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BUNGENDORE RIDING CLUB TRAIL RIDE AT MARCEL’S SUNDAY, 20 JULY 2008 HER - 6693 I was told it’s time for a trail ride…at Marcel’s! So, here it is, back by popular demand for our July activity, a guided trail through Marcel’s property, “Timber Tops”. As previously, there are two rides for the day with a BBQ lunch in between. Riders may choose a group that suits their comfort levels… either a relaxing scenic tour of the property and its wildlife or a more challenging ride over the large ranges with beautiful views of Mt. Palerang and Lake George. Both groups will return to the shearing sheds for a BBQ lunch together. After lunch Marcel will take both groups on another trail ride where we can all enjoy each others company and take in the spectacular views. Should it be desired, the afternoon ride also has the chance to split into faster or slower groups along the way. Please indicate when you register which morning ride you would like to do. We will sort out the afternoon ride at lunch. HOW MUCH? For special guided trail rides through “Timber Tops” the cost will be $10 for a BRC member, $20 for a non-BRC, but current EFA member (proof required) or $35 for neither BRC or EFA member (this fee covers day insurance and will be paid to the EFA on your behalf). Pay on the day, prior to riding. Sunday, 20 July… Please arrive at the shearing sheds by 9.00 AM to ride out at 10.00 AM The ride will leave promptly at 10am – please do not be late as we must leave on time in order to fit everything in. WHEN? WHERE? Getting to Marcel’s Place Marcel’s property “Timber Tops is located approximately 10.5kms out of Bungendore on the Kings Highway. You will need to travel on the Kings Highway past Marcel’s school of riding on the left (number 3582 – approx 9 kms from the railway crossing in Bungendore). Continue on the Kings Highway, past his cattle yards and on to the overtaking lanes going uphill. At the very top of the overtaking lane look out for a sign “Mulloon Creek Natural Farms” on the right - at this point exactly you will need to turn left into the property “Timber Tops”. Please prepare yourself for the left hand turn as you are ascending the overtaking lane. Once you have turned left into “Timber Tops” please continue along the dirt road for approximately 1.5kms until you come to the shearing sheds on your left. Please enter through the gate and park your float. WHAT? …TO BRING Remember we are having a BBQ lunch so please bring some meat of your choice and a small salad if you wish. The shearing sheds have small yards where you can keep your horse whilst eating. There is also fresh tank water for both you and your four legged friend. Don’t forget the usual saddlery equipment, water bucket, sponge & rain gear in the event the weather turns. RECORD OF ATTENDENCE: The HER for this trail ride is 6693 The DPI no longer required THS forms to be filled out for every horse movement. However, organising bodies (in this case, BRC) now have the responsibility to collect a Record of Attendance at Horse Event (RAHE) form on the day of the event. Click here to download the RAHE form from the BRC website. Please print out this form, fill it in and bring it on the day to be handed to the event coordinator prior to riding. For more information, click here to visit the DPI website. CODE OF CONDUCT, SAFETY and INSURANCE BRC’s Code of Conduct applies to the activity day, and is available to be read on the BRC website www.brc.org.au/Membership. Please ensure you are familiar with it. NO DOGS are allowed. Please ensure that your gear/equipment/horse/pony is in good safe working order. If you are riding, you will be required to wear an approved riding helmet (ASNZS 3838) or other approved by the EFA and appropriate clothing and footwear as set out in the Club’s Code of Conduct. You are also asked to disclose any medical conditions or allergies in order for BRC to provide the best assistance in the event of an incident. BRC is an EFA affiliated club and, as such, is covered by Public Liability Insurance. For more information on BRC’s insurance, visit the website www.brc.org.au/Membership WEATHER If the day happens to be too cold/wet/windy we may cancel at short notice (though it is VERY unlikey). Should you have any questions as to the continuation of the event, check the BRC website (including on the day) at www.brc.org.au or please call Rebecca Morsink (6238 1042) after 7am on the day. REGISTRATION The Activity Coordinator is Rebecca Morsink. If you would like to participate in this trail ride, please either phone Rebecca or return the registration form below via email to email@example.com by Friday 18 July 2008. All riding non-members are required to sign a risk waiver prior to riding. Any queries can be directed to Rebecca Morsink on 6238 1042 or by the above email . Rider’s name ___________________________________________________________________________________ Name of horse __________________________________________________________________________________ Emergency name & contact number _______________________________________________________________ Any existing medical conditions/allergies? __________________________________________________________ BRC Member Faster Group EFA Member Number (if not a BRC Member) __________________________________ Slower Group Payment can be made on the day, prior to riding, either by cash or cheque. Please allow plenty of time for arrival and registration. Prepare to be saddled in plenty of time prior to 10am.
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