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JUNE 2015 NEWSLETTER
JUNE
2015
NEWSLETTER

NEXT MEETING:

Thursday 2nd

JULY 2015

7-30pm Star Hotel, Bright All members and interested people welcome - come along for a drink or meal and the meeting.

PLEASE KEEP A LOOK OUT FOR CONFIRMED DATES CLOSER TO THE TIME - DATE MAY CHANGES PENDING AVAILABILITY OF COM MEMBERS

Please forward any agenda items to Joy or Lou:

joy.paola@bigpond.com

louisecocker@hotmail.com

CLUB CALENDAR:

Our rallies are mostly run on the 4th Sunday of the month; sometimes we change, so please keep an eye on our face book page or the web site. All input is welcome.

June 28

Le Trec comp

July 28

Andrew Sims Lessons

September

Trail ride / overnight camp

REGIONAL EVENTS:

Heaps of events happening now over winter months; HRCAV things can be

found at www.hrcav.com.au -

let us know if you have other organised events coming up.

Arena Access

You must be a member to use the arenas at Pioneer Park - go to - alpineadultridingclub.weebly. com to download forms - people using the arenas who are not or no-longer financial members are breeching agreement terms our club has with Alpine SC. Past members are asked to please return their arena keys asap as others are waiting for keys.

** WORKING BEE - thank you **

HUGE thank- you to all members from both Alpine ARC and Bright PC who made time to come along to the working bee - great to see both clubs working together on the shed and arenas.

Junior Membership: the process is now being undertaken to change our constitution. Joy will take expressions of interest for junior members who need to be accompanied by a parent club member at rallies and comps - the procedure can take a while - so more details will become available as soon as possible.

Andrew Sims Lessons Sunday 28th July

Andrew Sims will be hosting a day of individual lessons and a demonstration - the day is already booked - he may offer the saturday if there is sufficetnt numbers - register your interested with Jennie G:

jennie.gilliver@gmail.com

For more info go to: www.andrewsimmshorsemanship.com

SEPTEMBER RALLY

Will be a ride from Snowy Creek to Harrietville. Camp over night, returning the next day.

** Welcome to new member Katie Murray** Expressions of interest for July / September

We have Le Trec for June rally and Andres sims for July rally - if you would like to organise another activity

such as a trail ride - instruction or? touch.

News from Members

Many members have been out and about enjoying their riding and competitions - please share your news and pics with us on Facebook! we like to support and encourage all our members’ horsey endeavours!

Harrowing roster

If you cant make your allotted time - please let joy know or arrange a swap with someone else.

please get in

June

Sabine & Jennie

July

Wal & Ali

August

Deb & Leisha

September

Libby & Leonie

LE TREC - SUN 28 JUNE

AARC first Le Trec comp - the PROGRAM and ENTRY FORM is ATTACHED on pg 2&3. GET YOUR ENTRIES IN NOW

this event is open to current PCAV members, HRCAV and NON HRCAV

We will also need help to run the competition. Jennie G will draw up a roster of jobs and email them around asap. We also need prizes for the day if anyone would like o donate items for prizes - let Jennie G. Remember that ‘your’ club is running this day to raise some funds for facilities for everyone. We are hoping for lots of participation on the day. It will be a lot of fun. If you don’t have a partner for the Nav Ride. don’t let that stop you. Let Jennie G know and she will partner you up with another lovely person.

Alpine Shire Federal Grant

You may have heard that the Alpine Shire have

obtained a Federal Grant of approx $1.75 million, and they are also putting in funds to bring the total up to roughly 3.8 million. The committee are working behind the scenes to try and win some of that funding to be spent on upgrading facilities for AARC and Bright Pony Club with the aim of covering part of the large

arena and also a shed. Can you imagine that!!!

are thinking that with a new kitchen the current club rooms are workable. If we don’t try we won’t get anything so we are trying for a lot! What you can do? Talk about our club to as many people as you can. Raise our profile. Keep our grounds looking as good as we can. Please pick up your horse poo and put it under a tree. This applies to the yards and the grass area as well. Every now and then take a rake down and rake up some leaves. The world is your oyster.

We

Holding comps is one way our club raises funds although we understand not everyone is interested in competing; so we would love to hear from you if you have any other suggestions - social events, demonstrations, educational or any other horse related activities you would like to share or bring to the table - please let us know!

like to share or bring to the table - please let us know! Alpine Adult Riding

Alpine Adult Riding Club alpineadultridingclub.weebly.com President Joy - 5755 1060 Please share your news with us on face book or email alpineadultridingclub@hotmail.com

Presents an unofficial HRCAV event in the beautiful Alpine Valleys Le Trec - Sunday 28

Presents an unofficial HRCAV event in the beautiful Alpine Valleys

Le Trec - Sunday 28 June 2015

**Prizes are awarded for each phase & overall placegetters**

PHASE 1 – POR

(Parcours d’Orientation et de Régularité)

Following a clearly marked map ride a course of approx 14km to optimum time with speeds set at no more then 10kph. Ride through scenic bush at the base of the Victorian Alps above the beautiful township of Bright and along quiet roads.

