Bicester Riding Club Dressage Training with Ian Cast

Bicester Riding Club Dressage Training with Ian Cast (Going Ahead)

Show Date
Sat, Feb 10, 2018

Class 1
Training Clinic - Individual    
Entry Fee:
Member Fee:
45 minutes Individual Lesson

Show Secretary: Bicester Riding Club
Manor Farm, Whitecross Green, Murcott, Oxfordshire, 0X5 2RF

Manor Farm, Whitecross Green , Murcott , Oxfordshire OX52RF

Show Information

Ian has trained with a number of International Riders, Trainers, and Judges and, as part of Charlotte DuJardins team is fortunate to be able to attend training sessions and observe their skills on a regular basis. Ian works with a variety of clients ranging from Prelim to Grand Prix, National to International Level. Ian has a kind and encouraging teaching style and works with you to bring out the best in your horse to develop your dressage and help you move up the levels.

Payment Details & Event Fees

You can enter using our Secure Online Entry System.
Payment is secure and it goes directly to Bicester Riding Club.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.

COST: £35 per 45 minute lesson for member £40 for non members

Terms & Conditions

If the booking is cancelled by the booker, a refund (less a £5 administration fee) or transfer to another event will only be given if the Organiser is able to fill the place.
In the unlikely event that we have to cancel an event we will offer alternative arrangements, if these are not acceptable to you we will refund all of the event fee, but will not be responsible for any other losses incurred.

Bad Weather or Conditions
Activities might be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions.
You should call the event organiser before you leave for the centre if the weather is in doubt.
We reserve the right to cancel riding because of bad weather at any time. The Committee’s decision is final.

Clothing Standards
Hard hats (to current BHS requirements) must be worn by all riders.
Body protectors are strongly advised for jumping and mandatory for cross country.

Horse Riding
Horse riding is a risk sport. We make every effort to ensure the safety of our members and their property. Members must accept the risk of personal injury or loss for whatever reason, while attending an event.


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