Date Focus Venue Book with
11th Feb Stable Management: Horse Fitness      £5 Little Ditches Rachel
15th Feb SJ League      £15 Little Ditches Rachel

Prelim/75cms      Novice/85cms

22nd Feb QUEST Radfords British Dressage
25th Feb SADDLE BALANCE NIGHT & Pilates Launchpad, Welshpool Kay
7th March SJ League       £15 Little Ditches Rachel
  QUEST Radfords British Dressage
8th March Dressage Training with Diane Heskith Jones         £25 for 45 mins Caetrysor Emma
12th March Horse simulator  limited spaces    £27 Much Wenlock Kay
12th and 13th BE Accredited Coach Amanda Holloway Flat work and/or SJ  £75 to be shared by group

Confidence and Partnerships

Garthmyl Kay
14th March Sort The Spook   £15 Little Ditches Rachel
15th March Instructor guided SJ at Bow House Comp  cost tbc Bow House Kay

Field House Birch Cross, Marchington, Uttoxeter ST14 8NX

Fieldhouse, Staffs Emma/Kay by 16th Feb
4th April RALLY: Confidence Clinic and SJ League     £40 Alison’s at Meifod  Kay
28th April GAYNOR COLBOURN Dressage to Music Clinic

Whole package £200

Radfords Kay
21st June AREA OUTDOOR SJ Radfords Kay
4th or 5th July AREA HORSE TRAILS Sommerford Rachel


Dressage to Music Clinic with Gaynor Colbourne


April 28th


An opportunity for a DRESSAGE TO MUSIC clinic with Gaynor Colbourn

Take a look at https://www.dressagetomusicbygaynorcolbourn.com/

The event will take place at RADFORDS equestrian on APRIL 28th.  It is not cheap, but is an opportunity to get your flat work, floor plan and music all sorted.  The cost for the whole package is £200 but one you have it, you can compete at DTM competitions including AREA 20. Please let Kay know if you are interested as soon as possible as once again, if we do not have enough interest we will need to cancel.

Coaching with Amanda Holloway

March 12th and 13th

Brookfield House Garthmyl

A chance to train with BE accredited coach Amanda Holloway

(Please book AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to allow groups to be made and avoid cancellation of the event)

‘Amanda Holloway, née Sivewright, was born in St Ives, Cornwall into the revered Sivewright family who are steeped in equestrian history. Amanda’s Grandmother Pamela Kennedy Ryder-Richardson and parents, Molly and Charles Sivewright were the founder members of the renowned Talland School of Equitation, originally named after Talland Bay in St Ives and with their three daughters were part of producing Talland as a centre of equestrian excellence.

Amanda’s father, a former Colonel in the 11th Hussars, left the army when Amanda was five, and moved his family to Church Farm, Siddington, Cirencester, where they had a dairy herd and a bull, which within a very short time made way for huge numbers of horses, ponies and students galore…! Amanda has fond memories of her Father’s Saturday coaching sessions with their students and weekly Sunday morning inspections…! He was also responsible for building a super cross country course that were Amanda and her siblings ‘playground’. The Sivewrights hosted ‘discussion, training and demonstration days’ at Talland which were well attended by International coaches, judges, trainers and riders right through until her late teens. Amanda is pretty sure she could ride before she could walk and did a lot of lead rein showing when she was very little. Amanda and her siblings schooled all their ponies and horses themselves under the watchful eyes of their mother as well as some of the best coaches and trainers in the world.

Out of a family of five, four have competed Internationally. Amanda’s father was a point to point rider, keen follower of hounds and ran Talland. Amanda’s mother Molly started her riding career showing, hunting, eventing and competing in International dressage. She actively coached up until her sad passing in 2013 and is the author of three hugely sought after equestrian books, “Thinking Riding – Books 1 & 2” and “Lessons on the Lunge for Horse & Rider”.  Amanda’s elder sister, Pamela, a former International eventing and dressage rider is a well known Horse & Hound columnist and now runs the family business, Talland. Sarah, Amanda’s younger sister is a former International dressage rider, a coach and qualified equestrian expert witness. ‘

Amanda will be teaching at Brookfield House, Garthmyl on Thursday March 12th and 13th.  Lessons can be in small groups which will help to manage pricing.  Amanda’s focus is on confidence and partnership and she has an excellent track record and reputation with her clients.  Normally based in the Cotswolds this is a rare opportunity to gain from her lifetime of expertise.

Amanda is happy to teach flat work or jumping.

Please book AS SOON AS POSSIBLE to allow groups to be made and avoid cancellation of the event.