A Clinic at your site?

HSA Clinic requirements

Site Accreditation completed with HSA.

You will also need to have:

  • Sufficient horses and tack suitable for beginner/learner riders (minimum of 12). The person in charge of your site will need to provide us with written assessments describing the horses we will be using, including their history and suitability for various levels of riding activities.
  • Appropriate arena for conducting riding lessons (well fenced, good surface, secure gates, no hazards); yards for horse handling, and if trail riding is undertaken, a secure yard for mounting the riders and assessing their abilities to control their horses before departure, and safe trails.
  • Accommodation for up to 12 participants with separate rooms for males and females (bunkhouse accommodation is acceptable).
  • Separate accommodation for HSA staff (normally 2 -3 people) with the provision of a table to work at in the evenings.
  • The provision of all meals for participants and staff for the duration of the clinic. This should include having some fruit as well as cold drinking water, tea and coffee available at all times.

The clinics will have different participants on different groups of days, with some attending a full 5 days, others 4 days and 3 nights, and other groups 3 days and 3 nights.

The site needs to provide bedding for the HSA staff members and participants if they are coming from interstate.

Site fees for non residential participants.

The site receives a set, per person payment for all participants who are attending. These details are negotiated with the site prior to arranging the clinic.

If all participants are from your site, a special quote will be provided by HSA to cover the costs of the clinic and a minimum number of participants will apply.

For more information contact admin@horsesafetyaustralia.com.au