Horse Agility Day (Boston ,Lincolnshire)

 24 May
 Clough Farm Green lane Swineshead Boston Lincolnshire PE20 3HN
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 Lou Wilks
We have now taken deposits and are FULLY BOOKED for this day , please comment below WITH A CONTACT NUMBER if you would like to be on a contact list should anyone cancel For a Horse Agility Fun Playday at your yard can you get minimum of 6 max 8 people together for £45 pp 10am - 4pm with a mini competition ( optional) it's a fun day with your friends and a chance to bond & have fun with your horses. We Are Based in North Lincolnshire however Lou will travel anywhere in Lincolnshire & Yorkshire just split the travel cost between the group at 40p a mile from Dn40 3ps . The main Organiser who contacts me to make the bookings and organises deposits will receive £5 discount off their full payment. The day will also include a short introduction to Horse Psychology before the session begins, to set you up for a successful day with your horse Lou Wilks is a H.A.A.T (horse agility accredited trainer) Accredited by The Horse Agility club Great Britain. All horses of any level & age and people of all ages & level of horsemanship welcome, under 12's must be supervised by an adult. What is horse agility?The Competition: At present there are five levels of competition: Starter, First Level, Medium Level, Advanced Level, Freestyle Agility, and Wild Agility. Starter and First Level are not against the clock. No equipment other than head collar, lead rope (at least 10 feet long) and protective boots (where necessary) is allowed on the horses (except Freestyle Agility where there is no equipment on the horse at all except protective boots if necessary.) No whips, sticks etc are allowed. All handlers must wear hard hats and suitable footwear in all classes. The course is made up of ten obstacles with a Leading Obedience Test for Starter and First Levels (see below) between obstacle 5 and 6. The course consists of a number of obstacles from a given list. At least eight of the obstacles in the competition must be from this list, the remaining obstacles may be designed by the course builder to keep competitors on their toes! Examples of obstacles: 1. Tunnel 2. Seesaw 3. Jump 4. Passing through a Curtain 5. Weaving poles/cones 6. Hoop 7. Water 8. Crossing a Tarpaulin 9. Roll ball 10. Passing through a trailer 11. Carry a light load 12. Pick up feet 13. Step onto a podium 14. Stand still in circle 15. Pass through a narrow gap 16. Back through two poles 17. Back over poles 18. Walk through labyrinth 19. Climb through branches/poles 20. Crossing a bridge 21. Passing through a gateway. 23. Picking up feet. 24. Crossing over an A frame. Lou Wilks 07940131078

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