** Upcoming Events **
Training: 4th December gridwork, 15th Jan XC, 29th Jan Dressage
Show jumping competitions; 11th December, 22nd January, 19th February, 19th March
Dressage; 8th January, 5th February, 5th March
Check out our Horse Monkey page for more information and to make entries!
Club MobileClub mobile (active on competition days only, and for calls only - no replies will be made to texts); 07504 012567
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Competitions are open to non-members, for a small day ticket fee of £5. Non-members must abide by club rules and have their own public liability insurance as they will not be covered by the club’s insurance.
- Ride Safer XC Demo 21st December
- Upcoming competitions and training
- Arena Eventing Qualifier
- Novice winter dressage
- Area 20 Novice Winter Dressage Qualifier
Member opportunity: Synergy in motion
Anyone interested in an informative evening with Jo Ruffell (personal trainer specialising in functional training, rehabilitation, postural strength and balance)? Jo has 18yrs industry experience and in more recent years has been working closely with clinicians such as chiropractic and physiotherapists as an ongoing channel of exercise therapy. Jo was also a rider so understands the aches and pains of riders and core strength required.
Jo has offered to deliver a 2 hour workshop for riding club members, to cover the following:
1) The effects upon the body of poor posture and bio-mechanical asymmetry
2) Methods in connecting with essential breathing and postural muscles
3) Common injuries/muscular we
akness horse riders may experience and the possible reasons behind them
4) A programme of specific exercises to help fix/alleviate these problems and accompanying literature to take home.
5) An invigorating and mobilising 45 minute Synergy class which incorporates strengthening, stretching and balancing exercises finished off with relaxation.
To provide attendees with the knowledge of how to connect and activate the body more effectively in order to avoid both general and sports specific injuries/muscular discomfort.
To highlight common postural mistakes they may be making and corrective exercises to help alleviate stress and strain on the body and to enhance their current training regime (not replace).
We are scoping members for interest; if you would like us to organise this workshop, let Alison know!