Riding and Equitation Theory Clinics advance/discount booking for members closes 7 days prior to the event date.

Following this, members and non-members may book onto the course if space allows with a booking surcharge.

Final booking closes 2 days before the event date.

Should an event be over-subscribed, a waiting list will be kept and those on the waiting list will be notified should anyone withdraw.

A refund will only be possible if a withdrawn space is able to be filled.

Should minimum participation numbers not be achieved, the course will be cancelled and members refunded in full.

Should the event need to be cancelled for any other reason – ill health or poor weather for instance, members will be refunded in full.

For riding clinics, vehicles are expected to arrive up to 30 mins before the session starts and to be tacked up and led down to the menage ready to start the session.

Where possible, tacking up should be conducted in a secure location – in the yard or stable with gates closed, or in your horsebox/trailer as suits.

Where possible, participants should depart within 30 mins of the end of their session to enable future participants access to parking.

All riders should wear hard hats when mounted. Body protectors are advised for jumping clinics. Air jackets may be used at the rider’s discretion. Gloves are advised but must be worn, as must hard hats for lunging and long-reining. Members are welcome to attend all courses in jodhpurs/breeches and suitable footwear.

Anna is very experienced, caring, calm and knowledgeable about all aspects of riding and horse management whose motto is the horse comes first

Sarah Houston

Anna makes the lesson fun so you don't realise how much you're pushing yourself. She has been encouraging with my daughter and being very patient with me! I can't recommend her enough!

Kim Casey

Being a part of EVENTERPRISE is cost effective as there are regular sj and flatwork group clinics - it all helps make the pennies go further! Anna also organises social events such as film nights (not all horse orientated which helps keep one’s partner awake!!), talks and demos which encourages the social side of things.

Kim Severn