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  1. <p>These classes are designed for ages 8 and up, ALL MEMBERS must provide the following:</p><ul><li>Must have valid (AEF) Alberta Equestrian Federation membership prior to joining this program.</li><li>Must have approved helmet and footwear</li><li><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Signed and Completed <b>Mounted Combat Arts Waiver</b></span></li></ul><p><b>Beginner</b></p><p>1: Beginners will learn the very basics of safety while being around and working with horses on the ground.</p><p>2: Beginners will learn to read basic equine behavior patterns.</p><p>3: Beginners will receive the basic knowledge on both working on the ground and mounted positioning and movements.</p><p>4: Beginners will establish fluidity in the walk and trot gates on the horse.</p><p>5: Beginners will have basic safety knowledge of tack and equipment and how to safely tack up and remove tack on a horse</p><p>6: Beginners will have basic knowledge of how to use selected weapons while mounted and on foot.</p><p><b>​​​Intermediate</b></p><p>1: Intermediate level riders will be instructed further on advancing their horsemanship and precision both in riding and weapon handling.</p><p>2: Intermediates will begin to work together with other riders to advance cooperative skills.</p><p>3: Intermediates will start to have an understanding of formation riding.</p><p>4: Intermediates will begin to take part in light choreography.</p><p>5: Intermediates will begin friendly competition.</p><p>6: Intermediates will receive grading at the end of season (if applicable).</p><p>​​​<b>Advanced</b><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">​</span></p><p>1: Advanced members will begin learning how to SAFELY use live steel weapons and projectiles in combat scenarios.</p><p>2: Advanced members will be given the option to increase their training regimen with the MCA.</p><p>3: Advanced members (if qualified) will have the opportunity to participate in MCA events.</p><p>4: Advanced members (if qualified) will be given the opportunity to participate in film productions with the MCA.</p><p><b><u>Admission</u></b></p><p><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Admission can be paid online here or at the door.</span></p><p><b>All ages (8 and up): </b>$ 60.00 per session</p><p><b>One-Year Delacour Hall Membership:</b> $ 30.00 (required after your <i><b>first </b></i>session)</p><p><b>*Important Note:</b> Once payment has been received, you will be contacted to discuss a suitable training time and location. The training facility used will be determined by the size and location of the participating group. Note that the training location may change due to weather conditions.</p>
  2. <p>These classes are designed for ages 8 and up, ALL MEMBERS must provide the following:</p><ul><li>Must have valid (AEF) Alberta Equestrian Federation membership prior to joining this program.</li><li>Must have approved helmet and footwear</li><li><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Signed and Completed <b>Mounted Combat Arts Waiver</b></span></li></ul><p><b>Beginner</b></p><p>1: Beginners will learn the very basics of safety while being around and working with horses on the ground.</p><p>2: Beginners will learn to read basic equine behavior patterns.</p><p>3: Beginners will receive the basic knowledge on both working on the ground and mounted positioning and movements.</p><p>4: Beginners will establish fluidity in the walk and trot gates on the horse.</p><p>5: Beginners will have basic safety knowledge of tack and equipment and how to safely tack up and remove tack on a horse</p><p>6: Beginners will have basic knowledge of how to use selected weapons while mounted and on foot.</p><p><b>​​​Intermediate</b></p><p>1: Intermediate level riders will be instructed further on advancing their horsemanship and precision both in riding and weapon handling.</p><p>2: Intermediates will begin to work together with other riders to advance cooperative skills.</p><p>3: Intermediates will start to have an understanding of formation riding.</p><p>4: Intermediates will begin to take part in light choreography.</p><p>5: Intermediates will begin friendly competition.</p><p>6: Intermediates will receive grading at the end of season (if applicable).</p><p>​​​<b>Advanced</b><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">​</span></p><p>1: Advanced members will begin learning how to SAFELY use live steel weapons and projectiles in combat scenarios.</p><p>2: Advanced members will be given the option to increase their training regimen with the MCA.</p><p>3: Advanced members (if qualified) will have the opportunity to participate in MCA events.</p><p>4: Advanced members (if qualified) will be given the opportunity to participate in film productions with the MCA.</p><p><b><u>Admission</u></b></p><p><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Admission can be paid online here or at the door.</span></p><p><b>All ages (8 and up): </b>$ 60.00 per session</p><p><b>One-Year Delacour Hall Membership:</b> $ 30.00 (required after your <i><b>first </b></i>session)</p><p><b>*Important Note:</b> Once payment has been received, you will be contacted to discuss a suitable training time and location. The training facility used will be determined by the size and location of the participating group. Note that the training location may change due to weather conditions.</p>
