17 Apr 2018
East of England - Norfolk
With guest instructors, Carole Broad FBHS, Jo Winfield FBHS and Caroline Meads BHSI. There are several clinics so please visit the website for more details and for who is teaching each month.
18 Apr 2018
South West - Devon
Whatever your level or ability there is something for everyone at this great opportunity for some jumping training with a BHS Accredited Professional Coach.
19 Apr 2018
East of England - Cambridgeshire
This clinic is aimed at any horse and rider combination, keen to gain confidence and improve their skills in show jumping. If you have any questions, please contact Beth directly.
22 Apr 2018
East of England - Bedfordshire
Whilst these sessions are really intended for those with some horse agility training or with good ground handling skills, we will be able to accept a couple of complete beginners per session. It is however a basic requirement that you can lead your h...
24 Apr 2018
This course is aimed at people who are working towards or preparing people for exams.The course is also suitable for Coaches who are working with riders and horses to develop rider skills and horse technique over courses. The day is also ideal for an...
26 Apr - 26 Apr 2018
Yorkshire - East Yorkshire - North East Yorkshire - North West Yorkshire - South Yorkshire - West Yorkshire
CPD Training Day with Yogi Breisner at Bishop Burton College
27 Apr 2018
Whether you are looking to start you BHS Equine Excellence Pathway at Stage 1 or are working towards your Stage 5 (Stable Managers) this is a great training opportunity with Robert Pickles, a Fellow of the British Horse Society and BHS Chief Assessor
27 Apr - 29 Apr 2018
South - Berkshire - Buckinghamshire - Hampshire - Isle of Wight - Oxfordshire
The camps are open to BHS Members and places will be limited, secured by deposit on a first-come-first-served basis. They are open to riders of all levels, who will be grouped accordingly for ridden sessions, and the focus of the camp is to boost con...
28 Apr 2018
An all day fun clinic starting with an assessment of horse and rider. Following that the day begins with groundwork, being able to move your horses feet where you need them to go. Once this is mastered you will progress onto ridden work.
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