Sat, 11 Sept | Lower Farm Livery, Duns Tew

Erin Orford Clinic

An opportunity to have a one to one lesson with International para dressage rider Erin Orford
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 Erin Orford Clinic

Time & Location

11 Sept, 06:57
Lower Farm Livery, Duns Tew, Lower farm, Bicester OX25 6JX, UK

About the Event

Erin Orford is a leading International Para Dressage Rider for Team GBR, double European medallist, and Tokyo 2020 team reserve. A member of the World Class Podium Squad, Erin has competed both nationally and internationally for over 10 years and has also ridden up to Advanced Medium at Regional level. The highlight of her career so far, Erin and Dior returned from the FEI European Championships in Sweden as Gold and Bronze medallists! 2018 saw Erin and Dior selected for the World Equestrian Games in Tryon, USA where Team GBR won the Silver medal.

When Erin was born the bones in her lower legs and knees hadn't formed properly and she was missing the radius in both her arms, meaning she has shorter lower arms and only four fingers on each hand. Her parents were told that she would never be able to walk and that she would either be wheelchair bound or they could opt to have both of her legs amputated. At the age of one she had the operation and learned to walk in prosthetic legs.

Erin is a qualified UKCC Level 2 Dressage coach. 

Cancellation

Once times sent / confirmed with instructor: If the booking is cancelled by "the booker", a refund (less £5 administration Fee) or a transfer to another event will only be given if the organiser or booker is able to fill the place.

In the unlikely event that we have to cancel an event we will offer alternative arrangements, if these are not acceptable to you we will refund all of the event, but will not be responsible for any other loses incurred.

Bad Weather Conditions: activities might be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions, you should contact the event organiser before you leave for the centre if the weather is in doubt. We reserve the right to cancel riding because of bad weather at anytime. The committee's decision is final.

Clothing Standards

Hard Hats (To current British Riding Club (BRC) requirements) MUST be worn by ALL riders.

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