Caidâ€™s First Equestrian Event
From the Crown Prints
FIRST EQUESTRIAN EVENT
Dust off your barding and shake out your harness, the Caidan College of Equestrian Arts is sponsoring it’s first event on March 12, A.S. XVII (1983). Beginning and experienced riders alike are invited to share in a day of fun and competition at the La Carrera Stables in the rural countryside of the barony of Dreiburgen.
- 9:00-9:30 Arrival and Waivers signed
- 9:30-10:30 Basic instruction and qualifications of beginners
- 10:30-11:00 Opening Court
- 11:30-1:00 “Pilgrimage” and Qualifications for advanced Riders
- 1:00-1:30 Lunch
- 1:30-6:00 Contests
- 6:00 Closing Court
It is recommended that you bring plenty of beverages and all your own foodstuffs.
Riders with their own horses are encouraged to bring them. Avery limited number of horses will be available on site, but because of the small number of available animals, each rental horse must be shared by two riders. Prices for the day shall be $2.00 for those with their own mounts and $12.00 for thoses who wish to rent. Make checks out to CAIDAN COLLEGE OF EQUESTRIAN ARTS.
Remember, rental ANIMALS ARE limited - - so send in your reservations EARLY!!!!!
NOTE: The Crown has ruled that a minimum age of 12 years required to compete. Exceptions may be appealed to the Crown.
- Leave your memories here.
From Baron Malcolm Alberic:
I remember when I first heard about this event. The Idea of being able to combine our horses with our SCA interests was very exciting. On the day of the event Drusilla had Aladric and I trailer over two somewhat green horses that were ready for, and in need of, “Show” experience from the Montrose stables.
When we arrived on site and saw the numerous horses and trailers I remember thinking “Wow I had no idea Caid had this many horse owners!” I can honestly say that I have never seen nearly as many horse owners at a Caidan equestrian event as I did that day.
Add photos if we have them
|Spring Tournament Dreiburgen 1984|
|Events of Caid|
|Events: 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s
Other Information: Results