2 Dec 2017
South - Hampshire
An essential course for anyone handling and riding horses, providing practical guidance on first aid procedures should you be at the scene of an accident.
3 Dec 2017
East of England - Hertfordshire
Park up, take a map and written instructions and follow the 10 mile route to Gravesend and back by the south of Furneux Pelham or follow the four new routes around Albury that vary between 10 and 16 miles. All these routes contain some on road riding...
5 Dec - 5 Dec 2017
Join BHS Fellow Carole Broad for a day of training for the Stage 4 Senior Groom (Level 4 Diploma in Horse Knowledge, Care and Management), and also for BHS Stage 5 Performance Coach in Complete Horsemanship (formerly known as BHSI) sections: Stage 5 ...
5 Dec 2017
West Midlands - Herefordshire
Do you ride on the road?
If so, do you know your rights, responsibilities and the law? Do you ride on the pavement, ride two abreast, use a mobile when riding a horse, or have you suffered from road rage and dangerous driving?
Keen to learn more abou...
7 Dec 2017
If you would like to do both courses and book the whole day, then there is a £10 discount and the total will be £175
8 Dec 2017
South West - Devon - Somerset - Cornwall
A fun flatwork class using ground poles to improve rhythm, balance and co ordination in all paces. No jumping required! Gradually built up exercises to build confidence starting in walk.
All ages and abilities welcome.
9 Dec 2017
East Midlands - North Lincs
Flatwork with poles clinic presented by Caroline Peatfield, BHSI, BE Acc Coach at Riseholme Equestrian Centre
South East - East Sussex
This Clinic is instructed by Debbie Melville BHSI, it covers flatwork, flatwork with poles or jumping.
10 Dec 2017
South West - Devon - Cornwall
Improve your confidence over poles and fences with BHS Accredited Professional Coach, Louise Sharpe. All ages and abilities welcome.
South West - Cornwall - Devon
Do you want to find new friends to ride with? Are you a bit nervous of hacking on your own? Do you want to enjoy riding your horse more?
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