BHS Stage Two Intensive Training Day

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BHS Stage Two Intensive Training Day
We have a British Horse Society Stage Two intensive training day on Wednesday 1st February. The day is aimed at those taking their exam with us on February 14th or in the future. The day will be coached by our Chief instructor Phillippa Founds BHSII, BSc Hons, UKCC L3 who has excellent pass rates.

The day will start at 9am with two hours of stable management. During this time the practical elements  of the exam will be covered to include:

Clipping, tacking up, shoeing and horse physiology.

We will then move on to lungeing. We will cover tacking up for the lunge, aims of lungeing before all having a go at lungeing one of our exam horses. Throughout the lungeing process you will be guided and corrected as required.

The day will also contain two hours of riding. The riding includes one hour of flatwork which will focus on improving your riding and effectiveness on at least two exam horses. We will then show jump two horses in an exam style format to give you a feel for how the exam will be conducted. The horses used for the training day will be used in our exam.

These days are always popular and book up quickly. They provide those attending the opportunity to ask questions, get a feel for our equipment and our horses. The day is intense and full on as we aim to cover as much of the exam syllabus as possible.

The day is available to book as a full day for those taking the whole exam or just riding/ stable management.

We also have one to one training available Monday to Friday for those wanting extra support. We can offer tailor made packages for those who feel that they want intensive training in the run up to the exam.

All training is booked through our reception on 01606 892111. Exam are booked directly through the British Horse Society.

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On November 18, 2016

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