Medieval Horse Collegium and Clinic


Hosted by Device of Wyewood

The Barony of Wyewood (South King County, WA)

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Aeschire Gearranagh
Date: April 26 , 2003 until April, 27 2003
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on April 26th 2003
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on April 27th 2003

(Updated April 212003)

Dates: April 26-27, 2003
Host: Shire of Wyewood
Location: High Valley Saddle Club, between Renton and Issaquah 19850 SE127th
Wonderful 100ft x 200ft sand arena!!
Autocrat/EMIC: Aeschine Gearranagh jusright12@hotmail 206-387-0324

One day, Saturday, of equestrian classes, both of the riding and non-riding variety. Followed by a challenge course on Sunday for the enjoyment of all and the prize of medieval leather reins. There will be a short patron court to award the winning rider their prize. practice time sunday afternoon.

Site fee: $5.00, no extra fees for horses

Site opens Sat. 9 am Classes start at 10am, lunch 1-2pm, classes end at 6pm. Sun. – Challenge course starts at 10 am. Site closes at 3pm.

To register for classes, call Aeschine at 206-387-0324.

Bring drinking water and lunch. Nearest food is a couple miles away. Please pack out garbage.

Classes – (of the non-riding variety):

  • How to brush and saddle a horse (hands on) – taught by Mistress Kerij-e
    The basic steps you need to know, whether you rent or borrow a horse.

  • Are horses period? taught by Mistress Kerij-e
  • Bringing your horse to an event taught by Mistress Kerij-e
    What you need to know about camping with your horse at an SCA event: what to expect, what to bring, and how to have a good time!

  • Introducing a new horse or rental to SCA equestrian games
  • Don’t want to ride, but like horses – have we got a job for you, Ground crew – a learn on the job class!
  • Medieval garb for horses taught by Aeschine
    Quick and easy ways to dress your horse, and a brief history of barding.

  • How to autocrat an event with horses taught by Mistress Kerij-e
    Learn the important details about having horse activities at your event. We’ll discuss insurance, advertising, equestrian marshalls, boarding, venues and all those little details.

  • What is an equestrian marshall taught by Sir Rapheal the Rogue
    Learn what skills and knowledge are needed to become an equestrian marshall.

  • Intro to equestrian games

Now for the riding classes:
Classes will be conducted as a clinic with both mounted – unmounted students, unlimited. You can learn a lot by watching and asking questions. The classes will be focusing on tips and techniques to improve your score. Each class will focus on a particular game.

  • Rings
  • Quintain
  • Javelin/Pigsticking
  • Heads


    No rental horses, sorry.
    Limited room for horses to stay overnight. Horse owners must provide their own paddocks. Horses only will be allowed to stay on site overnight – Non-camping site.

    There is a private campground less than a mile from the site, has both RV and tent camping – Issaquah Highlands Camping Club – 425-392-2351

    Non-potable water, water for horses is available on site. Please clean up all manure.!!!

    Limited parking, please carpool.

    Volunteers needed to help with the event.

    More info will be posted as it is confirmed.

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