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Posted 7/6/2016 10:19:06 PM


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Woodside Eventing Center is a top notch training facility, catering to elite event riders and their horses. Every year, they hold a summer long summer camp for the best of the best, pulling the best eventing teens from across the nation. Teens start trickling in during the last two weeks of May, as school is getting out, and the first of June, the camp officially starts. The students come from all over the country to have a chance with the best trainers available, showing almost every weekend, and more. They each can bring two horses, plus WEC provides a green horse that they train over the course of the summer, and have the chance to buy at the end of the summer.
We'll start the first of June, we'll each have a girl and a boy, and I'll be doing the head trainer too. 16-17


Aisle- The barn has 40 stalls, 20 on each end, split in the middle with 6 crossties on one side, two wash racks on the other, and inbetween the wash racks, the door into the main indoor arena. Five cross ties are available on eah side of the barn as well, in the aisle.

Stall-The front of each stall has a flip around feeder, a rack with hooks for up to three halters, a blanket bar, and space for a tack trunk.

Crossties-Six crossties are situated in the middle of the barn, with bridle and saddle racks available for each one, as well as shelving for grooming equipment.

Tack room- Tack room has a few tables and chairs in the center of the room, as well as saddle racks for tack cleaning. These tack lockers circle the perimeter, one per rider, and more saddle racks are available if required. The tack room is on the side of the barn opposite the house, with the feed room on the side closest the house. Across the aisle for both rooms is a bathroom, and a lounge area with a fridge and such, and a staircase leading to the upstairs of the barn.

Main indoor- the main indoor arena attatched directly to the middle of the barn. Jumps are available in all arenas

The viewing room- overlooks the main arena and is on the second floor of the barn, along with a meeting room and several offices.


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Posted 7/6/2016 10:21:25 PM


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Indoor- the second and third arena are to either side of the barn, accessible by covered pathways.

Round pen- covered round pen is also accessible by a covered walkway. Hotwalker encircles it, saving space.

The house-Has a main living area with a kitchen, dining area, living area, and media room, and on either side is the boy and girl wings. Eah side has five bedrooms, with two people per room, and a spacious common room, with a small kitchen for snacks. Each bedroom has two walk in closests, a large bathroom, a bed, and a desk. The upper floor has more offices and staff bedrooms, a staff living area, and small kitchen. A pool and a patio are on the backside of the house.

Not pictured- a massive cross country course, tons of turnouts, both large pastures and small individual paddocks, five outdoor arenas, etc.

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Posted 7/7/2016 7:58:00 AM


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Name Aria "Ri" Locke
Age 25
Gender girly
Personality she's a hard worker, intelligent, and doesn't let things get in her way. She's an excellent teacher
Bio Ri has been riding since a very young age, and has been successful at a national and international level. She's been to the Olympics, and other world class events, and done very well. She's been invited to be the head trainer for the camp at WEC, and she gladly accepted. She's taken along her competition mare, unwilling to part from her or let her get out of shape.
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SN Cake By The Ocean
BN Ouisie (Wee-zee)
Breed KWPN
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Posted 7/7/2016 8:22:05 AM


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Name Reyna "Rey" Harden
Age 17
Gender girly
Personality intense, hardworking, determined, friendly, but she 's not going to let relationships get in the way of her riding. She's highly intelligent and funny, and an amazing rider.
Bio Rey has been riding since she was about a year old, due to her parents being eventers themselves, and she hasn't looked back. She began competing around age four, going to pony finals every year until she was ten, and when she was seven, she started eventing as well, beginning annual trips to the AECs when she was ten, bringing great success, at the moment she's competing at Intermediate, the highest she legally can, and winning every weekend, she has walls of her room at home dedicated to ribbons and awards. She's currently the best young rider in the country, and she's the reigning champion at the NAYRJC. She currently lives in Kentucky, where she moved with her parents three years ago to access better training and competitions. Tyler is her fraternal twin, and she's proud to say that she's topping him almost every show.
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SN Pumped Up Kicks
BN Kit
Breed Hanoverian
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SN Sagittarius
BN Sam
Breed Thoroughbred
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SN Ol' Razzle Dazzle
BN Razzie
Breed American Warmblood
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Name Tyler Harden
Age 17
Gender guy
Personality almost the same as Rey, but he's much more chill and willing to compromise
Bio Same as Rey, but he's always placing second behind his sister.
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SN Queen of Hearts
BN Queenie
Breed KWPN
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SN Head In The Clouds
BN Bird
Breed Mustang
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BN Prim
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Posted 7/7/2016 4:09:48 PM


