RFRC Show Jumping Training with Paul Gaff (Going Ahead)


Show Date
Sun, Nov 15, 2020
Closing Date
Sun, Nov 8, 2020
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Starting Times:

 Timings to be sent out via text nearer to the date.


Class 1
Training Clinic - Group Lesson    
Entry Fee:
£30.00
Member Fee:
£27.00

Show Secretary: Rockingham Forest Riding Club
Red Piece, Station Road, Brigstock, Northamptonshire, NN14 1DZ
Tel: 07854323626, Mobile: 07867366934, Email: rfrc@hotmail.co.uk


Location
Uk Location, UK

Show Information

Show Jumping Training with Paul Gaff @ Manor House Equestrian, Manor Lane, Lillingstone Lovell, Buckingham, MK18 5BQ

Paul started off his equestrian career in eventing world, where he jumped internationally up to 4* level. In that time he was also the in house event rider at Talland school of equitation for 2 years, where he trained up to GP level Dressage. 

For the past 3 years Paul’s been successfully showjumping at GP level. He could be often spotted winning at UK shows as well as internationally.

Paul is a BHS accredited coach and UkCC3 BE accredited coach, working with his students mostly at home, in idyllic location close to Silverstone, as well as hosting clinics all over the country.

 

 

Please state height you are comfortable jumping as well as if you are travelling with anyone in the notes section upon entry.

 

Groups of 3/4 of similar ability.

Members - £27

Non-members - £30 

Payment Details & Event Fees

You can enter using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Rockingham Forest Riding Club.
You will receive an email confirmation of your class entry and payment.

Withdrawals/Refunds

Refunds will be issued if your space can be filled. 

Terms & Conditions

Protective Headgear ‘Protective Headwear’ must be worn at all times by anyone, whether or not a Competitor, riding anywhere at a BRC event. Harnesses must be correctly adjusted and fastened. At all BRC Championships and qualifiers ‘Protective Headwear’ must show a visible BRC ‘hat tag’. ‘Protective Headwear’ constitutes a hat which meets one of the following standards. Failure to do so will incur elimination. British PAS 015:1998 or 2011 European VG1 01.040:2014-12 American All SEI, ASTM F1163:2004a, 04a or SNELL E2001 Australian & New Zealand All SAI AS/NZS 3838 2006 Hard hats must carry the quality assurance stamp of Kitemark, SEI or Inspec IC Mark. It is emphasised that hats bearing a quality assurance stamp are batch tested and therefore of a constant standard. Skullcap hats must be worn with an appropriate colour silk for that discipline (see Appendix 4). Competitors are strongly advised to check their hats regularly and to replace them if damaged or following a fall. Important info for the XC phase: Only a “Jockey Skull” of an even round or elliptical shape with a smooth or slightly abrasive surface, having no peak or peak type extensions may be worn for any XC phase. Noticeable protuberances above the eyes or to the front, not greater than 5mm, smooth and rounded in nature are permitted. It must also comply with the ‘Protective Headgear’ criteria above. The use of head cams is strictly prohibited on any part of the rider or horse. Body Protectors A body protector is obligatory in all cross-country competitions and is strongly recommended in show jumping competitions. A BETA Level 3 (purple label) which has been manufactured in the year 2000 or after must be worn. Body protectors should be fitted and worn as per the manufacturer’s instructions. The up to date BETA list of body protectors can be obtained from www.beta-uk.org. If a rider chooses to wear an airbag style body protector it must be worn over a permitted body protector and if activated, must be deflated or removed before continuing. Hybrid Air-jackets are permitted. Riders wearing Exo Body Cage protectors must inform the secretary at all events. Medical armbands Medical armbands are mandatory for any type of cross-country competition. These must be worn on the arm and not on the leg. They should be filled in with the relevant competitor’s details. Spot checks will be carried out in the collecting ring. Tack and Dress Rules Please make sure you adhere to tack and dress rules found in the current version of the BRC rules. The full 2017 version is available to download online. You do not need to be a member of a British Riding Club to enter this competition but it is strongly recommended that if you are not you carry some form of 3rd Party Public Liability Insurance.

 

 

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