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12 Feb 2020

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The BHS on Tour  

Are you looking to advance your skills as a rider? Are you looking to get more out of your lessons? Or are you simply looking to create a strong bond with a happy, healthy horse?

If your answer is ‘yes’ then the BHS on Tour days are perfect for you.

The BHS on Tour events are for those who ride for pleasure, rather than professionally. They have been designed to inspire those looking to further their skills as a rider whilst giving you the knowledge you need to truly understand the way your horse works and thinks. This day is ideal for those looking to perfect their riding position, conquering competition nerves and those who want to gain insight into how to make the most of your riding.

We are excited to announce that this year the BHS on Tour will be visiting 4 locations in the United Kingdom and Ireland.


Buckinghamshire
Addington Equestrian Centre
Sunday 15 March 2020

Cavan, Ireland
Cavan Equestrian Centre
Sunday 29 March 2020

Yorkshire
Bishop Burton College
Sunday 4 October 2020

Scotland
Scottish National Equestrian Centre
Sunday 3 November 2020


The day will include sessions focused on specific topics designed to improve your riding experience such as equine fitness and feeding, conformation, showing, riding out and course walking.


Each session will be hosted by top coaches who will demonstrate their insight into horses through their many years of experience. These include Yogi Briesner MBE FBHS who has led winning teams at multiple Olympic games and Richard Waygood MBE who became Riding Master of the Household Calvary Mounted Regiment. These are just a couple names of those who will be attending the event.

During the day you will also have the opportunity to learn about our Changing Lives Through Horses programme and meet some of the RSPCA rescue horses whose lives have been transformed.

This day is full of exciting possibilities perfect for any horse enthusiast.

£25 for general admission

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