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Whether you want to brush up on your skills and your horse’s technique or if you’re just looking for something to do as winter approaches, take a look at this great selection of clinics on offer to a huge range of abilities.

Enjoy your horse dressage and flatwork clinic

Date: 25 November
Venue: Sheepgate Equestrian, Boston
Details: “This clinic is with Sarah Payne, a list 2A dressage judge, BHSI, pilates and equipilates teacher and specialist biomechanics coach. Relax with a coffee and cake afterwards!”
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Showjump training

Date: 26 November
Venue: Moreton Equestrian Centre, Dorset
Details: “With Moira Bonner (Moy), an instructor for those at every level. One-and-a-half hour instruction sessions for up to six people. The morning sessions will be suited to young horses or less experienced riders who want to jump lower heights, while the afternoon sessions with be suited to more experienced horse and rider combinations. To be held in a 60x45m all-weather outdoor arena.”
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Polework and jumping clinic

Date: 26 November
Venue: Sheepgate Equestrian, Boston
Details: “From a pole on the ground to bounces and triples, Alex Jewell is here to help, whether you want to work on straightness and balance to improve those dressage scores or to get lines right while jumping a course. Alex tailors each session to you and your horses individual needs be it for the nervous first timer or the seasoned campaigner.”
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Polework, dressage and rider biomechanics clinic

Date: 26 November
Venue: Willow Farm Equestrian, Faversham
Details: “Suitable for for riders of all levels and abilities.”
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Submission improvement exercises

Date: 26 November
Venue: Darknoll Farm, Blandford Forum
Details: “This clinic is taken by Jac Cowley, a BHSAI instructor and advanced medium dressage rider. These submission improvement exercises are aimed to focus the horse’s attention on the rider, improving suppleness, rhythm and balance for a better contact connection, whether it’s to enable a rider to enjoy hacking, trec, schooling or competing.
Suitable for all levels of horse or rider.”
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Showjumping clinic

Date: 28 November
Venue: Beaver Hall, Leek
Details: “With Vicky Bentley who is on the British Horse Society register of instructors and has her UKCC level 2 and is working towards level 3.Vicky has 17 years of coaching experience and has trained with top riders such as Michelle Fox, Karen Dixon, Nigel Taylor, Jeanette Brakewell and Caroline Moore. She coaches riders of all levels and abilities. Has horses eventing and showjumping up the grades. These lessons are great for new combinations, starting young horses or just for building your confidence. All ages and levels are catered for.”
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Dressage clinic

Date: 30 November
Venue: Moorhouse Equestrian Centre, Doncaster
Details: “With dressage rider Tori Peter who has competed to prix St Georges and is training towards her UKCC level 3.”
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Dressage clinic including test riding and dressage to music training

Date: 6 December
Venue: Manor Grange Stud Show Centre, Richmond Equestrian Centre
Details: “Train with Claire Marie Senior, a BD List 3 judge and former British international rider. The cost includes arena hire, travel and test sheet, you’ll have chance to warm up before your lesson time, go through a test of your choice in a 20x60m arena which will be judged and then your lesson will follow working on improvements of the test. There is the option to work through your dressage to music test or just have a lesson. These sessions are open to anyone who has an interest in improving their way of going and partnership, to find out what the judge is looking for and have your marks explained.”
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