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Herefordshire  is the centre of a very active carriage driving community.
With events and activities covering all aspects of carriage driving, including:
many rallys , shows large and small, competitions like treasure hunts and clipper rallies,
driving for the disabled, dressage, instruction & training, cones and much more.

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TABLE TOP SALE

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18TH  AT ALLENSMORE VILLAGE HALL

10.30AM – 2.30PM

Set up from 10.00

TABLES £5

Equestrian goods from all disciplines  Carriage Driving and Riding,

Books, clothing, equipment and general goods welcome.

Please Contact Kay Walton 01981 540209 to book your table

kaywalton49@hotmail.co.uk

 

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Carriage Driving Master Class with Gary Docking

To be held at Kings Equestrian Centre Bromyard on Saturday March 11th

There will be six sessions with the interests detailed below. No more than three turnouts will be included  per session.

We expect these sessions to last approx 45 – 60 minutes.

Starting the first one at 9.00am with a break for coffee and lunch. To finish at approx 4.00pm.

Cost will be £30 per session.

View/download Master Class Full details in PDF format

or

View/download Master Class Poster in MS Word Format

View/download Master Class Entry Form in MS Word Format

View/download Master Class Profile Details in MS Word Format

 

Presentation

A chance to discuss and learn where you can improve your turnout and how to present well .

Aimed at anyone who is interested in BDS Drives with Difficulties i.e Croft Castle event. Attelage, ie Euston or Glarms Castle. or Trials Presentation phase or Trek.

Novice Horse

Improving your horses gait, flexibility  Schooling for your chosen discipline.

Novice Whip

Improving your driving position, correct turnout for your chosen discipline. Driving Coachmans and why?

Multiples

Guidance for whips of multiples.

Improving Whip and Horse

For the more experienced driver and/or horse who would just like to improve.

Showing

Making the best of your turn out.

 

 

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