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Stephen Hadley & Richard Waygood Hold Equestrian Clinics at Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa
Lucknam Park, a luxury country house hotel & spa in the English countryside, are offering riders and equestrian enthusiasts the chance to take part in a Stephen Hadley or Richard Waygood clinic at their Equestrian Centre throughout 2010
By: Lucknam Park
Richard Waygood needs no introduction for his equestrian prowess. With numerous accolades such as Riding Master of the Household Cavalry, the first serving officer in the British Army to compete at Badminton for 23 years, a top Event Rider and now trains to international level as well as managing and training a British Team, his instruction in dressage, showjumping and cross country is invaluable to any aspiring eventer. Richard will be at Lucknam Park for the Eventing Clinic on 14 – 15 April 2010. The cost of this magical day ranges upwards from £605 per person and includes three training sessions over the two days: riding a dressage test, show jumping, cross country training focusing on rhythm and accuracy. The package also has one nights’ accommodation at Lucknam Park’s luxury hotel in Wiltshire on a full board basis and hire of a school horse.
Richard Waygood will be back on the 30th of April 2010, to hold the Badminton Course Walk. The group will meet Richard Waygood at fence 1, walk the course and discuss eventing, Badminton, and the results. This will cost £475 per room and includes one nights’ accommodation on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, based on 2 sharing but excludes entrance tickets to Badminton.
Stephen Hadley a commentator at the BBC for 28 years as a show jumping analyst will be holding a Residential show jumping clinic on the 28th and the 29th of July 2010. Stephen Hadley now combines show jumping training with commentating and breeding National Hunt racehorses. His vast competition and training experience, including show jumping trainer of the British Three Day Event Team, will be a fantastic addition to the expertise at the Lucknam Park equestrian centre. The clinic includes focus on striding, related distances and jumping a course. Paying anywhere upwards from £429 per person can make sure you don’t miss this wonderful experience from a show jumping legend at this luxury equestrian centre in England. The price includes one nights’ accommodation on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis and hire of school horse.
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Six miles from Bath, Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa is one of the UK’s leading country house hotels and a member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux. Five hundred acres of gardens and parkland in the heart of the countryside ensure a relaxing retreat. Many awards testify to its excellence – Michelin Star, AA 5 Red Stars and the Visit Britain Gold Award. The perfect place to enjoy horse riding lessons in Wiltshire. Lucknam Park also offers many equestrian services including livery, riding lessons and membership to their equestrian centre near Bath.