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High Caliber Stables Upcoming Events

Ladies’ Weekend Riding Clinic
March 7th and 8th
Clinic will start on Saturday at 1:00 pm and conclude Sunday at 3:00 pm

Each rider will ride in 3 group lessons and 1 private lunge lesson.

Learn exercises and stretches to complement riding

Great informational break-out sessions to include:
* Questions and Answers with Dr. Jim Meeker
* Chiropractor talk with Dr. Balcom
* Insights from Trainer Kim Cowart
* Conquering the Full Bridle
* Everything you’ve always wanted to know but didn’t have time to ask!

HCS Margarita Night at Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant (not included) for all HCS ladies (riders and non-riders!)

Breakfast and Lunch provided on Sunday

Cost is $200 per rider and space is limited

Email Mary at

Deposit of $75 due Monday, March 2nd

Recommended hotels:
Embassy Suites/Greensboro Airport (336) 668-4535 11 miles to barn
Holiday Inn Express/Kernersville (336) 564-3333 3 miles to barn

High Caliber Stables

Ladies Margarita Night

Come join the riders from the

Ladies’ Weekend Clinic for dinner and drinks!

When: Saturday, March 7th at 7:30 pm

Where: Don Juan’s Mexican Restaurant, Kernersville, NC

Please RSVP to Mickey by March 2nd

Weekend Riding Clinic
For Riders 12 & Under
March 21st & 22nd

* Clinic will start 1:00 pm on Saturday and conclude Sunday at 3:00 pm
* Each rider will ride in 4 group lessons and 1 private lunge lesson and will include instruction in the full bridle
* Stretch and exercise classes to compliment riding
* Fun educational break-outs to include:
* Master the Tack
* Understanding the Full Bridle
* What you need to know about "Horse Parts"
* What is a High Caliber Stable rider?
* Create your personal page for the HCS Youth Club scrapbook

* Emphasis will be on showing (entering the ring, "ringsmanship", line-up)
* Bonfire dinner and charades at the barn Saturday night
* Sleep-over with Mary and Evan
* Breakfast and Lunch provided on Sunday

Cost is $250 and space is limited

Email Mary at to reserve your space!
Deposit of $100 due by Friday, March 13th

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