Hunting Clinics

With The Taylor Family
NEW DATES:  Sunday 3rd January and Friday 8th January

Washbrook Farm, Welsh Road, Aston le Walls, NN11 6RT

A chance to brush up on your hunting skills. Helping you get back in the saddle and revise the cross country riding skills you need to be safe and have fun this season. Be taught by international event riders Neil and Grace Taylor, both have experience with hunting, teaching and even more experience at going cross country on horseback safely. Like their father, they have competed at the top level for many years and keen to pass on their wealth of experience.

This hunting clinic is great for everyone; new combinations, experienced riders and horses, and first-time hunters.


Format of the Day:

Meet at Washbrook Farm, parking will be clearly signposted.  To be mounted ready to ride for 10.30am kick off.  Starting in the all-weather arena, helping get your eye back into take offs and landings.



A break for horse and rider.  Please bring lunch with you and water/hay for your horse.



Back on board.  Practice on grass over hunting fences and getting used to riding as part of a field


2.30pm Finish and home

Please bring plenty of provisions for you and the horse.

Courses are kept strictly in line with Covid rules with a maximum of 5 people in each group.  We have space for 10 people per day in 2 groups.


Entry Information

Cap: £60 for one day or £100 each if more than one course is booked per person. Includes; tuition and course hire.

Entries secretary: Sarah Barlow, The Old Farmhouse, Manor Road, Sulgrave OX17 2RY. Cheques payable to ‘BHWC Events’ or BACS Transfer: 

Sort Code:  20-06-75

Account Number:  83370585 

Reference:  Clinic Your Surname e.g. ClinicBarlow 

Please email me at with booking info.

Entries close three days before each clinic date.

Places are very limited so please book early, if you would specifically like to book this clinic for a set of friends please contact Sarah direct on 07860 394284.

By attending hunt events, the attendees acknowledge and agree that although the Bicester Hunt with Whaddon Chase has taken every precaution and follows Government Guidance, it is impossible to eliminate all risk and there remains the potential for unintended transmission of COVID-19.   All those attending must play their part in minimising the risk to themselves and others by complying with the Government Guidelines as well as any on site instructions and signage.   The Bicester Hunt with Whaddon Chase have the right to refuse entry or request departure from the premises should there be any breach of the Covid-19 protocols put in place.