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Ride centre

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Ariane Proulx

on 24 October 2016

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Transcript of Ride centre

- The mounties or red coats

- Cavalry

The mission of the musical ride is:
The Musical Ride provides the opportunity to experience the heritage and traditions of the RCMP.

The riders act as ambassadors of goodwill who promote the RCMP's image throughout Canada and all over the world.
Ride center
Tours of our stables and museum are available all year around.

When the Musical Ride is in town you can meet the riders and horses.

There is plenty to experience even when the Musical Ride is not at home.
Visit the Musical Ride Centre to tour:

-the stables and visitor centre
-the Riding School
-the Farrier Station
-the Tack Room and;
-see the state Landau ("carriages") used in royal escorts of Her Majesty the Queen
The Musical Ride
The Musical Ride
The Musical Ride performs in up to 50 communities across Canada between the months of May and October.

They help raise thousands of dollars for local charities and non-profit organizations.
A spectacle known around the world...
The RCMP Musical Ride is performed by a full troop of 32 riders and their horses.

Their performance consists of intricate figures and drills choreographed to music.

These movements demand the utmost control, timing and coordination.
Part 2
Part 1
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
(Musical Ride)
When you successfully complete the Cadet Training Program and have been offered employment, you will be hired as a Constable at an annual salary of $50,674.

Usually, within 36 months of service, your annual salary will have increased incrementally to $82,108.
Vacation days
- 0 to 5 years of service = 15 days per year

- 5 to 10 years of service = 20 days per year

- 10 to 22 years of service = 25 days per year

- 23+ years of service = 30 days per year
Pension plan
Family benefits
- 20 years service: retirement with penalty

- 25 years service: full pension

- 35 years service: maximum pension
Family is important to the RCMP and he want to make sure you and yours have access to generous benefits, including medical, dental and family health plans, and group life insurance.

Maternity allowance lets women police officers receive 93% of their weekly rate of pay for a maximum of 17 weeks, and a parental allowance grants all police officers 93% of their weekly rate of pay for a maximum of 37 weeks. Both allowances require that certain conditions are met and leave without pay options are also available to our police officers.
Personal development
A career with the RCMP provides ample opportunities for promotion, professional development, specialization and personal growth.
Sunset Ceremonies
The cavalry is an important aspect of police presence throughout territory, because it provides police patrol and visibility in places that would otherwise be difficult to access.
- Collect thousand of dollars for local bodies
- To work in the cavalry, we need to do a basic course of only five weeks and an intermediate course of six month.
- The cavalry helps forty communities to raise thousands of dollars.
- The musical ride performs in up to fifty communities across Canada.
Description of the unit
The cavalry unit usually includes:

- 8 horses
- 10 officers
- 3 civilian employees (grooms) who take care of the horses and maintain the stables on a daily basis

The riders are divided into 3 work groups of 3 riders. There are 2 work shifts, alternating day and night.
Roles and responsibilities of the cavalry
- Give priority response to the neighbourhood stations (e.g., searches, disappearances, open houses, special events such as parades.)
- Enforce municipal laws and regulations
- Prevent crime
- Patrol the territory in the parks and other areas not accessible to police vehicles
Roles and responsibilities of the cavalry
- Resolve problems related to parks, cycling paths, and green spaces
- Explain the role of the cavalry during school visits or presentations
- Participate in crowd control at events or demonstrations
Services offered
Visit to the stables:

The stables are open for free to visitors, by appointment and based on the riders’ availability.

Services for hire:

It is possible to hire the cavalry for:

- escorting dignitaries
- patrolling parks or other outdoor spaces
- taking part in parades, ceremonies, private celebrations and weddings
part 1
- Tours of stables and museum are available all the years.
- Visit the musical ride center to tour: the stables and visitor center, the riding school, the farrier station and the take room
- The riders act as ambassadors of goodwill who promote the RCMP's image.
- RCMP pays the salary of allthe musical ride employee.
- The weather doesn't have an influence on their performance
part 2
- The musical ride performs between May and October.
- The duration of the show is only thirty minutes.
- Members remain with the ride for a maximum of three years.
- Every year, the musical ride replaces approximately one third of the riders.

- They travel a lot across the Canada
- The musical ride doesn't sell their concert ticket, product.
- If the soil is too wet or if there is a thunderstorm, the show will be cancel.
- The RCMP musical ride branch will only contact applicants selected for one of the three seminars offered each years. Applicants whe were unsuccessful will not receive further correspondence.
part 1
part 2
part 1
part 2
(principal show)
Beginning of Bridal Arch
Diamond formation
Star formation
Wagonwheel formation
Maze formation
Dome formation
Charge formation
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