We aim to provide clinics on a regular
basis for members in all disciplines. It is club policy on all clinics
that if you have to withdraw at short notice (less than 48 hrs) you will be
obliged to still pay to cover trainer's fees.
Flatwork clinics are run regularly by the club with Mike Garman at the Croft in Padworth. Mike has competed to PSG/Inter level and is a popular and successful trainer of all levels of horse and rider. Ind lessons are £45 for 45mins to include instruction and venue hire. Please contact Denise 07808920008 email@example.com for details.
Next date - 20th April
These are run on a regular basis and are taken by Giles Carradine, a professional event rider who has competed up to advanced level. He is happy to teach at all levels to help you work to whatever your own goals maybe. He is particularly skilled at boosting horse and rider confidence. . Groups of no more than 3 cost £25 per person including venue and instruction. These clinics are now run as training days so that you can still come for just a SJ group but with also the opportunity to have a flatwork lesson as well with a gap between your lessons for a coffee, cake and catch up with other members.
Contact Liz Atkinson (01491 873703, 07762782125 or firstname.lastname@example.org ) for details and to be kept updated on dates.
These are arranged throguh the year at a variety of venues. Please contact Liz for details or to make any requests
Aug 6th 2012at Lyneham Heath Great time was had by all from 4yr olds first outing through to experienced combinations
Click on each for video clips - Water, second water, angled double, mini ditch, ditch complex, undulating double, hedges!
Video clip of clinic at Boomerang- steps, water, ditch
Camp was held at Lyneham Heath Equestrian from 10th - 12th May and was an excellent weekend - lots of fun, lots of hardwork and some great improvements seen in horses and riders. We were lucky to have training from Giles Carradine and Matt Jenkins who both brought their expertise to help with a range of problems and leave everyone feeling confident and ready to tackle the season.
Amazing venue - lovely arenas, XC fences as far as the eye can see, beautiful stables, coffee room Just great!
Watch this space for more details........
Photos from a XC clinic at Alden Farm, Upton. Unfortunately the recent sunny weather didn't hold for us - but it could have been wetter! Thirteen CRC members enjoyed XC instruction from Giles Carradine over a range of fences from those starting out XC to those competing at affiliated eventing.
Other Recommended clinics
We also have instructors that many people in the club use and would therefore recommend.
Annette Allport who trained with Adam Kemp and has ridden dressage up to Advanced Medium level, but is happy to teach at all levels from those just wishing to improve their enjoyment of their riding through those thinking about giving dressage a go up to those at the higher levels. How about working on some of these: Warming up for a test, Riding movements, What the Judge is looking for, Interpreting your test sheet, Having a realistic plan for yourself and your horse, Improving your horse and yourself, Assessing the potential of you and your horse – how far could you go?