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Coaching

Horse Sport Ireland Coaching Programme

The Horse Sport Ireland (HSI) Coaching Programme is designed to provide candidates with a pathway to a career as a successful competition coach. HSI Coaching courses are delivered by professional equestrian tutors and use modern techniques to improve both horses’ and riders’ performance.

Coaching courses are currently delivered across four levels and are accredited by Coaching Ireland, the Irish governing body for coaching in all sports.

18 Novemeber 2015; XXX. Horse Sport Ireland Level 3 Coach course, Cavan Equestrian Centre, Latt, Co. Cavan. Picture credit: Sam Barnes / SPORTSFILE *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***

Horse Sport Ireland Coaching course at Cavan Equestrian Centre.                     Picture credit: Sam Barnes/Sportsfile

List of Accredited Coaches

Are you interested in coming to Ireland and training with one of Horse Sport Ireland’s accredited coaches throughout Ireland? Click here to view the list of coaches and their locations.

29 October 2014; Attendants at the Horse Sport Ireland National Coaching Conference 2014, Cavan Equestrian Centre. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE ***

Attendants at the Horse Sport Ireland National Coaching Conference 2014, Cavan Equestrian Centre. Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

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