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How to book into Heavy Horse Camp: Please fill in the online booking form, once you have completed the booking form, you will need to scroll down the page below the booking form to pay your deposit, please click on the Camp 2020 icon (blue square), you can either pay your deposit to secure your place or pay in full, book a young handler, pay for one day, there are many options. The most popular are below the 4 shop category buttons as featured products. If you do not wish to pay by card on the website, you can pay various ways (listed on booking form). Please ensure you either call the office or set up the standing order or bank transfer. Remember places are limited and spaces are filling up fast.If you have any questions you can call the office re payment, or there is a Heavy Horse Camp 2020 group on Facebook and members are happy to introduce themselves to you and help with any queries on Camp ( please no payment questions these need to go to the Shire Horse Society Office)

Shires, Percherons, Suffolks and Clydesdales are all welcome - unfortunately we are unable to cover any other of the heavy horse breeds
The cost for the Camp for all 3 days is £250 (includes loan of horse / stabling)
Stables per night £40
Hook Up £65
12 to 18 years old for 3 days £150
Camp Hoodie £30
Single day or two day prices are in the booking form, stables are additional if you are not staying for the duration 

A £50 none refundable deposit is required to secure your place.  Please ensure you have filled in a booking form (below)

You can pay for your deposit via the site shop, pay in full or order camp merchandise (camp hoodie available) or have a browse at the other products available

Once the timetable has been release, everyone attending camp will be asked to fill in another form with the sessions they would like to attend, we will also ask for details of level at each session, this is so we can group appropriate levels together and breeds if training is breed specific.

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