Senior Residential Camp BREC

  • Tuesday, 1st July 2014 (all day)
  • Wednesday, 2nd July 2014 (all day)
  • Thursday, 3rd July 2014 (all day)
  • Friday, 4th July 2014 (all day)

Location: Beas River Equestrian Centre

This event is in the past.

Dear Members,

Welcome to the Beas River Senior Residential Camp event page. Registration is now closed.

Spaces for this camp are very limited due to the number of horses/ponies we can get, so please register early. The cost of camp is $4,500 this includes two rides per day, accomodation for 3 nights in the Beas River Chalets, all meals, water and healthy snacks. 

Payment should be made together with your registration. Your registration will only be considered complete when we have received proof of payment. Please read the Event policy document found below regarding payment methods and cancellation. (these can also be found in the "Documents" folder under the "Files" tab on the website).

Camp is open to members 13yrs and above, and Upper Intermediate / Advanced Level. 12 year olds may be allowed if they are very securely at the correct level (at the discretion of the DC/Chief Instructor). This is roughly about C+ Test Level - you do not, this year, have to have your C+ Test but you should comfortably be at that level. Please refer to the riding Levels page of the website for a description of levels. It will be at the discretion of the District Commissioner as to whether you are of a high enough level to join the camp. This is for safety reasons as it is a cross-country camp.  

If there are still places after registration has closed we will lower the age and experience level and adjust the type of training to suit the riders we have at camp. If this happens, the x-country competiton will most likely be taken out and x-country training will only happen if the instructors are confident that all the riders in their group are competant enough to handle expected problems on the grass.

Members may wish to bring their own livery horse, but due to feed, transport and stabling costs (which the HKPC will pay for) there will be no reduction of camp fees

We will now be staying in the Beas River Chalets on Monday night before camp starts.  I will be at the Chalets between 5 and 6pm to check everyone into their rooms.  You are responsible for your own dinner on the Monday night. Thursday night we will be staying in the Marfoos rest area so please make sure you have something to sleep on, a sleeping bag/blanket and a pillow.

Day Four info


Both the showjumping competition and the cross-country will be held in the morning. The cross-country will start around 9am and we aim to finish the show jumping by about 12pm. Once the ponies and horses are looked after there will be a lunch followed by prizegiving.


As always parents are very welcome to come along on the show day and we will need volunteers for the cross-country jump judging in the afternoon (no horsey knowledge needed). You may also join us for lunch, we will not charge, but of course any donations will be gratefully received. If you wish to join us for lunch please state how many people on the registration page as the catering staff will need specific numbers.

The prizegiving will be at approximately 2pm.  Pick up around 2.30pm

What to Bring


  • Riding Equiptment: Jods, HKPC Shirts, Gloves, Boots, Chaps, Body Protector, Hat, Whip (schooling and jumping if possible - HKPC will have whips and grooming kits for sale, please put your order in early)
  • Due to the heat you will need to make sure you have plenty of changes of clothes for the duration of camp, there will be no washing facilities other than the sink in your bathrooms! There will be HKPC shirts for sale and if you get too smelly you will be forced to buy one!!!!!!!
  • Grooming Kit and a small towel for you to use in the stables for when you are very sweaty!
  • Swim wear, pajamas, change of clothes for dinner etc
  • Wash Bag, Insect Repellent, Suntan Lotion,

Show Day

Clean light Coloured jods and white shirt and tie for showjumping competition, HKPC shirt for the cross-country competition (if being held).

General Info

HKPC Shirts and caps will be available for sale throughout Camp

It is advisable that all your belongings are clearly labeled with your name. Please note that mobile phones are not permitted in any area other than the chalets.

HKPC will not be held responsible for the loss or damage of any personal items.

HKPC will provide water and fruit during the day. Campers can bring their own snacks for the rooms, and there is a small fridge in each of the rooms which they are welcome to use (please remember there are 3 campers sharing each room and therefore fridge!) 

You will also need to fill out the new HKPC Release, Assumption of Risk, Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement if you have not already done so.

Event and Payment Policy

Any questions, please email the secretary

Hope to see you at camp.

Tara Delaney

District Commissioner



Hong Kong Pony Club

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