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  • AMCC ART day - Last for 2015 season - March 19 2016

    The 2015/16
    Advanced Rider Training Season is coming to an end. Its been a fantastic season, so don't miss the last one.



    DATES


    Just under a month away the last ART day for the season will be on. With this summer being such a hot event, each and every ART day has also been some of the best. Don't miss out get your entry in now and come and join us for the end of Summer fun.


    P.S. feel free to yell if you need to know anything or need advice on what to wear or bring.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: AMCC ART day - Last for 2015 season - March 19 2016 started by OutForADuck View original post
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    1. Ntoxcated's Avatar
      Ntoxcated -
      Only a week to go. Get your entries in to Colleen for the last ART day before the winter break.
    1. OutForADuck's Avatar
      OutForADuck -
      Quote Originally Posted by Ntoxcated View Post
      Only a week to go. Get your entries in to Colleen for the last ART day before the winter break.
      Rock on Guys... last one of the season. Lets put in a show and have some fun before it all runs out.

      Weather is looking like we might get a light shower late in the afternoon (so could be after we are finished), although who knows as Hampton has its own weather pattern.

      Should be a great day!!!
    1. OutForADuck's Avatar
      OutForADuck -
      Quote Originally Posted by OutForADuck View Post
      Rock on Guys... last one of the season. Lets put in a show and have some fun before it all runs out.

      Weather is looking like we might get a light shower late in the afternoon (so could be after we are finished), although who knows as Hampton has its own weather pattern.

      Should be a great day!!!
      P.S. I did a survey the other day and it said my mental age was 27!!! if your've seen me you know that's a wee way off... just goes to prove, staying young is about acting young :-).
    1. Mort's Avatar
      Mort -
      About time this post was removed from the front page of KB (and the other posts)