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Clinics

Because of our brilliant facilities at Inchoonans Equestrian we are extremely fortunate to include some fabulous trainers to teach at our clinics.

Jane Gilchrist Clinic

Teaching

BHSII (regd), PC Chief Instructor, B test examiner and Visiting Instructor, First receipient of the Anne Balfour Kinnear young instructors award, AwardedBHS Leonardo Da Vinci Programme to Germany for Dressage.

Alex Barr Jumping Clinic

Teaching

Alex Barr, one of Britain’s up and coming young talents having already had numerous successes competing at national and International level. Currently ranked in the top 50 riders in Britain Alex continues to gain recognition throughout the industry for his successes as a rider but also for his reputation as a top quality producer of young horses, trainer and coach.

Alex Hargie Dressage Clinic

Teaching

Alex Hargie has successfully trained a variety of horses in the Dressage discipline from Novice to Grand Prix. He has worked and trained with the best from Emile Faune to Henk Von Bergen. Indulge yourself with one of the Masters of complete schooling and corrective training.

Liz Eddie Clinic

Teaching

Liz trained with the late Pamela Hannay, senior instructor at the Ohashi Institute in New York and pioneer of equine shiatsu. Liz has been working with horses, riders and dogs since 1997 and has built up a large and varied practice throughout Scotland. Clients range from internationally competing show-jumpers and eventers, to arthritic family pets. All horses enjoy Shiatsu and so if you feel your horse would benefit from a session, please do get in touch.

Carol Stanley Clinic

Teaching

After 3 years training and competing in Germany, Carol came to Scotland to train and gain BHS qualifications. Having trained with Carl Hester, Ernest Dillon, William Mickdem and produced and trained horses to Novice level eventing she is now a BHSII (regd) and takes pride in coaching the confident and not so confident rider in showjumping, dressage and cross-country.

David Harland 
Jumping Clinic

Teaching

David Harland has vast experience in the equestrian world which really shows through in his teaching. Currently competing on the national showjumping circuit and with previous international experience David's an excellent jumping coach and is a fully qualified ukcc level 2 instructor. Due to his love of teaching, patience and the ability to produce horses at all levels David has an excellent background to teach both jumping and flatwork. Whether you are 6 years old, needing confidence or looking to compete at the top level he caters for all levels and abilities.

Rob Wilson Rider Physio

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