SWDRC organise Clinics throughout the year. Prices vary depending on the trainer, type of instruction, venue, etc, so for costs and up-to-date information including booking forms please see the EVENTS & RESULTS page.

SWDRC Clinic Cancellation/Withdrawal Policy
Any participant cancelling/withdrawing before the closing date of entries will be entitled to a full refund of any fees paid. Unfortunately we are unable to refund any fees paid for cancellations/withdrawals after close of entries under any circumstances, other than a replacement being found, and any unpaid fees must still be paid. SWDRC reserve the right to prohibit anyone with any outstanding fees owed to the club from attending any further Clinics or participating in Team events. For further information please click: Cancellation policies


Lisa Spence
Lisa is a qualified BHS II  instructor who trains and competes regularly within all disciplines to a high level. She is an excellent, clear speaking trainer, full of positivity and enthusiasm. She will help you!!

Kate Rowland
Kate had a formal start in show jumping which developed into her love for dressage. Key successes are: Pet Plan Novice Open Winner with 76%. 2014 Reserve National 5 yr old Champion at Hickstead.  2015 Reserve National 6yr old Champion and FEI international 6yr Champion. Kate says; “I enjoy teaching and enjoy helping nervous riders and horses. I get a lot of enjoyment watching my clients do well at shows to and help them achieve their goals.” Kate will be instructing show jumping/poles/grids and dressage.

Barry Dove
Barry is an Essex based showjumper. He is internationally known for producing young horses to the highest level. He worked alongside Ben Maher during 2013/14 being the in house trainer to his clients. Barry was based in New York during 2015 training riders of all levels and competing up to 1.40m.

Michael Paveley
Considers coaching to be using his knowledge, experience and observations to help participants to progressively improve their performance and achieve their goals, he is a coach because he enjoys using his knowledge & experiences in this way. He has been fortunate to receive training from many experienced and talented coaches, in particular, the international dressage judge and trainer Pat Manning FBHS who had a major influence on him, she had a great depth of knowledge and patience and was as enthusiastic coaching simple skills as she was the more advanced ones. He would always hope the participants he coaches enjoy their sport and gain confidence and improve their skill level through that enjoyment. The participants he coaches hold the power as only their achievements and enjoyment can measure my success as a coach. He uses patience together with knowledge and acquired coaching methods to help participants understand the information and perform the skills required in order to help them achieve those goals.