Westcott Equestrian has lots planned with the team for 2020!!
Our February in house schooling show was such a success that we are having another one April 19th. Please reserve a spot by emailing a $45 deposit to Katie. Anyone in our lessons program is welcome to attend.
Our February show was such a success with 30+ kids entered. They all learned so much and had a ton of fun while doing so.
Off Property Shows
March 20-22: Thunderbird Gateway
May 17th Maple Ridge Equestrian Centre (MREC)
June 19-22 Southlands
June 24-28 Thunderbird. Entries Due March 30 9am
July 15-19 and/or June 22-26 Milner Downs Equestrian Entries Close Friday June 26.
August 6-8 Southlands
Sept 3-6 Maple Ridge Equestrian Center
If you are looking to show at one of our in-house schooling shows this year, you are required to have proper riding boots with chaps or tall boots. Proper helmet. Proper beige riding breeches. Show jacket with collar shirt under or tidy, fitted solid black or navy blue pullover with collar shirt underneath. No hoodies, no baggy clothing.
If you are looking to show outside of Westcott Equestrian, we require that you have the following.
Proper Riding Attire
Solid colour riding helmet. Beige breeches. Black tall boots. Navy blue, black or grey show coat with white collar shirt. Black riding gloves. Hairnet.
Proper Tack and Equipment
Saddle (if not owned; borrowed). White saddle pad, fitted if hunter. Plain brown hunter or jumper bridle. Leather girth. Silver stirrups if showing hunter. Lunge line. Buckets. Tack trunk.
Before we allow riders to competed at an off property horse show, they must show the ability to have great control of their horse at their current level and be well seated in the tack. Show goers must be able complete one level above what they would show at EG: if you want to show at the 2’3 level, you must be able to complete 2’6 requirements at home with ease.
If you do not own a horse with us, we require that you commit to a 3 day lease in order for you to compete at outside shows. This allows the coaches to ensure that the rider has enough training to go and compete successfully. This is a great opportunity to be able to show the same horse all year yet not have to fully commit to owning a horse with all the extra expenses.
Memberships are required to show off property.
Bronze Shows : Horse Council British Columbia
Silver Shows: BC Hunter Jumper Assosciation
Gold Shows: EC Sport License and Passport
Horse Council British Columbia is required for all shows. Please make sure to check with one of the coaches before purchasing Silver and Gold show memberships.
If you meet these requirements or want to meet these requirements, please email Katie for more information and to sign up!