Barguse is thrilled to host jumping clinics with Richard Waygood MBE. Richard has numerous achievements to his name (please see his profile) but one of his main strengths is his ability to combine informative training sessions whilst maintaining a sense of fun. Regardless of the level or ability of horse and rider, Richard will help you with any problems in your training and offer solutions that enable you to feel confident in moving ahead in the right direction. These clinics are suitable for horses from all three disciplines, both junior and senior riders, from pony club level to advanced! The sessions run from 30 minutes to 45 minutes depending on number of riders and can be taken as either a group or semi private or private session. Costs for the sessions are:
* £40 per person for a pair
* £35 per person for 3 or more riders. (no more than 4 riders per group)
If you wish to book a place please either contact the office on 01208 831817 or return the booking form ensuring all the relevant details are filled in. Places will not be confirmed until we receive full payment. Payment can be made by cheque or cash. Cheques are to be made out to R Waygood. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. A cancellation policy applies (please see FAQ’s)
Light refreshments are available to purchase on the day. Spectators are welcome. If you require stabling for the day or evening, please contact the office direct to check out availability and costs. We are more than happy to accommodate riders who wish to stay overnight in their lorries. We have plenty of hard standing, an electricity supply to hook up too and toilet facilities!
A bit about Richard!!
Richard Waygood started his career at the age of 16 when he joined the Household Cavalry. After many years of hard work and dedication, he was commissioned from the ranks to hold the highly prestigious and respected post of Riding Master for the Household Cavalry. This role encompassed many duties from the State Opening of Parliament to choreographing and running the world famous Household Cavalry Musical Ride which performed worldwide. He was the first serving officer of the British Army to compete at Badminton for 23 years where he not only finished clear but was also inside the top 20. He went on to compete there a further three times and has been placed at other major three day events such as Luhmuhlen, Blenheim and Burghley. He retired a Major in 2009 and in the same year received an MBE by Her Majesty The Queen for services to equestrianism.
As well as being a top event rider, he is a BE accredited trainer, is the Chef d’Equipe and trainer for the 2** European Eventing Team and is Chef d’Equipe for the British Dressage Team. He coaches and trains many riders up to international level and has been guest coach for 80 instructors on their accreditation day at Milton Keynes Eventing Centre. He can also be spotted conducting course walks at many of the top events!
For more info please visit Richard’s website.
Booking Form here or please contact the office