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Showjumping in Style
Classes
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Event Class
Class Info
Entry Price (Booking Fee)
Max Entries
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1 0cm-45cm section 1
This section will be suitable for those at beginner level.  Fences can start as poles on the ground so riders are able to focus on straightness, balance and rhythm. 
£20.00 Expand or collapse this item
5
This section will be suitable for those at beginner level.  Fences can start as poles on the ground so riders are able to focus on straightness, balance and rhythm. 
2 45cm-60cm
Starting at approx 45cm the course can be increased to 60cm according to the requests of each rider.
£20.00 Expand or collapse this item
5
Starting at approx 45cm the course can be increased to 60cm according to the requests of each rider.
3 60cm-75cm
Starting at approx 60cm the course can be increased to 75cm according to the requests of each rider.
£20.00 Expand or collapse this item
5
Starting at approx 60cm the course can be increased to 75cm according to the requests of each rider.
4 75cm-90cm
Starting at approx 75cm the course can be increased to 90cm according to the requests of each rider.
£20.00 Expand or collapse this item
5
Starting at approx 75cm the course can be increased to 90cm according to the requests of each rider.
Details
Showjumping in Style
Showjumping, Other
Unaffiliated
Sun 29 May 2016
Sun 29 May 2016
07854 276186
Online Entry
Tue 15 Mar 2016
Sat 28 May 2016
Showjumping in Style in a new format of Showjumping.

Riders are put into groups of 4 (1 hour session) or 5 (1hour 15min session)

Sessions start on foot with an assisted course walk. UKCC Coach Polly Aitken is there to help riders make a plan of how to tackle the course and to help with any queries that each rider may have. 

Next the riders warm up together and Polly is on hand to help them suitably prepare as if at a competition.  Following this each rider will take it in turns to complete the course, they will be marked for each section (like in dressage). A quick debrief will take place before riders are able to complete the course again to see if they have made improvements. 

Score sheets will be available for riders to take home and specific homework exercises will be given to each rider to help them focus on an area of weakness.