British Eventing are extremely pleased to announce that Baileys Horse Feeds are generously donating a training clinic with legendary event rider Blythe Tait to each section winner of the Jump Training and Jumping and Style (JAS) finals.
New Zealander Blythe who is a former gold medalist at both World Championship and Olympic level will pass on his expertise at his base near Cheltenham to the winning group of riders.
Baileys, who are British Eventing winter series title sponsors, are in their second year of Jump Training sponsorship and third year of JAS. Both series are available to members and non-members and give riders and horses alike a taste of competition under the expert eye of BE Accredited Coaches.
Former JAS winner and 2011 British Senior squad member Laura Collett says: “JAS is an important part of my pre-season training which I use as a taster for my young horses and a pre-season warm up for my more experienced horses.”
British Eventing Accredited Coach Ben Leather says of the Jump Training series: “It provides a great opportunity for young riders in particular. It gives them a great start and the chance to receive some coaching on how they can improve. We should encourage more people to take part because it really does make a difference.”