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.
21 Sept 2019
North West - Merseyside
Come and take in the beautiful scenic and quiet area of Cronton Colliery, with all off road tracks and dedicated routes through woodlands and hills, this ride is a lovely place to unwind and relax. Escorted by BHS Stage 4 Riding qualified rider, the...
22 Sept 2019
North - Cumbria
By kind permission of the Hassell-McCosh family and Dalemain Estate
29 Sept 2019
South - Hampshire
A calm fun event, ideal for novice riders and for young horses. Rosettes for all participants
6 Oct 2019
East of England - Hertfordshire
Park up and with a map (written instructions), 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 through undulating rural East Herts landscape. ...
East of England - Bedfordshire
Your horse must have an up to date vaccination record with the latest jab within six months of the date of the event. No horse under 2 years may participate and all children (under 18) must be accompanied by an adult.
12 Oct 2019
East Midlands - Nottinghamshire
Learn new skills to improve your riding and your horse’s way of going. Mary Wanless and Ali Wakelin explore groundwork and rider biomechanics, as well as the influence of the fascia of the horse & rider.
See demonstrations of groundwork, f...
13 Oct 2019
Enjoy the historic landscape and ancient woodlands around Nomansland Common, by following (with a map), the 6 mile route to Symondshyde Great Wood or a 13 mile route to Ayot St Lawrence, including two pub stops if you wish. You can also ride either a...
19 Oct - 19 Oct 2019
Scotland - Ayrshire
Join BHS Scotland through the estate surrounding Dumfries House, Ayrshire.
20 Oct 2019
With a map and written instructions (for two routes) follow the 8, 10 or 16 mile routes though the picturesque village of Lilley and then out into the idyllic countryside. Most of the routes follow wide grassy tracks and part of Britain's oldest road...
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