Andrew Hamiton British Showjumping accredited coach & Scottish Equestrian Association accredited Coach and Tutor.
Andrew teaches all levels of showjumping to individuals, groups and clubs, as well as BSJA organised training. Andrew is a firm believer in building good foundations for jumping, by establishing good flatwork for maximum balance, straightness, control and obedience. Lessons often combine flatwork and pole work with jumping in order to ensure that the basics are reinforced before tackling new challenges.
Andrew's friendly, enthusiastic and confidence giving manner coupled with his attention to detail and genuine desire to help his pupils makes him popular with adults and children, showjumpers, event riders, amateurs and professionals alike.
Andrew holds regular PDRC monthly show jumping training clinics on a Wednesday afternoon/evening at Hyndshawlands, Elsrickle. Please see Events page for details of Andrew's next clinic.
Elizabeth Love BHSII, ISM reg'd, Ukcc level 2 enjoys coaching riders of all ages and abilities to help them to improve and enjoy their riding whether that be the beginners, novice riders or those wishing to improve their performance at competitions in all disciplines or achieve BHS stages and PC tests. Liz is also a List 5 dressage judge and BYRDS trainer. She herself has competed at BE novice and adv med dressage.
Liz holds PDRC clinics for dressage test training, flatwork or jumping or a mixture of both at Whitfield Farm Livery. Please see the events page for details of her next clinics.
David Gatherer is an enthusiastic and popular British Eventing accredited trainer and is also a BE under 18 coach for the Scottish region. David coaches all levels of rider from riding club level up to eventers competing at four star. He is great for building horse and rider confidence jumping.
Details of David's event training clinics are found on the events page. These are usually two to four times a year, usually outwith the main eventing season and held at Whitfield Livery Yard, West Linton.
David Harland is a highly respected UKCC Level 3 coach and successful show jumper in his own right. He teaches all ages and abilities and was Horsescotland's Coach of the Year in 2013. David hosts clinics across Scotland and PDRC hope that he will have regular clinics with us as his schedule allows.
Val Main is a freelance instructor who specialises in Classical Riding and Instruction. Val was very lucky to have been in the right time at the right place when she learnt to ride at the Fulmer School of Equitation in Edinburgh when owned by Robert Hall who in turn trained at the famous Spanish Riding School in Vienna when its director was the legendary Colonel Alois Podhajsky.
Membership is synchronised to the calendar year, 1st January to 31st December.
2018 Non-riding Membership
If you do not wish to participate in Club activities with a horse but do wish to support the club, please join as a non-riding member. This will ensure you are covered by BRC insurance at any PDRC events.