|Here at Redbrook Equestrian we aim to offer a wide variety of activities to cater for beginners and experienced riders. With the aid of sympathetic instruction we can help you improve your riding skills and achieve your goals.|
Training ABRS Tests:|
If you haven’t got your own horse but want to set yourself some goals to improve your riding. Don’t despair because the ABRS Progressive Rider tests could be your perfect option. The ABRS recognises that not everyone is lucky enough to own a horse. Financial and time constraints mean that many riders rely on getting their ‘equine fix’ on a weekly basis, with a much looked-forward-to riding session at their local approved centre. ABRS Progressive Rider tests have been specifically designed to provide a logical and progressive system of training. They give adult and child riders a structured programme of realistic stepping stones to achieve their equestrian goals both in the saddle and on the ground. The tests can also be adapted as necessary to suit riders with a disability.
Stable Management Tests:|
These tests are designed to enhance knowledge of horse care and management. Tests 1 to 10 cover the key aspects of looking after a horse. The tests provide invaluable know-how and confidence for parents of horse-mad children who are beginning to feel a little out of their depth when they are roped in to help out with a pony!. A formal certificate is awarded for every test. The tests are recognised nationally as a respected standard of equestrian achievement. prices
Candidates begin with ABRS Test 1 of the Progressive Rider Equitation tests, which encompasses the most basic aspects of learning to ride, progressing through to test 10, which includes lateral work and riding a dressage test. Jumping is not mandatory and alternative sections are available for those opting not to jump. ABRS Progressive Rider tests are an affordable way to increase your equestrian knowledge and ability.
| ||Our pony days are a fun and informal for the children to learn a bit more about looking after horses and ponies with other pony mad children of the same age and ability. It will consist of stable management and horse care as well as quizes and games. The children will need to bring a packed lunch/drink and dress suitably in warm/waterproof clothes. Don't forget to bring suncream if neccesary!.|
We have excellent off road hacking
through woodland with optional jumps, fantastic scenery and plenty of wildlife