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  • What level is galop 4 in horse riding france
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    07-25-2011, 05:52 AM
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Foal
english riding levels

Hi everyone.

To start of i'm just saying sorry for my spealling mistakes.

I was wondering if in england there were horse riding levels that you can pass ? Or need to have to work with horses ?

If yes, how many levels are there ? And what do you have to do in each level and know ?
     
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    07-25-2011, 07:24 AM
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Hi, Blackie, and welcome to the forum!

I am not sure if this is what you were asking, but the British Horse Society offers several levels of certification for instructors and for horsepeople in general:

Horse Owners Certificate
Stage 1
Stage 2
PTT
BHSPTC
Stage 3
BHSAI
Stage 4
ITT
Stable Managers
Senior Equitation & Coaching
BHSII
BHSI
FBHS

The most well known are the BHSAI Assistant Instructor's, and the BHSI, the Instructor's. You can find out more about them at www.bhs.org.uk
     
    07-25-2011, 07:28 AM
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Foal
Maura, thanks that's what I was looking for. Because in france there are 9 levels : galop 1, galop 2, .... and so I was wondering the equivalent in england. Thanks for your arnser
     

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