British Horse Society (BHS) Stage 3 Horse Knowledge, Care & Riding - STABLES

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A practical course for those wishing to take on a more supervisory role. It covers all aspects of general care and management regimes, together with preparing and caring for fit horses. The riding training programme at this level may be taken with the stable management or separately. Learners will develop effective yet sympathetic riding, while maintaining a balanced, correct and supple seat in all gaits. You will need to be capable of jumping cross country fences at 3ft and show jumping fences at 3ft 3in.

Qualification

Training towards BHS Stage 3

Course Content

BHS Stage 3 stable management training programme is an excellent progression from the Stage 2 course. It is a packed practical c…

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A practical course for those wishing to take on a more supervisory role. It covers all aspects of general care and management regimes, together with preparing and caring for fit horses. The riding training programme at this level may be taken with the stable management or separately. Learners will develop effective yet sympathetic riding, while maintaining a balanced, correct and supple seat in all gaits. You will need to be capable of jumping cross country fences at 3ft and show jumping fences at 3ft 3in.

Qualification

Training towards BHS Stage 3

Course Content

BHS Stage 3 stable management training programme is an excellent progression from the Stage 2 course. It is a packed practical course for those wishing to become professional equestrians and looking to take on a more supervisory role. It covers all aspects of general care and management regimes, together with preparing and caring for fit horses.

Stable Management:

  • Feeding
  • Stable design
  • Fittening
  • Shoeing
  • General handling
  • Grassland management
  • Saddlery
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Horse health
  • Lungeing

There is an opportunity to take a mock and/or BHS stage 3 exam. Entry to BHS exams should be directly to the British Horse Society via www.bhs.org.uk

Entry Requirements

Enthusiasm and willing to learn new skills. For riding, you should have achieved BHS Stage 2 riding or Pony Club B. All riding has a weight limit of 13.5 stones.

Next Dates

10 x Thursdays

Start:

10/01/13 or

11/04/13

6pm - 7.30pm

Please note that this is a full course and student signing up will need to pay the full amount either tkaing advantage of discounts at the time or in instalments.

Course paid in full in advance - Only £200 - £20 discount.

Combine with paying in full for EQ052 - Only £400- £70 discount

Plus exam fees

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