Clinics 

Port Macquarie Horse Riding Centre is pleased to announce we will be running regular clinics throughout the year. These Clinics will be hosted by industry professionals from a variety of areas of the horse world. 

Here are just a few topics we will cover this year: 

 

Working Equitation

Trailer Loading

Dressage
Natural Horsemanship

Jumping 

We have a full sized 60x20 sand dressage arena plus a large jump paddock and access to plenty of trails. Plenty of room to park and access to a large day yard and running water and to sweeten the deal, we also share grounds with a winery cellar door and restaurant. 


If you are a coach and would like to express interest in holding a clinic, please contact us. 

Judy & Sam Fasher EA Coach Assessments and Eventing Clinic

6 & 7 January 2018 

We are very excited to be hosting Judy Fasher, Chair of Equestrian Australia, Level two coach and coach educator and Sam Fasher level two coach and coach educator will be joining us over two days to assess new coaches currently studying through EA coaching as well as Judy offering Dressage, Jumping and Cross Country lessons, privatley and in groups. 

1hr Private Dressage $110pp
1hr Cross Country or Showjumping group 2-3 riders $105pp
1hr Cross Country or Showjumping group 4-5 riders $85pp 
Coach assessments $135 per session for intro level coaching. Other level assessments also available upon request. 

Bookings essential. Rates based on BYO horse.This will be an excellent opportunity to be coached by top instructors in a relaxed, local setting.


About Judy:

A former Journalist who worked for the ABC, Judy is a committed and dedicated servant of the sport and has many areas of expertise in equestrian including high performance, marketing and media, junior development, eventing and coaching. She is a mentor to many in the sport. Judy is an EA NCAS Level 2 Coach and Coach Educator as well as a volunteer.

Feb 2017 Clinic Information 

INTRODUCTION TO WORKING EQUITATION

with EA level 1 Coach, Muriel Plater. 

What is working equitation?? 
"A combination of dressage, working in a soft frame, completing an obstacle course with a speed section to add to the fun".

Horses can be ridden in any gear and bits legal to EA in eventing and showjumping. EA approved helmets must be worn as well as riding boots. 

Groups of 4 riders. 1.5hr sessions. $75 per person if you bring your own horse, or hire a school horse for an additional $40. 

ABOUT MURIEL: 

Muriel has been an EA dressage coach for nearly 20 years. Trained and ridden/competed horses to Advanced dressage. She has been a dressage judge for the same amount of years. In the last 2 years she has taken an interest in Working Equitation. She had her first Competition came 2nd plus at her 2nd comp became Reserve Champion.

"I find Working Equitation is an enjoyable and easy way of training your horse with it having 3 phases - Dressage, Ease of Handling (doing an obstacle course in a dressage/soft frame), and then the Speed section which adds the fun side to Competition."


To express interest, please contact Angela on 0405311217