PHASE 2 – OBSTACLE COURSE

Complete a course of approx. 16 fun obstacles that are similar to ones that might be found while trail riding. Eg: Jumping logs, side passing, gates, water and ditches. Riders can elect not to attempt obstacles and can’t be eliminated. They just would not receive points for that obstacle. This will be held in a large sand arena.

PHASE 3 – CONTROL OF GAIT

Complete a fast walk and then a slow canter over a flat straight grassed 150 metre course. The faster the walk and the slower the canter, the more points. Object is to not break gait.

VENUE

Pioneer Park Recreation Reserve, off Coronation Avenue, Bright. (RACV) Vic Roads Map ref 327 Q4)

ENTRY FEES

$37 per rider pre paid // $42 on the day $30 additional DAY MEMBERSHIP for NON HRCAV members. Further info. Rules, guidelines, times etc. once entered.

ENTRIES CLOSE

19th June 2015 Entries must be on an official HRCAV standard individual entry form:

http://www.hrcav.com.au

SEND TO

Event Secretary PO Box 44, BRIGHT. Vic. 3741

PAYMENTS

Alpine Adult Riding Club BSB 063645 account 10023381

ENQUIRIES

Zinna 0438271182 Email zinna.s@gmail.com

SCRATCHINGS

Zinna 0438271182

CAMPING

$10. (Hot showers available)

YARDS

$10

($10 per horse, please book in advance) Yards to be cleaned out after use.

Le Trec Bright will be run according to HRCAV rules which can be found at http://www.hrcav.com.au Canteen available all day. Dogs are welcome must be on a lead at all times.

(Entry fee includes access charge into surrounding pine plantation area for the duration of the event only)

pine plantation area for the duration of the event only) Alpine Adult Riding Club alpineadultridingclub.weebly.com

Alpine Adult Riding Club alpineadultridingclub.weebly.com President Joy - 5755 1060 Please share your news with us on face book or email alpineadultridingclub@hotmail.com

EVENT RULES

APPENDIX 6 Rev. MAR 12

HORSE RIDING CLUBS ASSOCIATION of VICTORIA INC.

STANDARD ENTRY FORM For all Official HRCAV Events

NOTE: One Horse only per entry form

EVENT: RIDER NAME: AGE (If under 18 years) CLUB NAME: MEMBERSHIP CARD #: ADDRESS: EMAIL
EVENT:
RIDER NAME:
AGE (If under 18 years)
CLUB NAME:
MEMBERSHIP CARD #:
ADDRESS:
EMAIL ADDRESS:
PHONE:
HORSE’S COMPETITION NAME:
Level entering
Dressage level (required for Dressage, CT & HT entries)
I am ineligible to compete under the following judge as it would
JUDGE’S NAME:
be in breach of either Dressage Rule 4.9 or Showing Rule 4.4:
Nature of exemption:
I have been granted an HRCAV rule exemption.
Copy of exemption certificate attached.
YARD (if available)
STRAW (if available)
STABLE (if avail)
CAMPING (if avail)
DINNER/FUNCTION
Circle:
Circle:
Circle:
Circle:
Circle:
ENTRY INFORMATION:
SECTION/CLASS:
COMPETITION:
FEES
$
$
$
$
Stable, Straw, Yard, Camping
$
Dinner/Function
$
Medical levy – if requested for jumping disciplines or TTT events
$
Facility fee (if applicable)
$
TOTAL FEES
$

TRACING DETAILS & DESCRIPTION OF HORSE

 

Description

HEIGHT

COLOUR

BRANDS

SEX

Address & PIC no. of property horse will originate from

 

Address & PIC no. of property horse will return to

 

VOLUNTEER HELPER INFORMATION (if applicable)

 

NAME:

PHONE:

EMAIL:

ADDRESS:

EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION

 

NAME:

RELATIONSHIP:

PHONE:

I understand and agree to abide the Rules and Regulations of the Horse Riding Clubs Association of Victoria Inc. and the Conditions of Entry as stated on the Official Program. I understand that due to diseases such as equine influenza, government bodies may restrict or prevent the movement of horses, vehicles and personnel for a period of time (‘standstill’). I acknowledge and agree that a standstill is a risk of participation in the event/activity and agree that I will pay any costs or expenses incurred by the organising committee for or on behalf of my horses as a result of a standstill.

Signature of Rider:

(or Parent/Guardian if rider under 18years)

Date:

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