Klaus Schoeneich Clinic Form Test

  • If yes, please document what you feel you have been successful with and what aspects of your horse’s training you have found difficult.
  • Inclusive of hay and straw. Day stabling is by separate negotiation with Dan Wain Equestrian. Stables will be prepared by 5.30 pm on Thursday 20th June and must be vacated by 9.30 am on Monday 24th June. Requests for stabling outside of these times by private negotiation.
  • Must be ordered in advance as no stock carried.
  • Clinic fee of £330 plus stabling costs needs to be paid in full to secure your horse place.

    Payment should be made by bank transfer to the account details in the email sent to you.

  • Event fees for both spectators and horse owners are non-refundable if cancelled in less than 45 working days from the clinic start date. If a suitable replacement can be found then a full refund will be given (minus 5% administration fee), it is not the responsibility of the event organiser to find a replacement, however they will do their best to help. After payment, you will receive an email from us as confirmation, please note that the email you supply will be the address we use for this confirmation. In the very unlikely event that the event is cancelled, each attendee will be emailed, advising them of the cancellation and offered a full refund, minus 5% administration fee. It is important that each attendee ensures that we have their correct email contact details. The event organiser is not responsible for any expenses incurred, other than the cost of the horse place, stabling and bedding is extra and must be paid by the end of the clinic. All stables should be cleaned and left in the same state they were found before leaving the event. In the event of adverse weather conditions, a decision regarding cancellation will be made the day before the event is due to start. If the event is cancelled, each attendee will be notified by email. The event organiser reserves the right to refuse entry/or sale of tickets without stating the reason, to cancel the event and all rights of admission. The Management of the venue or the event organiser reserves the right to remove anyone from the event at any time without giving a reason. The event organiser also has the right to change the location of the event due to unforeseen circumstances. Horse/Pony sports are dangerous. Neither the event organiser nor any persons acting on their behalf, nor the landowner can accept any liability for loss, damage, accident or injury to any persons, horses or property. It is compulsory that all riders wear hats/helmets up to British Standard Riding Hats conforming to BS PAS 015 1998, BS EN 1384, or ASTMF 1163 95 and provide evidence of third party insurance before the event commences. The Instructor, The Venue and the event organiser will take all reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective everyone must take all reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents occurring, and must obey the rules and instructions of the organisers and stewards/officials. The Instructors, The Venue and the event organiser does not insure the rider, your horse or your tack and equipment. You are strongly advised to have in place your own adequate horse and personal accident insurance at all times. You will be asked to provide proof of this prior to the event, failure to provide this proof may result in you not being allowed to take part with your horse. The Venue, the event organiser and The Instructors will not be held responsible for any accident, injury or loss to any person or their property however this may be caused. If you have any queries please contact us.

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