LEISURE IRELAND'S

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Welcome to Ireland's Riding Stables 

Hayes Green Road, Bedworth, Warwickshire CV120BU

Office Telephone : 024 7673  2468                Mobile : 07974 716057 

Livery - Keith Ireland  07974 716057           Lessons - Michelle Ireland  07814 263013  

Email : keith@walktrot.com      diane@walktrot.com      michelle@walktrot.com

 

The Ireland's Riding School ran from 1991 until 2011 a total of 20 years. This is a history of that time when hard work and commitment by our family led to happy times. Financial conditions and health and safety restrictions meant the Full Riding School closed in 2011. Activities based around livery horses continue (below),

Stables in Photographs

LIVERY

We have a limited amount of livery available at times and we are a family orientated yard so it is always friendly.

Each horse/pony has it's own small grass paddock for turnout at the stables and we have a large grazing field within walking distance nearby. Each livery is allocated a tack shed and larger hay/straw storage area.

We do have a large sand paddock for use for schooling and jumping.

We are none profit making and livery charges reflect costs of running the stables at cost neutral.

Phone 07974 716057

RIDING SCHOOL

We still maintain a Riding School Licence and Liability Insurance so lessons are available by arrangement on a Saturday morning through Michelle Ireland (BHSAI). 07814 263013

 

Client Registration forms (Please sign and complete both before riding)

Hard copies can be available at the stables should you not be able to print.

 

Rider Registration Form can be found here

Rider Code of Conduct Form can be found here

Certificates Offered  

Printouts (PDF) for your folder can be found here 

Worksheets (PDF) for your folder can be found here      

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BRONZE AWARD 3

 

OBJECTIVES

To start to learn about riding ponies.

Begin handling ponies and start to become confident around them.

SILVER AWARD 3 

            

OBJECTIVES       

Have a basic understanding of ponies.  

Achieve confidence in handling and riding a pony.           

To improve and enjoy learning about ponies.

GOLD AWARD 3

 

OBJECTIVES

Work towards an effective and balanced seat on the flat and over jumps.

Know how to behave when riding on the roads and in the countryside

Understand the requirements of a pony at grass

BRONZE AWARD 2

 

OBJECTIVES

Learn to have control when riding off the lead rein.

Start to understand how to care for ponies.

SILVER AWARD 2

 

OBJECTIVES

Start to develop a balanced seat.

Become more involved in looking after ponies.

GOLD AWARD 2

 

OBJECTIVES

Improve position on the flat and over jumps

Understand the combined system of keeping ponies

Understand the requirements of a stabled pony

Be courteous to other road users

BRONZE AWARD 1

 

OBJECTIVES

Make controlled transitions

Ride independently from the rest of the ride.

Start to be actively involved in the care of ponies.

SILVER AWARD 1

 

OBJECTIVES

To be working towards developing a balanced seat independent of the reins.

Understand elementary aids and be able to apply them.

GOLD AWARD 1

 

OBJECTIVES

Be in control of the pony in all paces and over jumps

Have control over a pony on the roads and in the countryside

Know how to look after a grass kept pony, or a pony on a combined system

Know the country lore

 

 

PLATINUM AWARD 3

PLATINUM AWARD 2

PLATINUM AWARD 1

OBJECTIVES

 

To work towards becoming an educated and practical horseman

To be able to look after ponies kept at grass and have experience and knowledge of looking after stabled horses

To be able to ride at all paces over fences and varying terrain

To be able to ride a well mannered horse or pony out hunting and be able to prepare him before the day and care for him afterwards

To have a knowledge of pace, distance and discipline to ride intelligently and safely in a group or alone

Ride with due regard for others in the country and on the roads

To be able to ride safely on the public highway

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