8 clinics you can’t afford to miss with your horse

  • 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: 22 September
    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”
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    Cross-country schooling

    Date: 24 September
    Venue: Darknoll Farm, Blandford Forum
    Details: “With Moira Bonner (Moy), an instructor for those at every level. She prides herself in persuading the most nervous of riders to leave the ground, so if it is a while since you left the ground – or you have lost confidence – this is for you!”
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    Jason Webb clinic

    Date: 26 September
    Venue: Capricorn Equestrian, Dartford
    Details: “Jason, of Australian Horse Training, will be running both in-hand and ridden sessions. If you have a horse needing to improve it’s manners on the ground, become more focussed on you, and responsive the ground work clinic would suit you. The ridden work clinic is great for riders wanting to gain confidence, for horses who can lack focus or be spooky, for lazy horses and for anyone just wanting to have fun and ride with more purpose”
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    Cross-country clinic

    Date: 2 October
    Venue: Gasston Stables, Kent
    Details: “90-minute cross-country clinic with a knowledgable and friendly instructor; Megan Williams”
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    Poles with pals

    Date: 5 October
    Venue: Sheepgate Equestrian, Boston
    Details: “From a pole on the ground to bounces and triples, Alex is here to help, whether you want to work on straightness and balance to improve those dressage scores or to get those lines right when 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.The poles don’t have to leave the ground to get the benefits or enjoyment of jumping for you and your horse, the achievements and progression obtained with polework are hugely beneficial so if leaving the ground is not your thing then have a polework session, but if you are a high flyer let’s work on the technique and make achieving that clear round easier”
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    Showjumping clinic

    Date: 11 October
    Venue: Beaver Hall, Leek
    Details: “With Maddy Moffett who has competed at advanced level eventing and completed Bramham in 2008. She has trained with William Fox-Pitt, Lucinda Green and Karen Dixon. The showjumping clinics cater for all levels from nervous horses/riders to the more experienced combinations wanting to work on their techniques. Maddy teaches all levels from young children, nervous/novice riders to three-day eventers”
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    Dressage training clinic

    Date: 12 November
    Venue: Four Elms Livery, Edenbridge
    Details: “Leanne Wall is one of Limpsfield Riding Club’s most popular trainers and teaches at all levels — whether you want to improve your dressage scores, perfect your transitions or work on your position”
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    Showjumping clinic with an international rider

    Date: 23 November
    Venue: Alnwick Ford Equestrian, Morpeth
    Details: “Andrew Hamilton is an international showjumper with vast experiance in producing many different horses to jump at the highest level and fulfil their maximum potential”
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