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Event ID 114389
 

Dressage Training

Hallamshire Riding Society

Sun 14 Oct 2018
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Hallamshire Show Ground (behind Dore Moor Inn)
Hathersage Road
Dore
Sheffield
Yorkshire
S17 3AB
 

Website

http://http://www.hallamshireridingsociety.co.uk/

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Phone: 07813027161
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http://www.facebook.com/events/325141731578595/ Sunday Oct 14th - How to ride a Dressage Test Alison Garner of Brookbarn Equestrian has kindly offered to run some coaching sessions for our grass roots riders in preparation for our October Dressage competition. Intro A (2008) Prelim 12 (2005) Novice 28 (2008) HOW TO RIDE A DRESSAGE TEST half hour sessions on a 121 basis will be held on our showground Sunday October 14th starting at 1100 am £10. Riders should be warmed up and ready to ride whichever of the tests they’ve entered for the following weekend. Alison will watch your test you’ll discuss how to improve your score, work through some movements and then re-ride your test, putting what has been discussed into practice. Alison began her riding career at Hallamshire and continues to support us, bringing her young horses to us for their early outings. Most recently Alison competed at Osberton 1 star International Three Day Event in the very best of company on her home produced Beyond Belief. Alison has a very reflective approach to the training of horse and rider and you’re sure to find this rewarding. Please book in with Alison direct BY TEXT 07909 528686 payment is on the day. There are only 8 spaces available and priority will be given to those competing on the 21st, if there are spaces left they will be allocated to any other budding dressage enthusiasts.