Scotland

Margaret Hinselwood

Ms Margaret Hinselwood

Dragheada
Romanno Bridge
Peeblesshire
EH46 7BY
Scotland

Mobile No: 07801 917443
Home Tel: 01968 661130
Email: Mhinselwood@aol.com

Years Experience Teaching: 1995

Years Experience Riding: 40

Qualifications: No formal qualifications

Current Teaching Level: Novice Level

Involved in Classical Equitation and training since: 1994

Taught by: Sheila Lee, Sylvia Loch, Georges Malleroni

Influenced by: Sheila Lee, Sylvia Loch and the written works of the Masters

Familiar with the teachings of the following: 

  • Podhajsky
  • Decarpentry
  • Wynmalen
  • Seunig
  • Oliveira

Other Authorities:

Schoolmasters: None

Base and Facilities: No

Indoor or Outdoor Arena: No

Willing to Freelance: Yes

Willing to Travel Abroad: Yes

Insurance: Freelance cover currently being sought

Complaints:: None

Interpretation of "Classical": "'Classical' means applying the laws and principles of Nature to the task of enabling the horse to work with the same balance and expression as when unencumbered by humans."

Agreed to the CRC Charter: Yes

Liz Holmes

Mrs Liz Holmes

Cradalie
South Drum Farm
Bonnybridge
Stirlingshire

FK4 2EU

Mobile No: 07900 428996
Home Tel: 01324 812277
Email: realdressage@yahoo.co.uk

Years Experience Teaching: From 1972

Years Experience Riding: From 1964

Qualifications: No formal qualifications

Current Teaching Level: Beginner - advanced

Involved in Classical Equitation and training since: 1977

Taught by: Donald and Thea Macfarlane

Influenced by: Col Podhajsky, Sylvia Loch, Nuno Oliveira

Familiar with the teachings of the following:

  • Podhajsky
  • Decarpentry
  • Wynmalen
  • Seunig
  • Oliveira

Other Authorities: De la Gueriniere, William Cavendish

Schoolmasters: None

Base and Facilities: No

Indoor or Outdoor Arena: No

Willing to Freelance: Yes

Willing to Travel Abroad: Yes

Insurance: Shearwater Insurance public liability

Complaints: None

Interpretation of "Classical": In relation to horsemanship and horse welfare, classical means following the centuries old principles for systematic training of horse and rider, which have stood the test of time and are well documented by past masters. Through working with nature, the aim is to create harmony between the two beings, while preserving the uniqueness of their individual spirit.

Agreed to the CRC Charter: Yes

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