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CANCELLED: BHS Northumberland A General History of Equitation and its Relationship to Modern Riding

30 Apr 2020

*EVENT CANCELLED*

Due to the current crisis with Coronavirus (Covid-19) we have cancelled/postponed all of our calendar of events and gatherings until the end of June 2020.

Our regional teams and committees are in the process of advising everyone who has booked or indicated an interest of the cancellation.

This day counts as 2 hours CPD 

Patrick Print OBE FBHS - Patrick is a Fellow and past Chairman of the BHS. He freelances, working with riders of all levels who want to learn to ride ethically, be they leisure or competition riders or career students up to Fellowship level.

Patrick firmly believes that riders and teachers should have an understanding of the history of equitation and how it relates to modern day training. At the heart of his philosophy is the wellbeing of both horse and rider and that is achieved only by sound training methods. Patrick still rides and trains his own horse, mainly for pleasure but in the past Patrick has complete in all disciplines.

Time: 7pm – 9pm

Cost: £8 per person, please book in advance.

To book a place please contact Fiona Gough

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