Anna Trinder
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BHSII (Reg'd)
BA Hons (Law)
BHS Young Instructor of the Year finalist 2009
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Area 11 Pony Club Training – How to teach XC riding with Eric Smiley FBHS

Venue: Brightling, Sussex

Monday 19th July 2010

Eric asked what we wanted to get out of the day, I volunteered ‘inspiration and energy’ which he thought was a tall order.…


Posted on July 21, 2010 at 5:30pm

Nick Turner FBHS - Indoor Eventing : BHS CPD day

‘Indoor eventing’ was the title of the ‘continuous professional development’ training day held on Monday 15th March 2010 at Hadlow College, nr Tonbridge in Kent. The coach for the day was Nick Turner FBHS.


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Posted on March 16, 2010 at 4:30pm

Lifelong learning

So I have been working twice as much at Hadlow College for the past few weeks, which has extended my repetoire to classroom teaching. Holding the attention of 10-15 young minds is a challenge so much preparation has been needed on my part, to grasp fully the subjects for teaching and also to plan the session so that it is interactive, interesting and importantly full of learning hooks. Fortunately the way I have been trained to teach so far has been following the lines of the UKCC…


Posted on February 14, 2010 at 3:00pm

Regroup, recover and replan...

My recent attempt at BHS SM exam was not successful. I spotted the postman and as soon as I felt the envelope in my hand I knew. It was not heavy enough to be carrying a certificate. I thought the exam had gone well and felt confident. I knew I had made some mistakes and unfortunately they were enough. I have been rationalising with my disappointed self this week:

I started working full time with horses in October 2007 – 2 years ago which is not really that much time to get the… Continue

Posted on November 7, 2009 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

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At 3:55pm on February 14, 2010, William Micklem said…
Hi Anna...
- Have a look at all equestrian sports and the jobs in them with an open mind and decide what 10 areas/jobs are most suited/desirable to you....then take it down to 5.
- Study these 5 areas on the web and by talking to people who are successful and revise your top 5 if necessary...find out what qualifications are needed if any.
- Go and get work experience in these areas or related to these areas for at least a week in each one
- Decide on your top 2 and see if there is any common ground.
- Work backwards from these aims to goals and action steps.
- Get started with enthusiasm, energy and desire and use all the contacts and help you can muster.
- GENERALLY - Get wide experience, build wide contacts, love it or leave it and keep focussed on your aim.
At 4:45pm on November 7, 2009, William Micklem said…
Keep going..with your good attitude and a little more experience you will pass this you will find many more important things to make a successful life. William
At 3:06am on October 23, 2009, Maria C said…
Glad the exam went well - fingers and toes crossed. You don't have to be perfect at everything to succeed.

Well - a mini-herd of two. Being my equine soul mate I will do my best to ensure Carrie has a home for life. Horse Number 2 is the dark bay mare on my photos (being ridden by a local instructor/trainer earlier this year). Head and heart have been in a costly dispute for some time over whether the two of us have a potential partnership.
At 2:58am on October 22, 2009, Maria C said…
Yes - the lovely Carrie, who is still part of my herd. That's a very unflattering picture of her in my profile - taken in February when it was wet and cold and with a scared look on her face because of the flash gun going off.

Hope you managed to get a decent night's sleep. I'll be thinking of you and sending you good vibes today.
At 3:58am on October 21, 2009, Maria C said…
Hi Anna, Good luck with your Stable Managers exam tomorrow! Best wishes for a successful outcome. Good vibes winging their way north. Maria
At 9:35am on October 16, 2009, Maria C said…
Hi Anna, Yes - rather a long time ago. Started off on a regular Saturday afternoon lesson with the lovely Tim B. Then had one of Jillie's school horse on part-lease over the winter and finally wore down (sorry persuaded) him indoors so he agreed we could 'buy' the mare. Kept her at RSF for another year and then moved her to a yard closer to home.
At 8:52am on September 11, 2009, William Micklem said…
yes of course...give me the time span
At 2:45am on September 10, 2009, William Micklem said…
Hi Anna...make sure my work is attributed...looking forward to meeting you one day...let me know how you get on in the coaching competition...W
At 10:11am on September 9, 2009, Sarah at said…
Thanks for adding me as a friend Anna! And Congratulations on your wonderful acheivements (P.S. Agree with Sir William of Micklem re: the Coach moniker!! :) Great Job)
At 9:43am on September 9, 2009, William Micklem said…
Hi young Coach of the Year Finalist...quite an achievement...well should be coach not instructor so my wording is deliberate...what attracted your attention re myself? William

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