Equestrian NewsCOVID-19 Update: 1-2-1 Equestrian Coaching

10 January 2021by Equestrian Dad

British Equestrian have published their guidance for horse owners and equestrian coaches, explaining that equestrian one-to-one coaching is allowed subject to COVID-19 risk assessment and safe practice being adhered to. I undertook training and received my COVID Safe certificate last year, and as well as taking this knowledge to the riding schools I freelance at (when they are allowed to open), I bring this knowledge and expertise to my work with private clients.

I am able to continue to support riders who have their your own horse and access to private facilities for equestrian coaching and training, supporting your own personal development and also the wellbeing and development of your horse. This can be delivered safely at your premises once I have has assessed the venue, and can potentially include follow-up coaching remotely where appropriate.

If you would like to know more about these options please get in touch and I’ll be happy to discuss options with you.

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GET SOCIAL

I am active on social media, mainly through my Instagram account but also through my equestrian Facebook page. These are both linked to below, please do click through and follow if you’d like to be kept up to date with my activities as well as receive regular coaching and training updates.

START RIGHT

Are you just starting out on your equestrian journey? If so then I’d recommend starting your BHS Stage 1 in Horse Care, and if you are local to Blisworth/Roade in Northamptonshire I also run the Pony Club in that area.

Please get in contact to discuss these options and how I can help you get off to a great start in horse care and riding.

 

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