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Jumping Clinics with Tina Canton -July 2024

  • 10th July 2024
  • 3-7pm
  • 30
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How to book

Location details

The Tinderbox, 31 Beckingham Rd, Newark NG24 2SH, UK

Booking and Information

Get ready for the new season with Tina Canton - BHS Stage 5 Performance Coach in Complete Horsemanship UKCC Level 3 Advanced Coach Centre 10 BSc (Hons) Testt certified coach.

We are offering a series of monthly shared one hour clinics in small groups of up to four riders. 

Available dates:  Wednesday, 10 April; Wednesday, 8 May; Wednesday, 12 June; and Wednesday, 10 July.

Each clinic has a specific theme - early evening sessions will be pole exercises and gymnastics to improve co-ordination, balance and control.

Later sessions will cover course jumping and developing vital skills such as riding a related distance, dog legs and combinations.

£30 per session per rider (groups of 4) - includes booking fee.

15:00 - 16:00 Poles and Gymnastics

16:00 - 17:00 Nervous and Novice Jumping

17:00 - 18:00 Course Jumping up to 80cm

18:00 - 19:00 Course Jumping up to 90cm

Conditions of Entry

  • Online entries only
  • All entrants must hold third party public liability insurance either through being a Gold member of The British Horse Society or via proof from another provider. Confirmation of this will be required at the check out.
  • Everyone attending the event is responsible for ensuring the safety of themselves and others.
  • Please leave the parking area as you found it – don’t muck out your trailer or lorry in the parking area and take dung home with you.
  • Neither the BHS, or the training venue, cannot provide supervision for attendees under the age of 18. Any attendee below the age of 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult who remains at the venue for the duration of the course or event. For attendees aged 16-17, or an adult at risk, it is at the discretion of their parent or guardian.

  • Riders under 16 years must be accompanied by a responsible adult for the duration of the event.
  • Hats to the current standard must always be worn and correctly secured when mounted. Please check yours meets current standards which can be found at
  • All riders must wear suitable riding footwear. Wellington boots and trainers are not allowed.
  • Riders are advised to carry a mobile phone and be aware of the emergency contact number for the event.
  • All riders must have previous experience of riding the horse they have entered the event.
  • All riders, whether they have completed the ride or not, must report their return to the organiser.
  • Always ride with courtesy, care and consideration to fellow users

  • All horses must be no younger than four years of age and be of an appropriate fitness level for the activity being undertaken – hooves and shoes must be in good condition.
  • It is the rider’s responsibility to ensure their horse is fit and healthy enough to complete the chosen distance comfortably.
  • Tack must be suitable, in safe condition and fit correctly.
  • All horses must be up to date with annual equine influenza vaccinations and must be 6 days clear from their most recent booster vaccination. Further vaccination guidance can be found using the BRC Flu Vac Checker, downloadable here.
  • Horses should not be left unattended when tied to horseboxes in the parking area.
  • It is a legal requirement to have your horses’ passport when travelling to events.

  • No entries will be refunded without a medical or vets certificate.
  • If the event is cancelled by the BHS, the entry fee will be fully refunded.
  • All British Horse Society events are checked for viability around ten working days beforehand. Any that have insufficient numbers may be cancelled or groups rearranged. In this case, delegates who have booked will receive a full refund or free transfer should another suitable event be pending.

At check out you will be asked to give your consent for your photographs and video footage to be used by The British Horse Society in printed, online or electronic publications, which may be shared publicly. Examples of these materials include, but are not limited to: posters, leaflets, brochures, adverts, emails, e-newsletters, blogs, web pages, social media posts, presentations, speeches, research or policy reports and press releases or other materials.



Tinderbox Sport Horses, The Tinderbox, 31 Beckingham Rd, Newark, NG24 2SH