Training!

Trec Training with Sian Griffiths.

Sian is a UKCC level 2 coach. Trec training clinics are organised by Mandy.

Cost is £20 for members/ £25 for non-members per session, groups of 4 max.
To book please contact Mandy Williams - mandywilli13@gmail.com or on 07796 134251

evening session -18 July 17.00-21.00

 

Technical XC Clinics with Penny Hill

Penny is a BE Accredited Trainer,  BSH II and UKCC Level 3.  Penny should be able to assist you in ironing out any problems prior to the start of the season.
Sessions are held in the outdoor school at Lower Stunts Farm.

Technical XC Sessions are organised by Maria.
Cost £20 per 90 min session, max 4 people per session.

XC Technical dates are:

New dates soon

Please contact Maria via the Hailsham Equestrian Club Facebook page , text her on  07786 965624 or email on m.elliott@elliott-property.co.uk.

 

Flatwork Clinics with Sarah Brabrook

Sarah is a listed BD judge and is on the BD Trainers Database. Sarah has trained and competed her own horses to Advance Medium. Through her ethos of Classical Riding, Sarah is attentive to the individual goals and needs of her clients and their horses.

Flatwork Clinics are organised by Louise. 
Cost £25 per 45 min individual session,  all levels welcome. 

Sat 10th Aug
Sat 24th Aug
Sun 25th Aug
Sat 21st Sept
Sun 22nd Sept

Venue: Underwood Farm

Please contact Louise via the Hailsham Equestrian Club Facebook page or text Louise on 07787 504932 to book.

 

JUMPING
Judi is a BS Accredited Trainer. Jumping Clinics are organised by Jackie.
Cost is £20 per session, max 4 people per session, all levels catered for.

New dates soon

Venue:
Starnash Farm, Coldharbour Road, Upper Dicker BN27 3PY

To book contact Jackie via the Hailsham Equestrian Club Facebook page or you can text Jackie on 07970 193323.


Mechanical Horse Training - with Amelia Wilbourn

She has a purpose built workshop housing two mechanical horses. Both simulators allow the rider to practice and develop their position and riding skills for dressage, flat work and jumping. One horse has three speeds of trot and this allows the rider to practice both sitting and rising trot. The second simulator is a canter-gallop simulator with five speeds. Both models allow the rider to develop their position for both flatwork, jumping and fast work.

She suggests the best set up is for pairs for an hour at £25 per person.  She can also do groups of 4 for two hours which is also great as you learn a lot by watching.

Contact Karen Fieldwick by kagsfieldwicl@aol.com or 07870 227594

Hailsham Equestrian Club