16 Sept - 16 Sept 2019
South East - East Sussex - West Sussex - Surrey
This training day is open for anyone to attend and would be of particular interest to those people who instruct candidates towards BHS Stage 2 Teach level or those candidates who are looking to take the qualification in the future.
20 Sept - 22 Sept 2019
Scotland - Fife
Join BHS Scotland for the popular adult only riding camp in September 2019.
22 Sept - 24 Sept 2019
South East - Surrey
Building on the success of our previous coaching conventions The British Horse Society will be holding five National Conventions in 2019. Previously targeted at the Society’s Accredited Coaches these events have been expanded to include a new day ded...
23 Sept 2019
Ireland - Republic of Ireland
Level: All Welcome, counts as Continual Professional Development for BHS Accredited Professional Coach Register. This course is aimed at all levels and will be very beneficial for those preparing for the Stage 3 Teach.
The content of the course will ...
23 Sept - 11 Nov 2019
Join Quob Stables for a BHS Stage 1 training course
24 Sept 2019
Level: All Welcome
2 Oct 2019
East of England - Hertfordshire
The Royal Veterinary College Equine team, in conjunction with The British Horse Society Hertfordshire, organise a series of popular talks for all horse riders and owners.
2 Oct - 6 Oct 2019
Join us at the NEC Birmingham from 2-6 October for the Horse of the Year Show - the ultimate celebration of the horse!
6 Oct 2019
North West - Cheshire - Greater Manchester - Isle of Man - Lancashire - Merseyside - Wirral
Due to the great success and feedback from our Platinum Celebration Dressage Championship last year, BHS North West will be once again running our Dressage Championship with five local area qualifiers.
9 Oct - 9 Oct 2019
East Midlands - Derbyshire - Leicestershire - North Lincs - Northamptonshire - Nottinghamshire - South Lincs
Video based talks by Gillian Higgins of Horses Inside Out using slow motion footage which allows the audience to see in detail and understand what is happening as the horse moves.
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