organises more than just a conference
Bromiley, the esteemed equine and human physiotherapist is just
one of several high profile speakers who will be contributing to
The Association of British Riding Schools Annual Conference, to
be held on 13th 14th October 2003.
to both members and non members alike, the Conference is a crucial
fixture on the events list of equestrian business professionals.
It is renowned for combining topical and practical issues together
with opportunities for the many attendees operating businesses in
similar circumstances to enjoy refreshing informal discussions.
years programme includes horse passports, riding holidays
in Britain and business workshops as well as participation from
a number of leading equestrian practitioners. Mary Bromiley will
discuss The rehabilitation of horse and rider, while
Richard Bacon, equine senior lecturer at Warwickshire College, will
provide an insight into The performance of UK riding schools.
the Tuesday attendees can enjoy demonstrations and discussions on
the ethos and procedures of ABRS teaching qualifications, while
the afternoon programme will comprise an exciting practical session
on teaching jumping in the riding school environment
with Andy Austin the BSJA performance coach.
numbers of tickets are still available. Monday: £29.95 for
ABRS members and £33.95 for non-members; Monday dinner £24.00
Tuesday: £19.95 for ABRS members and £23.95 for non-members.
Please telephone the ABRS general secretary on 01736 369440.
The conference will be held at Westmead Hotel, Hopwood, Birmingham
on Monday 13th October and at Seechem Equestrian Centre, Alvechurch,
Birmingham on Tuesday 14th October.