Riding Skill Development - Intermediate BHS Stage 3
In a nutshell
To progress your riding skills and knowledge of horse care beyond BHS Stage 2, this course prepares you for the BHS Stage 3 qualification and covers a range of practical and theoretical topics.
This course is for...
…anyone who owns a horse
…improving your riding skills
…working with horses on a farm or in a stables
Continuing on from Riding Skill Development Stage 2, this course takes place at Usk equestrian centre (a British Horse Society (BHS) approved exam centre) with:
Each session includes a riding lesson covering:
- Maintaining horses with the correct way of going on the flat
- How to assess horses
- Show jumping around a course of fences set up to 1m
- Cross country over solid fences up to 90cm
- Lunging to effectively exercise
- Caring for competition horses
- Knowledge of conformation and anatomy
- Health and feeding requirements for a variety of horses.
You’ll need to provide your own riding hat and body protector to current BHS standards, jodhpurs and boots. The course carries no formal qualifications, but prepares you for the BHS Stage 3 assessment – after which, you can progress to BHS Stage 4.
You should have completed and passed the Riding Skill Development – Basic Preparation for BHS Stage 2 course, the BHS Stage 2 exam or have equivalent skills.
The course will run on a Wednesday 6.00pm – 9.00pm for a period of 10 weeks at a cost of £250.00.
Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?
Call 01495 333 777 to speak to our Student Recruitment team
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