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Q1. Can you supply me with any details of either your riding school or that of another which you recommend in Romford area?

Q2. Why do you not take more than 8 riders in group lessons?

Q3. What kind of riding experience do you have?

Q4. What kind of teaching experience do you have?

Q5. Do you take part in any competitions/shows?

Q6. How much do you charge for schooling and how long does it usually take?


The questions above are the most often asked ones. If you do not see the question and answer that you were looking for, please e-mail me or put it in a form at Contact page and I will try to answer it as soon as I can. Unfortunately I am not able to give a bitting advise over the phone as I need to see how much room an individual horse has in the mouth to accomodate the bit.


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A1. Can you supply me with any details of either your riding school or that of another which you recommend in Romford area?

There is a riding school in Romford which would probably be nearest to you
Eastminster School of Riding Ltd.
Hooks Hall Farm, The Chase, Rushgreen, Romford RM7 0SS. Tel: 01708 447423.

I would also recommend:

1. LEE VALLEY REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY
Lee Valley Riding Centre
Lea Bridge Road, Leyton
London, E10 7QL
Tel. 020 8556 2629
Fax. 020 8903 0558

2. Newham Riding School & Association
The Docklands Equestrian Centre
2 Claps Gate Lane, Beckton E6 4JF
Tel: 020 7 511 3917

3. Aldborough Hall Equestrian Centre Ltd
Aldborough Hatch
Ilford IG2 7TE
Tel: 0181 590 1433

There is a much greater choice of the BHS approved riding schools at British Horse Society web site.


A2. Why do you not take more than 8 riders in a group lesson?

I want each of you to have an intense enough lesson, be able to move around the school freely without bumping into each other, be able to concentrate on the theme taught and spend more time riding and learning rather than wait for your turn after the other riders.


A3. What kind of riding experience do you have?

Since I was 12, I rode in the Olympic Horse Riding School in Minsk, Republic of Belarus (my country of origin). I rode well-schooled horses as well as trained youngsters. I competed at local shows and regional dressage and showjumping events on different horses until 1996, when I was ready to purchase my own horse. I trained my horse up to an intermediate/advanced dressage level and we competed regularly at regional events.
In 1999 I got married and came to the UK. In order to get to know the british equestrian world I have been riding and working at various local riding schools: Aldborough Hall, Docklands Equestrian Centre, Eastminster School of Riding, High Beach Riding School, Lee Valley Riding Centre. I have attained the BHSAI qualification in 2005 and currently I work part time as a freelance instructor and teach part time at a busy riding school in East London.


A4. What kind of teaching experience do you have?

I am a BHSAI registered riding instructor. I have started teaching adults and children in 1997 when I was working part time in a riding school in Minsk. I have taught pupils from a beginner up to an advanced level both adults and children. I have undertaken all types of lessons: lunge and lead rein, dressage, showjumping and cross-country, also private and group lessons. Apart from being a freelance instructor I also teach part time at a busy riding school in London.


A5. Do you compete?

Yes, I compete on horses that belong to my pupils and also with my own horse. Mostly I take part in showjumping or dressage type of events but I also like eventing.


A6. How much do you charge for schooling and how long does it usually take to bring a horse on to a competition level?

My schooling rates start at £20 per session, depending on location, current schooling level of the horse and the work required. The progress depends on the horse. Some horses learn faster than others. The schooling time also depends on the required end result and an individual horse.

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