Phone: 01765 608 489 | Email: training@equineskills.co.uk

Our workshops

At XLEquine we are committed to providing you with up-to-date practical training to enable you grow your equine knowledge and skills. EquineSkills workshops will always be delivered to small groups to allow plenty of one to one teaching in a friendly and informal environment.

All delegates will receive a workbook to take home to consolidate learning and a certificate of attendance. Refreshments are provided at all workshops, full day workshops also include lunch. If you have any dietary requirements please mention this at the time of booking.

EquineSkills workshops are always led in a friendly and informal manner to ensure everyone feels at ease. You will have a new group of friends by the end of the workshop!

EquineSkills workshops are always led in a friendly and informal manner to ensure everyone feels at ease. You will have a new group of friends by the end of the workshop!

Our workshops currently include:

First aid for your horse

Horse and rider first aid training

How horses learn

Equine foot care

Understanding your horse’s back

Old friends and saying goodbye

We mostly train people who are 18 years and over, however we can offer training to people below this age.  Please contact the EquineSkills office on 01765 608489 before booking onto a workshop.

Our workshop partners:

HORSES INSIDE OUT 

Gillian Higgins teaches as a second trainer on our ‘Understanding your horses back’ workshop, delivering the anatomical painting session. Gillian is an experienced horsewoman and has many years of experience as a professional sports and remedial therapist, specialising in assessing and mobilising muscles.

 

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Medi-K work with us on the ‘Horse and rider first aid workshop’, they are not your average first aid training company, they attend yards and riding establishments, don’t mind getting dirty, thoroughly enjoy the horsey chatter & most importantly they make first aid fun! The rider first aid section is 100% focussed on injuries that would be sustained by horse riders.

 

We are proud that all of our workshops are endorsed by the Association of British Riding Schools.

ABRS