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BHS National Convention 2016 Sponsored by SEIB Insurance Brokers

7 Mar 2016

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We’re delighted that the 2016 SEIB/British Horse Society National Convention, will be hosted by Nick Turner FBHS and High Performance Manager for Eventing Ireland as one of our esteemed presenters on the day. Nick specialises in Eventing so will provide an interesting and educational start to the convention. Watch this space as we complete the line up to deliver another sell-out event for your to enjoy.

Nick will be taking us through coaching sessions with guinea pig horses and riders of varying levels providing cross-country training at 1m, intermediate and then arena eventing.

The day will finish with an “ask the expert” session with the opportunity for questions from the audience.

The day is a great opportunity for coaches, riders and judges, and anyone who simply enjoys cross-country to learn from Nick. The day counts as CPD for BHS Registered Instructors.

Our Presenters

About Nick...

Nick Turner FBHS (Fellow of the British Horse Society) has a wealth of experience in many equestrian disciplines and specialises in eventing.

In January 2013, Horse Sport Ireland announced the appointment of Nick as the new High Performance Manager for Eventing Ireland with the main objective of qualifying the Irish Eventing Team for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

Nick's other roles include being a founder member of the Coaching Development Team, BE Accredited coach and is a trainer RoR (Retraining of Racehorses).


Fellow of the British Horse Society ( FBHS )
Member of the British Equestrian Federation Coaching Development Team
British Eventing Accredited Coach
British Dressage Accredited Trainer
Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Sport

Ben Hobday
Ben Hobday event rider

Ben Hobday, the hugely popular event rider and social media personality who recently beat cancer, will be joining us at the Convention on Monday 7 March 2016 at Hartpury College, Gloucester. Ben will be making an appearance in addition to confirm speakers Nick Turner FBHS and FEI Official International Judge Stephen Clarke FBHS where he will deliver a motivational and inspirational speech – a brand new additional element to the National Convention agenda. With his abundant charisma, open communication and infectious personality, Ben has has amassed a large following across the equestrian world.  He will be joining us in this new year to share his stories and experiences as a successful event rider – it’s certain to be an entertaining and insightful addition to the Convention. 

About Ben... 

A 27-year-old event rider operating from Somerford Park in Cheshire, Ben has previously worked for acclaimed show jumper, William Funnell. Having also had the chance to absorb priceless knowledge from William's wife - top international three day event rider Pippa Funnell MBE, Ben gained invaluable experience from his time with the Funnell’s. Ben went on to build up his impressive portfolio as a young rider, taking individual bronze and team gold at the young rider Europeans in Germany, winning the U21 National championships and as well as being selected for the World Class Start Programme. Since then, Ben has jumped double clear around some of the biggest events in the world including Badminton, Burghley, Bramham, Blenheim, as well as completing Pau four star. 

About Stephen... 

Stephen Clarke's career has taken him all over the world to all major dressage competitions including World Cup Finals, European Championships, World Equestrian Games and Olympic games including the London 2012 Olympics where he acted at President of the Grand Jury. His most recent achievement is his unanimous election as FEI Dressage Judge General by the 5* Judges present at the annual FEI 5* Judges seminar held in Paris this January. 
"I am delighted to be involved with the BHS Convention.The BHS's principles of horsemanship are a wonderful example to the rest of World, particularly when it comes to correct training and fair treatment of our equine partners. Horse welfare is the number one priority" Stephen Clarke FBHS.



Please note that any tickets purchased after 2 March will have to be picked up on the day, at registration.

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