Visit BHS Approved Centre Grove House Equestrian Centre this weekend (20-21 July) for their open days, and enjoy a coffee and cake! Find out what membership with the Society can offer you and how you can ‘challenge’ yourself as a recreational rider with the BHS’s brand new Challenge Awards. The centre is set in the grounds of the award-winning, 200-year-old Grove House Farm in Misterton, South Yorkshire, which is also home to a restaurant, cycle retailer, Personal Trainer, Chiropractor and an independent book publisher.
The BHS is the largest equine charity in the UK and is dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of all horses and those that care about them through campaigns and initiatives spanning a multitude of areas such as: equine welfare, protecting and increasing access to bridleways and equestrian routes, safety for horses and riders and much more.
The charity’s Challenge Awards offer the everyday recreational rider the chance to participate in an individually tailored award based educational programme. It allows riders to progress at their own pace, focusing on rider development, equine care, and building a strong bond with a happy, healthy horse.
Proprietor of the equestrian centre, Andrew Stennett who established the school in 1991 said: “We are really excited to open up our centre to the public this weekend. Being a BHS Approved Centre enables the team and I to deliver a wide range of equestrian opportunities to riders in the area. The Challenge Awards are open to all levels and will give our clients an exciting opportunity to expand on individual horse skills whilst having fun with like-minded people.”
Booking is essential. For more information, call the centre on 01427 890802.