The OLD BERKELEY HUNT RIDING CLUB is very keen to give members training opportunities in all disciplines:

  • to help you improve your competitive riding
  • to give you a chance to practise with help from an experienced trainer
  • to enjoy working with your horse
  • to get to know other members

Sessions are divided into groups according to ability.  Everyone is welcome.

Upcoming Training

Summer Jumping Training Saturday 19th May

Instructor Amy Kearney

Venue: Club Field, Hog Lane, Ashley Green

Cost of Lessons: 1:1 x 30 mins @ £13, 2 sharing x 45 mins @ £11 per rider, 3 sharing x 1 hour @ £10 per rider

To book text Amy on 07927 807094. Pay online in advance Ref AKSJ + surname, Sort code 30-92-77 Account No 01474131 A/C Old Berkeley Hunt Riding Club

Amy is very happy to tailor lessons to suit riders abilities. You can do pole work exercises or jumping training, including course practice. From poles on the ground, tiny cross poles up to 1m course height.

Winter Dressage Training

Instructor: Gail Allum

Venue: Hill Green Farm, Wigginton HP26 6HE

Saturday 5 May

Saturday 2 June

Please book directly with Gail 07971 449397 or

Specially negotiated OBHRC rate: £30.00 for half an hour or £35.00 for 45 minutes

Make payment directly to Gail on the day.

Allow time to warm up fully particularly if you are only having a half hour lesson. There is a separate 60m outdoor school.

Winter flatwork instruction

Instructor: Anna Smallwood

Venue: Club Field, Hog Lane, Ashley Green HP5 3PY

Thursday Evening 17th May

Wednesday Evening 30th May

Cost of lessons: 

2 Riders sharing 45 mins: £15 each Rider

All bookings to be made by the Monday before the date of instruction please. 

To book: Email Veronica Mash on

Giving your full name please.

Pay online in advance with reference: AS Dr+SURNAME

Sort Code: 30-92-77

Account number: 01474131



Provisional date:13–15 April 2018
Venue: Foxhill Farm

Full details to follow.
Organiser: Sue Hutchinson

Training - Cancellations

The OBH Club has always tried to offer instruction at the lowest possible cost to members by juggling times, sessions etc. However this does mean that unforseen cancellations can result in the Club making a loss, as we still have to pay for the instructor & the venue. Rather than increase the cost of lessons to everyone, or asking for money in advance - which many clubs do, it has been decided that members who cancel lessons with less than 24 hours notice will be asked for a contribution sufficient to ensure that the Club does not make a loss. This wil

l be at the organiser's discretion; but it does mean that we can keep the cost of lessons as low as possible for the benefit of all.