15 Feb 2020
North - Durham
Do you ride on the roads, along rights of way, across agricultural land, at the beach, warm up for competitions or just want to make yourself and your horse safer when you hack out? If you answered yes to any of the above then Ride Safe training will...
18 Feb 2020
Republic of Ireland - Ireland
Join us at Balcultry Stables for a Challenge Awards Silver Care course
19 Feb 2020
Scotland - Ayrshire
Learn how to protect your yard and farmland from modern rural crime.
20 Feb 2020
North West - Merseyside
Join us to learn you all you need to know about basic equine first aid covering common ailments, injuries and diseases and when it’s time to call the vet!
22 Feb 2020
North West - Lancashire
Join us for ‘Sylvia Loch’s Balance and Body Workshop.’ Back by popular demand!! Claire Whitfield will be running the workshop. Claire is an experienced and highly respected Classical Riding Instructor and an accredited Weight Aids Instructor – the f...
Scotland - Argyll
This course is a prerequisite for BHS Accredited Professional Coaches and is valid for 3 years.
23 Feb 2020
East Midlands - East of England - London - North - North West - South - South East - South West - Wales - West Midlands - Yorkshire
Knowing the law on UK roads and minor highways (byways, bridleways and footpaths) is important for all horse owners and riders. Access training days are a great way of learning all about the law and issues around your rights to ride and carriage driv...
26 Feb 2020
South - Buckinghamshire
The evening is free to attend (donations warmly welcomed) but numbers are limited.
28 Feb 2020
Ireland - Northern Ireland
This course is aimed at all levels and will be very beneficial for those riding their own horses, preparing for BHS Stages Qualifications and developing new ideas for coaching and teaching. This topic is part of the new BHS Stage 4 Syllabus.
5 Mar 2020
The workshop will include a review of life-changing illnesses and injuries in adults (eg Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, sight loss, spinal damage and head injuries) and discussion about the practical issues of coaching them. From mounting and dismountin...
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