CAMPS & CLINICS
Date: October 19-21, 2018 (subject to change)
Area VII YRAP Summer Camp
June 26-June 30, 2018 ~ Caber Farm, Onalaska, Wa
Our camp theme this year is LAYING THE FOUNDATION OF EVENTING
Selections for 2018 Area VII NAJYC 1* and CICOY 2* and Team Challenge will also be held at this time.
To register send the following:
- Camp Registration Form
- Payment - made payable to Area VII Young Riders
- USEA Educational Activity Participant Release Form
- USEA Emergency Medical Release Form
- USEA Stabling Form
- Parent Form
- Caber Farms Release
- A copy of the horse's current health certificates and/or coggins and/or proof of immunizations (please note health certificates are valid 30 days, coggins and vaccinations are valid for 12 months).
Registrations should be mailed to:
Area VII Young Riders
c/o Tammy Milling-Dumler
39005 232nd Ave SE
Enumclaw, WA 98022
Deadline to Register is 6-8-18
Mounted Instruction: Area Coach John Camlin, NAYC Area Selectors Anna Collier, Sarah Lorenz, Jordan Lindstedt and Debbie Rosen.
Unmounted instruction: Team Competition (Team Challenge and NAYC). Planning and Preparation, horse management and care (conditioning schedules, horse fitness and rider fitness, equine nutrition, leg care etc).
- Camp check in will be Tuesday June 26th (2p-7p). Check out will be Saturday afternoon after Ride A Test and Derby Run.
- Camp registration price:
- Area VII YR Member with 10 volunteer hours completed at YRBHT 2018: $450
- Non-Member or Member with less than 10 volunteer hours able to be completed at YRBHT 2018: $550
(we request a second check for $100 which will be destroyed after the YR Benefit HT if the YR volunteers for 10 or more hours).
- Cost includes all mounted instruction for 3-4 days (show jumping and cross country group lessons and dressage will be semi-private)
- Stabling for one horse
- Grounds fees, unmounted activities, t-shirt and awards.
- Meals starting with dinner on Tuesday through lunch on Saturday and snacks (unfortunately, no special diets)
- Must have your own horse and riding experience is required.
- Levels taught will be Beginner Novice thru Intermediate.
For safety reasons we require that campers not leave Caber Farm once they have checked in. The only exception is leaving with their parent or designated adult chaperone to stay at a hotel. USEA insurance rules do not cover use of dirt bikes or otherwise motorized vehicles. If you use, you must provide personal insurance (bring copy so we have on record) and only drivers with a valid drivers license are allowed to drive. Common sense rules will also apply (no more than 2 riders on a vehicle at one time etc). This is both for their safety and for Caber Farm and USEA insurance rules.
Parents are responsible for night arrangements. Tents, RV, campers or trailers are allowed. Unfortunately, Caber Farms does not have RV hookups so generators will be allowed if staying on grounds. If enough interest, we may be able to rent large generators which would be available to rent a hookup with. Parents, please be aware that other parents will be on grounds at night in case of emergency, however, they will be sleeping in their own campers. If your child is not self-sufficient please plan to attend camp with them.
This is a volunteer run camp. Our goal is to provide a fun, safe and informative time for the riders. They will be expected to follow rules for their own safety and to be respectful of Caber Farm and the parents that are volunteering. Campers are not allowed to leave camp without their parents. All meals are included in the camp price. Parent volunteers are needed!!! This camp can not happen with out the help of the parents. We would like 1 parent for every 6 campers. The safety of the riders is of utmost importance and therefore the rider to volunteer ratio is critical. Please let me know ASAP if you are willing to volunteer. The parents who volunteered last year found it very rewarding and a wonderful opportunity to meet the area Young Riders and spend time with their own child. Most have volunteered again this year.
Closing date is June 8, 2018. Space is limited so please register as early as possible to ensure your space. Upon receipt of your registration, you will receive an email confirmation.
Please note that we will be requiring a stall deposit check of $50 per horse. This will pay for the stripping of the stalls and cleaning of the individual camp area if you do not do it. Please write a separate check for this. This check will be destroyed after an inspection of your camp site and stalls.
Lodging for the camp is either dry camping with your own generator or offsite at local hotel.
The Young Rider policy for cancellation prior to the closing date is to refund money, minus a $50 cancellation fee. After the closing date a refund will only be given if the slot can be filled from a waiting list and at the YR Coordinator discretion. The forfeited amount, at the discretion of the YR coordinator, may be applied to the Young Riders fund raising.
There is a non-Young Rider fee of $35. Please be sure you have renewed your membership this year at the proper level.
Upon receipt of your registration you will receive a confirmation email from Tammy Milling-Dumler. If you do not receive one, please contact Karla Nichwander 770-314-7876 firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope we will see you at camp this year!
If you have any questions please contact us.
Karla Nichwander 770-314-7876 email@example.com
Tammy Milling-Dumler 253-249-1839 firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Carrion 360-703-4828 email@example.com
Date: TBD, 2019