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CNCS Equestrian Academy - Upcoming Training Sessions

Our Equestrian Academy have some upcoming training sessions for riders, at Lancing College.

  • Saturday 21st October - CNCS only Training at Lancing first group from 10am

  • Tuesday 24th October 10am-1pm - Riding Out Safely Preparation of pony and rider for riding outside of the arena - learn the skills to keep you safe when hacking out - includes a ride session on the tracks

  • Tuesday 24th October - 1pm-5pm Show Afternoon - Prep for a Show, ride in the classes such as course jumping / gymkhana. Rosettes for all

  • Thursday 26th October - Various times Jump Lessons From starter lessons through to gridwork

  • Thursday 26th October -10am-3pm Stable Day including Activity Ride. (Morning Jump Lessons may be booked in addition).

To register and book please click the following link;

Benefits of Horse Riding:

1. Physical Fitness: Horse riding is an excellent form of exercise that engages core muscles, improves balance, and enhances overall strength and flexibility.

2. Stress Reduction: Spending time with horses and the peaceful environment of the equestrian centre can reduce stress and promote relaxation.

3. Mental Focus: Riding requires concentration and focus, which can improve cognitive skills and mental agility.

4. Confidence Boost: As your child progresses in their riding skills, they'll gain confidence and a sense of achievement.

5. Social Interaction: The Equestrian Academy provides an opportunity for students to connect with peers who share their interests, fostering friendships and a sense of belonging.

6. Goal Setting: Through regular check-ins and goal-setting with our experienced team captains, students learn the importance of setting and working towards objectives.

7. Competition: Your child will have the chance to compete in our summer inter-school competition, encouraging healthy competition and sportsmanship.

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