New Training initiative launched by British Dressage

4632 Flexi-Training Seniors, Para and Byrds with Vikki Hayton UKCC2 (Notts) Book in via British Dressage Northern Region Activities/BookWhen

https://bookwhen.com/bdnorthern – All counts towards official training….

Members/Club members/Byrds
£45.00
Private Lesson 45 minutes

Non members/Associate members
£50.00
Private Lesson 45 Minutes

Members/Club members/Byrds
£35.00
Shared Lesson One Hour

Non members/Associate members
£40.00
Shared Lesson One Hour

Members/Club members/Byrds
£28.00
Group Lesson One Hour

Non members/Associate members
£33.00
Group Lesson One Hour

This is a new training initiative for Northern Region. You will book your lesson and on receipt of your email and unique booking code will book your lesson direct with Vikki at College Farm at a mutually convenient time. Your training will be recorded as BD training towards regional team selection policies.

Vikki Hayton is a BD Recognised coach (UKCC level 2) she also has a Masters Degree in Teaching and Learning. In addition, she is a fully qualified British Horse Society Instructor, a BHS Examiner, British Dressage Judge, BD Northern Region Chairperson and a National Accredited British Eventing Coach.

Full contact details will be provided in your confirmation email and your Unique booking code for single use is valid for three months.

LOCATION
College Farm EC, West Markham, Tuxford, Newark, NG22 0GT, easy to find and just off A1

Book When Website for Lesson Bookings

All my lessons will now be booked through the Book When website, British Dressage Northern Section, please click here: – https://bookwhen.com/bdnorthern

The British Dressage Northern Region covers Derbyshire, Durham, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and Yorkshire.
Bookwhen manages a broad range of events and activities and these are open to British Dressage Full and Club members and at a small additional cost to Associate and Non-members.

30 Minute Flatwork Lesson

Use dressage trainer Vikki Hayton’s advice to combine three easy exercises and make a handy 30-minute lesson.

The beauty of this particular lesson is that it will engage your horse and lift his forehand. Read the article on the Your Horse Website.