IEA Bootcamp Registration
This registration is only for those campers who compete on the Triton Stables Interscholastic Equestrian Association Team. If you do not meet this criteria, please use our website links for the Beginner Camper or Intermediate/Advanced Camper Summer Camp registrations or email for additional inquiries.
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Child's Name *
Parent/Guardian Name *
Contact Email *
Contact Phone *
Emergency Contact Information (Name/Phone Number) *
Week(s) you would like to attend (Please choose carefully, only a limited number of campers are accepted per week): *
Height of Child (So we can match a horse) *
Weight of Child (So we can match a horse) *
Age of Child *
Are you registering multiple children in your household? *
If you answered "yes" above, please list the other children here so we may link your registrations. *
Special Requests or Restrictions? (We will try to accommodate all campers and will contact you directly if we are unable to meet them)
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I understand that a $100 non-refundable deposit (per child, per week they are registered) must be dropped in the payment box in Megan's barn to hold your child's slot for camp. **If the deposit is not received two weeks after your registration has been confirmed, your child's spot will be offered to someone on the waitlist.** *
I understand that I will have to pay the remaining balance before the first day of camp and will be subject to any fees for bounced checks or other issues associated with my payment. *
Please sign/type your name below to acknowledge and accept: All camp registrations are made at the rider's and guardian's own risk with the understanding that there is an inherent risk in riding horses and the participation in this camp involves risks and dangers including the potential for bodily injury, sickness and disease (including communicable disease), trauma, pain and suffering, permanent disability, paralysis and death, loss of or damage to personal property. Neither Triton Stables, Shep Welles, Megan Ward, nor the employees will be responsible for any accident or loss which may occur to a camp participant, animal or equipment at the Triton Stables Summer Camp. Under North Carolina Law, and equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting exclusively from the inherent risks of equine activities. Chapter 99E of the North Carolina General Statutes. *
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