[MR] Equestrian Activities for Journey Through Time Tourney
joesemi at bellsouth.net
Mon Apr 13 08:38:35 PDT 2009
Equestrian Activities for:
Journey Through Time
May 29-31, 2009
Incipient Canton of Brockore Abbey - Hartsville, SC
Site: Anitoch Recreation Center, 2460 Antioch Road, Hartsville, SC 29550.
Autocrat: Lady Milicent Shiveley (Robin O'Neal), (843) 917-4511, Hagatha819 at aol.com
EqMiC- Lady Eleanor de Montfort (Taren Semiklose) (843) 665-1252 joesemi at bellsouth.net . Must notify if planning on bringing a horse on site no later than one (1) week prior to event.
Site opens to horses at 12noon on Friday
3 pm-Field opens for practice
6 pm-Rider authorizations
7 pm-Jousting Tourney for the local Food Bank-double elimination, 3 pass runs. Please bring a non-perishable or canned food item.
9am- Field opens for practice
10am- Gaming Challenges- Champion to receive a scroll and tourney ribbon for horse
*Spear the Villains in Time- The leaders of the Huns, Mongols and Saracens will be upon our field. Take up a spear or lance and see how many you can kill. Beginner and Intermediate will have spears/lances handed to them. Bannerette can have spears in ground before the target.
*Rings of Development-Tilt rings of wood, brass and steel retrieved in that order
*Surviving History-Triple Quintain Run
*Baron's Lunch Challenge Course-Teams of 2 riders will have 3 mins. to complete as many of challenges as can to retrieve food items for the Barons' lunch. Course will be posted Friday afternoon.
Beating Time Challenges- Champion to receive a scroll and tourney ribbon for horse
1:30pm Individual Crest Tourney- Crest must be min. 4" high attached to top of helm with either Velcro or magnet
2:30pm Crest Combat Melee
4pm-Activities end for day
9am Field opens for practice
10am Drill work and tilt rail practice
12noon Pack and go home
Equipment list needed for riders: Spear and/or pig sticking lance, quintain lance, Jousters need to bring own Styrofoam tips, Crest for Crest Tourney and of course bling, bling and more bling!
Please bring either a billet or representation of coat of arms to hang upon the field. All horses on the Tourney Field must have some attempt at pre-16th century barding or garb according to persona.
Adult, Member: $5.00 Day-Trip, $7.00 Feast, $3.00 Camping for weekend
Adult, Nonmember: $8.00 Day-Trip, $7.00 Feast, $3.00 Camping
Youth (6-17): $3.00 Day-Trip, $7.00 Feast, $1.00 Camping
Child (0-5): $0.00 Day-Trip, $7.00 Feast, $0.00 Camping
Horse- no fee. Coggins will be checked. Horse encampment area is under a nice shaded area with trees for high lines. Electric tape paddocks must have a warning sign posted.
Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Barony of Nottinghill Coill
Reservations: Lady Emma verch Howell (Karen Beedy), P O Box 1811, Hartsville, SC 29550, E-mail: k.beedy at hotmail.com
>From the North: Take your best route to Highway 15 South. Turn right onto Highway 102 (Patrick Highway). Continue for 0.6 miles to the fork in the road and bear right onto Antioch Road. Site will be approximately 4.2mileson the
left. Watch for signs.
>From the South: Take your best route to Highway 15 North. Turn left onto Highway 102 (Patrick Highway). Continue for 0.6 to the fork in the road and bear right onto Antioch Road. Site will be approximately 4.2 miles on the left. Watch for signs.
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