15 Apr - 18 Oct 2019
North - Northumberland
Required Entry Level: BHS Stage 2
• Grooms Pathway
• Professional Rider Pathway
• Complete Horsemanship Pathway
Exam preparation, mentoring and study group day.
Morning session will cover riding, flat and jump, lunge...
26 Aug - 26 Aug 2019
Scotland - Lothian
Stage 1 Care Evenings with Belinda Northcott, BHS Accredited Professional
Venue: RDA Drum 145A Drum St, Edinburgh EH17 8RX
Dates: 26 Aug, 2 Sept, 9 Sept, 16 Sept, 23 Sept, 30 Sept 2019
An evening course for anyone interested in hor...
29 Aug - 29 Aug 2019
Scotland - Ayrshire
Join BHS Ayrshire for a fun night of mounted games for adult riders.
30 Aug - 30 Aug 2019
Training days at SNEC, which will cover the Stage 3 Care syllabus.
31 Aug 2019
West Midlands - Herefordshire - Shropshire - Staffordshire - Warwickshire - Worcestershire
Get your friends together and join us for our adult mounted games competition in memory of our late Regional Chairman, Heather Lucas.
2 Sept 2019
North West - Greater Manchester
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.
2 Sept - 2 Sept 2019
Hampshire - South
Join Wellington Riding for a BHS Stage 4 and Stage 5 training day
9 Sept - 4 Nov 2019
South West - Dorset
This riding course involves: Working to improve balance and security, Mounting, dismounting and checking tack, Working both with and without stirrups, Developing the jumping position, Working over trot poles.
The British Horse Society Stage stable management training programme gives you a thorough understanding of the basic principles of horse care. It is ideal for those wishing to become professional equestrians, preparing them for working in the equine ...
11 Sept - 11 Sept 2019
East Midlands - Derbyshire - Leicestershire - North Lincs - Northamptonshire - Nottinghamshire - South Lincs
These video based talks use slow motion footage which allows the audience to see in detail and understand what is happening as the horse moves.
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