Upcoming Clinics and Demonstrations

Mechanical Horse sessions with Ben Read BHSAI

Lessons are £25 for 30minutes with our resident BHS AI instructor, Ben Read.

Our mechanical horse, Flicker, is designed to help riders, of all ages and abilities, improve their riding. Using a mechanical horse is a fantastic way to correct your straightness and balance, without the interference of real horse. Thanks to the mechanical horse’s capabilities, it is suitable for any level rider. From practicing your ‘up, downs’ to practicing your flying changes!

Flicker is a life size horse and you can even bring your own saddle to practice in! Flicker is located in a fully mirrored room so you can see what the instructor is seeing and gain a better understanding.

Our instructor will modify every session to suit your needs and is extremely flexible in their teaching style.

We have a remote to control Flicker and can therefore adhere to social distancing regulations throughout your session.

Riders will be asked to fill out a track and trace form on arrival, as well as a health screen test and are also required to bring their own riding hat.

Weight Limit of 13 stone Applied.

  • Tuesday 22nd September
  • Thursday 24th September
  • Friday 25th September
  • Wednesday 30th September
  • Thursday 1st October
  • Friday 2nd October

Pole work clinic with Ben Read – BHSAI (3pm – 5pm)

Pole work is a fantastic way to work on yours and your horse’s straightness. This clinic can help improve all disciplines, from accuracy in your dressage test to precision lines and careful strides for jumping. It is also a brilliant way to bond with your horse and work on each other’s weakness.

  • Monday 12th October

Flat work lesson with Joanne Roper – BHSII

Take part in a group flat work lesson in our lovely indoor arena, complete with full mirrors on both the long and short side. The mirrors allow you to see exactly what our instructor see making your lesson more productive.

Flat work is the basis of all disciplines and is a great way to work on both yours and your horses’ bad habits. Our instructor is incredibly talented in identifying solutions which suit your team.

Please remember your horses’ passports and present them prior to unloading.

  • Monday 5th October
  • Monday 16th November
  • Monday 14th December

Pole work clinic with Joanne Roper – BHSII (5.30pm – 7.30pm)

Pole work is a fantastic way to work on yours and your horse’s straightness. This clinic can help improve all disciplines, from accuracy in your dressage test to precision lines and careful strides for jumping. It is also a brilliant way to bond with your horse and work on each other’s weakness.

  • Monday 28th September
  • Monday 12th October
  • Monday 2nd November
  • Monday 23rd November
  • Monday 7th December

Gridwork Clinic with Joanne Roper – BHSII

Struggle seeing strides?

This is a great way for the rider to learn to see strides better, gaining confidence in jumping. Gridwork helps horses coordination, flexibility and jumping technique. The exercises will engage abdominal and chest muscle, increasing impulsion.

The rider will learn to work in harmony with their horse and flow with them over the jumps and poles.

Please enter the class height you feel confident jumping at.

  • Monday 21st September
  • Monday 9th November
  • Monday 11th January

Group Simulated Cross Country lessons with Joanne Roper BHSII – 26th, 27th and 28th October 2020

This is our famous indoor arena eventing simulation clinic. This clinic is always a sell out and has limited spaces on offer.
In this clinic you will have the opportunity to work over ditches, walls, corners, bounces, skinnies, hedges and much more. This is a great way to build confidence for both horse and rider over different styles of fences in a safe environment; with our amazing on site instructor. Group classes range from 60cms – 90cm+. Groups are made up of a maximum of 3 horses.
Please present your horses passport prior to unloading.

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