Riding and Road Safety Exam
It’s not too late to book your place for training and exam
Monday 1st September 5.30 – 7.30pm Theory
Monday 8th September 5.30 – 7.30pm Theory & Practical
Monday 15th September 5.30 – 7.30pm Theory & Practical
Call The BHS to book your exam and Quob Reception to book your training
Congratulations to Hannah Marsh
For completing her marathon Sponsored 24 hour Ride here at Quob Stables and raising £2000 in aid of the
BHS Equine Welfare Charity
Thank you to everyone who supported Hannah either through sponsorship or by attending the Open Evening here on 6th August.
Assistant Yard Manager Required
Quob Stables a Hampshire- based; busy, professional, competition, training and exam centre currently has a vacancy for an assistant yard manager/pony club coordinator.
We are looking for an experienced, reliable, Full Time person to join our friendly team with a minimum of BHSAI.
The successful candidate will be able to teach all ages and abilities have proven industry experience, great interpersonal skills and good sense of humor. They will also be strongly self motivated and have an encouraging, engaging attitude towards children of all ages and abilities as the centre runs a very well attended Pony Club. The ability to effectively run a small team of staff is a must.
High standard of stable management required including plaiting, clipping and turnout.
All normal yard duties and opportunity to compete/gain further training towards stage 4, IT, II or I for right candidate. Own horse may be possible. Regrettably no dogs.
Work days to include weekend and evening work. Basic accommodation available if required. DBS check will be required for the successful candidate.
Position starts on or before 10th September 2014.
To apply for this vacancy, please send your CV and covering letter (stating salary) to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Quob Stables, Durley Brook Road , Durley, Southampton, SO32 2AR. Telephone 02380 694657
EXCITING VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES
Join other amazing young volunteers leading the way in equestrian sports.
The Young Equestrian Leaders Award is designed to recognise the achievements of young volunteers aged 13-25 and provide the skills to create equestrian leaders of the future.
For more information, contact reception or visit www.yela.org.uk
Click here to see and hear Daniel Baker of BBC Radio Solent experience the mechanical dressage horse riding simulator