Riding - Theory
The Riding Curriculum comes in two books:
- The Beginner's Guide to Horse Riding; and
- The Beginner's Manual to Horse Riding
These two books work hand-in-hand to educate the beginner rider in riding, as well as horse and stable management. We hope that with such a holistic education helps riders become more effective in the way they work with horses.
The Beginner's Guide to Horse Riding is written in four stages and allows riders to track their progress. The practical section of the guide is provided as a checklist that instructors can sign off on to indicate the rider's achievement of that aspect. The theory section of the guide is presented as open-ended questions that can be answered with the help of the Beginner's Manual to Horse Riding.
As a whole, this Riding Curriculum enables riders to become more independent in their equestrian education. Such a systematic and focused approach to horse riding will also allow riders to progress faster than before. Moreover, being able to see what challenges lie ahead in the stages beyond serves to motivate the rider to higher levels of achievement.
Furthermore, this curriculum can be kept with the rider such that a change of instructors will not result in the rider having to start from scratch. Rather, one look at the curriculum and how much the rider has learnt so far will enable the rider's new instructor to pick up where the rider last left off. In the same way, riders who are unable to commit to regular lessons will be able to pursue their equestrian education more seamlessly, saving both time and money.
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Riding - Practical
These are the riding establishments under the EFS:
|National Equestrian Centre|
|Established in early April 2011 by the Equestrian Federation of Singapore, the National Equestrian Centre (NEC) aims to promote and develop equestrian sport in Singapore. As the home-base for Singapore’s National Equestrian Team, the NEC is home to many high-performance horses as well as a dedicated and dynamic team of staff.|
|Singapore Polo Club|
|Founded in 1886, the main focus of the Club is of course polo and more generally, equestrian sports, but other sports activities and facilities are also well represented. Set in acres of lush, tropical grounds, the Singapore Polo Club is a world apart from Singapore's bustling pace yet located just minutes from the heart of the city's hectic business and commercial centre.|
|Bukit Timah Saddle Club|
|Bukit Timah Saddle Club (BTSC) is the largest equestrian centre in Singapore, proudly maintaining its primary focus on show jumping and dressage. The club appeals to children and adults alike, and has something to offer all riders, be they expert or just starting out on the experience of learning to ride horses and ponies.|
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