Dates:
First Weekend in June 2018
Begins 9:00am June 1st
Ends 4:00pm 3rd

Location:
Stonehenge Farms
9755 Willamette St. Aumsville, OR 97325

Contact:
Event Steward
Troy Griffith (Sir William Brannan)
(541) 535-7974 - Email - Facebook

Admission:
All three days -
Adults $30 - Children Free
Saturday Only -
Adults $20 - Children Free
*SCA Member Discount: $5


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Jousting 101-301

An introduction to the practices required to prepare you and your horse to take part in arguably the most exciting of all medieval equestrian sports. This class will deal with the training of the horse for the joust as well instruction for the rider in correct lance handling techniques. The first part of this three part class will take place Friday night and will be a technique and armore discussions. Part two will be Saturday before lunch and be a mounted "skill building" session, but will require no armor; lasting one hour. Parth three will also take place on Satruday, after lunch and include passes with armor, and should last one and half hours. (Jousting Resources)

Instructor

 

Guillaume de Garrigues (aka Jonathan Garrigues)

Guillaume de Garrigues is a past Guildhead of the Madrone Equestrian Guild and has an obsessive interest in the smooth running of equestrian tournaments. He is the creator of the Noblesse Oblige tournament format (first seen at Day of Tilt) and continually nags people to fill out MEG "after-event reports" to record what worked well and what needs improvements. He's also an active member of the Pewterers guild and enjoys playing and singing period music. He is a member of the Ordo Equii and received a Lion's Torse for his magnificent equestrian kit.