Airlinguee’s horseback riding staycations and junior camps’ cancellation policy.

Horseback riding camps, equestrian show jumping, horseback riding hacks, trail riding, cross country and horseball:

We highly recommend taking out a private insurance policy against cancellations, accidents and illnesses during your stay in Ireland.

No refunds will be granted for the following Teenage Equestrian Camps in Ireland:

  • Program 1:Junior Equestrian Camp Ireland
  • Program 2: Horseback Riding and English Camp Ireland
  • Program 4.1: Levelled Horse Riding and English Camp Ireland
  • Program 4.2: Show Jumping and English
  • Program 4.3: Intensive Show Jumping and English 
  • Program 5: English and Equestrian Horse Riding Camp
  • Program 6: Intensive Equestrian Camp in Ireland

 

  • Program 3: Horseball Youth Camps:
  • The amount is refundable with a minimum notice of 14 days before the start of the course.
  • For cancellations between 7-13 days before the start of the course, 50% of the camp course fee will be refunded.
  • For cancellations less than 7 days before the start of the course, no refund will be made.
  • Registration is non-refundable.

 

Airlinguee’s cancellation policy for Adult Horseback Riding Programs in Ground work, Show Jumping, Horseback Riding, Cross-Country and Trail Riding:

We highly recommend taking out a private insurance policy against cancellations, accidents and illnesses during your stay in Ireland.

No refunds will be granted for the following Adult Horseback Riding Holidays in Ireland:

  • Program 7: Young Adult Equestrian Camps
  • Program 8: Horseback Riding Hacks / Trail Riding Ireland
  • Program 9: Specialised Competitive Show Jumping Course
  • Program 10 & 11: Equestrian Horse Riding Hacks /  Adult Equestrian Horse: Cancellations may be accepted up to 24 hours before first day of arrival. Cancellations thereafter will incur the first night being charged.   

Cancellations on commencement of equestrian horseback riding camps:

  • No refund will be made once the student  has started the equestrian staycation, horseback riding camp or holiday.

 

Student behaviour during the equestrian camps in Ireland:

To ensure the smooth running of the equestrian horseback riding junior camps, each student is obliged to comply with the rules and regulations, respect the english language teachers, horse riding instructors, group leaders and staff members of the equestrian centres and horse riding schools. In the event that the student does not adhere to the rules of the equestrian centres, language schools, residences and their employees: horse riding instructors, english teachers, group leaders, or alters the dynamics of groups or classes due to bad behaviour during their stay in Ireland and has received 1 official warning from a member of staff, Airlinguee, and or the equestrian centre and its employees have the right to expel the student from the course. Likewise, the costs and the organisation of the student’s return to their destination must be borne by their parents or guardians.

 

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