No equestrian related qualifications at present, but I hold a lot of experience and have to willingness to learn/complete my BHS stages.
Higher level certificate in Health, Social care and administration
Level 3 award in Education and Training
Teaching young adults with learning disabilities/difficulties life skills through the use of horses. Showing/helping students to look after horses and complete a regular routine of yard duties, whilst relating this to life skills.
Owning and riding horses/ponies for over 14 years. A practising commoner on the New Forest, where I turn out and bred mares and foals on the forest. Current place of work, not only requires looking after the students but also the care of the horses. From general yard duties, turning out, riding, mucking out to riding all year round.
Regularly ride own horses and other people's (including at work). Predominantly hacking across the forest or schooling.
On top of this, I take part in the yearly round ups across the forest. In herding up the ponies for their annual inspection.
Each year I race in the New Forest point to point. It is at least a three mile race across rough terrain and you only know the starting place on the day. For the past two years, I have won the young commoners race & year before won the novice.
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