Dressage enthusiasts will be able to learn from the experts this April in a British Dressage (BD) forum held by H&H columnist and international trainer Pammy Hutton, alongside her son Charlie.
The lecture and demonstration, to be held on 14 April at Arena UK in Grantham, Lincolnshire, will focus on the techniques required for success in dressage.
The forum will feature horses from novice up to advanced level and finish with a display of dressage to music.
“We’re delighted that Pammy and Charlie are coming to the northern forum to allow us to benefit from their experience and expertise,” explained Chrissie Havis, BD northern region development officer.
Pammy, who has had an illustrious competition career and is listed as one of the top 12 dressage riders in the UK, is currently involved in training members of the gold medal winning Paralympic team.
She is also join principal of the Talland School of Equitation in Cirencester.
Charlie, who is currently competing at Young Rider international and Grand Prix level, won team Gold and individual silver at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in 2009.
The forum, which is organised by Hoyland Events, is sponsored by Equissage, who produce multi-unit physiotherapy massage systems.
For more information, visit www.hoylandevent.co.uk