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kirstyndshaky

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Instructor???

anyone know a decent freelance dressage instructor in the North East??I've got a really good general instructor but was looking 4 some one more specialised every now and again?My previous dressage instructor really didnt help me through a crisis of confidence so i'm currently without 1!

Any help would be great!!

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redblake

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redblake says:

Re: Instructor???

Have a look on the BD website they have lists of trainers in your area who might be able to help.

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kirstyndshaky

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Re: Instructor???

thanks for the idea, just had a go, but no results returned in cleveland (which although i live in sunderland, is where shaky lives!)

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Jeff

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Jeff says:

Re: Instructor???

hi I can help you, I live in London but I can move sometimes at the weekends...you can see my cv on my blog.

 

I hope to help you soon

 

Jean-François DAVID

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kirstyndshaky

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Re: Instructor???

I've found some1 at the mo 2 try and see if i like her, but shaky is lame with a kick so will be a few weeks before he is fit enough for a proper lesson anyway!

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sarahnbronson

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Re: Instructor???

You could try looking on your local BYRDs website (british young rider dressage scheme). I think there are some instructors on there who aren't listed on the British Dressage list.

Or try looking for an instructor listed with British Eventing, they'll know alot about dressage too. Bronson's flatwork's improved no end since I started having the odd lesson with an eventing instructor

Hope you (and Shaky) get on well with the instructor you're trying though (:

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kirstyndshaky

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Re: Instructor???

Great idea, hadnt thought of that!!!!just been on though, and still none in shaky's area!!!this is ridiculous!!!!(hope i spelt that right!lol!) Havnt had a lesson yet with her, but he's sound now, yay!!!and just starting back in work, he's not impressed!!!The annoying thing is, I love my current instructor, and she totally understands shaky (he's a bit stupid, see the strangest question ever asked in general riding questions for just how stupid!!) I just want a really specialised lesson once a month, I cant compete (no transport!) so I'm not expecting to get to a fantastic (word of the month!!!everyone start using it!) standard, just some stuff 4 me and him 2 enjoy!

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gbond0802

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gbond0802 says:

Re: Instructor???

Hi again just read your post n since I'm from th same area thought I'd give some help. I use Wendy Howse if it's specifically for dressage. she helped me prepare for the riding club championships n I strongly recommend her as she's very good and her prices aren't tht bad either. You can get her number from th BD website, she's based in Stocksfield but is willing to travel so I normally hav an hour private lessson which last time was £24. If  not try Chrissie Havis, also on BD website for NE. i haven't had a lesson off her yet but I've heard she's very good to. Hope this helps!

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