Olympic medalist Jeanette Brakewell to host cross country clinic for the British Horse Society Ireland supported by Kan Body Protectors
Olympic eventing medalist Jeanette Brakewell will be in Northern Ireland on Tuesday 17 March to offer expertise and inspiration to riders of all levels.
Jeanette will be based at the BHS Approved Gransha Equestrian Centre, Bangor. Lessons will consist of a group of four riders, last for 1.5 hours and will cost £60 per horse and rider combination.
Jeanette was individual silver medallist at the World Equestrian Games in Jerez in 2002. She was the pathfinder for the British team from 1999 to 2005, winning four European team gold medals, two Olympic team silver medals and one World bronze team medal with the legendary Over To You.
Jeanette is a British Eventing Accredited Trainer and has the UKCC Level 3 Coaching Qualification.
The event is being organised by the British Horse Society Ireland supported by KAN Body Protectors.
“We are delighted to have Jeanette visiting us in Northern Ireland to pass on her knowledge and experience. Jeanette produces horses with their long term careers at the heart of her training. This aim fits well with the British Horse Society’s charitable objective of welfare through education – providing an opportunity not to be missed by those bringing on and developing young, novice or experienced horses.”
The British Horse Society is pleased to be supported by KAN Body Protectors, a Corporate Member of the British Horse Society. The British Horse Society represents and encourages awareness of all aspects of safety around horses.” said Susan Irwin, BHS Director for Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.
Wendy from KAN body protector said,
“Jeanette needs no introduction! A member of the multi-medal winning Senior British Event Team for six years with the legendary Over To You, she continues to compete at the top level.
“Jeanette has been a KAN body protector ambassador for many years and I am delighted that she is coming back Northern Ireland to host these clinics”.
Spaces are limited and available on a first come basis. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Contact Susan Irwin, BHS Director for Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland on 07808141079 or email email@example.com
Wendy McCaughan on 07796 614754 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For further information please visit www.bhs.org.uk/www.kanteq.com or search for British Horse Society Ireland/Susan Irwin or KAN Teq on Facebook.