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Name: Ava Sterling
Age: 17
Gender: Girl
Personality: Kind, fiercely competitive, loyal, smart.
Bio: Ava has been riding since she was born. Her parents are avid eventers, and have competed in France and the US. Ava was born in France and moved to the US when she was 8. She frequently competes in the French circuit, bringing home the championship title there every year. She has won many events in the US also.
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SN: Cheval de la France
BN: Frenchy
Breed: Selle Francais
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SN: Jazz Style
BN: Jazz
Breed: Dutch Warmblood
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SN: Wind in the Willows
BN: Windy
Breed: Mustang
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Name: Lucas King
Age: 17
Gender: boy
Personality: Funny, less competitive than Ava, smart, a bit arrogant.
Bio: Lucas has been eventing since he was 3. His parents mainly compete in dressage, but support their son's interest in eventing. He has won many titles, including champion eventer of England. He mainly competes in the US, but goes to England once or twice a year.
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SN: Ocean Wave
BN: Ocean
Breed: Arabian
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SN: Shimmering Falls
BN: Waterfall
Breed: English Warmblood
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SN: Bright as a Copper Penny
BN: Penny
Breed: Dutch Warmblood
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Posted 7/7/2016 6:40:41 PM


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Let's start!

Ava pulled up to the facility in her red pickup, pulling a trailer with her two horses. She jumped out and walked over to the table that was set up in front of the barn. "Hi, I'm Ava." She introduced herself to the trainer.



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Posted 7/7/2016 7:46:47 PM


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Ri had a table spread out in front of the barn's main entrance, and was waiting for the riders and horses left to arrive, about 3/4 were left, the other five or so having arrived in the week or two previously, as soon as they could, really. "Hi, I'm Aria Locke, or Ri, the head trainer for the summer" she introduced herself to the girl, Ava. "What's your last name?" She questioned, shuffling through the stack of manilla folders with facility maps, schedules, rules, stall and tack room information, horse care information, and dorm information. "Ava Sterling? Get everything settled in and meet your roommate, dinner's at six, make sure you are there because Haley makes great food and we're going over everything you will need to know for the next two months."

Rey and Tyler had been the first students to arrive, a full week and a half ago, due to their private school having an extremely early end to the school year. They were now fully settled in, with their two horses each installed in the barn, but an empty stall seperated the twins on the side of the barn closest to the house, and another single stall empty between Tyler's two horses and the feed room. They were spending their days organizing their dorms and tack lockers, each being fairly OCD and extremely neat people, and keeping themselves and their horses fit, establishing a strict regime of working out, riding, extremely controlled diets to properly fuel themselves and their partners, and goofing around with eachother and their ponies in between, because no matter how intense the twins were, they knew how to have fun, and were best friends,

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Posted 7/7/2016 10:28:44 PM


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Ava nodded and took the papers. She glanced through them, finding her room and stall numbers. "Thanks." She tucked them in her pocket and walked back to the trailer to unload her ponies. She opened the door on the left and clucked at the horse, Windy. The mare stepped down carefully and Ava grabbed her halter when it was in reach. She took her to the stall and settled her in.

Lucas pulled in a few minutes later. He jumped out of his silver F350 and went up to the table. "Lucas King."



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Posted 7/8/2016 8:07:30 AM


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So she's got Frenchy and Jazz with her, but Windy is being provided by the barn and she will get her the next day.

"Alright, here's your packet, get all your things and horses settled in and be at dinner at 6, where we'll go over everything you need to know." Ri told him. "And by the way, my name is Aria Locke, but please call me Ri."

The twins were in the barn, grooming on Sam and Bird, respectively. They were quite loud, accidentally, laughing and talking, but no one had told them to stop yet, so they continued. The bridles hanging up together were the only indication that they would ride, which was their plan, intending to invite anyone who inquired.

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Posted 7/8/2016 12:15:28 PM


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Right.

Ava finished getting Jazz settled. She was the in stall next to the twins' horses. Ava walked up to them. "Hey, I'm Ava."

Lucas nodded. He looked through them to find his stall numbers before walking back to his trailer. The horses nickered at him, indicating that they wanted out. He smiled. "I'm on it." He opened up the door to one of the slots and Ocean carefully got out. He grabbed her lead and took her to her new stall.



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