2010 Silversand Clinic

Bruin Horsemanship is once again proud to host a 3 day clinic for Steve & Irena Halfpenny, who shall be back in Yorkshire as part of their European tour. The 3-day clinic will be intermediate level, and run from the 2nd to the 4th July. at Lisa & Mark Bruin's Yorkshire equestrian base

Outline of training

By intermediate level we mean you should be at least comfortable around and on the horse, you do not necessarily have to canter but please bear in mind others around you may be doing so.

The 3 days is be split into ground work and ridden exercises and concentrates on creating a soft, responsive and confident horse, ideal for those who wish to compete, for those who wish to create a better riding horse

Teaching Format

The clinic shall be taught by Steve and is ideal for people wishing to gain confidence and respect from their horses calmly and without force. Should you have any specific problems you need to work on Steve will be able to cater for those issues too, and Lisa will be on hand for those who need individual attention.

Spectators

Spectators are more than welcome and you will learn a huge amount of information by watching, but you will need to book in advance please, if you choose to spectate you will need to bring a notebook and pen with you.

Facilities

We like to think we cater for our clinic participants well, Outdoor pens are supplied for your horses which are electrified. We provide a very good lunch for both our riders and our spectators. Drinks are available throughout the day. Human accommodation is NOT provided, however we can provide a list of local B&Bs which are within 10 miles of our centre. You may also camp or sleep in your trailer or wagon in the field should you wish.

How to Book

To book your place on this exciting course either as a rider or spectator, please use either the Online or Paper form. Remember to confirm your booking by sending your 50% deposit (riders) or full fee (spectators). Once we have received your booking, further details of the clinic will be forwarded to you.