March 30, 2020 – Spring session postponed
Notice to all our riders, families, caregivers & volunteers –
For everyone’s continued safety and health we are postponing the start of the spring session and new volunteer training until further notice.
We are optimistic that we will be able to get back in the saddle for as many weeks as possible later this spring and will be in touch with a start date as soon as we can.
We continue to follow the lead of our local health units and government and remain hopeful that we will see you all again soon. Thank you for your patience, understanding and support.
March 23, 2020 – Volunteer training, Camp Pride & spring riding session
- Volunteer training set for April 1 has been cancelled.
- At this time we have not made any changes to Camp Pride 2020. Registration for camp is still open and proceeding as normal.
- We have not made further changes to the spring riding season other than the delay of start noted below (March 16 update).
We will re-assess as needed, post changes on our website, and contact affected parties directly if we make additional changes that are recommended by our health units/government.
Thank you for your patience in this complex time.
March 16, 2020 – Notice for riders, families and volunteers
Pride Stables is monitoring the constantly evolving circumstances we find ourselves in related to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
We are taking steps and making decisions about our programs based on the direction and recommendations of our public health units and governments.
At this time, we are delaying the start of our spring session 2020 from the weeks of March 23 & 30 to the beginning of April.
- Saturday classes will begin Saturday April 4
- All weekday daytime and evening classes will begin the week of Monday April 6 with the exception of Fridays
- Friday classes will begin on April 17 as April 10 is the Good Friday holiday
Class lengths/times/session lengths will remain the same which means spring session will conclude in early June. We are in the process of contacting all affected riders and volunteers directly to communicate this change.
We will re-assess as needed and be in touch if further changes are appropriate or recommended.
Thank you for your understanding.
We do hope a return to “business as usual” will be possible for all of us in the near future and we wish you and yours good health.