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Presented by Alan Hiscox - Director of Safety at the British Horse Society
Alan Hiscox retired as the Chief Equitation Officer for the Metropolitan Mounted Police after spending 32 years in the Police, 26 of them in the Mounted Branch. He has delivered clinics and seminars to teach Mounted Police training and tactics to Police Units in Europe, USA, Canada and South Africa. He was the Ride Leader of the Police Display Ride for 14 years, performing at Olympia, Horse of the Year Show and abroad.
Taking part in ceremonial events, serious public disorder events and many football matches, Alan will explain the passion, professionalism and sometimes pantomime that he has experienced whilst on a police horse in London. He will also give an insight into the training of police horses and the amazing job that these incredible animals do, every day.
In the second half of the evening, Alan will switch to his current role as Director of Safety with the BHS and will be discussing the recent changes to the Highway Code and the part that the BHS played in bringing about those changes. He will also be covering the BHS Dead Slow campaign and the many achievements of this important campaign.
Light refreshments will be available.
Please reserve your place online
, so we have an idea of numbers. Entry is free but a donation on the door to the BHS 'Dead Slow - Road Safety Campaign' would be appreciated!
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start