Alliance Francaise de Brisbane of 262 Montague Road, West End has organised a brilliant [B]French Day[/B] at the Paloma Equestrian Centre(PEC) for all lovers of horses and most especially of equestrian events. PEC is a beautiful 40 acre property located between Caboolture and Bribie Island following a delightful 45 minute drive from Brisbane.
Entry to the event is $35 for adults. Children are FREE. Click here to ensure you don't miss out.
The program for French Day is: 9.00 to 11.30: Pony rides for 5 to 9year olds and Horse rides for those 10 years and above; 11.45 to 12.15: Dressage demonstration of a magnifique frison (Fresian Horse); 12 .30 to 1.30: Bring your own lunch and during the time you're enjoying it take a Lucky Dip and win a free lesson at the Centre; 1.30 to 2.15: Enjoy a power point presentation on France's National Riding School of Saumur. The presentation will be in very simple French with an English transcription and this will be followed by a question time of 10 minutes; 2.15 to 2.30: Long Reins demonstration; 2.30.3.00: Pool Training demonstration followed by a question time of 10 minutes; 3.00: Close of festivities.
France's National Riding School organises equestrian teaching throughout France. It provides high-level teaching diplomas and top level competition. Founded on the knowledge and experience of the ecuyers (Riding Masters) of the Cadre Noir who have rediscovered their ancestry at Saumur to ensure the School now develops high-level horse training programmes, teaches riding for sport and expounds the equestrian professions.
All National Riding School teachers are members of the Cadre Noir and each one is an expert in his or her own discipline. Taught by great masters and with a yearning to ensure the continued evolution of riding, the ecuyers of the Cadre Noir influence the French equitation during their public presentations in France and abroad. They have a mission to pass on technical and theoretical knowledge for riders.
They also have to maintain their own training and keep their horses in condition for the Reprise de Manège (Musical Ride) as well as preparation of the horses used in the training of pupils.
French Day at the Paloma Equestrian Centre will appeal to riders of all ages and other trainers interested in learning from the best. Don't miss this rare opportunity
For more information on this exciting event or for more general information about other events and educational opportunities contact the Alliance Francaise de Brisbane, 262 Montague Road, West End by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 3844 4460.