Barn News

Barn Updates on Construction & Holiday

Dear barn families, GOOD MORNING! THIS IS AN ARENA SCHEDULE UPDATE. With the amount of moisture in the weather this morning the crew is going to go home for the weekend. Being on the metal roof is unsafe today. This brings us to a new plan for the next few days. Starting this morning any owners or leasees that have horses at the barn may come out and do activities that are safe with the change in the scenery to your horse. This may include riding if your horse is calm as they have been so far. I am sorry but the school horses...

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Barn Closure Information and Upcoming Information

Dear barn families, Construction update. We are currently on schedule for the barn to close on November 16th with lessons resuming on November 23rd. During this closed time, the main construction of the 100 X 200 ft cover will take place. This will be a large scale effort and we must ask that everyone respect the need to not have any activity at the barn. I will be attending to the safety of the horses and their routines every day and you may ask me to check on anything specific related to your horse. SAFETY is our primary concern during...

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Barn Updates - Barn Closing & more

Our November 1st schooling show at the barn must be postponed:( I am very sorry to report this, however the scheduling of construction, created yesterday, will deem the show to be possibly unsafe. On a good note, we are excited for the upcoming changes to our arena and adjoining spaces. To be specific, the holes will be drilled for the support pylons and concrete will be poured starting October 28th. The arena construction will begin a week later. I want to report the exact dates once we know just how the timeline will affect our lessons and which days we will close...

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Dripping Springs Show Details

Good morning, This email is to clarify details of the schooling show in Dripping Springs this weekend. We are looking forward to a good turnout and a place to share our achievements. Be prepared and know as the day moves along, the schedule usually becomes delayed due to what we call "adds at the gate". This means that riders may continue to sign up for more classes to either try again, or enjoy their advancing skills. We will not know the exact number of those who may choose to do this, thus the schedule is tentative. The most important thing...

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Horse Show Season Cost Info

Horse Show Season is here. THE COSTS :) Horse shows are divided into basically two categories, schooling shows or "A" shows. The costs are different for many reasons and BCRC works hard to keep our costs down to encourage riders to experience whatever level they aspire to. Schooling Shows examples. SanAntonio and Dripping Springs. Payment made to the horse show producers includes the following items. It is customary to leave a blank check with the office to allow for adds and scratches of classes throughout the show. At the end of the show you will meet with the office staff...

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