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Thursday, 3 March 2011

Alkborough & District Saddle Club

Next meeting is on Monday 21st March at The Flixborough Inn pub.  This time we are going to have a brief meeting and then have a mixed general knowledge and horsey quiz followed by chip butties!  Guess who is writing the horsey quiz questions?  Yup.... me!   Hmmmm shall I be tough or do some nice easy ones?

I'm hoping we'll have a member feedback form for people to fill so that we can suss out what members want from the club with regards to ridden, social and  informative training, coaching or events etc.

Looking forward to it.

I'm cracking on with the quarterly newsletter too.  Hoping to have it in some sort of shape or form next week to give to Shelley for editing!  Need to rustle up some advertisers too!

Tonight I'm going to Bishop Burton College with the other half to investigate a job their for him.  Back there again on the 19th to investigate a coaching degree for me to do maybe.  Should be a fun Open Day too.  I'll get to have a good nosey around the massive equestrian complex.  It's an Olympic training venue too.  Exciting.

Don't forget you can follow me on Twitter and visit my page on the mighty Facebook too.

Bye for now!

Tuesday, 1 March 2011

2011 Prices and Website News!


I thought I'd put my prices on my blog for all to see and then you can book  for your ***FREE*** half hour assessment session.

To book, please call/text/email/FB message/Tweet me!

  • 1 hour private session £25 each

  • 1/2 hour private session £15 each

  • 1 hour semi-private session (2 riders) £20 each

  • 1 hour group session (3-4 riders) £10 each (BARGAIN!)
I also charge the same prices for ridden exercise/schooling sessions on your own horse.

Don't forget I am a qualified groom too so can offer up my fab grooming skills to you for modest fees as well as being able to provide BHS Horse Owners Certificate training!

PLUS!!!!!  My website JCS Equestrian will be fully up and running soon - very exciting!  So please keep checking back often.

Let's hope this weather stays dry and a little sunshine arrives for us all to enjoy riding in the evenings and at weekends soon!  Can't wait for the clocks to change.