  3. <p>These classes are designed for ages 8 and up, ALL MEMBERS must provide the following:</p><ul><li>Must have valid (AEF) Alberta Equestrian Federation membership prior to joining this program.</li><li>Must have approved helmet and footwear</li><li><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Signed and Completed <b>Mounted Combat Arts Waiver</b></span></li></ul><p><b>Beginner</b></p><p>1: Beginners will learn the very basics of safety while being around and working with horses on the ground.</p><p>2: Beginners will learn to read basic equine behavior patterns.</p><p>3: Beginners will receive the basic knowledge on both working on the ground and mounted positioning and movements.</p><p>4: Beginners will establish fluidity in the walk and trot gates on the horse.</p><p>5: Beginners will have basic safety knowledge of tack and equipment and how to safely tack up and remove tack on a horse</p><p>6: Beginners will have basic knowledge of how to use selected weapons while mounted and on foot.</p><p><b>​​​Intermediate</b></p><p>1: Intermediate level riders will be instructed further on advancing their horsemanship and precision both in riding and weapon handling.</p><p>2: Intermediates will begin to work together with other riders to advance cooperative skills.</p><p>3: Intermediates will start to have an understanding of formation riding.</p><p>4: Intermediates will begin to take part in light choreography.</p><p>5: Intermediates will begin friendly competition.</p><p>6: Intermediates will receive grading at the end of season (if applicable).</p><p>​​​<b>Advanced</b><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">​</span></p><p>1: Advanced members will begin learning how to SAFELY use live steel weapons and projectiles in combat scenarios.</p><p>2: Advanced members will be given the option to increase their training regimen with the MCA.</p><p>3: Advanced members (if qualified) will have the opportunity to participate in MCA events.</p><p>4: Advanced members (if qualified) will be given the opportunity to participate in film productions with the MCA.</p><p><b><u>Admission</u></b></p><p><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Admission can be paid online here or at the door.</span></p><p><b>All ages (8 and up): </b>$ 60.00 per session</p><p><b>One-Year Delacour Hall Membership:</b> $ 30.00 (required after your <i><b>first </b></i>session)</p><p><b>*Important Note:</b> Once payment has been received, you will be contacted to discuss a suitable training time and location. The training facility used will be determined by the size and location of the participating group. Note that the training location may change due to weather conditions.</p>
  4. <p>These classes are designed for ages 8 and up, ALL MEMBERS must provide the following:</p><ul><li>Must have valid (AEF) Alberta Equestrian Federation membership prior to joining this program.</li><li>Must have approved helmet and footwear</li><li><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Signed and Completed <b>Mounted Combat Arts Waiver</b></span></li></ul><p><b>Beginner</b></p><p>1: Beginners will learn the very basics of safety while being around and working with horses on the ground.</p><p>2: Beginners will learn to read basic equine behavior patterns.</p><p>3: Beginners will receive the basic knowledge on both working on the ground and mounted positioning and movements.</p><p>4: Beginners will establish fluidity in the walk and trot gates on the horse.</p><p>5: Beginners will have basic safety knowledge of tack and equipment and how to safely tack up and remove tack on a horse</p><p>6: Beginners will have basic knowledge of how to use selected weapons while mounted and on foot.</p><p><b>​​​Intermediate</b></p><p>1: Intermediate level riders will be instructed further on advancing their horsemanship and precision both in riding and weapon handling.</p><p>2: Intermediates will begin to work together with other riders to advance cooperative skills.</p><p>3: Intermediates will start to have an understanding of formation riding.</p><p>4: Intermediates will begin to take part in light choreography.</p><p>5: Intermediates will begin friendly competition.</p><p>6: Intermediates will receive grading at the end of season (if applicable).</p><p>​​​<b>Advanced</b><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">​</span></p><p>1: Advanced members will begin learning how to SAFELY use live steel weapons and projectiles in combat scenarios.</p><p>2: Advanced members will be given the option to increase their training regimen with the MCA.</p><p>3: Advanced members (if qualified) will have the opportunity to participate in MCA events.</p><p>4: Advanced members (if qualified) will be given the opportunity to participate in film productions with the MCA.</p><p><b><u>Admission</u></b></p><p><span style="letter-spacing: 0px;">Admission can be paid online here or at the door.</span></p><p><b>All ages (8 and up): </b>$ 60.00 per session</p><p><b>One-Year Delacour Hall Membership:</b> $ 30.00 (required after your <i><b>first </b></i>session)</p><p><b>*Important Note:</b> Once payment has been received, you will be contacted to discuss a suitable training time and location. The training facility used will be determined by the size and location of the participating group. Note that the training location may change due to weather conditions.</p>

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