100 Mile Sliders Proudly Presents
Slide Into Spring
April 9,10,11, 2010
100 Mile Sliders are pleased to offer 3 days of packed reining fun, from beginner to advanced riders. Join Lynda Smith of Maple Ridge Level 2 EC Reining Coach and BC Horse Council Coach of the Year (2000), for a Friday/Saturday reining/horsemanship clinic and a Sunday reining schooling show.
Reining is designed to highlight the athletic ability of the “ranch type” horse in the confines of the show arena. Often referred to as “western dressage”, it requires great horsemanship to achieve the willfully guided or controlled horse that shows no resistance.
Of course most of us have not achieved that level, and that is why we all need a lesson or two to get started or to get better. So please join us in making our first clinic/show a success.
Clinic will run as follows, with 2-3 people per group. Please let us know if you are a beginner rider or you have a very beginner horse and we will try to group accordingly.
1:00-2:30 Group A
2:30-4:00 Group B
4:00-5:30 Group C
6:00-7:30 Group D
7:30-9:00 Group E
9:00-10:30 Group A
10:30-12:00 Group B
12:30-2:00 Group C
2:00-3:30 Group D
3:330-5:00 Group E
Sunday schooling show 10:00 start time.
Two days with 1 ½ hours of riding in each session.
Clinic only_______$ 125.00
Clinic and show_______$ 150.00
(Show only: see entry below)
Riders name _________________
Number of years riding________________________________
Main discipline of riding __________________
Level of experience of horse ______________
Checks payable to: 100 Mile Sliders Reining Club
email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Mandy (leave message) 250-397-2960
To enter clinic and show
May enter show the day of.
Schooling show class list
WCRA Modified A
WCRA Modified B
Green as grass
(jog/trot) WCRA modified A
Beginner Reiner Open
WCRA Modified C
Beginner Horse Open
NRHA pattern 8
Beginner NRHA Pattern
NRHA pattern 4
REQUIRED -a three-minute time limit starts at the beginning of the music or the beginning of the introduction (whichever is first) and ends with the music or when the rider indicates that the run is complete.
Minimum - one large fast and one small slow circle in each direction
Minimum - 3 consecutive spins in each direction
Minimum - one rollback in each direction
Minimum - one stop and back up.
Classes 1-4 and 7 do not contain lead changes and any legal NRHA headgear may be used. Classes 5 and 6 contain lead changes and may be ridden two handed if in a snaffle bit.
Class# entered ____/____/____/____/____/_____/____
Sliders member: _______ x $12.00 = $_______
Nonmembers: _______ x $15.00 = $_______
Or $ 50.00 for the show day.............$ _______
Remember this is a fun weekend there is no need for clipping, bathing, fancy clothes or tack!!
I hereby release Western Canadian Reining Assn, 100 mile sliders reining club and all volunteers or representatives from any loss or damage or injury that may occur and it shall be the condition of entry that each exhibitor shall hold the show management blameless of any loss or accident to his or her horse or horse’s equipment, any accident or injury that may happen to the rider/handler of any horse during the event. All owners and exhibitors will be held responsible for any damage incurred by them or their agents tot the barns or properties on the show grounds and will be billed accordingly.
Signature or parent or guardian (18 and under)__________________________________
Riders 18 years and under must wear an approved helmet
CLICK THE LINK TO GET THE ABOVE ENTRY FORM OT BY E MAILING MYSELF (isabella.macquarrie2sd27.bc.ca) or MANDY (email@example.com)
Completed forms can be mailed to:
C 26 Crossraods
RR#1 Lone Butte, BC V0K 1X0
Details on location, and stabling if required will be available shortly.