Brendon Riding Centre at Pyecombe, Sussex, is hosting a series of eventing clinics this month. It begins with a Kristina Cook eventing clinic on Thursday January 24, in the Paris outdoor all weather arena with arena eventing fences.
Clinics are open to competing horses/ponies at 80cms level and above. Groups will be based on ability as stated on booking form and there will be one hours morning group sessions with a maximum of four in a group.
Kristina Cook competing with Billy The Red
Photo: British Eventing
Groups may be amalgamated within two height levels dependant on attendees.
KristinaCook is a British three-day eventing rider and the 2009 European Champion. A three-time Olympic medallist, she won individual and team bronze in Beijing 2008 and team silver in 2012 at her second Olympic appearance at London 2012 on Miners Frolic .
At the 2012 Olympics in London, Tina won silver in Team Eventing with partners Nicola Wilson, Zara Phillips, Mary King and William Fox-Pitt.
This Brendon clinic offers an excellent opportunity to train with an Olympian Eventing rider and trainer with an exciting range of eventing fences to help you and your horse compete to your best
Bookings and payment in advance only. You can book using Brendon’s Secure Online Entry System. Payment is secure and it goes directly to Brendon Pyecombe.
You will receive an email confirmation of your booking and payment.
Cost of Clinic: £65 per person per session.
This clinic will be followed a Gemma Tattersall eventing clinic on Tuesday February 5. On Friday February 22 Amber Barson-Greally will hold an Arena Eventing Clinic at Brendon.
Full details of these two clinics are available from Brendon or see: