Huzzah and hello, warriors! So excited to have you ride with the Knights of the Tempest this summer!
Clinic will be held on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 at Silver Whip Acres, 1205 N County Road 3, Fort Collins, CO 80524. Clinic is $150/rider. Riders may provide their own horse (please email a negative coggins test to email@example.com prior to clinic). Some rental horses available, please contact Allison Marzurkiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org for rental horse reservation. $25/rental.
Instruction: 2 hours. Instruction will be tailored to challenge riders of all skill levels in a fun, safe manner. This time will be used for instruction, practice, and competition in each of the medieval games. Details regarding each of the skills can be found below!
Lunch (provided) and social times!
Cash jackpot tourney at end of day. $5/entry. Jackpot to be awarded at end of tourney.
Clinic registration filled on a first come, first served basis. Once your registration form and full payment is received your place is reserved. Space is limited.
The quickest and easiest way to register for the clinic is online at https://www.knightsofthetempest.com/product-page/medieval-mounted-games-clinic-registration.
You may also e-mail your registration form to email@example.com, or send via Facebook message through the Knights of the Tempest Facebook.
Cancellations within 48 hours of the clinic will not be refunded their registration fees.
All types of horses and riding disciplines welcome! Larger, sturdier saddles (Australian, western, dressage) recommended by not necessary.
Trailer-ins welcome. Each horse must have a current, negative coggins test sent to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the clinic. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Clinic open to riders of all ages. All riders, and especially riders under 18 years old, are strongly encouraged to wear a helmet.
What you can expect: I will be instructing riders and their mounts in the fun, exciting sport of medieval mounted games. This includes collecting the rings on a lance, sword work, spear throwing, and lance control. These skills are important for succeeding in the world of competitive light armor jousting. If riders are interested in progressing toward jousting, this is the place to get started. However, I understand that jousting is not for most people. This clinic provides an excellent, safe environment to bond with your mount in fun, unique games to test yourselves and play, and offer a break from the routine. Safety is the priority of this sport, and riders may work at the pace they are comfortable with.
Any questions? Please contact us at email@example.com. I look forward to seeing you in the lyst!