Our Saturday club is aimed at younger riders who range from 5 years upwards
It runs from 10.00am to 2:00pm and riders get the chance to have a lesson, learn new stable management skills and just enjoy being around the ponies in the fresh air!
Check out the pictures from our Pony Club Camp
Barguse is thrilled to learn that we have been awarded Clubmark status.
We are not only the first riding school in Cornwall to have achieved this accreditation but also currently one of only 24 establishments in the whole of the UK to have received Clubmark approval.
We are pleased to be able to offer regular feldenkrais sessions at Barguse, Feldenkrais offers a unique and practical way to realise our potential more fully.
It is an educational method focusing on learning and movement, which can bring about improved movement and enhanced functioning.
Current championship standings for our summer competition series.
Congratulations to the following riders who all passed the following tests and achievement badges!
Barguse is thrilled to host jumping clinics with Richard Waygood MBE. Richard will be holding regular jumping clinics at Barguse starting on Sun 10th October 2010
Our winter dressage series begins again, see events calendar page for dates.
Barguse competition results for 2010 these are the results.
Clubmark accreditation & what it means for you as a parent or participant.
Clubmark, introduced in 2002, is the Sport England mark of high quality clubs, reassuring both parents and participants that the club is a high quality, welcoming environment for young people. The mark is awarded to clubs that can satisfy minimum operating requirements in the four areas of
The mark is an accreditation scheme covering a variety of different sports and is specifically designed for clubs with junior sections. The scheme is designed to ensure the wellbeing of young people whilst participating in sport, enable them to use their leisure time creatively and optimise their talents and personal ability.
Barguse is the first riding school in Cornwall to be awarded this status and currently, only one of 24 establishments in the whole of the UK to have achieved this award. This accreditation means parents can feel confident that their children are safe, secure and well cared for at Barguse. It demonstrates that the centre is committed to maintaining the highest standards set by our national governing bodies. Our aim is to be able to offer quality tuition to all ages and abilities and to give young riders the opportunity to access training from top class trainers whilst maintaining a policy of fair play. Thus, when you first book your child in at Barguse for a riding lesson, you will be presented with a joining pack. In the pack, you will receive various forms and codes of conduct (some of which are listed below). These are to help your child feel more comfortable in a new environment and give them some understanding of the general rules of sportsmanship. We do ask that you take some time to go through the pack with your child.
Finally, we ask parents that if they have any concerns that they speak to our welfare and liaison officer, Lisa Todd.
Some of the info you can find in your joining packs:
Codes of conduct for junior members
Codes of conduct for parents/carers