World Horse Welfare teams up to ‘do dressage’

By: Horse Deals

World Horse Welfare teams up to ‘do dressage’
World Horse Welfare teams up to ‘do dressage’
World Horse Welfare is giving unaffiliated dressage riders the chance to compete.

The leading international horse charity is teaming up with the British Horse Society (BHS) to hold classes at their Hall Farm Recovery and Rehabilitation Centre, Snetterton, Norfolk.

The aim is to encourage inexperienced riders or riders with inexperienced or young horses in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.

The events are being held this summer with the first taking place on Saturday 11 June which includes two Prelim tests and one Novice test. The other dates are as follows: - Saturday 9 July, Saturday 13 August and Saturday 10 September.

Hall Farm Centre Manager Sue Hodgkins said "We are really pleased to be holding dressage competitions here again. It’s an exciting opportunity for World Horse Welfare and the BHS to offer riders a chance to take part in a competition with their young or novice horses in a relaxed, friendly environment with excellent facilities".

For further information please call Visitor Centre Officer Maxine Langley on 01953 499100 or 07801 880201.