Area II 2018 YRAP Winter Camp - Spots Filling Fast
December 27-29, 2018 @ Morven Park International Equestrian Center

Spend your winter break on a horse!  Enjoy Area II's Winter WOW Camp at Morven Park with three days of excellent instruction from top Eventers Stephen Bradley & Skyeler Voss, plus daily guest lectures.  

Camp is open to all riders / levels and is NOT restricted to Young Riders.

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2019 YRAP Schedule

Mission: The activities are designed to develop camaraderie among young riders, thus, hopefully, developing lifelong friendships and a commitment to the sport. The purpose of the program is to encourage our younger members to become involved in the sport of Eventing and perhaps continue this involvement into their adult lives as members of the US Team, volunteers at local events, coaches, trainers, competitors, and consumers of equine products. The Young Rider Program consists to two components. The NAYC branch focuses on developing and fronting riders and horses for the North American Youth Championships (NAYC) each summer. The YRAP branch focuses on providing young riders with the education and skills they need to progress through the levels regardless of level. In addition, each has a fund-raising program. The funds raised are used to help defray the costs of the program activities. The YRAP encompass a variety of friendly competitions, camps, and educational activities which provide the educational development necessary for a young rider's progression. While many young riders never endeavor to progress to the NAYC and beyond, YRAP is in place for them to accomplish whatever competitive goals they do have. In short - Our members are the future of the sport!

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YRAP Winter Camp and Fix A Test

Morven Park in Leesburg Va will host the 2018 YRAP Winter Camp with lead instructors being Skyeler Voss and Stephen Bradley with a guest lecturer each day. Riders will receive three days of instruction (5-6 mounted lessons and at least 2 lectures). A demonstration and/or guest speakers will occur each day over lunch. Weather permitting a XC session maybe held on the property or we will trailer to Loch Moy (30 minutes north east).
The camp is open to all riders and of all levels and is NOT restricted to Young Riders. Auditors are welcome at no cost.
Dress warmly. We will work indoors only if absolutely necessary.

Cost for Camp:
$500 Cost includes 3 days of instruction, afternoon demos and talks, snacks and stabling and facility fees at Morven Park. $200 deposit is required to reserve a spot. Remaining balance is due by December 23th for spot to be confirmed. Riders are welcome to bring an additional horse for use in an additional session each day at a reduced fee of $400. Payment via check preferred. PayPal accepted with additional $15 fee. Simple lunch will be provided each day or bring your own. Cost does not include housing, shavings, grain, hay, etc. but a Tractor Supply is close.
There is no discount for ship-ins who do not use a stall.
Cancellation due to weather: Full Refunds will be given. Scratches for reason: A full refund will be given if spot can be filled. Otherwise refund less $200. Camp is limited to 25 horses.

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At the conclusion of Winter WoW Camp we will be hosting a Fix A Test session with a dressage judge. We will be in the newly renovated Morven Park Indoor rings. Each session will last about 25 minutes. Riders will ride a test of choice for the judge with scores provided. Immediately following the test, the rider receive instruction on how to ride for a better score. Riders may also choose to ride the test again. These sessions are open to all participants – even if you did not attend WoW Camp.
1. Fees:
$50 for USEA Program (Adult or Young Riders) and Pony Club Members
$75 for all others

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