some super groundwork sessions demonstrating Natural Horsemanship.
The facilities at Stockland Lovell are second to none and with arenas, a XCountry course and some wonderful off road riding, we really had it all at our fingertips.