Q: What is included in my tuition?
A: The tuition includes one stall, rope, gift bag and breakfast and lunch each day of the clinic for the student.
Q: Will I need more than 1 horse?
A: It is not necessary to bring more than 1 horse, but you’re certainly welcome to for a stall fee of $50 for the weekend.
Q: Is my family welcome to come and watch me during the clinic?
A: Yes! NRS welcomes all family members and friends to come visit our facility and watch. The only exception is for specified clinics where an auditor’s fee will be charged at the door.
Q: Can the individuals that come with me join me for breakfast and lunch?
A: Yes, guests are always more than welcome to join; there is a cost of $10 for breakfast and $15 for lunch per person.
Q: I’m going to need to lease a horse. Will I need to bring my own tack, equipment and feed?
A: No. NRS will provide all of the equipment and feed necessary for your lease horse.
Q: What will I need to bring for the stall I’m going to be keeping my horse in?
A: You will need to bring buckets for feed and water, shavings (if desired; our stalls are dirt floors), and all feed and hay for your horse. If you run out, the NRS Feed store is just up the hill with anything you need to purchase.
Q: What is required to hold my spot in a clinic?
A: Tuition is required to be paid in full to hold your spot for the clinic. We prefer for everything to be paid in full before the clinic; but as long as the tuition is paid in full before the clinic, we can settle up on unfinished business at some point during the clinic.
Q: Do I need to check in with someone when I arrive at the clinic?
A: There is no official Check-in process, All hookups and stalls on the east side as well as all stalls in the arena are turned on and unlocked so feel free to hookup to and put your horse in any open hookup and stall! If you have a bunkhouse, they will be ready to go, just use your Code to get in. If you have any problems at all, call: 940-626-9192. Other than that, all you need to do is show up at 8 am in the cookhouse for breakfast the first day of the clinic, and we will fill you in from there! Your horse will not need to be saddled before breakfast, just feed them and we will tell you when to saddle!
Q: How long will it take to process my tuition?
A: This process will take 24-48 hours. Once processed we will email a clinic packet with more information regarding your clinic. You will also be receiving an automated email from our booking system at the time of booking that will tell you all the transaction details of everything you’ve booked. If you’ve booked a bunkhouse or cabin, you will get another automated email the day before your scheduled arrival date with the code to your bunkhouse or cabin.
Q: How soon will I need to sign up before the clinic I’m interested in will fill up?
A: It is recommended you sign up for the clinic you’re interested in 3 months before the clinic starts. With the limited number of students we take clinics fill up fast.
Q: I’m signed up as an alternate for a clinic. How much notice will I have before I know if I’m going to get into the clinic?
A: Unfortunately emergencies happen at the most inopportune times. Therefore, it is impossible for us to know if or when an opening will come up. You may get 1 months’ notice or you may get 1 days’ notice.
Q: What time should I arrive for the clinic?
A: All of our clinics start at 8:00 A.M. Therefore, be there in time to get settled before breakfast. If you’re traveling in from a distance we recommend you arrive the night before and get yourself and your horse(s) settled for an evening of rest.
Q: What if I have to cancel or cannot make it to the clinic?
A: If you cancel out outside of 30 days prior to the clinic you quality for a full refund or we can roll you to another clinic.
If you cancel 30 days or less prior to the clinic you would qualify for 50% refund of the tuition or 50% of the tuition rolled to another clinic.
Q: What is in the bunkhouse?
A: Included in Bunkhouses:
- 2 double beds
- TV with Dish Network
- Table and chairs
- Coffee & coffee pot
- Full bathroom
- Night stand
- Alarm Clock
- Travel sized toiletries
- Handicap capable bunhourse available with wheelchair accessible bathroom and shower
Q: I want to learn how to rope, but am not ready to do it horseback. Does NRS offer anything for students wanting to do groundwork only?
A: Yes! You’re welcome to come and join in and only do groundwork for a fee of $50. This fee includes breakfast and lunch. You will need to sign up in advance.
Q: I’m going to be leasing a horse during my roping clinic. I know NRS has a jackpot team roping. Can I lease a horse for the jackpot?
A: No. NRS only leases horses during clinics.
Q: Does NRS lease horses for any type of clinic?
A: No. NRS only has lease horses available for team roping clinics.