Stables

Brockway Rd cnr John XXIII Ave
Mt Claremont

(08) 9384 3492

Postal Address

The Secretary
PO Box 13
Claremont 6010

Classes

Monday - Friday 10AM to 5PM

Donations

The centre is funded by donations, self fund raising and Government support.

Registered Charity License number: 20307

Claremont Therapeutic Riding Centre

Our terms are the same as school terms:
Term 1 Jan 30 - April 7, $600 OR $540 if on Monday (Labour Day/ Easter Monday) or $540 Friday( Good Friday)
Term 2 April 24 - June 30, $600 - $540 if on Monday (WA DAY/ANZAC Day)
Term 3 July 17 - Sep 22, $600
Term 4 Oct 9 - Dec 15, $600

Please return this form with payment to enrol for a term.
Direct Deposits can be made to ANZ bank; BSB 016281 Acc No. 340821331 please place client name in ID. CTRC also accepts cheque or cash payments

Proposed Camp Dates

Camp cost is $100 per day, use this form to enrol, select from the days below.

April 2017

April 11th

April 12th

April 13th

April 2017

April 18th

April 19th

April 20th

July 2017

July 4th

July 5th

July 6th

July 2017

July 11th

July 12th

July 13th

October 2017

October 3rd

October 4th

October 5th

December 2017

December 19th

December 20th

December 21st

 

** Camp dates are subject to change ***

CTRC Tutition Fees

Conditions

Log Book

The log book must be filled out for everybody on entry to CTRC. No person shall help or ride a horse until they have been entered into the log book.

Signing the LOG BOOK is your insurance cover - failure to do so is at your own risk.

Age to start

Children can start to ride horses from the age of 5 years. Many horse riding clubs offer beginner classes for children 5 to 8 years old. Children are given an introduction to horse riding. This provides a solid base for them to progress through to becoming an advanced horse rider.

Horse riding is an activity for children rather than a game that is governed by rules. However, children will be taught basic riding and safety principles by experienced instructors. If children enjoy their horse riding and become advanced they can compete in equestrian competitions.

Suitability:

Horse riding is a suitable activity for boys and girls. It allows children to combine their love of animals and the outdoors into an exciting and enjoyable activity. Horse riding educates children as to how to be responsible and take care of a horse. In addition, children develop balance, coordination and confidence when taking part in horse riding.

There is some risk of injury if a child falls from a horse but the risk is minimal as children are given horses with the appropriate temperament so as to cater for the child's age and experience.

Sign up dates:

Children can sign up for horse riding lessons at any time throughout the year. Contact us for further details. We also run specific programs and camps for children of all abilities during the school holidays.