This event will take place online via Zoom
A great opportunity through the virtual world, from the comfort of their own homes. This virtual event will be aired through Zoom, upon completion of payment a Zoom invitation will be sent through.
The day will start at 10am, the host will set the meeting up and accept all logging on.
- Session 1 - Pilates with Carla Jones, qualified fitness instructor will start your day, putting more oxygen into your system and getting you more energised, a practical and fun Pilates session working on core stability.
- Session 2 – Take a look at grassroot eventing. An interesting overview from expert trainer Sarah Simpson, BHS Stage 5 Performance Coach and British Eventing Accredited Trainer, guiding you through the step’s to take into eventing, how to build fitness in you and your horse as well as covering rules and how to enjoy it.
- Session 3 – Help your farrier, help your horse. A fascinating chat discovering hints and tips from registered farrier, Sam Crompton who is registered with the Farriers Registration Council and a member of the BFBA. As the season changes so will your horse’s hooves, Sam will provide top tips you can use to help manage your horse’s hoof care which will help your farrier when he comes to visit during lockdown.
- Session 4 – Dressage through the Judge’s eye. A very insightful talk from Sue Ricketts, BHS Stage 5 Performance Coach in Complete Horsemanship and list 3 Judge to get some useful insight into how you can gain and lose marks from Intro to Elementary. This is a great opportunity to make the most of your marks, understanding what the judge is looking for will support your training and development as you progress through the dressage levels.
Time: 9.45am – 3pm
Event fees are non-refundable if cancelled by attendee or event organiser. It is the responsibility of each attendee to ensure that they provide correct, up to date contact details to include email address and phone number. The BHS and its presenters can not offer IT support to attendees and it is their responsibility to ensure they have correct, working audio and visual equipment capable of running a Zoom video call.
Advice offered by the presenters with reference to the Covid-19 situation is in line with government and or their registered body guidelines at the time it is given and it the responsibility of the individual to adhere to the most recent government advice in this respect.
The organisers have taken reasonable precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone present. For these measures to be effective, everyone must take reasonable precautions to avoid and prevent accidents. Neither the organisers nor the British Horse Society accept responsibility for any accident, injury, loss or illness during this event. Please register with the event organiser at the start of this event.