"My objective is to practise this sport with a natural approach, as it is the only one you share with an animal. For this reason I continue to tell my students that if one day we stepped in a riding centre it was because of the love for horses: we must not forget it, shows and results come after and should always come after. Our heart should keep beating as the first time we met a horse."
"Horses will run faster and jump higher out of heart and desire"
This clinic is open to all riders, with or without a natural horsemanship foundation, who want to progress their knowledge and understanding of the horse in order to up their game!
The clinic could be especially useful to those who are experiencing difficulties moving their horses to the next level, or with particular situations or combinations in the ring.
There will be two groups as follows:-
Pre-Novice to Discovery
Newcomers to Foxhunter+
If you are jumping 1.20+, please contact us so we can organise you into a relevant group.
As part of the clinic, there will be ground work, so all riders are advised to have rope halters and 22ft lines with them. Good quality ones are available to buy from www.parelli.com and are always worth having!
Rider places are £420. To book a rider place, please make a deposit payment using the button below and then complete and return the booking form as detailed.
Spectators are welcome for a daily fee. To book your spectator place, simply make your payment using the button below. We will send you a confirmation, once we receive your booking.
Each day will begin at 09.30 with a theory session, followed by groundwork and ridden lessons throughout the day. There will be a one hour break for lunch and we will finish at approximately 17.00 each day.
Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided throughout the day, from 09.00, but please bring your own lunch and anything else you might need, as there is no catering facility on site.
Regrettably, dogs are not permitted at the venue. If you need to bring your dogs, please ensure that they are left in the car and walked off the premises during breaks.