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...
17 June - 20 June 2019
Ireland - Republic of Ireland
The first BHS Ireland camp of 2019 is at Castle Leslie Estate, Co Monaghan from 15 to 17 February 2019.
20 June 2019
North - Cumbria
How carefully do we assess the mare’s confirmation, temperament, ability and the cost before we decide to put her in foal? When choosing a stallion do you just look at what he’s achieved or should we be looking at his confirmation, temperament and of...
22 June 2019
North West - Cheshire
Thelwall & Lymm have some pleasant riding routes for local equestrians however if you want to visit from further afield you will struggle to find a suitable parking facility. The BHS have secured parking at Laskey Farm and a ride map has been create...
23 June 2019
Don’t miss out on this great training opportunity to hone your skills and strengthen the relationship with your horse – All welcome!
26 June - 22 Aug 2019
Do you really want to join in with Ride Out UK but can’t face riding on the roads? Then join us for a 7 mile off-road route around Cheshire’s beautiful Marbury Country Park.
27 June 2019
Yorkshire - East Yorkshire - East Midlands - North Lincs
Join Sarah Simpson BHSI and Lead Assessor for a day looking at the required standards for BHS Stage 3 and 4 teach assessments.
28 June - 30 June 2019
Ireland - Northern Ireland
The camp will begin on the Friday morning and end on the Sunday afternoon. There will be six lessons on offer spread over the three days and we will have a selection of top instructors/coaches to keep us all inspired and motivated.
2 July - 3 July 2019
Lancashire - North West
Join Eccleston Equestrian Centre for a BHS Ride Safe training course.
3 July 2019
East Midlands - Northamptonshire
An evening with Anne Skivington BSc (hons) AdvCertVPhys MIRVAP for a discussion and insight into the horse's lower leg, its structure and function.
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