Following the success of two seasons of Harry Hall Yard Visits we are pleased to announce we have more dates lined up with some leading names in the coming months.
Each visit is absolutely FREE OF CHARGE, and enables 12 people to win a PAIR of tickets to visit a top rider while they school their horses, share insights, tour the yard and reveal the kit, bits and methods that they swear by.
“A fantastic experience — fun, informative and friendly. Didn’t want the morning to end!”
“It’s great to meet people who have managed to achieve such a high level...something for us all to aspire to.”
“It was very much appreciated, informative and insightful. Having the opportunity and privilege to watch and learn with such professionals is always regarded to be a fortunate.” Tricia Hynd – Moody Dressage Yard Visit.
“I had a fantastic time, learned lots and it was so lovely to have a visit and see how the pros do things.” Jade Manton – Tom Crisp Yard Visit
Harry Hall Editor Lucy Higginson said: “Our aim with these visits is to enable customers around Britain to enjoy a snapshot of a professional yard with a view to picking up insights, tips and inspiration for their own riding, whatever their own goals. Enjoying riding at every level, in style and comfort, is, after all, what Harry Hall is all about.”
Apply for your pair of tickets for our next Yard Visit of the year with Event Rider Tim Cheffings in Tiverton, Devon on 19th April.
To win free tickets make sure you are following Harry Hall on Facebook and follow the instructions on how to enter.
Tim is an established event rider now competing at elite four-star level. He an accredited riding instructor and British Eventing coach, whose talents also won him training with Sir Mark Todd last year in the 'Mark Todd Bridging the Gap Scholarship'. The vast majority of Tim's rides when he started out were homebred youngsters he backed and brought on himself and he is known for his perceptive and calm approach to his horses and their training. Tim rides a variety of horses, most of which have been started from scratch at his family base, near Tiverton, and are now successfully going up through the levels.
Come and see inside a top Event Rider’s yard and watch some of Tim’s horses working at home as she demonstrates schooling techniques he uses.