|Co-ordinator||Dr Carol A Green|
|Pre-Requisite||BHS Stage III Riding or agreed equivalent competitive work experience ascertained by a test ride.|
Choose a horse for a particular aspect of work e.g dressage, show jumping.
a. The relevant aspects of conformation are related to performance capability.
b. The breed and type of the horse are considered with relation to work.
c. The age, sex, size, and temperament are considered.
Skeletal conformation, muscle development, lameness assessments, paces.
Cross breeds, pure breds.
Young, old horses, mares, gelding, stallions.
Demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of one aspect of the horse''''s training.
a. Initial backing of a horse if required.
b. Initial basic schooling is demonstrated.
c. Lateral work is explained.
d. Pole and grid work is explained and demonstrated.
e. Knowledge of competition requirements.
Lungeing, long-reining, back introduction, backing, riding away.
Transitions, use of neck straps, long and low work, introducing roads.
Leg yielding, turn on the forehand, pirouettes, shoulder-in, half-pass.
Distances, gymnastic jumping, course building.
Demonstrate a knowledge of how the rider can be improved by appropriate teaching and guidance.
a. The rider''''s position is explained and demonstrated - jumping and flat.
b. Lungeing the rider is explained.
The classic position, jump position, posture problems.
Control of the horse, safety, excercises, lungeing, knowledge of aids.
Managing tasks and solving problems
12. Use information sources
13. Deal with a combination of routine and non-routine tasks
14. Identify and solve routine and non-routine problems
Applying design and creativity
18. Use a range of thought processes.
This module is at CQFW Level 5