The BHS Masters’ Series 2021


The British Horse Society Masters’ Series which was originally launched earlier this year. The fourth programme has just been released.

What is the Master’s Series:

The series consists of four innovative Masterclasses from the very best in the equestrian world with the final episode in the series being a Q&A panel discussion with the featured coaches.

Each episode is presented by a Fellow of The British Horse Society and focusses on one of their top training topics. With something for everyone, regardless of the level of riding or ambition, their guidance is inspirational. Keep your eye out for our special guests with top riders featuring in every episode.

Who’s involved:

Episode 1: ‘Reaching for Pole Position’ with Yogi Breisner

This episode provides innovative pole work exercises and dressage test. This episode will help improve riders balance and accuracy with the pole work exercises Yogi created or riders can test themselves by recreating the perfect performance of the full pole work test as demonstrated by top event rider Laura Collett riding her Olympic horse, London 52.

Episode 2: ‘Lateral Learning’ with Richard Davison

The second episode starring Olympian Richard Davison shows us how lateral work can improve every aspect of a horse’s performance, from hacking out to shaving off seconds in the jump off. Richard works both with dressage and jumping horses to show that lateral work is not just for dressage!

Episode 3: ‘Three Steps to Success’ with Caroline Moore

Using arena eventing fences, including slopes and an exciting water complex, Caroline introduces us to her three-step process; training to learn, training to compete and training to win. For the final section of the programme, training to win, she was joined by Ros Canter and her World Championship Horse Allstar B for a masterclass in exactly how to get it right!

Episode 4: ‘ Learning Without Limits’ with Erik’s Mackechnie-Guire

‘Learning Without Limits’ is the fourth episode in the series. In this episode Erik shows how he works with recreational and para riders with limiting factors, caused by accident and illnesses, to show there really are no limits when you have the will to succeed!

Q&A session:

The final programme in the series is a Q&A panel discussion with the coaches which is currently scheduled for later this year.

Why this is useful to BRC members and Accredited Professionals

By using the code BRC21 BRC members are able to get £5 off the first episode and £5 off the full package. Episodes in the full package excludes the first episode.

Accredited Professionals are able to use this series towards their CPD. 1 point per video and 2 points for final discussion group. APC are able to claim the first episode for free and get £15 off the full package using other codes made directly available to APC’s.

If you have any question or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.

Many thanks,

Jessica Payne
BHS Events Assistant
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