2019 Clay Shoot
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2019 Clay Shoot

When: October 1, 2019
Where: Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club
2920 - 220th Street E.
Prior Lake, Minnesota  55372
United States
Contact: 651-697-1954

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Each shooter is REQUIRED to submit a Liability Waiver - Waivers can be submitted to emily@batc.org.

*Submit your waiver by 9/17/2019 to be automatically entered in a drawing for $500 Member Bucks!


When: October 1st, 2019

Where: Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club | 2920 - 220th Street E., Prior Lake, MN 55372

Cost: $150 per shooter | $50 dinner only

Schedule: (Tentative - may be subject to change)

 11:30 AM Instructional Session for New & Inexperienced Shooters
 12:00 PM  Check-in & Registration
 1:00 PM Orientation & Safety Talk
 1:30 PM Clay Shoot Begins
 4:30 PM Social
 5:00/6:00 PM Dinner, Raffle & Awards

Dinner Menu:

Plated Pheasant
Salad, Vegetables, Baby Red Potatoes, Bread & Butter
Homemade Apple Crisp


Gun Rental
Guns can be rented on site at the Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club for $15


Cancellation Policy
Cancellations received in writing on or before September 24, 2019 are fully refundable. No refunds will be allowed after September 24, 2019. Non-payment or non-attendance does not constitute cancellation. Substitutions may be made at any time for confirmed registrants. Notice of substitutions must be made in writing and sent to: emily@batc.org.


View photos from last year's event here

Thank You to Our Hosts: The Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club and the BATC-Housing First Minnesota Young Professionals Committee.
View photos from last years event here


Thank You to Our Sponsors



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