Jo Winfield FBHS Lessons & Exam Training

Don’t Miss!!!!


with Jo Winfield FBHS

at Laurel View Equestrian Centre,





Dates: 2 & 3 November 2012; 30 November & 1 December 2012


Jo teaches classical correct riding techniques, she focuses on rider conformation and helps to set well defined, realistic goals and training programmes.


Jo is always available to give guidance and training towards the BHS Stages Exams and the UKCC Portfolio.


Jo will be available for both BHS examination training and general lessons.


Lessons are available in ones (£80 each), groups of two (£40 each), groups of three (£30 each) or groups of four (£20 each).


If you would like to book a lesson or organise training for BHS stages exams please contact Susan Irwin with your requirements. A booking form is available on


Pre-booking is essential

For more information contact:

Susan Irwin

British Horse Society Development Officer for Ireland,

60 Windmill Road, Hillsborough, Co Down, BT26 6LX. 

Telephone: 0044(0)2892 683801 or 0044(0)7808141079 or



Brief CV for Jo Winfield

Jo gained her Fellowship of the British Horse Society in 2007.  She is a General Fellow and has skills, qualifications and experience across all disciplines.  She also specialises in helping riders and horses at all levels to perform to their full potential.

Jo is a British Eventing Accredited Coach and a British Dressage Accredited Trainer and Judge.  She is currently coaching a Grade II Para dressage rider who competed in the 2008 Olympics and a National UK Para rider at Grade IV.  Jo also is an Examiner for the British Horse Society.  She regularly teaches in England, Jersey, Scotland, Ireland and Hong Kong for BHS training, Pony Club or individual improvement as a competitive rider.

Jo is the author of the book “Eventing”

The Fellowship is the final step on the equestrian qualification ladder in the UK and is the highest teaching qualification within the BHS System. There are only 64 Fellows throughout the world.


Successful Fellows are qualified to teach riders at the highest level within their chosen discipline and to whom riders and students can turn for advice on the equine industry