We are here to support our BCEA members through education.
This is not limited to, but includes Spring Clinics, Regional clinics, Winter Education, Online Content, Officials or Coaches Education and more. We strive to create quality opportunities for our members from year to year.
Announcement: Chase Creek Spring Clinic May 19-21. Clinic is full. Information below.
Educational Clinic Series
Spring Clinic Schedule
2023 CHASE CREEK SPRING CLINIC:
BC Eventing Education Committee is pleased to present our Spring Clinic again in 2023 at Chase Creek Eventing.
Dates are May 19 to 21 (Friday to Sunday), Dressage (with Sarah Bradley) and Pace options starting on Thursday the 18th.
We will again offer both the Regular and Introduction to Eventing clinics.
Our awesome BC Coaches Maeve Drew, Sabrina Glaser, Chelan Kozak, Leahona Rowland, Brandy Saunders and Sara Sellmer will be joined by Kendal Lehari Canadian Team member from Ontario https://leharieventing.ca. Kendal is a board member of the Ontario Eventing Association, Co Chair of the Under-25 Program and was Chef D’Equipe for Ontario at the North American Youth Championships in November 2022.
IMPORTANT CLINIC INFORMATION (posted 13-May-2023)
Clinic Participant Important Information
BCEA Waiver Over-age-of Majority
BCEA Waiver Under-age-of Majority
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the BCEA clinics?
The BCEA clinics (all levels) are 2 or 3 days of cross-country instruction with warm up in stadium. The length of time spent in stadium instruction is decided by clinicians, based on competency level of participants.
- What level of experience do my horse and I need to have?
To participate in the Riding Education Clinics, riders need to be prepared to ride out of an arena in a group over uneven terrain. The REGULAR clinic is open to all BCEA members (regular and non-competitive supporting members) regardless of age or level of competition.
- What is Introduction to Eventing?
Riders from any discipline who have not competed in more than 2 Starter divisions at Horse Trials, are invited to participate in the INTRODUCTION TO EVENTING clinic. Some exceptions may be considered for those just returning to riding after many years absence.
- When will a clinic be held?
We are hoping to hold a clinic when Provincial Health regulations will allow
- Where will the clinics be?
Historically the two areas for the clinics are the Lower Mainland and the Interior. If attendance numbers are limited by restrictions, we may look at smaller, regional clinics.
- Who will teach the clinic?
In past years one upper level, out of Province clinician is selected for each area with a selection of BC’s many top-level coaches rounding out the Educational opportunities. However, we may need to adjust this based on travel and other restrictions.
- How much will the clinic cost?
Cost of the clinics is kept as affordable as possible based on expenses including, but not limited to, venue and clinicians. The clinics are not meant to be a source of profit for BCEA.
- How can I register for the clinic?
Once dates, locations and clinicians have been confirmed applications and clinic details will be posted on this website as well as the BC Eventing social media outlets.
- Are the lessons private or group?
The lessons are group with a limit of 4 to each 1 ½ hour lesson.
- Do I need to be a member?
To participate in the BCEA clinic series, all REGULAR and INTRODUCTION TO EVENTING riders must obtain either a Full or Non-Competitive Supporting Membership for BCEA. This can be done online at www.hcbc.ca. Horse Council membership (or other province equivalent) is mandatory for all riders at all levels.
Resources & Links
Horse Council BC