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Surrey Area Training Dates - October - December 2011

Thursday 20 October 2011

Surrey Area Training Dates - October - December 2011

British Showjumping Area 44
Training Dates
Oct-Dec
Incorporating the NAF Five star performance awards
 
Date
Time
Type
Coach
Venue
Cost
Sat 29th Oct
9.30
NAF 1 star Award
Carl Belson
Willow Farm Stud
£60 with Lunch
Thurs 3rd Nov
4.00-Ponies 80-90cm
5.00-Ponies 90cm-1.10cm
6.00-Horses 80cm-1m
7.00-Horses-1m Plus
Area/Junior/Senior
Corinne Bracken
Willow Farm Stud
£25 Members
£30 Non Members
Sat 5th Nov
9.30
NAF 1 star Award
Carl Belson
Willow Farm Stud
£60 with Lunch
Thurs 17th Nov
4.00-Ponies 80-90cm
5.00-Ponies 90cm-1.10cm
6.00-Horses 80cm-1m
7.00-Horses-1m Plus
Area/Junior/Senior
Corinne Bracken
Willow Farm Stud
£25 Members
£30 Non Members
Sat 19th Nov
9.30 Ponies 80 cm 
10.30 Ponies 90cm
11.30 Ponies 1m
1.00 horses 80cm
2.00 Horses 90cm
3.00 Horses 1m
Area/Junior/Senior
Course Jumping
Carl Belson
Parwood
TBC
£25 Members
£30 Non Members
Sat 3rd Dec
9.30
NAF 1/2 star Award
Carl Belson
Willow Farm Stud
£60 with Lunch
Sun 10th Dec
9.30
NAF 3 star Award
Carl Belson
Willow Farm Stud
£60 with Lunch
Sun 17th Dec
1.5 Hrs Sessions
9.30 Ponies 80cm
11.00 Ponies 90cm
1.00 Ponies 1m
2.30 Horses 90cm-1.10cm
Junior Academy
Carl Belson
Willow Farm Stud
£35Members
£40Non Members
 
The NAF Five star performance awards will be run as 1 theory and 2 riding sessions per day with the plan to be to get as many people through their 3 as possible by the end of the year which entities you to 6 months free membership with British Showjumping
One thing’s for sure - you can never stop learning and as your education increases so will your confidence in the ring, as will that of your horse.
The NAF British Showjumping Five Star Performance Awards programme delivers comprehensive training and a positive structure. With a series of progressive standards, the 5 star award programme provides clear goals and competencies for all levels and abilities to strive for.

Whether you’re new to the sport and want to know more about it, or an experienced amateur rider or full-time professional, each level of award requires you to set out your personal goals and achieve the ridden skills. This encourages good basic riding standards and knowledge of horse care, rules and equitation.

The awards are progressive so it’s important not to miss out on the foundations. This is why riders are asked to complete the written questions in all awards below the level they are taking. This outlines the standards you need to meet at each level and will help to identify your goals.
 For further Information please see the training page on British Showjumping’s website

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