Audlem RNLI Festival 2016
Sunday 4th September 2016
Races start at 11am: Please report to the Race Marshall by 10.30pm. Races will be lead rein or non-lead rein depending on the entries. All lead rein riders will require an adult (aged over 18) to lead. Entry is subject to a £2 donation per rider, payable with your entry.
Riders must be:
�€� For non-lead rein races, experienced riders (capable of riding without a saddle, no stirrups).
�€� Aged no less than 8 years of age and under 15.
�€� Weigh no more than 51kg (8 stones).
�€� Have and wear either their own correctly fitted hard riding hat or one provided by Stonehill Donkeys.
�€� Be wearing suitable clothing and footwear (we suggest trouser and boots or stout shoes).
�€� Have provided their parent's or guardian's written consent (see entry form attached)
If you are willing to allow your son, daughter or ward to ride please call 01270 812677 to request a form and return to Daleta Harthern, East View, Monks Lane, Audlem. CW3 0HP email firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for rider entries is 25th August 2016. Riders take part at their own risk.
Rosettes will be awarded to 6th Place.
The decision of the Race Organiser will be final in selecting suitable riders.
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