DRESSAGE AND GRID/JUMPING CLINIC With LIZZIE MILHAM BHSAI INT.SM

 

Lizzie is a qualified BHSAI riding instructor, holding the Intermediate Stable Manager and Riding Certificate and the
UKCC L2 coaching certificate. Registered and fully insured.

Sunday 5th March 2017

Blackthornes Farm, Brook, Nr Bramshaw,  SO43 7HD

Want to develop your Dressage skills?

Preparing for competition?

Looking for a fun session out with your horse?

 

Lizzie is running clinics throughout the spring/summer for riders of all abilities and goals:

Jumping/Grid work clinics working to course riding with corrective instruction

Dressage clinics up to Elementary level

Grouped according to experience

£25.00 per person in groups of 4 for 1 hr


Late entries may be considered with an additional £5 charge




To secure a place at the clinic, simply click on the file opposite to download an entry form. Send your completed form and payment to the address on the form. All forms need to be signed and payments must be cleared before entries can be accepted.




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XC CLINIC With LIZZIE MILHAM BHSAI INT.SM @ TENANTRY FARM

 

Lizzie is a qualified BHSAI riding instructor, holding the Intermediate Stable Manager and Riding Certificate and the
UKCC L2 coaching certificate. Registered and fully insured.

Future dates to be confirmed.

starting at 10am

Tenantry Farms, Rockbourne, Fordingbridge SP6 3PB

 

Want to develop your XC skills?

Preparing for competition?

Looking for a fun session out with your horse?

 

Lizzie is running clinics throughout the spring/summer for riders of all abilities and goals:

Jumping/Grid work clinics working to course riding with corrective instruction

Dressage clinics up to Elementary level

Grouped according to experience

£40.00 per person in groups of 4 for 1 hr

By special request £50.00 per person in groups of 2 for 1 hr

Late entries may be considered with an additional £5 charge



 Sarah Risebrow - 5 star

Lizzie has been my daughter's instructor for several years. Almost a year ago she became mine when I bought a beautiful horse. During that time she has been an invaluable source of help, teaching, coaching and providing feed and welfare advice. She worked with me intensively last autumn to transform a nervous novicey mum into someone ready to tackle her first XC event. Half way round the course I realsed that competing is much easier than one of Lizzie's lessons! We've had lots of fun and I'm thrilled that Lizzie is on our team.


5 star 
Excellent instructor and we enjoyed a fabulous grid work clinic with lots of corrective feedback after each grid delivered with positivity to push us out of our comfort zone. Looking forward to the next one.


5 star
I was recommended Lizzie Milham Equestrian Services by Fiona Dymond to back my 6 year old New Forest Mare, Doorage Grace.
I was very keen to have an active role in Graces' education, so was very encouraged by Lizzie's enthusiasm and willingness to make this happen.I have learned so much through her lessons and have formed a lovely bond with Grace that I feel that I may not have had if I had just sent her off to be backed.
Lizzie employs a very professional yet friendly attitude to teaching;I find that she explains her methods in a clear and concise manner; I feel very comfortable asking her questions no matter how stupid or obvious they may seem.
We have progressed from a lovely but bolshy mare back in April 2015 to a pleasant, well mannered riding pony who is now currently continuing her education with my 12 year old son in the saddle as well as myself riding her.
Earlier this year I did a very well organised 10 week BHS level 1 course that Lizzie ran; I am looking forwards to her Level 2 course.
I have also participated in many of Lizzie's Clinics at Blackthornes, Brook, where she runs Grid and Flat work clinics for all levels of ability. They are a great way to improve your jumping or flatwork and very good value for money.

5 star
Lizzie's showjumping clinic was fantastic... Having not had any showjumping/grid work lessons in many years, & having lost a bit of confidence lately; I was surprised at how at ease I felt during the clinic. I thoroughly enjoyed myself, and her feedback was constructive after every individual exercise. Definitely recommend these clinics to everyone!






BHS STAGE TWO CARE

 with  LIZZIE MILHAM BHSAI  INT.SM


Lizzie is a qualified BHSAI riding instructor, Intermediate Stable Manager and UKCC L2 coach. Registered and fully insured

BHS COURSE, PREPARING YOU TO TAKE AND PASS YOUR PROFESSIONAL

EQUESTRIAN QUALIFICATIONS  


Blackthornes farm, Brook, Nr Bramshaw, SO43 7HD


Dates: TBC


To register your interest please email: info@lizziemilham.org




 


Whatever your career goals for working with horses, the BHS can help you achieve your ambitions and further your development. High quality training courses. The key purpose of these is to raise the standards of equestrian knowledge and also to enable those working with horses to gain industry recognised qualifications.

I am running BHS training courses to run in Bramshaw on a Tuesday evening  from 6.30pm-8.30pm. The courses will be run by my self Lizzie Milham BHSAI INT.SM registered and fully insured. If interested please let me know asap so I can reserve you a place as numbers are restricted. Starting March 2015 with stage one, we will be leading on to further stages so if you've got stage one already you can join in to the next course if you wanted to.

'Stage 1 is the first step on the professional ladder and show you have the competencies to apply basic principles of horse care.

Riding and road safety. Taken by more than 4,000 candidates a year, the BHS Riding and Road Safety Test helps educate riders in road safety in order to minimise the risk involved when riding on the roads.

Stage 2 will provide you with competencies to apply general principles for the management of horses’ health and well being.

Stage 3 allows you to hone the skills you will have practised in Stages 1 and 2 and shows you have the competencies and ability to look after up to four horses in stables and at grass.

The PTT gives you the competencies to apply the basic principles of coaching and to improve the rider’s horsemanship skills by following a progressive plan.

The BHS Assistant Instructor Certificate can be awarded after achieving Stage 3, the PTT and completing a Coaching Portfolio.

Stage 4 shows you’re able to take responsibility for yard organisation, taking charge and looking after a number of horses and ponies in a variety of situations.

The ITT shows you as able to give safe and competent lessons from beginner to elementary standards without supervision.

UKCC Levels 1,2,3 AND 4 These are award qualifications, designed to raise the level of coaching skills throughout the UK, on behalf of BEF member bodies.'

http://www.bhs.org.uk/training-and-qualifications/exams-and-qualifications



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