We welcomed 18 campers to
Redcar this year for another superb weekend, with an array of activities from beach rides to barbeques (with of course, a few learning opportunities in
between) all of which were enjoyed by all.
Vet and BHS Northumberland
Welfare Officer Sally Booth offered a most demonstration
on vetting a horse for purchase and our theme of ‘Rio comes to Redcar’ meant
that everyone received a commemorative t shirt and a medal (for making it
through to the last day).
There was a grin from ear to ear
when Ruth Maltby discovered she had been selected as our BHS Summer Camp
“This was precisely what Jimmy and
I needed” said a delighted Ruth, who admitted to suffering confidence issues
following successive set-backs in training.
PHOTO: Ruth Maltby and Jimmy
Ruth was particularly pleased
with the "light bulb moment” to improve her canter seat, which meant she
was much better equipped to help Jimmy stay in balance.
“It is a joy to be helped by three
different teachers who complement each other so well” Ruth added. Such nice comments from Ruth are appreciated
by the team - who are already looking forward to welcoming campers old and new
PHOTO: The Ladies (and James) in Red, sporting
medals and very fetching ‘Rio comes to Redcar’ themed shirts for the 2016 Camp.