25 June 2018
East of England - Bedfordshire
Sarah Witkin, BHSAI and qualified AT teacher, will lead an unmounted workshop introducing you to the benefits of Alexander Technique to improve your riding and harmony with your horse.
1 July 2018
East of England - Hertfordshire
Park up, take a map and written instructions and follow the 11 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...
4 July - 4 July 2018
North West - Merseyside
MAP YOUR RIDE - Why it is important? By 2026 none formally recorded bridleways/routes will be extinguished! Our aim is to safeguard them for public use. Just because you currently ride this route, doesn’t mean its protected.
8 July 2018
East Midlands - Leicestershire
Difficulty GRADE 1 This Ride is a much-loved favourite. The route is entirely on the private estate of Exton Park (North of Rutland Water) and we use it by courtesy of Lord Gainsborough. It uses BWs, and private tracks and Estate roads not normally a...
Park up, take a map and follow either the 8 mile or 15 mile routes through the new Hartwood Forest to Harpenden Common
15 July 2018
Park up after 10.30am and ride out with Alison and the group at 11am or on your own anytime before 2pm (in the winter)and 4pm (in the summer).
30 July 2018
South - Buckinghamshire
This course counts as CPD for Accredited Professional Coaches. Everyone Welcome.
5 Aug 2018
North West - Lancashire
This year the British Horse Society Lancashire Committee are kindly sponsoring six bursaries for Ride Safe training on 31 July & 1 August and the Assessment on 5 August 2018.
6 Aug 2018
West Midlands - Herefordshire - Staffordshire - Shropshire - Warwickshire - Worcestershire
Presented by Becky Johnson, BHSI, this course is aimed at Coaches who are working with young people and children. It is suitable for those that hold BHS Stage 3 Coach in Complete Horsemanship or UKCC Level 2 and for those developing their aware...
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