Training day details

PUBLISHED: 15:01 06 November 2009 | UPDATED: 14:10 09 August 2010

Details of the pony race training day being run by the Northern Racing College on Dec 6 are now available and, hopefully, will soon be downloadable from this site.

Details of the pony race training day being run by the Northern Racing College on Dec 6 are now available and, hopefully, will soon be downloadable from this site.

Wessex Area have very kindly included us in the training day and, along with their riders, you will have priority for a place.

The TRAINING DAY will be on Sunday 6th December 2009 at Stretcholt Farm. Stretcholt, Nr Bridgwater. It is being run by the Northern Racing College.

We will be holding two sessions - one in the morning, and one in the afternoon. The morning session will be for novices, and the afternoon session for those children who have already taken part in Pony Racing. There will be 20 spaces available at each session, with the cost at £45.00 per child. If necessary we will also hold a session on the Saturday afternoon as well (5th Dec).

If you would like your child/children to attend, we would be grateful if you could send the enclosed form to THE SECRETARY Ann Watts, Shepherds Rest, River Road, Pawlett Bridwater Tel 01278 685616, with full payment (cheques to be made out to 'Wessex Area Pony Racing'), along with a SAE so we can then send full confirmation details and directions to the venue back to you. Please ensure that all application forms and payment are to be with us by Friday 20th November.

The children in the Wessex and Devon & Cornwall Areas will be given first priority - so please be sure to apply early, as once the places are filled, we will close the course. Once all applicants from the Wessex and Devon & Cornwall Areas have been accommodated, the children outside of these areas will be given the opportunity to attend.

If you emailed Claire Wright last season she will be emailing the details to you but if you need any more info please ring Lee Glanville 01752 830439.


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