Riding & Road Safety Training & Exam
We have our third riding and road safety training & exam in the diary. Here at Cheshire Riding School we pride ourselves on the correct and effective training of all our riding and road safety students. In the past year riding and road safety has been at the forefront of the British Horse Society’s Dead Slow Campaign. The idea was to not only educate drivers but also riders on the correct way to ride and drive on the roads. The riding and road safety course is a great way to gain the education you require or to brush up on your riding and road safety skills.
As riders it is important to understand and know how to correctly and safely ride on the roads. Our training provides attendees with the knowledge and skills to ride more safely on the roads. All our training is carried out on site, starting in the classroom, progressing to practising your signalling and control of the horse on the simulated route, before tackling the roads. Our on site trainer Janet Lomax has been training riding and road safety for several years. During that time she has successfully trained over a hundred exam candidates and in 2015 had a 100% pass rate.
The riding and road safety exam is a pre requisite for the British Horse Society Stage Two exam. The exam needs to be taken and passed in good time to enable candidates to book their stage two exam.
All training will take place during the evenings from 6pm until 9pm. The training is to be booked and paid for in advance directly through Cheshire Riding School. The exam must be booked directly through the British Horse Society no later than four weeks before the exam. We strongly recommend booking early on to the exam, as we have a maximum number of twelve candidates and have been over subscribed on previous exams this year.
Our future training dates are:
Wednesday 7th September
Wednesday 14th September
Wednesday 21st September
Wednesday 28th September
The exam will be held on Wednesday 5th October during the day. To book www.bhs.org