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Coaching and Training

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The British Horse Society (BHS) have rated the Equestrian Centre as a Highly Commended training centre able to deliver training and assessment up to Stage 3 (BHSAI) Level. Students are provided with BHS training alongside their equine courses with the opportunity to enrol in the BHS Challenge Award scheme and BHS Stages examinations to enhance their employability.


We have two resident BHS Accredited Professional Coaches here at Moulton College who oversee the delivery of the ridden sessions on the equine programs as well as being available for coaching and training to individuals on their own horses. They also train the Northampton University Riding Club and their competitive (BUCS) team.


Sam Lacey
Sam Lacey BSc (Hons) BHSII SM has experience across the disciplines gained both in the UK and in North America. She has experience coaching individuals of all ages and abilities from the grass roots riders to those with competitive goals and riders undertaking the BHS examinations. Sam also delivers the Schooling Horses on the Flat equitation module as part of the Level 3 Horse Management Program as well as enrichment riding and training towards the BHS Challenge Awards.

Anna
Anna Hickling BSc (Hons) BHSII has experience coaching a variety of riders of all ages and abilities. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Equine Performance Management and has worked on a variety of yards providing her with vast industry experience. Anna has ridden in all disciplines and currently competes her horse in a range of affiliated competitions. Anna also delivers the Showjumping and Cross Country equitation module as part of the Level 3 Horse Management Program as well as enrichment riding and training towards the BHS Challenge Awards.

For more information on Northampton University Equestrian Club visit their website: University of Northampton Equestrian Club

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