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Did anyone who did gcse know if you need your own horse to do it or could you use someone else's. Also what do u have to do for it or any information you think might be helpful.
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They do horse riding as a gcse? I’ve only just finished mine but how times move on😂 I’d expect them to allow to have someone else horse you can’t be spending thousands on a school subject but I’m not to sure it’s something you would probably be better contacting the school.
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They do horse riding as a gcse? I’ve only just finished mine but how times move on😂 I’d expect them to allow to have someone else horse you can’t be spending thousands on a school subject but I’m not to sure it’s something you would probably be better contacting the school.
No it's not a subject - they're asking about doing it as part of their GCSE PE
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I did not know horse riding had anything to do with gcse pe.
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This is a truly unusual question.

No, you do not need a horse for any GCSE.
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No need to have your own horse. Individual even only (i.e. no team option).
Can be assessed in show jumping, cross country or dressage
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I did not know horse riding had anything to do with gcse pe.
pretty sure you can choose to do it as one of your sports
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Did anyone who did gcse know if you need your own horse to do it or could you use someone else's. Also what do u have to do for it or any information you think might be helpful.
Thank you
No you don’t need your own, at my work we have plenty of regular riders who come and do their gcse video with us. I can’t speak on any other possible disciplines, but we generally do a stable management and dressage section, which has to be to quite specific standards and requirements. Good luck!
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