The National Development Programme for Coaching Excellence is aimed at coaches who sustain and grow participation in equestrian sports.
The programme recognises the importance of high performing coaches working with grass roots riders. Partially funded by the British Equestrian Federation and Sport England, the 12 month programme runs across British Dressage, British Show Jumping and British Eventing.
British Eventing is delighted to announce that four BE Accredited Coaches have been selected for the 2017/2018 programme.
• Fran Bird BHSI
• Sam Champney-Warrener BHSI
• Clare Chamberlayne BHSI
• Tracy Garside BHSII
Warwickshire’s Fran Bird runs regular training clinics at her base Regal Equestrian as well as at other local training venues. Fran has evented up to advanced level; she has a 1st class honours degree as well as a post graduate diploma in Education. A BHSI, (Stage 5 performance coach in complete horsemanship) Fran offers a variety of training opportunities via British Eventing’s Training and Education programme including two day competition camps and confidence building clinics.
Sam Champney-Warrener is a qualified stage 5 performance coach in complete horsemanship (BHSI) and is a UKCC level 3 Accredited Coach. An advanced eventer herself, Sam hosts regular coaching clinics at her base in East Sussex for riders of all standards; as well as cross country riding clinics through the BE’s Training and Education programme. She can often be spotted at Munstead Horse Trials as the onsite coach for the BE80(T) classes.
As a trained sports psychologist and BHSI (Stage 5 performance coach in complete horsemanship) Clare Chamberlayne applies a holistic approach to her coaching. A member of the gold medal winning British young rider team in 2001, Clare has competed at both the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton and Land Rover Burghley International Horse Trials. She has a wealth of coaching experience including setting up two Pony Club centres in military bases, as well as a riding school in Chiang Mai (Northern Thailand).
Yorkshire-based Tracy Garside provides regular training for the Harewood Combined Training Group, Nidd Valley Riding Club and acts as Chief Instructor for the Bramham Moor Pony Club. She is also involved in the Retraining of Racehorses (ROR) programme in Northern England. Tracey produced her horse ‘Dunauger’ from pre novice to 4* star level, completing Burghley in 2008. She holds her BHSII and UKCC level 3.
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Article Source: British Eventing News
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