7 Oct 2020
East of England - Hertfordshire
Professor Roger Smith will describe the location and anatomy of the digital, carpal and tarsal sheaths and will explore what can go wrong, including manica flexoria and annular ligament injuries.
South - Hampshire - West Sussex
Whether competing or going out to enjoy another part of the countryside, travelling horses is increasing. From small trailers to HGV’s there are so many styles of transport that need to suit our lifestyles and our horses. But how do we know we have ...
A series of three sessions all about you and your horse – All welcome, ideal for the everyday rider, Riding Club members & anyone wanting to understand what makes a great partnership. Understanding each other better. Being on the same page and becomi...
East Midlands - East of England - London - North - North West - South - South East - South West - West Midlands - Wales - Yorkshire
This free online training session to enable people to start using www.bhsaccess.org.uk/2026 to plot routes of interest and gather and record evidence. Covering registering as a user with the site, plotting routes, uploading images, using the National...
10 Oct 2020
South West - Dorset
Join us for an inspiring day of informative Demo’s from leading experts in alternative practices of horsemanship.
20 Oct 2020
South - Berkshire - Surrey - Hampshire
21 Oct 2020
Understanding factors that impact on coaching. To include difference learning styles, personalities, challenges, mind sets, equality and diversity.
22 Oct 2020
South West - Devon
23 Oct 2020
East Midlands - East of England - London - North - North West - South - South East - South West - Wales - West Midlands - Yorkshire
This free online session is to help volunteers new to historical research. The basics of historical research, identifying routes to research, sources of evidence, liaison with your local authority
All that is needed is a laptop/PC and inte...
27 Oct 2020
East of England - Norfolk
Subject: Lungeing and working a horse from the ground with two reins.
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