2017 Principles of Judging Seminar announced
last updated on April 21, 2017 16:56
Spencer Wilton, Jo Graham, Andrew Gardner, Sandy Phillips and Jane Peberdy will be joining forces for this year’s Principles of Judging Seminar, which will be held at Moulton College in Northamptonshire (14 – 15 October 2017). With such a star-studded line-up, it’s set to be an essential day for judges of every level, trainers, or those simply wishing to gain an invaluable insight into judging from the best in the business.
A jam-packed timetable offers attendees a variety of main arena demonstrations with our hosts and exciting combinations and comprehensive classroom sessions targeted at each list of judge. Delegates can choose which classroom sessions they attend with a multitude of topics on offer, from judging Team Quest and freestyles, to the scale of marks, lateral work and pirouettes to name a few. Full details of the weekend’s timetable can be found here.
Each day will give a great opportunity to listen, discuss and debate with five of Britain's top international judges and riders including Olympic silver-medallist Spencer Wilton. Tickets are now available to buy for either day or for the whole weekend, book before 1 June and take advantage of our early bird offer prices, starting from just £30.
Why not make an evening of your visit and stay for the informative evening demo from 18:30 – 21:00 on Saturday 14 October with Becky Moody. The international rider and trainer from South Yorkshire, who was recently crowned Blue Chip Novice Gold champion with Heavenly Kiss at the NAF Five Star Winter Championships and has been enjoying success with her top horse Carinsio at Grand Prix. Becky will be providing an insight into her methods for training and competing for long term development, including exciting content on her revered music freestyle floorplans.
If you’re attending the Principles of Judging seminar, there’s a special discounted price of just £10, however the demo is also open to all with tickets for BD members priced at £20, and non-members £25.