WILLIAM BLANE CLINICS
William Blane FBHS, BE Master Coach
Open to riders of all levels (riders grouped according to level), every session with have a designated pole work session for those not wanting to jump.
9 November- Poles/Grid work
15 December- Arena Eventing
11 January- Show Jumping
08 February- Related Distances/Angled lines
28 December- XC Technique (on a surface)-£35/horse
Combined Training Clinics
With Hannah Jackson and Theresa Smyth
Theresa Smyth BHSII has competed up to Prix St George’s, and did international Young Riders. Winner of the British Dressage Young Professional’s Award. Theresa enjoys watching the progress and journey of all her clients from intro upwards!
Hannah Jackson, BHSII, UKCC Level 3 British Show jumping Coach, UKCC Coach Educator. Competed at HOYS, Olympia, RIHS and was a member of the Junior European Nations Cup Team in Hannover. Nominated for British Show Jumping Coach of the year 2018. Hannah Coaches all levels and abilities of riders from poles up to 1.40m encouraging riders to progress and grow in confidence.
This clinic will involve a 45min flat session with Theresa and an hour jumping session with Hannah.
Max of 2 in the group for flat and 3 in the group for jumping.
There will be hot drinks and snacks available in the club house with the fire alight for you to use whilst you are inbetween sessions.
ARENA EVENTING CLINICS
With Bryony Willson BE accredited Coach
These sessions are a great introduction or fresher to our Arena Eventing competitions.
Sessions are 1.5 hours long. Starting with an on foot course walk and then a ridden lesson and mock competition around a course.
Open to all levels, groups will start at 50cm.
* you will need to wear a body protector
* hats must reach the following standards and must NOT have a fixed peak
British – All PAS 015, VG1 - provided they are BSI Kitemarked
European – VG1 - provided they are BSI Kitemarked
American –All SEI ASTM F1163 04a onwards and SNELL E2001
Australian & New Zealand – AS/NZS 3838 2003 onwards.
There will be very little time in-between your course walk and your ridden session so please get as ready as possible before the course walk, e.g. put boots on horses if required, have yourself dressed ready for riding etc. If you have anyone with you on the day and they are able to bring the horse up to the arena to meet you after the course walk that would be great as you can get straight on and warm up ready for your lesson.
We do not recommend bring horses up to the arena for the course walk as it will make walking distances difficult and poses a health and safety risk. If your horse will not stand on/by your vehicle let me know and we can arrange a stable for you.
Any question please do contact us
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