Bronte Creek Equestrian Summer Horse Trials
Sunday, July 18, 2021
Registration Now Closed!
Click this link for Bronte Creek Start Times & information now up on the OEA website!
Start times, numbers, xc maps all available now
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Bronte Creek Equestrian Cross Country Schooling Course is closed until after our Summer Horse Trials on Sunday, July 18,2021!
*** YRU25 Adult Rider XC Clinic ***
Saturday, June 12th XC with Judith Bisiker at Bronte Creek Equestrian Sport Ltd - $50 per horse/rider combination.
OEA membership required. Please click this link to see our Clinic Page to register with OEA
Please click the link above to register your Cross Country Schooling date.
Please contact Judith Bisiker re: booking a date ( contact information is on the waiver)
At this time as in accordance with the provincial Covid -19 Rules no more than 5 people per group
( see note on waiver)
E-Transfer $60 payment to firstname.lastname@example.org along with form submission
For those requiring a coach, Judith Bisiker is available for coaching and use of course for a fee of $100. Please contact Judith ( contact info is on the waiver)
2 stalls coming available
Email email@example.com, Call or text Judith at 905-379-3855 or contact the Facebook page to book a viewing and reserve a stall.
We host annual Summer and Fall Horse Trials, pre-Entry up to Prelim.
Our primary area of expertise is within the eventing field however Bronte Creek Equestrian Sport is a multi-discipline facility providing services to those involved in all equestrian sports.
Striving to provide great learning opportunities in a incredible facility
WHAT PEOPLE HAVE TO SAY ABOUT BRONTE CREEK EQUESTRIAN
We are very easily accesible from the Hwy 401, Hwy 6 or a 15-20 minute drive from the QEW.
TOP NOTCH EQUINE CARE
Bronte Creek facility provides 24 hour on site staff, fiber sand footing, individual and group turn out in spacious paddocks, home grown hay, consulting with Brooks representative to ensure individualized feeding.
Judith spent more than twenty years fully engaged in the horse world: competing internationally at top-level events; breeding horses, training and teaching. While just out of her teens, Judith competed at the CCI 4* level. At 21, she represented Canada at Badminton, Burghley and Windsor Horse Trials